Vietnam offers you countless wonders of Nature and among these wonders enchanting tourist sites. Located in the heart of nature, in the mountains, these 3 resorts will make you want at least one try. Discover with us these treasures located in Da Lat, Hanoi and Sa Pa. Must See In Vietnam Editor
Isolated amid green pine forests and chilly weather, three resorts in Hanoi, Sa Pa and Da Lat are perfect for those craving intimacy with nature.
Amaya Retreat covers 10 hectares in the outlying district of Soc Son, around 10 kilometers from downtown Hanoi.
It has 12 bungalows with 16 bedrooms and a wooden suite villa with a private swimming pool.
A night’s stay costs from VND2.5 million ($105.61) on weekdays and VND2.9 million on weekends.
The resort offers meditation and yoga classes.
Bungalows here are mainly made of eco-friendly materials and designed in European style that offer forest views.
If you are lucky, you can see squirrels right from your bedroom.
Located in Sa Pa Town in the northern province of Lao Cai, Villa de Mont Mountain Resort has 39 villas lying at a height of 1,555 meters above sea level.
All villas here are built from stone, indigenous wood in combination with handmade ethnic brocade.
The resort was named “Asia’s leading lifestyle resort” at this year’s World Travel Awards.
The biggest highlight of the resort is that all villas overlook Muong Hoa Valley and Ham Rong Mountain.
Members of the Canadian pop/rock country band The Moffatts stayed at the resort during their trip to Sa Pa last month.
A night’s stay costs from VND8.5 million.
Nestled on a hill and surrounded by pine forests in the Central Highlands town Da Lat, Ana Mandara Villas Dalat was built during the French colonial period in the 1920s and 1930s.
Despite major renovations, it still preserves its French design.
There are 17 Indochinese-style villas with yellow-painted walls and wooden furniture.
Their interiors remain almost intact with wooden floors, fireplaces and light switches.
While staying here, guests can rent bikes to cycle through pine forests or explore downtown tourist attractions like the Da Lat night market and Hang Nga Guesthouse.
Rooms cost from VND2.7 million a night.
By Trung Nghia Photos courtesy of the resorts and a special touch of Must See In Vietnam
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