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These Ha Long Bay Villas Will Make you Move to Vietnam

By Victor Baker


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Brazilian architecture studio MK27 imagined Caye Sereno, an exclusive residential community in Vietnam’s scenic Ha Long Bay. Marcio Kogan and Maria Cristina Motta were the people behind the project’s 18 luxurious Ha Long Bay Villas, that offer incredible views of the small limestone islands and a design so amazing that it could literally take your breath away.

These extraordinary villas feature streamlined concrete slabs, complemented by natural stone masonry and movable glass walls. The team at MK27 had a tough time preserving the views of each of these villas, which range in size from 7,082 square feet to 11,786 square feet.

With several outdoor lounging areas, a full-sized infinity pool, and access to the waterfront beyond, these gorgeous homes also benefit from spacious master suites that overlook the bay.

Ha Long Bay Villas

Caye Sereno keeps in line with other luxury resorts, transforming Vietnam and Ha Long Bay into a much-appreciated location, by travelers and investors alike. The site, which is located at the southern edge of Tuan Chau Island, is accessed through Hanoi with flight connections available from Singapore, Hong Kong, and Guangzhou. Being remote is not a bad thing, in this case.

The villas at Caye Sereno start off at $3.5 million and with that kind of money, future owners will get to enjoy access to a gym and yoga studio, tennis court and a water activities center. Please note that a 27-hole golf course is being developed as we speak, so.. if you’ve ever dreamed of the perfect vacation home, you might start considering Vietnam.

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About Victor Baker

Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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