Guardian Royal City was officially inaugurated on April 15. (Photo: Guardian Vietnam)
Hanoi (VNA) – Guardian Vietnam on April 15 opened a retail store at Royal City, Hanoi, bringing the number of Guardian stores throughout the country to 49.

Located in one of the most popular shopping and entertainment complexes in Southeast Asia, Guardian Royal City promises to be an ideal shopping destination where customers can conveniently find a wide variety of genuine and high-quality health and beauty products from both local and international leading brands, CEO of Guardian Vietnam Pawin Sriusvagool said at the opening ceremony.

Guardian is a health and beauty retail chain operating under the Dairy Farm Group, a leading pan-Asia retailer which operates in 12 countries throughout Asia, consisting of health and beauty stores, convenience stores, supermarkets and hypermarkets

The first store in Vietnam was opened in 2011. Since then, Guardian has rapidly expanded its business in southern Vietnam with a network of 39 outlets in HCM City, two in Bien Hoa and two in Vung Tau.

“Guardian will continue to invest in Vietnam to bring the best products and services to our customers,” Pawin said, adding that the company saw significant potential in the retail market for health and beauty products, as well as in the modern retail industry of Vietnam.

Guardian has also offered thousands of attractive gifts and promotions to its customers to celebrate this occasion.-VNA