Vietnamese Media Applauds Rapid Progress Of Crystal Lagoons Project In Hanoi27 May, 2019 / News
Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi, known for its history, gastronomy and soon too for its first monumental crystalline lagoon powered by Crystal Lagoons® technology. A first project of its kind for Vietnam, the development, known as VinHomes Ocean Park, has caught the attention of the local media sparking much interest because of its immense dimensions, but also because of the speed at which the development is advancing.
Developed by Crystal Lagoons together with Vingroup, the condo complex which will include a 15-acre crystalline, turquoise water lagoon, which will be powered by state of the art technology provided by the multinational water innovation company. It is also billed to become the first development in country to include amenities often limited to luxury resorts.
The real-estate development will be located South East of the city, and will be connected to the city-center, close to one of the main national highways and urban train lines, thus ensuring future residents will be able to enjoy living in a clean and pacific environment, without being disconnected from the city. The lagoon area will also be surrounded by white sand beaches and hundreds of coconut trees, flowers and trees have already planted.
Several other media outlets have also highlighted Crystal Lagoons know-how and technology that makes it the only company capable of creating man-made, pure turquoise lagoons of unlimited size that use 100 times less chemicals as well as being eco-friendly.
VinHomes Ocean Park is the first project based around a crystalline lagoon in the South-East Asian country, which will allow residents to practice watersports and recreational activities. Once completed, the development will include picnic areas, sports fields y play parks for children.
Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size clear water lagoons at very low costs.