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.
  • 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.
  • Part of Mai Chau’s appeal is how little there is there, set four hours’ drive from Hanoi, it’s rural as can be, with valleys given over to greenery, mountains that change floral coats with the seasons, placid lakes and natural parks.
  • 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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