Dubbed as the world-class commercial and tourism peninsula city, MerryLand Quy Nhon was launched on March 8 in Ho Chi Minh City and March 10 in Hanoi. With the total investment of around $2.49 billion, the tropical wonder of MerryLand Quy Nhon will be a new destination, contributing to elevating Quy Nhon's position on the Asian and global tourist map.
MerryLand Quy Nhon completely changes the tourist experience in Quy Nhon. It boasts Vietnam’s largest and longest water music square, the longest canal system, and a 5-star hotel and resort, as well as an 18-hole golf course and a marina with the two largest yachts in Southeast Asia.
|MerryLand Quy Nhon contributes to elevating Quy Nhon's position on the Asian and global tourist map |
One of the most bustling areas in MerryLand Quy Nhon is Canal District – the first subdivision launched in 2022. Canal District features 36 dynamic streets with 50 architectural styles drawing inspiration from the West and East. It will host vibrant international festivals day and night as well as water music performances.
Visitors can also enjoy unique shopping and entertainment activities at MerryLand Quy Nhon. Bizhouse is not only a design masterpiece but also a ground-breaking commercial solution with personalised shopping experiences. Bizhouse, the first of its kind in Vietnam, will help visitors immerse themselves in a smart shopping experience in a romantic and modern space with multiple-themed streets.
With an endless chain of world-class amenities, the sleepless peninsula city MerryLand Quy Nhon will light up Binh Dinh's night economy.
|Bizhouse – a design masterpiece and ground-breaking commercial solution in MerryLand Quy Nhon |
Besides creating unique experiences, MerryLand Quy Nhon attracts both domestic and foreign tourists with its architectural beauty and modern planning.
Covering an area of 695 hectares, MerryLand Quy Nhon comprises 15 subdivisions, including a 5-star luxury hotel along the coast, villas on the hill with lake landscape, the Happy Square, and much more.
Each subdivision satisfies seemingly opposing desires. It features both absolute privacy and an uplifting pace of life with endless experiences from the sea to the mountains. The project not only offers privileged services but also harmony.
To transform MerryLand Quy Nhon into a world-class destination for international tourists, Hung Thinh Group has cooperated with nearly 20 global brands in design, management, architecture, and operation. Famous names include Greg Norman, renowned architectural designer Steelman Partners, Laservision, as well as the world's leading hotel management group Marriott.
All together they will create MerryLand Quy Nhon – a new wonder created by humans.
Only 30 minutes from Phu Cat airport, Hai Giang – a natural peninsula with wonderful scenery – MerryLand Quy Nhon is surrounded by the blue sea all year round. Located in Nhon Hoi Economic Zone, Hai Giang boasts Vietnam’s leading deep-water seaports with proximity to logistics zones and high-tech industrial parks. Thus, the peninsula has the full potential to become a global destination with international connectivity.
MerryLand Quy Nhon is expected to help Hai Giang peninsula reach out into the global market as well as let Quy Nhon's tourism take off.
Once completed, MerryLand Quy Nhon will address the lack of luxury hotels and resorts in the locality while contributing to the development of Binh Dinh’s high-end and super-premium tourism segments, anticipating the increase of the superrich in Vietnam and the world.
|MerryLand Quy Nhon unlocks the potential of Quy Nhon’s tourism sector |
“The high-end properties and villas are located in the middle of majestic nature as well as prime commercial buildings at the focal points of each region. These will be assets of lasting value forever,” said Nguyen Dinh Trung, chairman of Hung Thinh Group.
Hung Thinh also formed strategic cooperation with BCG, Vietravel, Quy Nhon University, and Pegasus International School to provide human resources as well as promote Quy Nhon in international tourism markets like Europe, the United States, Australia, and Japan.