Vietnam’s best view: new villas at ha lengthy bay

Brazilian architecture studio MK27 has completed the style of Caye Sereno, a unique residential community in Vietnam’s scenic Ha Lengthy Bay. Created by Marcio Kogan and Maria Cristina Motta, the project’s 18 luxury villas offer unobstructed views from the bay scattered with small limestone islands.

In South america, Kogan is renowned for his mid-century-inspired villas that seamlessly blend indoor and outside living. Here, his style is customized for beach front living, with expansive indoor and outside living areas and cantilevered volumes that protrude within the infinity pools. The villas feature streamlined concrete slabs interspersed with gemstone masonry and movable glass walls that expand and contract to match the occasion.

Villas feature cantilevered volumes and flexible living spaces

Villas feature cantilevered volumes and versatile areas

“It is really a dear project to the office due to the chance to operate within the most fantastic places in the world: Ha Lengthy Bay,” Kogan states, though he admits he was intimidated initially to become employed in the stunning UNESCO heritage site.

Kogan’s team labored on carefully preserving the views from the villas, which range in dimensions from 7,082 square ft to 11,786 square ft and also have several outside lounging areas, a complete-sized infinity pool, and accessibility waterfront beyond. Top of the levels contain spacious master suites that disregard the bay.

Marcio Kogan carefully preserved the villa views

Marcio Kogan carefully preserved the rental property views

Because the mid-1980s, comprehensive economic and political reforms have transformed Vietnam from among the world’s poorest countries into exactly what the World Bank hails like a development success story. And also the country’s property marketplace is poised to prosper. “Improving economic conditions have brought to a boost in the fortunes of Vietnam’s property market, with urbanization, tourism and retail development at the forefront,Inches states Neil MacGregor, md of Savills Vietnam.

Caye Sereno follows within the actions of other luxury resorts for example Six Senses Residences Disadvantage Dao and also the Nam Hai Hoi An which have recently put Vietnam into the spotlight for well-heeled travelers and investors. As developers focus more about design, landscape, facilities, and management services, therefore brings more confidence to buyers, MacGregor states.

Legal reforms will also be drawing more worldwide investors to Vietnam. The Amended Housing Law, which required effect in This summer 2015, effectively gives people from other countries exactly the same legal rights as Vietnamese to sub lease, mortgage, trade, and inherit property. Also it helps make the property market more competitive inside the region. Investors are drawn to Vietnam’s natural splendor and cultural choices, but additionally by prices below individuals of other regional locations.

“While other nations for example Indonesia and also the Philippines are towards the top of the marketplace cycle, Vietnam is just around 12 several weeks in to the market recovery phase,” states MacGregor. “Foreign developers and investors are showing greater curiosity about the Vietnam housing market so we check this out trend ongoing.”

The villas at Caye Sereno start at $3.5 million and can include use of a fitness center and yoga studio, tennis court, and water activities center. Developers Jen Tuan Chau Co Limited will also be creating a 27-hole course.

The website, that is found at the southern fringe of Tuan Chau Island, is utilized through Hanoi with flight connections offered by Singapore, Hong Kong, and Guangzhou. But remoteness belongs to the project’s appeal. “Caye Sereno is really a unique proposition for Vietnamese and worldwide luxury real estate investors,Inches states Matthew Powell, director of Savills Hanoi. “There are lots of beach villas in the area however this location and also the views distinctively stick out. The villas themselves happen to be designed and built to showcase natural atmosphere.”


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Alexandra Betts: I need to go here!! I’ve always wanted to see these limestone “islands”. So beautiful!! You got some great footage. Loved the cave too! Great vlog 🙂

Alexander Travelbum: Yeah you have to make it out here! There are similar limestone islets in El Nido, Philippines. But the water is a really vivid amazing turquoise

Alexandra Betts: Sounds amazing!! Great job 🙂

Matt Silvestre: I find it too overrated, the water is not that amazing, but still I would love to see it whenever I get the chance to visit hanoi.

Alexander Travelbum: That’s the thing. The landscape is very similar to say, El Nido Palawan in The Philippines. The water is much better, an amazing color in El Nido…But, in Ha Long Bay, the limestone islands go on forever. Thousands of them and they never seem to stop. So, hard to choose which is better. Different reasons

Piotr Jakubowski: Nice one. Ha Long Bay is pretty awesome I gotta say 🙂

Alexander Travelbum: Thanks, it’s an amazing lookin place

Al Tanaka: This was dope! Defiantly gotta do this! Even tho some will say I did it for likes LMFAO!

Denelle Sala: this video is my favorite so far!!! great job

Denelle Sala: this video is my favorite so far!!! great job