Chapman Taylor designs masterplan of Mui Dinh eco-resort in Vietnam

Chapman Taylor designed the masterplan for the 11,840,301-square-foot Mui Dinh eco-resort in Vietnam.

Set on the east coast of Vietnam, the design of the eco-resort reflects key elements from the surrounding environment—sand, sea, salt and sun. Intended as a hospitality-led mixed-use development, the development drew inspiration from the local history of Mui Dinh, particularly that of the Cham tribal culture and architecture as well as the lost world of the last dynasty.

The Mui Dinh eco-resort in Vietnam will have six resort hotels and a boutique hotel that will provide a total of 7,000 rooms. There will be 500 ocean-facing villas. Amenities will include a theme park, casino, beach club and a mountain clubhouse.


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Chapman Taylor was established in 1959.

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