Luxury holidays in Vietnam

Destinations in Vietnam

  • Bình Thuan Province lies on Vietnam’s peaceful south-east coast. Inland there are colourful dragon fruit orchards, salt plains and the last vestiges of the Cham kingdom, such as crumbling towers and temples.
  • The largest city – and heart of the action – in the Mekong Delta, Can Tho is your best base for exploring floating markets and authentic Vietnamese cuisine.
  • Secluded beaches, rare wildlife and untouched natural beauty make this archipelago off the south coast of Vietnam one of the country’s best kept secrets.
  • Vietnam’s third-largest city is an intoxicating mix of non-stop city life and tranquil bleached-sand beaches.
  • Ho Chi Minh City may have the pace, but capital Hanoi has the grace. The French influence lives on in the city’s grand architecture, tree-lined boulevards and parks, just-baked baguettes and bohemian coffee shops of the former first city of Indochine.
  • Known as Saigon to the locals, this Southern Vietnamese city showcases a mix of vibrant Asian culture and colonial European elegance. Sweeping, tree-lined boulevards of boutiques run in to the street-stall-lined thoroughfares of a foodie’s paradise.
  • Hoi An will charm your pants off, but that’s fine – this is the tailoring capital of Vietnam, so it’s easy to find another pair.
  • There’s more to Vietnam’s leading seaside resort than a sweeping stretch of sand. Nha Trang, on the south-central coast, is a buzzing town that offers a compact window on the country for those overwhelmed by the scale of nearby Ho Chi Minh City or Hanoi.
  • Ninh Thuận Province in Vietnam is as-yet uncharted by tourists; laze on the often-deserted beaches or explore the ancient ruins of capital city Phan Rang–Tháp Chàm.
  • Full of edenic enclaves, James Bond-worthy bays and dramatic hilltops, peaceful Phu Yen province’s untouched landscape lies on Vietnam’s south-central coast.

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