Sun Group, a leading developer of entertainment sites in Vietnam, is working on new attractions during the sustained closure of sites due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Sun Group sites were closed throughout March until further notice. The closures are allowing the company to work on new attractions, which they plan to roll out when the virus is no longer a threat.
The new projects will also help revive the tourism industry in Vietnam which has taken a significant hit in the wake of the pandemic.
The first phase of the Japanese-style Yoko Onsen hot spring resort in Cam Pha is due to open in 2020. A three-wire cable car project is also set to open on Cat Hai Island in the second quarter of 2020.
Sun World Danang Wonders is scheduled to open for July to September and is currently undergoing renovations.
Dang Minh Truong, chairman of Sun Group, commented on the work the company is carrying out during its parks’ closures: “With all of the aforementioned plans in the pipeline for our enterprise, and together with the timely and practical support policies of the Vietnamese government and ministries, we believe that Sun Group will soon overcome this difficult period and make a significant contribution to tourism in Vietnam and help our country revive and grow in the post-COVID-19 period.”