Research group proposes ecological park transformation in Ho Chi Minh City peninsula

March 03, 2024

A research group has proposed the transformation of the Binh Quoi-Thanh Da peninsula in Ho Chi Minh City into an ecological park with minimal concrete infrastructure, in contrast to the longstanding policy of urban development. The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Planning and Architecture held the event on Saturday afternoon, drawing insights from France’s economic development with the Seine River. Within each divided area, as recommended by the consulting consortium, space will be designated for cultural exchange activities and large-scale events, attracting both domestic and international tourists to Ho Chi Minh City. Laurent Perrin, senior planner from the Institut Paris Région in France, presents research findings on the Saigon River's development at a conference in Ho Chi Minh City, March 2, 2024. In the stretch from Cu Chi District to the Ho Chi Minh City-Tay Ninh Province border, the team prioritizes expansive parks and high-tech agriculture to curb urban expansion.

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