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CONCEPT MASTER PLAN

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executive summary The vision for Salam Resort at Simatai is a place that both complements the awe-inspiring Great Wall, and stands on its own as a place to relax the body and restore the soul. The resort is nestled in two valleys: Dragon Valley and the Valley of the Soft Winds. At the entry of Dragon Valley is the Simatai Ancient Village. It is the jumping off point for day visitors coming to explore the Simatai section of the Great Wall either by walking path or cable car. The residences and resort hotel have a separate entry to access the property. Within Dragon Valley there are nine villages, each carefully sited to take advantage of the naturalterraces. Within these nine villages there are 374 Villas, a 250 room 5-Star hotel, and a 43 room 6-star boutique hotel. There are three marketplaces in the resort. Within the walls of the AncientVillage is the Great Wall Market, alive with local performers, artisan crafts and souvenirs. The Silk Road Market celebrates the rich connections between China and the MIddle East. the shops are filled with luxurious clothing, jewelry, fine art and artifacts. There are a variety of dining experiences, including a floating fish restauaunt. A feature of the market is the The Great Wall Experience, an interactive, multimedia orientation center. The third market is a business center and convenience shops for the villas.

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The Valley of the Soft Winds is the site of the secluded, hot springs 45 suite health and fitness spa.

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Executive Summary

Site Sections

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The Chairman’s Vision

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Simatai Ancient Village

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Project Location

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Five Star Hotel

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Simatai Resort Description

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Emperor Garden 6 Star Hotel

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Design Concept

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Silk Road Bazaar

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Resort Activities

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Valley of the Soft Winds Spa

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Illustrative Plan

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Villa Villages

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Land Use Districts

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Villa Concepts

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Resort District Themes

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Villa Unit Counts

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Open Space Plan

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Detail Development Program

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Vehicle Circulation Plan

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Site Images

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Pedestrian Circulation Plan

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Conclusion & Project Team

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“I see the amazing place in the nature and I wish I had the 7-star hotel there. Back to nature in the nature, in the greenery, in the mountain.” In the Chairman’ s Words: “Salam is where I want to go for 2 months, where I can do business in a resort environment, where they have the facility for me work for 12 hour.” “Luxurious, everythin can happen for me there. I can have the banquet. People at the resort read my brain.” “ I don’t need to go into the town to get something.” “I see the amazing place in the nature and I wish I had the 7-star hotel there. Back to nature in the nature, in the greenery, in the mountain.” “I have multiple experiences in terms of accommodations -- 3 or 4 choices.” “I get all the flavor of the place, through the food, shopping, space feeling, people and hospitality. Every place has copyright Lighthouse Leisure International LLC ©2008

its ownkind of hospitality.” Implications of the vision: • Emphasis on nature

• Condusive to long stay: goods and services available at hand, including business cetnter. • Great well trained service staff • Multiple accomodation types. The Salam Global Network: “Someone wants to explore Asia, I want him to be told about Salam China, Salam Vietnam, etc.” “A global. local. luxury experience, just like HSBC is the world’s local bank.”

We watch the clouds and daub with our brushes We drink wine and write poems. The joyous feelings of this day Will linger long after we have parted. Ni Zan


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Shanghai The Salam Resort is located in Simatai, Mi Yun County, 130 kilometers north of the Forbidden City in Bejing.

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Simatai, a section of the Great Wall of China located in the north of Miyun County, 120 km northeast of Beijing, holds the access to Gubeikou, a strategic pass in the eastern part of the Great Wall. Originally built during the Northern Qi dynasty (550-577) and rebuilt in the Hongwu years of the Ming dynasty by Qi Jiguang, this section of Great Wall is one of the few to retain the original features of the Ming dynasty Great Wall.

Yingpan Gubeikou

Simatai Great Wall is 5.4 km long with 35 beacon towers. This section of the Great Wall incorporated the different characteristics of each section of the Great Wall. A specialist on the Great Wall, Professor Luo Zhewen, has said “The Great Wall is the best of the Chinese buildings, and Simatai is the best of the Great Wall.” UNESCO has designated Simatai Great Wall as one of the World Cultural Heritage sites. Hanging precariously onto the Yanshan Mountain, Simatai Great Wall is known for its steepness. Simatai Great Wall is separated by a valley into eastern and western parts. The western part appears gentle with 20 well-preserved watchtowers dotting along the wall. The eastern part is much steeper, following more rugged terrain that includes cliff edges and kilometre-high peaks. The 15 watchtowers are relatively closely spaced and provide spectacular views. Main attractions in the eastern part include Watching Beijing Tower, Fairy Tower, Heavenly Ladder and Sky Bridge, though they are currently closed to the public for safety reasons.

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The Salam luxury resort in the presence of the Great Wall

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Great Wall

There is no development proposed within the Great Wall Protection Area. The resort is designed through scale, materials, and site placement to respect the importance of the Wall.

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Simatai Valley, lying directly below the shadow of the Great Wall in Miyun County north of Beijing, is one of the most spectacular destination locations of northeast China. Witness to the millennia of wall builders, dynastic armies and the occasional foreign invader, Simatai, in the recent period, has been a location for rural farmers who produce abundant corn and sorghum on many of its cultivated plateaus.

that now contains artisans’ studios, crafts, local produce and souvenir shops. Guides may be hired. The charming village is a place, perhaps, to learn calligraphy, or how to print on silk. Yet many visitors arriving here have only the distant high Great Wall in mind.

It is also a place where the Great Wall can be reached with comparative ease, a wall today regarded as a world treasure and UNESCO prized artifact, a wall symbolic of the strength and determination of earlier emperors to protect their frontier.

To facilitate their way up the valley environmentally friendly road trains or electric buses move to the Great Wall Village, a unique semi-covered environment that contains bazaars, restaurants and shops built on the bend of the river in Chinese style. At one end of this village is the Great Wall Orientation Experience, a multi media exhibit display of models, costumes, graphics and film programs that assist the visitor to understand the context of the Wall’s huge history and military architecture.

There is no more spectacular place than this verdant valley of Hebei Province to locate Sama Dubai’s Salam Resort, a carefully planned mixture of villas, hotels villages and spas that are designed for different market occupants. The overall plan in the one and a half kilometer long lower valley resembles a twisted dragon in form, and as such- good chi in which positive energy flows down from the surrounding mountains to cover all of the terrain.

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As China’s international and national tourism grows so do visitors to the Great Wall. Badaling to the north west of Beijing is already almost at bursting point on high days. As an alternative Simatai offers a unique experience, a place easily and quickly reached by a new expressway from the capital, a valley in which Chinese culture and story, exceptional vistas and views, superb landscape and personal service and individual solitude combine to produce the high class ambience that is the expressive intent of a Sama Dubai project. Through the valley flows a wandering river. In the mountains it forms the shape of fresh water lakes, the upper fed by hot springs. In the lower valley bed, depending on weather and the seasons, the river changes shape, in some places a broad tranquil body of water reflecting the high towers and battlements above, in other becoming a meandering river of streams that wends through poplar, willows, grasses and wildflowers.

The Great Wall Village The Silk Road Bazaar

A modern cable car climbs up the flank of the mountain. The beginning of a day-long pedestrian adventure that continues across the many withered stone towers and crenellated battlements of the serpent like Great Wall. Here the air is refreshing, the views across mountain, valleys and peaks; unforgettable. The Resort Visitor For the Salam Resort visitor another superbly landscaped road makes its way in from the highway, crossing the river through a stately bridge and climbing up the valley bed. To either side luxurious high walled villas set in among trees and fields of corn provide weekend destinations for the discerning purchaser. Jogging tracks, pedestrian trails and other amenities provide for exercise. Each villa has its own internal courts and pools. On one bend of the river is the Four Star Convention Hotel. Planned to provide unique vistas of the high wall and surrounding mountains the rooms overlook a series of stepped levels containing restaurants and vanishing edge pools. The seven thousand meter square convention hall is contained beneath the hotel, settled into the slope.

Arrival at the Ancient Village Surrounded by mountains at the entrance to Simatai Valley a great entry portal greets the day visitor. From here a series of elevating plateaus fringed by steep forested hills appear to rise up- the earth to greet the heavens. Here is an arrival area with efficient parking for tourist buses and personal cars. A short walk takes the visitor to the gates of Ancient Simatai, a genuine historic walled community

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Wall above as it changes color and shape in the sun and moonlight shadows. The interior courtyards are quietly elegant, the service impeccable. At the edge of the hotel where vanishing edge pools cool the guest in the heat of summer steps, elevators and ramps lead down to a singular market souk constructed at the river’s edge below.

Beyond the Great Wall Village the luxury that is the luxurious Salam Resort commences. Each district of the valley is based on the Chinese interpretation of Feng Shui elements. Wood becomes stone, stone becomes metal, metal becomes fire. These elements provide the design palette to each new destination. At the luxurious Five Star a unique habitat awaits the guest. Rooms with balconies are perched on a high bastioned wall in two great arcs, affording views of the Great

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Settled around the river this wandering maze of tiny courtyards and open plazas is framed by low tiled roof buildings that contain world-class shops, unique galleries, day cafes and international cuisine restaurants. This river market acts as a pivot point between the five star and six star hotels. Covered shopping can be found in one of the bridges. Other bridges in rainbow and zig-zag form lead across the water to a Performance Theater that contains nightly film shows- or astonishing Chinese cultural shows with ethnic dancers- acrobats, etc. Reflecting Sama’s own identity the Ying Yang Performance Plaza is an activity area to entertain the guest through kite flying, dancing, or parade of costume. The Six Star Hotel Perched on a bluff overlooking the first of the silvery lakes and with direct and close views to the Great Wall that rises just a half kilometer away the individual luxurious golden roof cottages of the Salam Resort provide the unique get away experience. Vanishing edge pools and fabulous overlook balconies are de-rigueur within this rich setting. Outstanding service and exceptional privacy form the key to this resort. Superbly landcaped, and set within cliffs of falling water each guest is assured of personal care, security and attention. At the shore line luxurious houseboats provide an alternative to the cottages above. Adventures of Spa Valley High above Simatai Valley a winding mountain road leads to a second valley managed by Sama Dubai, here aligned directly below the Great Wall’s foundation skirts. This superb place contains the Salam Spas. Here warm spring water channels into pools and baths that echo in and design the Chinese traditional vernacular. The stone massage beds and private health rooms look up to the Wall’s many twists and turns providing unique day-long relaxation for the discerning guest. In this Valley of Soft Winds there are further adventures. Higher up the valley bed an equestrian center provides not only tuition in the art of dressage or horsemanship but is the starting point for horse trails that cover the terrain as far as the Great Wall in every direction.

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Design Concept: Balance and Harmony Feng Shui

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Feng Shui (pronounced “phung schwee” and meaning literally “wind water”) is part of an ancient Chinese philosophy of nature. Feng shui is often identified as a form of geomancy, divination by geographic features, but it is mainly concerned with understanding the relationships between nature and ourselves so that we might live in harmony within our environment. Feng shui is related to the very sensible notion that living with rather than against nature benefits both humans and our environment. It is also related to the equally sensible notion that our lives are deeply affected by our physical and emotional environs. If we surround ourselves with symbols of death, contempt and indifference toward life and nature, with noise and various forms of ugliness, we will corrupt ourselves in the process. If we surround ourselves with beauty, gentleness, kindness, sympathy, music and various expressions of the sweetness of life, we ennoble ourselves as well as our environment.

Chinese Architecture

Symbolism Dragons will bring power and influence wherever you so choose to place them. The dragon supports the water element; best placing it facing water, clean water such as an ocean, river, stream or a fountain. The dragon brings the power of rain showers for abundant harvests, the principle of heaven and male yang power. If you place a dragon in front of the entrance door, inside, it symbolizes great protection to the premises and the occupants.

The architecture of China is as old as Chinese civilization. From every source of information - literary, graphic, exemplary - there is strong evidence testifying to the fact that the Chinese have always employed an indigenous system of construction that has retained its principal characteristics from prehistoric times to the present day. The most important is the emphasis on the horizontal axis, in particular the construction of a heavy platform and a large roof that floats over this base, with the vertical walls not as well emphasized. Another important feature is its emphasis on symmetry, which connotes a sense of grandeur; this applies to everything from palaces to farmhouses. The use of certain colors, numbers and the cardinal directions in traditional Chinese architecture reflected the belief where the nature of a thing could be wholly contained in its own form.

The Chinese dragon, an emblem reserved for Imperial China, were heavily used on Imperial architecture - on the roofs, on the beams and pillars, and on the doors. Only the buildings used by the imperial family were allowed to have nine gan (space between two columns); only the gates used by the Emperor could have five arches, with the centre one, of course, being reserved for the Emperor himself. The ancient Chinese favored the color red. The buildings faced south because the north had a cold wind.

Liang, Ssu-ch’eng 1984, A pictoral history of Chinese architecture : a study of the development of its structural system and the evolution of its types, ed. by Wilma Fairbank, Cambridge (Mass.): MIT press

D esign P rinciples

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Chinese Places are timeless. When guests and visitors arrive at the Salam Resort at Dragon Valley, it will be to a place that feels authentic. The materials, the forms, the plans, the building shapes, and the colors are all about China. There will be contemporary places as well, and they will feel and look right because they are informed by the heritage of Chinese design, feng shui and rich symbolism.

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Salam Resort Activities

Biking Camping Climbing Hiking Racing Relaxing Eating Flying Fishing Swimming Kite Golf Relaxing Ballooning Climbing Soaring Kayaking Rafting Spa

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Walking Meditating Shopping Exercising Exploring Dining Learning Enjoying

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Dragon Valley Day Visitor Entry

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Simatai Village: Harmony

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Village R1: Fire

Village R5: Wind

Village R4: Wood

Village R6: Bronze

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Village R7: Earth Playfields

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Each district is a special place In Dragon Valley there are three land uses: COMMERCIAL/RETAIL

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Dragon Valley has nine villages overlaying the land uses, each with its own theme selected from the elements and symbols of fengsui. The themes guide the villages’ colors, materials, plant selections, building shapes, and signage. copyright Lighthouse Leisure International LLC Š2008

The Village boundaries are determined by the topography of the site.

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Private and Public Places in harmony

Vistors, hotel guests and residents have various levels of access to the resort: Public Open Space: Accessible to all. Residential Villages: Residents and guests only Public Access: The Markets and the 5 Star hotel are open to hotel guests, residents and day visitors. The 6 Star hotel is for guests only.

Public Open Space

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There are three primary markets coming to the Salam Resort in Simatai: Day Vistors to the Great Wall will park in the entry garage and use the cable car to traverse to the Wall. Walkers returning from the Wall can use cable, car, tram, or pedestrian paths. Villa Residents will arrive by car and will be encouraged to use electric vehicles, bicycles and pedestrian paths. Resort Guests will share the main road with villa residents to arrive at the Hotels and Silk Road Market

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Pedestrians have acccess to the entire resort. The green dotted line indicates the walking trails throughout the resort. Visitors and residents have many options to access the wall. They can use the cable car up and walk down. They can use the tram at the Silk Road Market to travel back to visitor parking.

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Trees, foliage, ground covers, traditional agricultural fieldsand ornamentals will provide strong viusal images for the nine different districts. Native plants and hardscape materials will differentiate each district.

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The roadway corridors are designed to serve pedestrian and bicycle needs as well as vehicles. In all cases, the roadway widths are kept narrow to minimize the impact of vehicles to the landscape and open space

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All the parts of a garden-trees, fences, seating, plants, banners, walls, flowers, fountains, walkways-are used to tell the Dragon Valley Story.

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Section A1 at Entry

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In Harmony with the Great Wall

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Simatai Village Market The historic Simatai farm village will become the primary visitor entry to the Simatia Great Wall Experience. Visitors will park in the multilevel garage and then take the cable car or walk to the wall, depending on their fitness. The Village will be a marketplace with local crafts, employee lodging, restaurants, and performance venues.

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The design theme concept for the village is harmony with a focus on the village agricultural heritage.

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Spectacular views of the Great Wall

Elevation of 5 star hotel The Great Wall Resort is a 5-star 250 room hotel that features spectaular views from most of the rooms and all the public spaces. The resort features a tennis and swim club with cabanas, a mountaintop meditation spa and restaurant. The resort overlooks the Silk Road Market which features luxury shopping, entertainment, and the Great Wall Museum. copyright Lighthouse Leisure International LLC Š2008

As befits a luxury resort, gold and silver is the theme of the hotel.

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The Great Wall Resort: Five Star Resort Garden Parking Access

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5 Star Hotel: View from Villas

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5 Star Hotel: Building Forms

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Note: A hotel room or key contains one or more bays.modules. A deluxe suite--one key-- for example has 5 bays.

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These sketches illustrate two different design options for the Five Star hotel. In these options, there are no room wings traversing the river. The concepts are based on formal Chinese Courtyard planning principles.

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The Emperor’s Garden Resort: Six Star Resort

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Proposed site

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Each rentable unit to include: Full-sized concealed bar 2 high-definition color TV’s each with remote control and blue-tooth access to guest’s personal computer and film library Internet connection State-of–art sound system Telephones at bedside; sitting area; bathroom; and library/study area Door bell, peepholes Total blackout capability Emergency light in entry 4 fixture bathroom with separate shower stall, plus Built-in hair dryers Individual Safes in guestroom closets Villas: Quantity Keys 2.5 [equivalent] bay bedroom with 41 41 Individual user-standing soak tubs at bathrooms 4 bay living/dining room Serving pantry/security station Powder Room Library / Study area 1 guest or servant bedroom with separate entrance and standard bathroom Vanishing edge pool in conjunction with spacious deck, including gazebo Tower Suites: 2.5 [equivalent] bay bedroom with 4 bay living/dining room Serving pantry/security station Powder Room Library / Study area Spacious Deck

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Food and Beverage Facilities: Buffet, informal all-hours light dining, seating 20 at tables

Theme Restaurant, seating 90 at tables Lobby Tea Lounge, seating 32

Quiet Bar, seating 28 at tables

Function Rooms: 2 Private Dining Rooms each seating 24 Recreational Facilities: Spa, Grooming & Fitness Center Swimming Pool; partially enclosed showcase pool with large sun terrace and buffet /beverage bar and 4 satellite pavilions, each seating 8 for dining Putting Green Observation Pavilion: with telescope[s] Miscellaneous Public Facilities: Bookstall / Newsstand Sundries, 36 sq m Tour/Travel Desk Business Center; with translation/secretarial services General: Elevators; 1 passenger; 1 service (in tower) Heating and Air Conditioning; year-round climate conditioning throughout, with individual controls in all guestrooms

1 0 General Manager’s Suite: 2 bay bedroom 3 bay living/dining room Serving pantry Powder room _______________________________________________________________ Totals: 46 45

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Salam Resort Villages

Typical Village R1 The heart of the resort is the collection of villa villages. Each village contains a variety of villas organzied around courtyards. The two and three story villas have ground floor courtyards, interior courts, terraces and traditional entries and roof shapes. In the village setting, the villas share access, views into adjoining gardens, and vistas of the Great Wall.

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Sizes of the villas range from 300 sm to 600 sm. Each has a two car garage, a pool and garden courtyard.

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Shapes and colors related to Fire Theme

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Existing ridge overlooking the river and hotel

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DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM METRIC: OPTION 1 SITE COVERAGE 28% November 4, 2008 DRAGON VALLEY

RESIDENTIAL (includes internal circulation) Fortune 500 Club houses

R1

LAND AREA

BUILDING AREA

Land Area Hectare

Land Area Sq M.

Mu 0.0015

2.97

29,651

44.5

Plot Ratio FAR

A B C D E R2

2.43

24,339

36.5

R3

2.96

29,558

44.3

R4

3.21

32,121

48.2

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3.68

36,830

55.2

15.25

COMMERCIAL/RETAIL/ENTERTAINMENT (includes internal circulation) Retail Apartments Cable Car Simatai Village C1 1.78

152,499

228.75

Total Retail and Commercial

C3

17,750

239 250 308 272 351

12 13 8 7 7 47

239 250 308 272 351

17 23 4 8 1 53

239 250 308 272 351

4,063 5,750 1,232 2,176 351 13,572

63,876

9,000

3,107 3,750 1,232 2,720 351 11,160

340 390 470 420 550

5,258 3,250 2,772 1,360 702 13,342

340 390 470 420 550

2,868 3,250 2,464 1,904 2,457 12,943

0.63

340 390 470 420 550

241

80

4.661 5.625 1.848 4.080 0.527 16.740 7.887 4.875 4.158 2.040 1.053 20.013 4.302 4.875 3.696 2.856 3.686 19.415

16

43%

20 2

46%

26 18 10 4

45%

26 16 14 14

40%

37%

106

96,620

95.81

42%

482

13.500

3,500 12,500

6,000 6,000 2,500 14,500

5.250 18.75

70%

34 46 8 16 2

68%

10,060 1,235 2,500 13,795

13,078 1,235 2,500 16,813

15.090 1.853 3.750 20.69

55%

27,795

1 Nov 08 34,313

47,367

71.1

0.40

0.92

9,150

13.7

3.02

30,235

45.4

H2

75 Salam Resort

94

6.095 8.625 1.848 3.264 0.527 20.358

2.250

4.74

102 24

3,000

0.67

86 44

1,500

37.84

94 26 30 8

0.68

25,227

Parking spaces

30 22 10 16

6.59

2.52

75

5.378 4.125 2.310 3.264 4.212 19.289

Site Coverage

0.82

RESORTS (Includes internal circulation) 6 Star Deluxe Boutique resort Site

22 13 9 5 2 51

340 390 470 420 550

Ground Floor (MU) 0.0015

26.63

D evelopment P rogram : V illas

Retail and Tourist Parking

239 250 308 272 351

75

Villa Shopping 4,390 sm) Note: Mu is unit of measure inC2China (10.44mu = 666 Retail Village B.O.H. Theater Silk Road Bazaar Total

13 15 4 10 1 43

Gross Building Area Sq. M 5,100 4,290 2,350 3,360 4,400 19,500 4,420 5,850 1,880 4,200 550 16,900 7,480 5,070 4,230 2,100 1,100 19,980 4,080 5,070 3,760 2,940 3,850 19,700 5,780 8,970 1,880 3,360 550 20,540

3,585 2,750 1,540 2,176 2,808 12,859

0.56 A B C D E

Villa Subtotal

340 390 470 420 550

0.61 A B C D E

Fortune 500 Club houses

239 250 308 272 351

0.68 A B C D E

Fortune 500 Club houses

15 11 5 8 8 47

Total Foot print SM

0.69 A B C D E

Fortune 500 Club houses

Unit Size SM

Number of Units

0.66

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Fortune 500 Club houses

Unit Type

Unit Foot Print with garage SM

simatai china 9,150

36,600

67

41.69

59%

13.725

100%

784


DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM METRIC: OPTION 1 SITE COVERAGE 28% November 4, 2008 DRAGON VALLEY

Land Area 15.25 Hectare

Villa Subtotal

COMMERCIAL/RETAIL/ENTERTAINMENT (includes internal circulation) RESIDENTIAL (includes internal circulation) Retail 500 Club houses Fortune R1 2.97 Apartments Cable Car Simatai Village C1 1.78 Villa Shopping

C2

Retail Village Fortune 500 Club houses B.O.H. Theater Silk Road Bazaar Total

R2

C3

Total Retail and Commercial Fortune 500 Club houses Retail and Tourist Parking

R3

0.44 2.43

B C D E

LAND AREA

Land Area 152,499 Sq M.

Mu 228.75 0.0015

Plot Ratio FAR 0.63

29,651

44.5

0.66

17,750

26.63

0.82

4,390

6.59

0.68

24,339

36.5

2.52

25,227

37.84

0.67

4.74

47,367

71.1

0.40

2.96 0.92

29,558 9,150

44.3 13.7

0.68

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Hotel Suites

R4

30,235

45.4

3.21 3.02

32,121 30,235

48.2 45.4

R6

Villa Subtotal

5.03

50,286

75.4

0.59

3.68

36,830

55.2

0.56

6.04

15.25

Hotel Suites R7 circulation) 5.51 COMMERCIAL/RETAIL/ENTERTAINMENT (includes internal Retail Apartments Cable Car Simatai Village C1 1.78 Villa Shopping Swim Club Retail TennisVillage Club B.O.H. Riverside Social Club Theater Day Spa Silk Bazaar TotalRoad 5 Star GreatTotal Wall Resort Total number of villas Total Retail and Commercial Spa Valley Resort Area Development Retail and Tourist Parking Lobby Courtyard back of House Riding Academy RESORTS (Includes internal circulation) Rooms SpaBoutique Valley Resort 6 Star Total Deluxe resort Site

0.61 0.41

H1

R5

C2 H1 H1 R5 R5 C3

60,367

90.6

228.75

0.63

55,114

82.7

0.73

17,750

26.63

0.82

4,390

0.68

0.40

25,227 165,767

6.59 37.84 248.65

4.74

47,367

71.1

26.00 0.92

260,000 9,150

390.0 13.7

26.00 3.02

260,000 30,235

390.0 45.4

Note: Mu is unit of measure in China (1 mu = 666 sm)

D evelopment P rogram : R etail

H2

0.27

152,499

0.44 2.52 16.58

A B C D E

A B C D E

A B C D E

H2 3.02

Unit Type

Number of Units 241

250 308 272 351

390 470 420 550

Unit Foot Print with garage SM

Unit Size SM

15 75 11 5 75 8 8 47

239 80 250 308 272 351

13 15 4 10 1 75 43

239 250 308 272 351

22 13 9 5 2 51 43 12 43 13 8 7 7 47 250 17 23 4 16 8 21 1 3 1 53 1 42 241

239 250 308 272 351

13 21 11 75 21 25 75 91

239 250 308 80 272 351

340 390 470 420 550

200 150 150 215

890 700 1060 1800

340 390 470 420 550

0.69

RESORTS (Includes internal circulation) 6 Star Deluxe Boutique resort Site Back of House and Public Rooms 500 Club houses Fortune Total 6 Star Resort

23 4 8 1 53

0.67 0.54

0.06

A B C D E

A B C A D B E C D E

A B C D E

340 390 470 420 550

340 390 470 420 550 80

239 250 308 272 351

125 340 390 470 420 550

8,970 1,880 3,360 550 20,540

8.625 1.848 3.264 0.527 20.358

Total Foot print 63,876 SM

Gross Building Area Sq. 96,620 M

Ground Floor (MU) 0.0015 95.81

9,000 3,585 3,500 2,750 12,500 1,540 2,176 1,500 2,808 12,859 10,060 1,235 3,107 2,500 3,750 13,795 1,232 2,720 351 27,795 11,160 9,150 5,258 3,250 2,772 1,360 702 6,500 13,342 3,440 2,868 9,940 3,250 2,464 1,904 2,457 9,650 6,950 12,943

6,000 6,000 5,100 2,500 4,290 14,500 2,350 3,360 3,000 4,400 19,500 13,078 1,235 4,420 2,500 5,850 16,813 1,880 4,200 550 34,313 16,900 36,600 7,480 5,070 4,230 2,100 1,100 6,663 19,980 5,625 4,080 12,288 5,070 3,760 2,940 3,850 11,250 19,700 18,551 5,780 29,801 8,970 1,880 5,440 3,360 8,190 550 1,410 420 20,540 550 16,010 96,620 4,420 6,000 8,190 6,000 5,170 2,500 8,820 14,500 13,750 40,350 3,000 200 13,078 700 1,235 150 2,500 1,800 16,813 89,011

90 239 250 308 239 272 250 351 308 272 351

340 390 470 340 420 390 550 470 420 550

Salam Resort 75 383 374

45 45

5,750 1,232 2,176 351 AREA BUILDING 13,572

92

4,063 16,600 5,750 1,232 3,824 2,176 5,250 351 924 272 13,572 351 10,621 63,876 3,107 9,000 5,250 3,388 3,500 5,712 12,500 8,775 26,232 1,500 200 10,060 150 1,235 150 2,500 215 13,795 54,168 27,795

simatai china 9,150 5,000 1,000 4,140 10,140

1 Nov 08 34,313

36,600 7,250 1,200 6,750 15,200

13.500 5.378 5.250 4.125 18.75 2.310 3.264 2.250 4.212 19.289 15.090 1.853 4.661 3.750 5.625 20.69 1.848 4.080 0.527 41.69 16.740 13.725 7.887 4.875 4.158 2.040 1.053 9.75 20.013 5.16 4.302 14.91 4.875 3.696 2.856 3.686 14.48 19.415 6.095 14.48 8.625 1.848 5.74 3.264 7.88 0.527 1.39 0.41 20.358 0.53 15.93 95.81 4.66 13.500 7.88 5.08 5.250 8.57 18.75 13.16 39.35 2.250 0.30 15.090 0.23 1.853 0.23 3.750 0.32 20.69 70.83

68

46 8 16 2

37%

106

Site Coverage 42%

Parking spaces 482

70%

30 22 10 16

68%

16

43%

94

55%

26 30 8 20 2

59% 46% 100%

86

784 44 26 18 10 4

45%

102

33%

24 26 16 14 14

40%

94

20%

34 46 8 32

37% 18% 42%

70% 48% 68%

16 42 2 3 2 106 2 81 482

26 42 11 42 50 171

55% 28%

41.69

59%

13.725 7.50 1.50 6.21 15.21

100%

4%

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B.O.H. Theater PROGRAM METRIC: OPTION 1 SITE COVERAGE 28% DEVELOPMENT Silk Road Bazaar Total November 4, 2008 C3 2.52 DRAGON VALLEY Total Retail and Commercial 4.74 Retail and Tourist Parking RESORTS (Includes internal circulation) RESIDENTIAL (includes internal circulation) 500 Club resort houses 6 Star Fortune Deluxe Boutique Site Back of House and Public Rooms Total 6 Star Resort 5 Star Great Wall Resort Fortune 500 Club houses Site Public and Back of House Exterior Courtyards Rooms

Hotel Suites Fortune 500 Club houses

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Fortune 500 Club houses Swim Club Tennis Club Riverside Social Club Day Spa Total 5 Star Great Wall Resort Total number of villas

R1 H2

H1 R2

R6 R3

R4 R7

R5 H1 H1 R5 R5

Retail Village TOTAL RESORT PROGRAM B.O.H. Theater Silk Road Bazaar Total

C2

C3

0.40 Plot Ratio FAR

Land9,150 Area Sq M.

Mu13.7 0.0015

2.97 3.02

29,651 30,235

44.5 45.4

0.66

3.02

30,235

45.4

0.41

2.43 5.03

6.04 2.96

3.21 5.51

3.68 16.58

24,339 50,286

60,367 29,558

32,121 55,114

36,830

165,767

36.5 75.4

90.6 44.3

48.2 82.7

55.2 248.65

0.69 0.59

0.27 0.68

0.61 0.73

Unit Type

A B C D E

A B C D E A B A C B D C E D E A A B B C C D D E E

75 Number of Units

0.54

13 15 4 250 10 1 43 16 21 22 3 13 1 9 1 5 42 2 51 13 12 21 13 11 8 21 7 25 7 91 47

239 250 308 90 272 351

340 390 470 420 550

239 250 239 308 250 272 308 351 272 351

340 390 340 470 390 420 470 550 420 550

239 239 250 250 308 308 272 272 351 351

0.63

241

260,000

390.0

0.06

45 45

75

26.63

0.82

75

45.60 0.44

456,002 4,390

684.0 6.59

0.26 0.68

471

66.50

665,018

997.53

2.52

25,227

1,118.0 37.84

4.74 12.87 12.87 0.92

47,367 128,738 128,738 9,150

71.1 193.1 193.1 13.7

9.37 42.0

93,660 420,000

140.5 630.0

3.02 130.74

30,235 1,307,416

45.4 1,961.1

0.40 -

-

890 340 700 390 1060 470 1800 420 550

3,585 2,750 6,500 1,540 3,440 2,176 9,940 2,808 12,859 3,107 9,650 3,750 6,950 1,232 2,720 16,600 351 11,160 3,824 5,250 5,258 924 3,250 272 2,772 351 1,360 10,621 702 13,342 3,107 2,868 5,250 3,250 3,388 2,464 5,712 1,904 8,775 2,457 26,232 12,943 200 4,063 150 5,750 150 1,232 215 2,176 54,168 351 13,572

63,876 5,000 1,000 4,140 9,000 10,140

92

17,750

0.67

340 390 470 125 420 550

340 340 390 390 470 470 420 420 550 550

200 239 150 250 150 308 215 272 351

17 23 4 8 383 1 374 53

390.0 228.75

0.43

Unit Size SM

239 250 308 80 272 351

0.56 A B C D E

Unit Foot Print with garage SM

15 11 5 43 8 43 8 47

260,000 152,499

D evelopment P rogram : H otels

TRANSPORTATION Total Retail Commercial Roadsand (main connection road within resort) Transportation subtotal Retail and Tourist Parking OPEN SPACE OUT SIDE OF DEVELOPMENT ZONES RESORTS (Includes internal circulation) River Protected Open Space 6 Star Deluxe Boutique resort H2 Site Total Development Area Back of House and Public

0.67

Land Area 0.92 Hectare

Spa Valley Resort Area Development 26.00 Villa 15.25 LobbySubtotal Courtyard back of House Riding Academy COMMERCIAL/RETAIL/ENTERTAINMENT (includes internal circulation) Rooms Retail Total Spa Valley Resort 26.00 Apartments Cable Car 5 and 6 Star Hotel Parking (lower levels at 5 star hotel) Simatai Village C1 1.78 Hotel Subtotal Villa Shopping

25,227 37.84 LAND AREA 47,367 71.1

1,235 1,235 2,500 2,500 13,795 16,813 BUILDING AREA 27,795 34,313 Total Foot Gross Building print Area 9,150 36,600 SM Sq. M

80 35

787 75 Salam Resort

5,100 4,290 6,663 2,350 5,625 3,360 12,288 4,400 19,500 4,420 11,250 5,850 1,880 18,551 4,200 29,801 550 16,900 5,440 8,190 7,480 1,410 5,070 420 4,230 550 2,100 16,010 1,100 19,980 4,420 4,080 8,190 5,070 5,170 3,760 8,820 2,940 13,750 3,850 40,350 19,700 200 5,780 700 8,970 150 1,880 1,800 3,360 89,011 550 20,540

1.853 3.750 20.69 41.69 Ground Floor (MU) 13.725 0.0015

5.378 4.125 9.75 2.310 5.16 3.264 14.91 4.212 19.289 4.661 14.48 5.625 1.848 4.080 14.48 0.527 16.740 5.74 7.88 7.887 1.39 4.875 0.41 4.158 0.53 2.040 15.93 1.053 20.013 4.66 4.302 7.88 4.875 5.08 3.696 8.57 2.856 13.16 3.686 39.35 19.415 0.30 6.095 0.23 8.625 0.23 1.848 0.32 3.264 70.83 0.527 20.358

55% 59% Site Coverage 100%

33% 43%

20% 46%

45%

102

48% 40%

37%

106

42%

482

116,499 3,000

100.95 2.250

15% 68%

13,078 284,032 1,235 2,500 426 16,813 0.427

15.090 252.18 1.853 3.750 500 20.69

4%

25%

59% 100%

13.725

6,500

6,663

9.75

471 723

1,989

0.4472272 55%

41.69

36,600

94

16 2

74,248 1,500

s i m a t a i c h9,150 ina

26 24 42 26 11 16 42 14 50 14 171

28%

70%

69

4

34 46 8

5.250 18.75

34,313 1 Nov 08

26 30 8 20 2

18%

3,500 8,243 12,500

27,795

94

86 32 42 44 3 26 2 18 2 10 81

95.81 7.50 1.50 6.21 13.500 15.21

FAR Mu

30 22 10 16 16

96,620 7,250 1,200 6,750 6,000 15,200 6,000 2,500 16,485 14,500

10,060 175,069 1,235 2,500 MU Building Area 13,795

Parking spaces 784

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5 and 6 Star Hotel Parking (lower levels at 5 star hotel) DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM METRIC: OPTION 1 SITE COVERAGE 28% Hotel Subtotal 45.60 November 4, 2008

456,002

DRAGON VALLEY

684.0

0.26

471

LAND AREA

TOTAL RESORT PROGRAM

TRANSPORTATION RESIDENTIAL (includes internal circulation) Roads (main Fortune 500connection Club housesroad within resort) Transportation subtotal

R1

OPEN SPACE OUT SIDE OF DEVELOPMENT ZONES River Protected Open Space Total Development Fortune 500 Area Club houses

665,018

997.53

Land Area Hectare

Land Area Sq M.

Mu 1,118.0 0.0015

12.87 2.97 12.87

128,738 29,651 128,738

193.1 44.5 193.1

9.37 42.0 R2

Roads River Open Space Total Public Area Fortune 500 Club houses

66.50

R3

93,660 420,000

140.5 630.0

130.74 2.43

1,307,416 24,339

1,961.1 36.5

12.87 9.37 42.00 64.24

128,738 93,660 420,000 642,398

2.96

0.43 Plot Ratio FAR

Unit Type

0.66 -

44.3

A B C D E

Resort Area Dragon Valley Resort Area Open Space Dragon Valley Fortune 500 Club houses Total Resort Area (Excludes River and Road)

R4

39.59 28.29 3.21 67.88

Total Built Area (Villas, Hotel, Commercial) Dragon Valley Resort (not including parking garage) FAR (348mu/1018mu)

A B C D E

395,868 282,900.00 32,121 678,768 232,232 232,232

MU 593.80 424.35 48.2 1018.15

R5

3.68

Total Site Coverage Dragon Valley Resort (not including parking garage) Site Coverage Percentage (234/1018)

36,830

A B C D E

348.3 348 55.2

155,779 155,779

233.7 234

152,499

228.75

23%

Villa Subtotal

15.25

13 15 4 10 1 43

239 250 308 272 351

22 13 9 5 2 51

239 250 308 272 351

12 13 8 7 7 47

239 250 308 272 351

Total building

0.63

A B C footprint D E

17 23 4 8 1 53

239 250 308 272 351

SM

Maid/Laundry 340 Utility 390 Entertainment Fitness 470 Lounge 420 Bath 550 Bath Bedroom

340

241

116,499

SM

18 42 15

3,585 2,750 1,540 4 2,176 19 2,808 12,859 4 3,107 3,750 1,232 2,720 351 11,160

12 15 21 21 17

5,258 8 3,250 5 2,772 16 1,360 702 11 13,342 19

2,868 8 3,250 50 2,464 1,904 2,457 4 12,943 4,063 5,750 1,232 2,176 351 13,572

309

354

Total units

63,876 108

117 96,620

Villa Shopping

C2

0.44

Lot Size

75 17,750

26.63

0.82

4,390

6.59

0.68

Note:Retail MuVillage is unit of measure in China (1 mu = 666 sm) B.O.H. Theater Silk Road Bazaar Total Total Retail and Commercial

S elected

C3

2.52

25,227

81 129 99 309 42 351

37.84

0.92

9,150

13.7

3.02

30,235

45.4

RESORTS (Includes internal circulation) 6 Star Deluxe Boutique resort Site

Garden/Court Lot Coverage

9,000 400 3,500 229 12,500 43%

TOTAL NUMBER OF1,500 UNITS TOTAL SALEABLE 10,060 AREA

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Retail and Tourist Parking

75

80

H2

17

- 33 5,10012 4,290 2,350 5 3,360 4,400 19,500 6 12 4,420 14 5,850 10 1,880 4,20037 55024 16,90020 - 17 7,480 8 5,070 6 4,230 2,100 18 1,100 10 19,980 - 23 4,080 8 5,07033 3,76036 2,940 3,850 5 19,700 5,780 105 8,970 109 1,880 140 3,360 354 550 42 20,540 396

Lower Level 390 Ground Floor 470 Second Floor 420 TOTAL 550 Garage Total

33,372

COMMERCIAL/RETAIL/ENTERTAINMENT (includes internal circulation) Retail Apartments Cable Car Simatai Village C1 1.78

100.95

Sq. M 0.427

FAR Mu

470

0.56

74,248

471

175,069 2 LEVELS PLUS BASEMENT Total Foot Gross284,032 Building Unit Size print A AreaB 2 BR/study 3 BR/Family MU Building Area 426

420 MBR 550 Mbath/CL BR BR Bath 340 Bath 390 Office 470 Library 420 Family 550 Circulation

0.61

34%

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239 250 308 272 351

16,485 15%

BUILDING AREA Program Areas forVillaVillas(SM) Salam Simatai Residential Program

Family Dine Living 340 Kitchen 390 Breakfast 470 Powder BR420 BR550 Bath 1 Bath 2 Study 340 Tea Room 390 Circulation

0.68

CALCULATION BASED ON VILLA AND GARAGE (no exterior courtyard) Hectare

15 11 5 8 8 47

-0.69

193.11 140.49 630.00 963.60 MU

29,558

A B C D E

787 Number of Units

Unit Foot Print with garage SM

8,243

Salam Resort 75

1,235 2,500 13,795 27,795

simatai china 9,150

41,418 400 6,000 6,000 249 2,500 14,500 38%

7-Jun-08

252.18

25% Site C Floor (MU) D Coverage Ground 4BR/Pavilion 500 5BR/office 0.4472272 0.0015 23 43 205.378 154.125 52.310 143.264

4.212 7 19.289 20 4.661 18 5.625 10

1.848

404.080 240.527 16.740 27 26 77.887 74.875

4.158 2.040 19 1.053 10 20.013 32 124.302 434.875 293.696

17 38 9 4 14 17 5 43% 5 18 15 30 22 46% 18 17 5 4 20

10

45% 16 10 36 22

1,989 Parking

E spaces 6BR

27 37 30 20 22 104 16 16

24 16 946

6 20 26 17 30 27 8 20 30 2 30 86 16

24 446 266 15 18 10 17 4

10

102

10 24 11

63.686

6

26 56 46 16 17 14 146

19.415

40%

94

90 142 126 358 42 37% 400

146 46 204 8 154 16 504 2 42 106 546

457 358 4495.81 60 42% 20,108 21,480

45 482

2.856

6.095

122 8.625 175 1.848 160 3.264 457 0.527 42 20.358 499

6 18

34

504 22,680

450 13.500

500

600

2335.250

316

354

18.75

48%

70%

37%

3,000 374.00

2.250

68%

13,078 139,058

15.090 1.853 3.750 20.69

55%

34,313

41.69

59%

36,600

13.725

100%

1,235 2,500 16,813

723

41%

Village 70 R1: Unit Count

1 Nov 08

784


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C C A1 B2

E B2

D1

A1

D2

B2

B1

A1

B2

A2 A1

A2

A2 A1

C

D2

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Land Area in Hectare and Mu (unit of measure in China 1 mu = 666 sm) Road 12.87 Hectare 193 Mu Open Space 28.29 Hectare 424 Mu River 9.37 Hectare 141 Mu 5 Star Hotel 5.03 Hectare 75.4 Mu Markets 4.74 Hectare 71 Mu 6 Star Hotel 3.02 Hectare 45.2 Mu Villas 26.8 Hectare 402 Mu 14,525

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17,750

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4,390

2,620 1,940 3,230

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2,506

2,565

3,275 3,785

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2,604 2,825 2,455

2,568

6,841

2,921

1,874

2,550 2,440

6,466

2,710

2,877 6,193 3,073

2,781

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11.63 hectares 174.54 mu

.54hectares 8.03 mu 3.02 hectares 45.25 mu 4.6 hectares 68.97 mu

.74 hectares 11.06 mu

.28 hectares 4.19 mu

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P hoto R eference : O verall S ite F rom R esort E ntry

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Photo reference: Ancient Simatai Village

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Photo reference: Inside the Simatai Walled Village

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Photo Reference: Typical Village Sites

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Photo Reference: View into Lower Lake and 6 Star Site

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Photo Reference: View from 6-Star Site to Wall

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Photo Reference: View from Wall into Dragon Valley

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Phot reference: View to Wall from Silk Road Market Site

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Conclusion

PROJECT TEAM

The Concept Master Plan for Salam Resort at Simatai defines the land use, the density and site coverage, the design concepts for the villas, hotels, and markets, and the overal character and program for the resort. This Concept Plan program is based on the agreed upon Memorandum of Understanding with Mi Yun County.

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The next step of the planning and design process is the Final Master Plan which will coordinate this Concept Master Plan with the Engineering Feasibility Study carried out by Hyder. The Final Master Plan will also incorpate the comments of the government planners. Working with a local Design Institute, the document will follow the required format for review and approval.

Farhan Faraidooni

Aaron Wang

Alexis Bhanja

Randy Lyon

Jeffrey Blydenburgh

Lou Cervetto

Tony Leong

Chris Miles

Mark Wang

Fady Khalife

Pete Karamitsanis

Raymond Cheng

Victor Viso

Chris Hamon

Vicky Wang

John Harkins

Patrea St. John

Francis Kung

Charles Legler

Su Xio Li

Willam Bonham

Stephan Porter

Brooks Weiss

Stewart Tyler

Andrew Hungerford

When the Final Master Plan is completed, the detail design stage will begin. A local Design Institute will be selected to join the design team to provide design and construction documents. Lighthouse Leisure International, LLC November 1, 2008

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