Unwinding in Vietnam s Top Resorts
sonnguyen 18-08-2021, 07:56

High-class dining and oceanfront thrills are apart of Vietnam's six-star living.



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AmanoiAmanoi (Ninh Thuan) is the first 6-star resort in Vietnam, built in Nui Chua National Park and Vinh Hy Bay. It has 36 villas with views of the sea or the hills. The resort owns the most expensive villa in Vietnam with prices up to US$8,000/night, the lowest is from US$1,150/night.Ninh Thuan is the first 6-star resort in Vietnam, built in Nui Chua National Park and overlooking Vinh Hy Bay. It has 36 villas with views of the sea or the hills.



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Staying here, visitors seem to be "huddled" by the green forest, the sound of waves and the fresh air. The resort also offers experiences such as exploring the bay by kayak or catamaran, diving to see corals, discovering Cham culture, conquering the top of Chua mountain. The resort also offers experiences such as exploring the bay by kayak or catamaran, diving to see corals, discovering Cham culture, and conquering the top of Chua mountain.



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InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is built on the hills of Son Tra peninsula, Da Nang with panoramic views of the blue sea. The resort was also honored as the world's leading green resort at the World Travel Award 2018.

It has a beach stretching 700 meters, where visitors can enjoy the warm sunshine, soak up the cool seawater or sit under the coconut trees and enjoy refreshing drinks. From here, you can easily go to the natural ecological area and visit the animals. In addition, visitors can also visit Linh Ung Pagoda on the peninsula, where there is a 67-meter-high Bodhisattva statue.



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By Bill Bensley, the resort has a harmonious beauty between traditional Vietnamese architecture and modernity, reflected in black and white tones. The resort stretches through 4 floors, respectively named Heaven, Sky, Earth and Sea. The resort includes a penthouse, villa, and suite rooms, priced from US$4,275 per night. Bensley, the resort has a harmonious beauty between traditional Vietnamese architecture and modernity, reflected in black and white tones.



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Six Senses Ninh Van Bayis a resort in Ninh Hoa, Khanh Hoa province. It has villas on the beach, on the water and on large rocks. All villas are facing the sea, have a private swimming pool and a garden or sun terrace. Room rates here are from VND10 million (US$438)/night.



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The resort offers visitors many experiences such as climbing, visiting Nha Phu Bay on wooden boats, sea kayaking, fishing, scuba diving, exploring the forest, and watching animals. According to Six Senses, Ninh Van Bay, the resort sits on a dramatic bay looking out to the East Vietnam Sea so it can only be approached by water. Impressive rock formations, white sand beach and a backdrop of towering mountains add to the fantasy.



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Laguna Lang Co (Phu Loc, Thua Thien Hue) is a complex resort built in Lang Co Bay, which is famous for its pristine beaches, majestic mountains and tropical forests. The villa area has 32 canal view villas and 17 sea view villas, on Canh Duong beach.



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The villas here are designed in the traditional house style of Hue, inside are decorated with Champa sandstone sculptures, Dong Son drums, calligraphy, ceramics, and embroidered silk paintings. Room rates here from VND8,000,000 (US$350)/night. The resort also offers visitors many experiences such as a basket boat tour to explore the lagoon of Lang Co and the local fishing village, a tour of Bach Ma National Park.




Unwinding in Vietnam s Top Resorts

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