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Monday, January 20, 2014

What's new under the sun? (in Vietnam)..

Is there anything new under the sun?
Yes indeed..
a stunning new Aman Resort
On the hill top.. 
the resort

After a scenic drive through Nui Chua National Park, guests ascend a broad bank of stairs to Amanoi’s Central Pavilion. On reaching the top, one experiences an unforgettable sense of arrival, as the panoramic views of the sea and coastline spread before one are simply breathtaking. Inspired by a traditional Vietnamese communal hall, the Central Pavilion occupies the hilltop and houses the Restaurant, Bar and an expansive terrace, all making the most of the breathtaking views. The resort’s Library offers a range of reading materials in several languages, together with a music collection and board games. The Boutique features a selection of traditional Vietnamese lacquerware, handmade jewellery and local bronze, copper, pottery and ceramic items, as well as resort apparel. Next to the Central Pavilion is the Cliff Pool, one of two swimming pools. The second is located at the Beach Club which overlooks the white-sand beach and offers dining and lounging areas, as well as a range of water sports equipment. The resort’s Aman Spa is a destination unto itself, set on a tranquil lake and surrounded by the National Park’s verdant hills. Amanoi's fitness options include a spacious, light-filled Gymnasium, a Pilates Studio and a lakeside Yoga Pavilion. There are also two outdoor tennis courts and a number of scenic walkingrunning and trekking routes on the property.

Entrance to this stunning resort 

Vinh Hy Bay 

Guest accommodation includes 31 Pavilions, a number with private swimming pools, and five Aman Villas, all positioned on the hillside with impressive views. The design of the Pavilions and Aman Villas fuses contemporary elegance with traditional Vietnamese architectural styles. Views are either of Nui Chua National Park, the lake on the property, or Vinh Hy Bay and the East Sea. Pavilions are identical in layout and design, and each offers a combined living and sleeping area, as well as a timber sundeck with sun loungers. Features include a king-size bed, sofa, writing desk, LCD TV with international channels, sound docking system, wireless Internet, mini-bar and espresso machine.
Amanoi provides five accommodation categories: Pavilions offer picturesque views of the surrounding mountains or the lake. Pool Pavilions feature a private swimming pool with panoramic views. Ocean Pavilions offer expansive views of Vinh Hy Bay and the East Sea, while Ocean Pool Pavilions offer similar views alongside private swimming pools. EachAman Villa consists of four or five free-standing bedroom pavilions, as well as living and dining pavilions and a large private swimming pool. A live-in housekeeper and cook meet all guests’ needs, including the preparation of Vietnamese or Western cuisine in the villa’s private kitchen.

vinh hy bay village
getting there
Vinh Hy Bay is accessed via Cam Ranh Airport which services Nha Trang. Cam Ranh Airport is a one-hour flight from Ho Chi Minh City, a one-hour-and-45-minute flight from Hanoi or a one-hour-and-25-minute flight from Danang. The flight is followed by a scenic 90-minute drive to Vinh Hy Bay.

Yoga Pavilion

Visas are required to enter, exit or transit through Vietnam. One- and three-month visas for single or multiple entries are available at any Vietnamese Embassy/Consulate before departure from country of origin. A visa on arrival can be obtained with a pre-approval letter obtained through your travel agency. There are a number of online Vietnam visa services.
Citizens of the following countries can enter Vietnam and stay for up to 15 days without visas: Brunei, Denmark, Finland, Japan, Norway, Russia, South Korea and Sweden. Citizens of ASEAN member countries (Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Laos) can stay for up to 30 days without visas. Passport holders from the Philippines can stay for 21 days without a visa.
Vietnam’s Ninh Thuan Province is known to have the best climate in the country, with average temperatures ranging from 22ºC to 35ºC. The area is protected by mountain ranges, which means that storms are rare. Annual rainfall is 700-800 millimetres, and approximately 250 days of the year are sunny.
Vietnamese is the official language of Vietnam, although English is also widely spoken.
Vietnam’s currency is the dong. ATMs are available at the airport or in Phan Rang. Amanoi accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Diners Club and JCB.
Southern Vietnam enjoys a tropical climate year round. Clothing made from lightweight cotton and linen fabrics is most comfortable.

 We'll be including this resort in one of our tours soon..
Further info when?.
contact me..

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