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Construction work on a new tourist resort in Dalat City, Vietnam, is set to begin early next year.

The US$250m (173m euro, £141m) Golden Key Eco Resort will be financed and designed by a partnership between the Vitala Group of Companies and Chia Khoa Vang Tourist Services Development.

Covering a 467 hectare site (1,153 acres), the development will comprise numerous star rated hotel concepts, a rehabilitation resort, an indoor/ outdoor waterpark, a children’s farm, numerous open-air eco leisure facilities, an 18-hole golf course and golf driving range, over 500 villas and a number of low rise condo structures.

Project construction is estimated to commence in May 2009, with a completion date set for late 2011.

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