The Macau Metro Monitor, December 9, 2011
Las Vegas Sands mulls over tourism complex in HCM City Vietnam News Agency
According to LVS Chairman, Sheldon Adelson, LVS plans to build a tourism complex in Ho Chi Minh City at a cost of more than US$2 billion. The complex, designed in the shape of two sails standing on a lotus, features hotels, restaurants, convention and exhibition centres, shopping, a spa area, gymnasium, theatre, museum and other entertainment places.
Once completed, the complex is expected to become a symbol of Ho Chi Minh City , attracting more tourists to the city. Le Thanh Hai, Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee, applauded LVS's idea of investing in the tourism and service sector in Ho Chi Minh City. He affirmed that Ho Chi Minh City wishes to cooperate with LVS in the project.