The Hmong Village resort in Quang Ba District, around 50 kilometers northeast of Ha Giang Town in the epynomous province, has 25 bungalows surrounded by green trees and picturesque natural scenery.
One of its highlights is bungalows designed in the shape of rattan baskets that Hmong women sling on their backs to carry rice and other things.
The 20-hectare resort opened its door to tourists in July last year.
All its rooms use eco-friendly materials and have distinctive Hmong looks.
It also has a community guesthouse that can accommodate up to 40 people.
A night’s stay at the bungalows costs from VND2.4 million ($105.31).
On Cat Co beach in the northern port city of Hai Phong, Flamingo Cat Ba Resort attracts visitors with hanging gardens on the sides of its buildings comprising 50,000 trees and vines.
The buildings are connected by a bridge from where visitors can admire the pristine beach and turquoise waters.
The resort has 256 rooms, 60 sky villas and a presidential villa on the top floor.
Fairly close to the resort are tourist attractions such as Cat Ba National Park and Viet Hai ancient village, or visitors can go kayaking or on a cruise in Lan Ha Bay, which is relatively unknown compared to its world-famous cousin, Ha Long Bay.
The resort offers a two-day-one-night package for VND990,000 ($43.44) per person.
An Lam Retreats Ninh Van Bay in the central province of Khanh Hoa, home to resort towns Nha Trang and Cam Ranh, has a restaurant in the shape of a lotus flower on the sea. It is made of wood and bamboo.
The resort is located on a peninsula in Ninh Van Bay near pristine forests, natural streams and a long stretch of coastline that offers privacy and safety amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The only way to reach the resort is by boat.
It has 37 villas built of wood right by the sea with one to three bedrooms. In this picture are three-bedroom villas with private swimming pools overlooking the bay, ideal for family vacations.
Visitors can also go kayaking and on sunset cruises, visit lobster and fish farms, hike by the stream, or simply relax in the spa. The villas cost from VND6.6 million a night.
Hot Mineral Springs I-Resort Nha Trang in Vinh Ngoc District, Nha Trang, has lush green vegetation, a waterfall and a water park.
It has nine bungalows and five villas built from eco-friendly materials such as wood, stone, nipa leaves, and recycled door frames. All room types are equipped with one or two semi-outdoor baths with natural hot mineral water.
Rooms cost from VND4 million a night. Visitors can enjoy mineral and mud baths or a 60-minute massage from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily and visit the mineral springs and water park.
The resort is set to reopen in early December.
By By Lan Huong for E.VNExpress.net
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