Viet Nam's first virtual reality light park coming soon

By DA NANG Today / DA NANG Today
May 25, 2023, 11:54 [GMT+7]

A virtual reality light theme park will be developed in a 60,000-square-meter ancient pine forest at the Sandy Beach Non Nuoc Resort, Ngu Hanh Son District, Da Nang, based on South Korean technology, making it the first of its kind in the Southeast Asian nation.

An artist' impression ofvirtual reality light theme park. Photo: THU HA
An artist' impression of the virtual reality light theme park. Photo: THU HA

Ho Chi Minh City-based travel company Ben Thanh Tourist signed a memorandum of understanding for the construction of the park with two South Korean partners, namely Wide VNK Co., Ltd and Newto Co., Ltd, Tuesday.

Through this cooperation agreement, the Beach Non Nuoc Resort will create the best conditions for partners to design and install artistic lighting systems, using virtual reality technology whilst preserving the landscape of the over-50-year-old pine forest.

Mr  Nguyen Ngoc Tung, General Director of the Sandy Beach Non Nuoc Resort said: “Da Nang is already one of the top destinations with theme parks such as Sun World Ba Na Hills, Asia Park and Mikazuki which are quite attractive to visitors. With the project cooperated with Wide VNK and Newto Co. Ltd from South Korea, we believe that the virtual reality light park will bring a completely different experience and entertainment to everyone.”

Photo: THU HA
The virtual reality light theme park will be developed in Da Nang in the comming time. Photo: THU HA

According to Mr. Nguyen Xuan Binh, Deputy Director of the Da Nang Department of Tourism, the project is expected to bring Da Nang a very attractive new tourism product in line with the burgeoning modern technological trend  in a bid to drive up the city’s post-COVID tourism.

Kim Woon Tae, the Director of the Da Nang office of the Korea Trade and Investment Promotion Agency, said that Da Nang was one of South Koreans' favorite tourist destinations. Before the pandemic, millions of tourists from South Korea visited the central coastal city each year.

It is known that the Wide VNK Company will participate in operating the park when the project is put into operation.

Reporting by THU HA - Translating by A.THU