Cam Ranh Flowers Resort, Vietnam

Combine perfect weather, a lush tropical setting, and the gentle backdrop of ocean waves, and you have the perfect ingredients for a luxury hotel.

That is precisely what’s taking place in the picturesque Khanh Hoa Province in Vietnam.

The Cam Ranh Flowers and King Resorts are luxury five-star developments, located on the beautiful coast of Cam Ranh Bay; a part of the world often referred to as the jewel of Vietnam.

The two plots complex is spread over more than 15 ha (Flowers) and 150 ha (King) of seashore and comprises luxury hotels (5 and 4 star), individual bungalows, prestigious residences and expansive infrastructure for sports and leisure.

Norman Disney & Young, A Tetra Tech Company, (NDY), in conjunction with our partner Indochine Engineering, has provided acoustics, ICT, security, and lighting expertise, and identified strategies and constructions methodologies to suit the local market and available products. These solutions have also contributed to the client successfully meeting the brief of a 4 star hotel.

We have also improved the quality achieved by mechanical systems to a standard expected of an international hotel to provide a comfortable experience for the hotel users.

By engaging our global specialist teams across the NDY international network, we were able to meet the exacting brief requirements and demanding project deadlines.

Away from the constant bustle and activity of Ho Chi Minh City, and with only the sea waves as ambient noise, we’re making spaces work for this jewel in the crown of Vietnam.

Find out more about this project: http://www.citymakers.com/en/crfr/

About this project

Project name: Cam Ranh Flowers Resort

Location: Cam Ranh peninsula north tourist area, Cam Hai Dong township, Cam Lam District, Khanh Hoa Province, Vietnam

NDY services provided: Acoustics, ICT, Security, Lighting

MEP consultant: Indochine Engineering

Design Brief: Designed to Dusit Thani Brief (Thai hotelier)

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