Following 2,000 years of Chinese dominance, Vietnam gained independence in the 10th century, ushering in more than 800 years of dynastic rule, followed by French colonization in 1887. After the turbulent independence movement of the mid 20th century, this exotic country is now being embraced by the world for its open approach to business and tourism.
Experience a destination that is blossoming to reveal its secret cultural riches and natural wonders. Discover a stunning natural diversity of lush rice paddies, unspoiled beaches, towering dunes and majestic mountains. Tour fascinating historic sites and savour unique culinary delights. The mix of French colonial influences, traditional local life and modern day living create an ever evolving sense of adventure – all of which can be experienced from Anantara’s ideally located resorts.
A beach lover’s paradise and so much more
Along Vietnam’s tropical southeast coast, Mui Ne offers far more than relaxing beach days. Go fishing and picnic at beautiful Lotus Lake. Discover the legend of the Fairy Stream and swim in its deep blue wells during dry season. Visit Mui Ne village early to see fishing boats departing and others returning with catches to sell at the market. Step back in time to the ancient Champa Kingdom as you explore Poshanu Towers. Discover Ta Kou Mountain’s 25,000 hectare primeval forest, a historic pagoda containing Asia’s largest reclining Buddha statue and incredible views from the summit. Visit Duc Thanh School in Phan Thiet City, which is now a museum paying tribute to President Ho Chi Minh. While Mui Ne’s towering sand dunes tempt thrill seekers to slide down on mats at exhilarating speed.
Explore Vietnam’s cultural heritage
Nestled on the banks of the Thu Bon River, the historic port town of Hoi An is a UNESCO World Heritage Site of fascinating cultural diversity, characterised by a merchant trading heritage, colonial architecture, vibrant artistic and handicraft scenes, and romantic café culture. Strolling around the Old Town is free of charge and for a ticket priced at just $4.50 visitors can choose five of the town’s 18 sites to visit, including the Japanese Bridge, the art galleries of Nguyen Thi Minh Khai and exquisite Quong Cong Temple
Experience an idyllic blend of riverside relaxation and Anantara luxury, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on your doorstep, and beautiful beach life just a short bicycle or boat ride away.
Scenically positioned on the banks of the Thu Bon River, Anantara Hoi An Resort in Vietnam is a charming boutique retreat in the historic port town of Hoi An. Designed with French, Dutch, Chinese and Japanese influences that reveal Hoi An’s fascinating cultural diversity, split level rooms and suites open onto porches with comfortable daybeds, overlooking the river or a garden courtyard.
Delve into Vietnamese culture with language, lantern making and cookery classes. Savour authentic local dishes and popular world flavours in elegant and casual settings beside the river. Meet up at the heritage inspired wine bar for an atmospheric view of Hoi An’s street life. Or laze by the pool and let us bring an exotic cocktail to your sun bed.
Follow in the footsteps of the merchants who once traded their precious goods and immerse yourself in the town’s colonial architecture, vibrant artistic and handicraft scenes, and romantic café culture. Capture vivid snapshots of local life aboard a scenic river cruise. Our Hoi An hotel is the ideal starting point from which to venture further afield and discover the region’s magnificent natural beauty and ancient cultural sites.
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