Vietnam’s real estate developer Sun Group has temporarily closed some of its amusement parks and entertainment facilities in the country, choosing to use the lull period to ready new products and services that will be rolled out when the pandemic is over.
Meanwhile, all hotels operating under Sun Hospitality Group system (under Sun Group) and each of the Sun World complexes have partnered Vietnam Airlines to create a host of competitively-priced packages aimed for post-Covid-19 promotion.
Sun Group will also launch a number of tourism projects and products from now until end-2020. Specifically, phase one of the luxurious Yoko Onsen, a hot spring resort in Quang Hanh, Cam Pha, Quang Ninh, will officially come into operation.
Before the end of the year, Premier Village Halong Bay Resort, located right at the heart of Ha Long city, will officially open after a soft launch.
Over in Hai Phong, a three-wire cable car route on Cat Hai Island is slated for operations in the second quarter.
Meanwhile, in Danang, Sun World Danang Wonders is being transformed into a nightlife destination, while Sun World Ba Na Hills will see the opening of a new cable car route, alongside the Ravenstone Castle, where ancient European fairs and festivals will be recreated.
It is expected that in July and August this year, Sun World Fansipan Legend in Sapa will bring the show Dancing on the Clouds back due to popular demand.
Sun Group chairman Dang Minh Truong said: “With all of the aforementioned plans in the pipeline for our enterprise, and together with the timely and practical support policies of the Vietnamese government and ministries, we believe that Sun Group will soon overcome this difficult period and make a significant contribution to tourism in Vietnam and help our country revive and grow in the post-Covid-19 period.”