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BIM Group develops water park on Phu Quoc
The Saigon Times Daily
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BIM Group develops water park on Phu Quoc

The Saigon Times Daily

BIM Group and Samsung C&T representatives sign a technical service agreement to develop Phu Quoc Marina Water Park on August 12 - PHOTO: BIM GROUP

HCMC - Vietnamese property developer BIM Group on August 12 signed a technical service agreement with Samsung C&T to develop Phu Quoc Marina Water Park, the first and only international standard water park on Phu Quoc, Vietnam’s largest island.

Phu Quoc Island is becoming one of the hottest holiday spots in Vietnam over recent years as authorities have pressed ahead ambitious plans to develop it into an international hub for eco-tourism, resort tourism and amusement.

BIM Group and Samsung C&T Resort will develop the water park in phases over a site of approximately 13 hectares.

This promises visitors a completely unique paradise where they can experience a host of dining and entertainment options, plus dynamic, fun rides for the whole family.

Being an essential part of BIM Group’s Phu Quoc Marina - a 155-hectare hospitality and entertainment complex, the water park is surrounded by a series of luxury hotels such as the Intercontinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort, Regent Phu Quoc, vacation residential and a waterfront retail precinct.

“We are thrilled to be working alongside Samsung team on this exciting project which is scheduled to open by the third quarter of 2021. Phu Quoc Marina Water Park emphasizes on integration, immersion and landscape in order to create a family-oriented and holistic theme park that will be able to accommodate more than 450,000 guests per year,” said Doan Quoc Huy, vice chairman of BIM Group.

Byungsuk Jeong, executive vice president of Samsung C&T, said: “It is such an honor to offer our services and share operational expertise with BIM's Phu Quoc Marina Water Park. It is our new venture in Vietnamese market. We believe Phu Quoc has great potential to lead Vietnamese tourism and we are glad to be part of its growth.”

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