HCMC – A square with the biggest and most modern dancing fountains in Vietnam will be opened to the public in HCMC in the coming time.
Van Phuc Group, investor of the Van Phuc Urban Area in Thu Duc District, told Thanh Nien Online on October 5 that the Diamond square and park covering an area of 1.8 hectares would soon be inaugurated. The project requires a total cost of VND200 billion.
The Diamond square and park, work on which started in August last year, will act as a cultural and entertainment hub, accommodating up to over 5,000 people.
The projected dancing fountains, which are set to be built based on the newest technology from Europe, will feature over 50 kinds of nozzles. The bow-shaped dancing fountains will operate based on the effects of sound waves and light. The dancing fountain project is slated for completion six months after construction begins.
Five years after its establishment, the Van Phuc Urban Area spanning 198 hectares has attracted some 3,000 residents and 300 enterprises to live and do business.