Vingroup puts into operation latest course in Vietnam
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A high-end 36-hole golf course, invested by Vingroup was put into operation in Vu Yen island, the northern city of Hai Phong on April 29
The Vinpearl Golf Hai Phong is the first island-based golf course in the north, and the biggest among golf courses on islands in the country.
It is one of the Vingroup’s 15 facilities launched the same day across 11 provinces and cities, celebrating the 42nd anniversary of the National Reunification Day (April 30) and the International Labour Day (May 1).
The latest facilities raised the group’s capacity to nearly 11,000 rooms, three golf courses, and five entertainment parks across the nation
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