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Saigon


Ninh Van Bay


SOUTHERN VIETNAM & BEACHES


Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) is an attractive city with fascinating monuments and museums as well as great shops and gourmet restaurants. Further afield, the intricate network of waterways that make up the landscape of the Mekong Delta offer a timeless vision of Vietnam at work and play. Along the coastline luxurious accommodation is often found in beautiful unspoilt beach locations.


SAIGON (HO CHI MINH CITY) Vietnam’s commercial and cultural heart is today one of the most dynamic cities in Asia. With over 200 temples, a wealth of museums, shops and restaurants and the bustling chaos of Ben Thanh Market, it evokes the very essence of Vietnamese character past and present.


CU CHI TUNNELS North west of Saigon, this remarkable network of underground tunnels was dug out by the Viet Cong and utilised as a springboard from which to launch the Tet Offensive in 1968. Preserved as a war memorial, some parts of the 120 km long network can be explored.


THE PARK HYATT, SAIGON Centrally located, this grandiose hotel is conveniently located close to the impressive Opera House in downtown Saigon. Its 252 colonial style rooms offer exceptional facilities and stunning views across the city or the gardens.


AN LAM SAIGON RIVER, SAIGON


NEW Comprising 7 luxurious riverside villas, this exquisite private residence lies just a 15 minute boat ride from the


centre of Ho Chi Minh City. Set amongst tropical gardens and offering unparalleled views of the Saigon River, the property’s 16 guest rooms each provide exclusive, contemporary comforts with a hint of Vietnamese elegance, making it the perfect place to end your journey.


MEKONG DELTA Essential to the very livelihood of its people, the network of channels and tributaries that make up the Mekong Delta offers a window on life amongst the remote fishing villages and traditional colourful floating markets. The Delta can be visited on a day trip from Saigon or as part of a longer journey into Cambodia.


VICTORIA HOTELS CAN THO & CHAU DOC The Victoria hotels are the only luxury hotels in the Mekong Delta. The Victoria Can Tho rooms have colonial charm and the hotel is located next to the natural beauty of the river. Victoria’s Chau Doc Hotel is ideally located to explore the fascinating Chau Doc region along the banks of the Bassac River.


THE BEACHES OF VIETNAM Vietnam’s beaches offer a refreshingly unspoilt alternative for a relaxing beach holiday. Its long coastline provides plenty of scope, with beautifully unblemished locations, such as Phu Quoc and Ninh Van Bay, with a choice of luxurious accommodation offering a little slice of paradise.


LA VERANDA, PHU QUOC A luxury boutique beach resort set on the beautiful island of Phu Quoc, La Veranda is a lovely mix of tropical gardens, Caribbean ambience and traditional Asian style. With 43 rooms and suites overlooking the gardens or the beach, guests are treated to exquisite dining and a wonderfully indulgent spa.


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