Amanoi – Ninh Thuan, Vietnam is a meditative retreat on the coast of Nui Chua National Park, one of Vietnam’s largest natural conservation sites. Hugged by rolling, evergreen-covered hills, the resort looks over the East Sea and pristine Vinh Hy Bay. The luxury hotel’s polished, slate pagodas peek out from a lush green landscape; its infinity pool segues into the sea; and its spa rests by a lotus-blossom-dotted lake.
For groups and families, residences come with their own pool and private chef. Sun-worshippers have plentiful places lay out their a beach towels, but it’s worth sacrificing an even tan to swim by tropical fish weaving through rainbow coral forests; and while they’re rare, sun bears and graceful muntjac deer have been known to visit the sprawling parkland.
The airy, serene ambiance of Amanoi’s Pavilions, Villas and Residences offers a tranquil counterpoint to their dramatic setting. A contemporary take on traditional Vietnamese architecture, they blend seamlessly with the natural surrounds
A short buggy ride down to the shoreline reveals Amanoi’s swathe of golden sand – a private beach looking out to the quiet and sheltered waters of Vinh Hy Bay. While the pretty fishing village lies just around the headland, Amanoi’s beach enjoys an uninterrupted horizon of blue.
Amanoi’s two Spa Houses are the first of their kind in Asia. The luxury resort features the serene lakeside Thuy Lien Spa House and the equally secluded An Son Spa House providing guests with completely private and comprehensive treatment facilities, including Banya and Hammam.
Set between a national park and a marine reserve, Amanoi embraces nature from its beachside perch on the southern coast of Vietnam. Exploring the park with expert Amanoi guides reveals Vietnam’s untouched wilderness, alive with myriad plants, birds and wildlife.
From their curving roofs peeping above the treeline to their latticed windows and discreet natural materials, Amanoi’s Pavilions and Villas are at one with their magnificent surroundings. With access to the full range of Vietnamese spa treatments available at Amanoi’s Spa Houses, they draw on the grace and artful simplicity of Vietnamese design, offering combined bedroom and living areas, and large bathrooms that open onto spacious decks. The Villas enjoy private pools and expansive views.
Vietnamese food is considered one of the healthiest and tastiest cuisines in the world, admired for its fresh ingredients and selective use of herbs and spices. Fresh fish features prominently on Amanoi’s menus, delivered daily directly from local fishing boats, while herbs and vegetables are handpicked from the resort’s organic garden.
WELLNESS & SPA
Surrounded by Nui Chua National Park on the shores of Vinh Hy Bay, Amanoi invites you to experience one of its Individual Wellness Immersions, a spa retreat designed to promote profound change.
Carefully calibrated to gently steer you on a new path, these programmes ensure palpable results and a deep sense of inner peace whether you wish to shift unwanted weight, renew focus and spiritual connection, or promote internal balance and overall wellbeing for a longer, healthier life. Along with an initial orientation and wellbeing review, every day of your individual Immersion will be personalised to include specialist movement and bodywork sessions, personalised holistic spa treatments and group movement sessions. Unrivalled nutritional support and education lie at the core of each Immersion: Every meal is created with your goals in mind, while the latest knowledge in fitness, nutrition and health is shared to ensure your journey continues when you return home.
NINH THUAN, VIETNAM
Ninh Thuan belongs to tourism triangles: Dalat- Nha Trang- Phan Rang. Coming to there, tourists are able to relax in Ca Na Tourist Site, swim in Ninh Chu Beach, Vinh Hy Bay, climb to Da Trang Mountain, and observe natural animals in Phan Rang Reservation, or visit Pi Nang Tac Stone Trap.
Being home of Cham minority group, Ninh Thuan has characters culture of Cham ethnic, which stamp in local custom, Cham dance, sculpture, pottery, and brocade and agriculture of Cham towers. Famous towers name Po Klong Garai and Porome.
Nowadays, Cham people still preserve matriarchy, a valuable inheritance of Vietnam, and special festivals such as Kate and Cha Bun ceremonies, Royal Idiladha and Ra Glai Tribe festivals and other ceremonies like dig a ditch, dam up, new rice. Kate Ceremony is the biggest and most joyful festival of Cham people, taking place in Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan Provinces. The ceremony is held at Poklong Garai and other Cham Towers to commemorate national heroes, ancestors, and deities of the Cham, as well as King Poklong and King Porome.
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