Vietnam golf courses approved in the south Vietnam
Vietnam golf courses, two foreign companies have got the green light to build golf courses in Ho Chi Minh City and the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong (Da lat golf).
The Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee has granted a licence to GS Engineering and Construction of the Republic of Korea to build a 36-hole golf course in Cu Chi district.
The 42.6 million project will cover 200 ha of land and have a duration of 50 years.
On April 2, the People's Committee of the Central Highland province of Lam Dong approved a project to build a golf course and luxury resort in Don Duong district only 7 km from Lien Khuong airport and 18 km from Da Lat resort city.
The Acteam International Cooperation of Macau, China, will invest $18 million in the first phase of the project.
Under the project, a 18-36-hole golf course, 250 luxury villas, a five-star hotel and an entertainment area will be built around Da Ron lake on an area of 574 ha.
The project is expected to be put into operation in late 2008.
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