The light and spacious Serenity Sky Villa showroom reflects the light and spacious interiors.

WHAT makes a £1 million-£2 million (RM5.5 million-RM10 million) home in Vietnam?

Let’s take a look at a luxury apartment project in Ho Chi Minh City where the units come with their own private garden and swimming pool.

Serenity Sky Villas comprises 45 residential units featuring European contemporary architecture and design.


There are 45 flats spread across 18 levels, with all except two one-bedroom flats having a small swimming pool on the balcony.

The key design concept by the developer is to create a tropical skyscraper with villas in the sky.

A recent article in MailOnline indicates that the £2 million price tag is for the penthouse, while £1 million is for a four-bedroom unit.

A one-bedroom apartment cost around £260,000.

Whether you will pay £260,000 or £1 million for the unit depends on your affordability level but there is no reason why you can’t upgrade your existing property, taking inspiration from Serenity Sky Villas.†


MailOnline Property’s Myra Butterworth was given a private tour of a showroom for the luxury block of flats, which has a small swimming pool on each balcony.

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Luxury is seen in the living room that is designed with double-height ceilings to create a

spacious living area. Each unit is outfitted with marble and features a glass staircase and full glass walls, offering stunning aerial views of the whole city.


The designer kitchen includes a wine fridge, dark surfaces and a double sink area.

All bathrooms have luxury sanitary wares and fittings, and are decorated with marble textures and elegant white combined with warm wooden tones to bring out a luxurious and sophisticated look.

The kitchen is made entirely of wood and marble, and displays branded cookers, hood, built-in oven and microwave.


The spacious double bedroom has an en suite bathroom and large walk-in wardrobe.

Thoughtful architectural features, such as deep loggias are provided in all units.

MailOnline Property’s Myra Butterworth, who was given a private tour of a duplex showroom, said the luxury homes are interior designed throughout, with walk-in wardrobes, designer lighting and private lifts.


Each of the luxury apartments includes a swimming pool on the balcony overlooking the city.

According to Butterworth, the real star of the show at the block of flats is actually outside, with all but two of the 45 apartments having a balcony with a pool in it.

The apartments come with floor to ceiling glass windows, open-plan living areas, and electronic systems that control everything from lightings to curtain blinds.

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