A luxury apartment complex, the first in Vietnam having hanging gardens, was inaugurated in Ho Chi Minh City on April 24 after two years of construction.
The Ruby Garden building is designed with giant hanging gardens on alternate floors around the four surfaces of the building.
The 12-storey building has 302 apartments and 12 penthouses with their own hanging gardens.
It also has a trade and services centre, a park, a swimming pool, a sport centre and children’s playground.
The project, which is close to Tan Son Nhat International Airport, was designed by MIA of Belgium and built under the supervision of IDEAL of the US./.