Have you ever thought of Vietnam as your next destination? Choosing where one’s next adventure will be is always a fun and exciting phase of the trip. The world is a big place, and finding a location that will satisfy all your needs and interests definitely needs researching. Vietnam in this case is up and rising, and is definitely worth a visit. Furthermore, in Vietnam infrastructure is also greatly improving, even more reason to go on over and witness the redevelopments firsthand.
The vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc has taken the lead in redeveloping Vietnam’s weaker spots and giving them a new public appeal. All of Vietnam seems to agree that the infrastructure redevelopment is the road to go down in order to attract more tourists and possible business investments. As a consequence of such, recently the Vietnamese government agreed to finance a $921 million investment plan aimed at bettering the current infrastructures. The main objective with the plan is to create new hubs that will attract both foreign and domestic investors, and thus create a new network for the country.
With such a bountiful amount being invested, it is exciting to think of the new Vietnam that is under construction. The investment also comes along as a way through which Vietnam will also be able to compete with its Southeast Asian neighbors. Furthermore, in case you or anyone you know is looking for a new Asian headquarter location, Vietnam is your place. With investors in mind, Vietnam is also planning on building a new road network that will stretch across 250 kilometers of road, new drainage works, a new treatment that will be able to hold 13,000-14,000 cubic meters of waste water per day, and also a new resettlement camp. All in all Vietnam has identified 8 specific zones it will focus on. The zones are mostly located on the coasts, which means that the new infrastructures will be able to offer the best of both worlds.
However what should not go unnoticed are Vietnam’s previous and recent redevelopment projects that have already shown positive outcomes. For example, the improvements on the Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi have already bettered the train line. Not to mention the important electricity power plants that are already able to serve the larger cities and their energy demand. At this rate, not only is Vietnam looking at a bright future, but also a calculated one. In fact, calculations have been made and it has been shown that if Vietnam were to continue on this redevelopment stride and at this intensity, by the year 2040 Vietnam could easily reach 83% of its total redevelopment plan. With such a positive outlook and bright numbers ahead, Vietnam is looking better and better by the day.