Tall structures are the universal representation of luxury, from the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai to the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur. They are among the most popular destinations worldwide for travelers who wish to take Instagram-worthy photos in addition to having stunning architecture.
Vietnamese nationals will soon be able to visit one of the highest structures in the world without leaving their home country. To experience the breathtaking views of the surrounding area, all you need to do is purchase a rail ticket to Ha Long in Quang Ninh Province, check in at Domino Tower, and climb to the 99th storey.
Designed by Sun Group, Domino Tower is a five-star hotel that will be a part of the Sun Ha Long Ocean Park development. It will be placed on a 12.5 hectare man-made island that is connected to the mainland by a bridge.
When finished, the spiral-shaped building will have 99 storeys and rise 540 meters above the ground, providing sweeping vistas of the stunning Ha Long Bay.
When Domino Tower is finished, it will be the tallest building in Southeast Asia and the eighth tallest tower in the world, housing a lot of service apartments and entertainment venues.
The position of Domino Tower is strikingly similar to that of Dubai's famed Burj Al Arab hotel, which is likewise situated on a man-made island.
The 215 Somerset building in New York, 118 Downtown in Dubai, and Dream Tower Beirut in Lebanon are just a few of the spectacular 360 projects that +Cassia, a worldwide architectural design firm, has created throughout the world, including Domino Tower, have successfully completed.
Sun Group, which was founded in 1998, is the company behind several renowned amusement parks and resorts in Vietnam.
The Ba Na Hills Cable System in Da Nang, the Fansipan Cable System in Sapa, and Sun World Ba Den Mountain are a few of the Sun Group's accomplishments that have earned Guinness World Records.
It also built the world's longest cable car line in Hai Phong, a port city in the north of Vietnam, and Vietnam's first naturally occurring hot springs designed in the Japanese style in Quang Ninh Province.
Domino Tower won't be finished for a few more years, but the captivating sensation and scenery you'll experience when you're on level 99 of the building will make the wait worthwhile. You'll be given a broad view of Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 1,600 islands, and its breathtaking surroundings.
When the skyscraper is finished, you won't need to visit opulent hotels in other nations to experience cloud nine any more.
Source: SkyScraperCity.com, TheSmartLocal.com