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Vietnam is rich in cultural history, natural beauty and exemplary local cuisine, and it is, unsurprising, becoming a go-to spot for those seeking adventure.
Nestled in between Da Nang and Hue in central Vietnam is the all pool villa resort in Lang Co Bay. The beautiful location is surrounded by unspoiled landscapes in a relatively untouched region.
The hotel design infuses vibrant Vietnamese decorative elements with modern, contemporary amenities creating the perfect location for an anytime-holiday. Nothing can describe the sheer bliss of relaxing in your personal balcony pool while overlooking spectacular views of the Eastern Sea and the magnificent Truong Son mountain range.
Angsana is placed between 3 UNESCO world heritage sites; the imperial city of Hue, the old town of Hoi An and the historical ruins of My Son. They have a 24/7 wait staff, and, the resort’s concierge offers bespoke tours and extensive knowledge into the countryside.
The location has nature trails, beaches and mountains. While exploring the local area, keep an eye out for the famous Linh Ung Pagoda, with a 350 foot high, white seated Buddha – its presence is hard to miss.
Angsana’s resort includes personal and communal pools, a private beach, and a spa and wellness center with an exhaustive selection of treatments. For the more active there is a fully equipped gym, a water sports center, and an 18 hole golf course designed by Nick Faldo.
Angsana has 3 resort restaurants. The Market Place restaurant specializes in an indo-chinese menu while Rice Bowl and Moomba offer traditional Vietnamese cuisine with a focus on the freshest seafood.
As you would expect from its location fishing is a pivotal part of the local community and part of Angsana’s commitment to preserving tradition. Ansana offers guests a unique ‘fisherman for the day’ experience. Guests learn traditional practices from local fisherman in Lang Co bay, they also learn how to master the round basket boats that are specific to the region.
The resort itself has its own lagoon that connects Angsana and its sister hotel Banyan Tree. A traditional barge is used to transport guests between the two.
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