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  • Beach at Luxury Resort Six Senses Con Dao in Vietnam | Only Exclusive Travel
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  • Luxury Resort Amanoi in Vietnam | Only Exclusive Travel
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Lying on the eastern edge of the Indochinese peninsula, Vietnam is a beautiful ‘S’-shaped country. Although it may initially spring to mind as being the subject of much political unrest, its plethora of cultural intricacies, stunningly picturesque scenery and amiable locals make it an extremely welcoming and intriguing Asia holiday destination.

Their national slogan, ‘Independence – Freedom – Happiness’, beautifully encapsulates the collective personality of the nation even though the cultural offerings are varied. You can go from the French colonially influenced Hanoi in the north and the bustling and energetic Ho Chi Minh City in the south, near to Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers resort. As a communist country, Vietnam has no official religion and so people follow all sorts of creeds.

With 3000km of coastline outlining the mainland, Vietnam is endowed with stretches of stunning white beaches gradually sinking into the calm blue waters of the South China Sea, easily accessible when staying at Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai. Escape the exposing sun under the cover of towering jungle covered mountains whilst bathing in the waters. At the seaside, these magnificent rocky micro-islands protrude from the waters, emphasising our status as tiny humans on a vast globe of sea and land. Given that Vietnam’s narrowest point is only 30 miles (48km) wide, it is astounding how diverse its terrain is. Vietnam's mountains, forests, wetlands, and long coastline contain many different habitats containing hundreds of animal, bird and sea-life species. Explore the land perched upon a bicycle, as the locals do, and watch in awe at their expertly laden contraptions.

Further inland you can visit the shimmering paddy fields, the origin of much of the country’s rice exports. Other trades include crude oil, seafood, shoes, rubber electronic, coffee, and clothing lovingly brought about by smiling fishermen, farmers and craftsmen, many adorned in traditional cone-shaped hats. It is also worth spending a few Dongs (the currency in Vietnam) on the fragrant cuisine; Vietnamese food is a blend of Chinese and Thai styles and features seafood and home-grown fruits and vegetables. Sounds delicious.

Take a look a our luxury Vietnam resorts for a true Vietnamese experience.

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Resident Offer - Six Senses Con Dao

Stay 5 nights only pay for 3, stay 7 nights only pay for 4 or stay 10 nights only pay for 6. *Only applicable on 2 Bedroom Oceanfront Villas and Villa categories above*

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22 Apr 2017 - 22 Dec 2017

Early Booking Discount - Six Senses Con Dao

Book 45 days prior to arrival and receive 10% discount off the villa rate.

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22 Apr 2017 - 22 Dec 2017

Bonus Nights - Six Senses Ninh Van Bay

Stay 4 nights only pay for 3 on a Bed and Breakfast basis, stay 7 nights pay for 5 or stay 10 nights pay for 7.

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25 Apr 2017 - 21 Dec 2017

Early Bird Offer - Six Senses Ninh Van Bay

Book 45 days in advance and receive 10% discount off the villa rate.

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21 Apr 2017 - 21 Dec 2017

Weather

Vietnam climate is so diverse that there is almost no definition of an average temperature for the whole country, however, all year round there is always a region with a perfectly pleasant climate for you to stay.

The North of Vietnam experiences two main distinct seasons. In winter months, the weather gets colder and colder from November to March and considerably warmer in April. In the summer (from May to October), the whole region is quite hot. Temperature may rise to 37°C in the peaks of June and July.

Central Vietnam’s climate, as one may expect, is in-between that of the North and South. The coastal strip is usually dry and hotter than the rest in the summer. However, storms and typhoons strike this area more frequently than the northern coasts in summer months (from July to November).

The South of Vietnam, merely 8 degrees north of the Equator, experiences the typical humid tropical climate that one would expect. During the monsoon season (from May to November), daily downpours are expected every afternoon, whereas in the dry season, it is hot from late February to April. Ho Chi Minh City enjoys rather equitable tropical climate with high humidity all year round.

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Activities

Oh Vietnam. Packed full of culture and history, this country offers many activities whilst you're on your family holiday in South East Asia. Engage in the one-off culture, see the rice fields and do a spot of fishing before hitting the town for a spot of shopping and drinks or entertainment well into the night.

Countryside & Wildlife

Countryside & Wildlife

Vietnam's flora and fauna is as exotic, abundant and varied as any tropical country. It is home to 275 species of mammal more than 800 species of bird,180 species of reptile, 80 species of amphibian, hundreds of species of fish and thousands of species of invertebrates. Every now and then Vietnam throws up a new creature that manages to elude scientific classification. Vietnam's hot, moist climate is home to elephants, bears, tigers and leopards as well as some smaller animals like monkeys, squirrels, and otters. Reptiles such as crocodiles, snakes and lizards can be found that prosper in Vietnam. The forests are usually dense and home to the large mammals mentioned above, and have a broad range of evergreens in them, in addition to vegetation indigenous to rain forests.

Trekking

Trekking

Trekking and Hiking in Vietnam is one of the prime attractions for those looking for active adventure holidays in Vietnam. Apart from the sheer thrill factor of exploring the many untouched territories and marveling at the wonderful beauty herein, these Vietnamese treks will also familiarise you with the indigenous nature of the country.

Fishing

Fishing

Vietnam is no exception to the global rule that young people are leaving rural areas to find work in the big cities. Yet people still need to eat and it's vital that fishing and farming techniques are not abandoned. On a fun adventure into the countryside you can learn about rural Vietnamese life while trying your hand at gardening, weaving palm leaves, casting fishing nets, rowing a tub boat and even riding a water buffalo through a rice paddy!

Golf

Golf

Recently, Vietnam was named as the "Undiscovered Golf Destination of the Year" by the International Association of Golf Travel Operators. With its fascinating history, ancient culture, superb climate, and now its offering fantastic championship golf courses designed for the golfer on and off the course. Among the existing golf courses, there are five 36-hole courses such as Vietnam Country Club, Long Thanh Golf Club and Song Be Golf Club in Ho Chi Minh City and King's Island Golf Club, Chi Linh Star Golf & Country Club in the Hanoi, twelve 18-hole courses including the exclusive Van Tri Golf Club and Tam Dao Golf Club, and three 9-hole courses, all around Saigon.

Shopping

Shopping

The variety of quality goods and the tempting prices make shopping in Vietnam hard to resist. A little tip: many visitors come away from the shops beaming, as it is usually easy to bargain the prices down to as much as a third of the original cost (but don't tell anyone we told you). The list of Vietnamese bargains is seemingly endless and features bespoke tailoring and the national dress, the 'ao dai' from high-quality silk and many other types of material and textiles while many shoppers cannot get enough of the local handicraft, art and jewellery.

Horse Riding

Horse Riding

Horse riding is a splendid option to explore the interiors of Vietnam. The country in some places is unbelievably beautiful with the lush green mountains and charming coastlines. Take a horseback ride in Cao Son which is not only attractive for its scenic beauty, but also due to the people who inhabit it. They are friendly, welcoming and through them you can learn a lot about the culture of Vietnam. Most of the beaches in Vietnam also have the option of horse riding.

Nightlife

Nightlife

The nightlife scene in Vietnam is changing dramatically; big cities like Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi are now full of lively pubs, clubs and bars. The good news is that it's not particularly expensive, as Vietnam brews some of the cheapest draught beer in the world. Catch one of the many beautiful culture shows which present the important and rich facets of Vietnamese culture, such as the Vietnamese Water Puppet Show and traditional dance spectacles.

Beaches

Beaches

Vietnam's idyllic tropical beaches have long been a favorite amongst locals and intrepid travelers. In recent years, the beach scene has inevitably expanded as foreigners discover the turquoise waters and unique scuba diving along the country's central and south coast. While there are plenty of well-appointed resorts, adventurers can find welcoming budget bungalows and even some unassuming beach towns still untouched by developers.

Amusement Parks

Amusement Parks

The Saigon Water Park in Ho Chi Minh City is an ideal place to chill out in the heat by soaking in the wave pool or shooting down along the water slides. Its major attractions include a raft slide and the “twister”, the two fully enwrapped sliding tubes that bend around each other. For those who are not looking for too much excitement, the park offers gentler rides like “Lazy River” or swim in the large pool. T

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