L’alyana Phu Quoc Offers Resorts And Villas At Beautiful Ong Lang Beach

L'Alyana Senses World provides premium resorts and villas in their Phu Quoc project near Ong Lang Beach.

Kien Giang, Vietnam - June 2, 2020 / / —

L'alyana Phu Quoc is a Vietnamese company that deals in real estate. A company representative talks about L'Alyana Senses World projects. One of their projects is L'Alyana Senses World Phu Quoc, which is considered as one of the best resort real estate project in Phu Quoc today. L'Alyana Senses World Phu Quoc provides a large multi-experience complex with a large scale, a majestic world for vacations, entertainment, nursing, and health. All of this is located near Ong Lang beach, which is one of the top 10 most beautiful beaches on the planet and consists of turquoise sea water and white sand. L'Alyana Phu Quoc has the advantage of the longest and most beautiful beach. This project consists of resorts and villas, where people can spend their family vacations and can connect with nature. This resort real estate project is considered as one of the best in Phu Quoc because of its revenue policy, time commitment, reputable investors, bank support, experienced operating units, and unique hospitality.

A company representative adds that one can travel to Phu Quoc International Airport by car from L'Alyana Senses World in just 20 minutes away. Not only this, but people can also go to Duong Dong Center, Vinpearl, Phu Quoc Safari, Phu Quoc's scenic spots, which are just 15- 25 minutes away from the resort and riverside and sea villas. L'alyana resorts are luxurious hotels with a modern architectural design, open space, beautiful views of the sea, romantic river, or lush park.

For revenue commitment policies, financial loan support policies, and payment methods, click on https://lalyanaphuquoc.com.vn/

About the Company:
L'Alyana Senses World provides resort real estate projects in Vietnam. One of their projects is L'Alyana Senses World Phu Quoc, which is the result of a sustainable joint venture of leading corporations in Vietnam: Sovico Group, Saigon Tourist Corporation, Phu Long Company. L'Alyana Senses World Phu Quoc offers 24/7 customer support for its residents. The experienced founders and enthusiastic consultants of L'Alyana Senses World Phu Quoc provide the most premium and stylish resorts to the customers. They have partnered with world-class consulting partners, including Phulong, Saigon Tourist, Pentago, Blink, Surbana Jurong, and much more. The main aim of L'Alyana Senses World Phu Quoc is to provide the best and luxurious resorts and villas to consumers through their in-depth understanding and experience about the market.

Contact Details:
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Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgrvflObV3eFMP-A531T_rw/videos
Twitter: https://twitter.com/lalyanaphuquoc
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/phuquoclalyana/boards/

Contact Info:
Name: Steven Cannington
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Organization: L'Alyana Senses World
Address: Ong Lang, Cua Can Commune, Duong Dong, Phu Quoc, Kien Giang Province, Vietnam
Phone: +84 896 899 909
Website: https://lalyanaphuquoc.com.vn/


Release ID: 88960308

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