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VIETNAM Phan Thiet Local Villagers

A simple yet enduring scene and an iconic image of traditional Vietnamese life.

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Discovering Vietnam's Halong Bay by boat is an unforgettable way to explore this UNESCO world heritage sight. 

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VIETNAM Laguna Lang Co Hoi An Lantern

Beautiful silk lanterns are emblematic of Vietnam and you will find them in markets in Hoi An and across Vietnam. Buy some to take home with you as an enduring reminder of your Vietnamese adventure.

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VIETNAM Street Scene Hanoi

Rickshaws are an everyday mode of transport in Hanoi; flag one down and enjoy the ride!

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Amanoi’s sparkling white-sand beach on one of Vietnam’s most undiscovered and beautiful coastlines – Vinh Hy Bay.

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Situated on a white sand beach overlooking the spectacular Vinh Hy Bay, Amanoi is Aman’s first property in Vietnam and perfect for rejuvenating the mind and soul.

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Soak up the spectacular views from your private villa at Amanoi. The Pavilions are perched far enough from the sea for the passing fishing boats to be a distant romantic hum, but close enough to feel connected to it.

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Colourful fishing boats jostle in readiness for the day’s fishing, providing the vital ingredient for Phan Thiet‘s finest export: fish sauce.

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Local women enjoying a sit and a gossip!

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VIETNAM Dalat

Exotic fruit are displayed at this bountiful market in Dalat, located in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

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VIETNAM Six Senses Ninh Van Bay

Luxury accommodation is carved out between smooth boulders and backed by towering mountains at the uber-private Six Senses Ninh Van Bay resort.

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VIETNAM Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Presidential Villa At Sunset

Set on its own stretch of white sand beach away from the main resort, the vast presidential villa at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay offers assured privacy and an extremely high level of comfort including a spa treatment room.

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VIETNAM Six Senses Hideaway Ninh Van Bay Nha Trang

Boulders of natural rock are used to carve out a private plunge pool overlooking the East Vietnam Sea on the deck your super-stylish villa at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, Nha Trang

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VIETNAM Rock Villa Bathroom

Open-sided to sensational sea views, the stylish bathrooms at Six Senses Hideaway Ninh Van Bay re-write the rulebook on rustic chic.

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VIETNAM Nam Hai Beach Nha Trang

The calm, curved bay of Nha Trang offers the perfect beach break. Sip exotic cocktails at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay whilst enjoying superb service and dreamy views.

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Old-fashioned Vietnamese teak boats moor up so guests can explore the hidden beaches, lakes and lagoons of Halong Bay.

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Prop up the bar and drink in the gorgeous views aboard Paradise Peak, Halong Bay’s most luxurious junk boat.

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Head for the top deck of Paradise Peak to catch some rays as you explore the stunning karst island studded Halong Bay.

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If you feel like a private dinner aboard Paradise Peak, the in suite dining is a sumptuous and romantic spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

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VIETNAM Ha Long Bay

The mystical landscape of Halong Bay is made up of foliage-clad karst structures, rising up from the emerald sea, best viewed on an overnight luxury cruise.

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VIETNAM Six Senses Can Dao Movies At Night

Chill out in a hammock, under a blanket of stars, whilst you watch your favourite movie at Six Senses Hideaway Can Dao.

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VIETNAM Six Senses Can Dao Condao Exterior

Set on a remote island within the Con Dao archipelago, the polished Six Senses Con Dao resort stretches across one of the best beaches in Vietnam.

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VIETNAM Six Senses Can Dao By The Beach Interior

Feel the sea breeze, drink in the stunning beach scene and feast on the freshest seafood at Vietnam's island paradise, Six Senses Can Dao.

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VIETNAM Sofitel Metropole Hanoi 2

A historic hotel in central Hanoi, the Sofitel Metropole has a welcoming and colonial atmosphere and it is our top choice for a glamorous city stay.

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Find out more about Vietnam’s salt production in Phan Thiet. Once the water from the salt fields has evaporated, salt is painstakingly gathered by local workers.

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The glamorous La Residence Hotel & Spa in Hue evokes the Jazz Age era of French Colonial Vietnam with its distinctive Art Deco architecture.

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VIETNAM Nha Trang

Fishing boats bob off the coast of Nha Trang. The fishing industry is an important source of income for Vietnamese living on this fertile coastline.

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VIETNAM Nam Hai Hoi An

Find peace and calm beneath countless palm trees at zen-like Nam Hai, set on one of Asia's finest stretches of beach on the South China Sea.

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VIETNAM Nam Hai Hoi An Pool Villa Private Pool

Villas at the Nam Hai come with sizeable private swimming pools and are only steps from powder soft sand on a picture-perfect beach.

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VIETNAM Local Man Cycling

Local life in Vietnam: a fast-paced bicycler picks up bamboo and fresh herbs from the market.

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VIETNAM Local Fisherman

This local fisherman rows back to shore with a successful day’s catch laid out to catch buyers attention.

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VIETNAM Lang Co Beach Resort

Duck through the ancient gateways of beautifully preserved Hue to reveal original 18th century silk shops and Buddhist temples.

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VIETNAM Lang Co Beach Resort Laguna Lang Fishing Village

There is a unique skill in manoeuvring these woven fishing boats around. Of course the Vietnamese fishermen make it look easy!

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VIETNAM Ha Long Bay At Dusk

Halong Bay at dusk: magical! Living aboard a luxury boat gives you the unique opportunity to see Halong Bay in its finest lights.

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VIETNAM Girls In Local Dress

Learn more about the fascinating Hmong tribes people of Vietnam and admire their intricate hand stitched clothing and unchanged way of life.

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VIETNAM Floating Market Victoria Can Tho

See how the Vietnamese haggle and barter for fresh produce at the floating market in Can Tho – a real slice of Vietnamese life.

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Locations in Hanoi & North

Vietnam is a country with many highlights and there’s a lot to take in. Alternate the pace of your trip: buzzy Hanoi followed by chilled beachtime in Nha Trang; cultural sight-seeing in historic Hoi An with a graceful glide through the dreamlike Halong Bay; or trek the forest-clad mountains of Sapa then learn about Vietnam’s cuisine on a cooking tour.

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Con Dao

The Con Dao Islands, located in the remote archipelago of the Ba Ria-Vung province, are an area of notable outstanding...

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Dalat

This former French colonial outpost in the mountainous Central Highlands enjoys a cooler climate than the rest of the south....

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Danang

The coastal city of Danang in central Vietnam is well known for its long stretches of white sandy beaches and...

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Dong Hoi

The coastal city of Dong Hoi, long overlooked by visitors, is an up and coming destination and the gateway to...

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Halong

Legend has it that the dragon that rose from the Red River, creating civilisation at Hanoi plunged into the sea...

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Hanoi

In 1010 Emperor Ly Thai To founded his capital on the fertile banks of the Red River, which he christened...

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Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

Renamed Ho Chi Minh City in 1975 in honour of the nationalist leader, most people still call Vietnam's largest city...

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Hoi-An

The historical town of Hoi-An was Vietnam's most important port between the 16th and 18th centuries, attracting merchants from as...

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Hue

While imperial rule ended almost six decades ago, the charming central city of Hue still bears the marks of its...

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Ky Son

Located 55 km to the west of Hanoi, Ky Son is a timeless hamlet of the historic Duong Lam Village,...

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Mai Chau

Mai Chau is located in the mountainous province of Hoa Binh province, approximately 135 km north from Hanoi. Mai Chau...

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Mekong Delta

By the time the Mekong reaches Vietnam, it has travelled from its source high in the Tibetan Plateau, through China,...

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Nha Trang

The sun-washed town of Nha Trang, with its wide avenues and seaside promenade, is located on the dramatic coastline of...

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Ninh Binh

Likened to an inland Halong Bay, the towering karsts of Ninh Binh provide a dramatic backdrop to the paddy fields...

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Phan Thiet (Mui Ne)

Lying to the North East of Ho Chi Minh City, is the charming fishing village of Phan Thiet. The area...

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Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc is the largest of all the Vietnamese islands, an hour's flight from Saigon, it is situated in pristine...

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Sapa

The small market town of Sapa is perched dramatically on the edge of a high plateau in the Tonkinese Alps...

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Vinh Hy Bay

Amanoi is located on Vinh Hy Bay in Ninh Thuan Province. Otherwise known as one corner of the tourism triangle,...

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