MGallery unveils sanctuary for wellness in Northeastern Vietnam

MGallery announces the opening of Legacy Yen Tu, a wellness sanctuary located on the sacred Yen Tu mountain, approximately 1,068 metres above sea level.

on August 21,2018 05:08 PM

MGallery unveils sanctuary for wellness in Northeastern Vietnam

Situated near the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ha Long Bay, at Yen Tu Mountain, King Tran Nhan Tong established Truc Lam Zen Buddhism. The destination is part of Vietnam’s historical golden era and has a rich history dating back some 760 years.

Designed by Bill Bensley, renowned designer of luxury resorts, each of the 133 rooms at Legacy Yen Tu MGallery is a reflection of heritage and spirituality. Built using ancient methodologies to emulate the peaceful way of life, the rooms feature the signature wooden-inked slab traditionally used for calligraphy and an outdoor patio living area.

MGallery unveils sanctuary for wellness in Northeastern Vietnam

“Inspired by the ancient architectural design, Legacy Yen Tu, MGallery is a testament to Vietnam’s rich history. The property features handcrafted interior décor items with hand-made traditional materials to blend with its surrounding ambience,” said Mr Markus Hesse, the resort’s General Manager.

Legacy Yen Tu, MGallery awakens guest to a new world of self-discovery and spiritual transformation while exploring the destination. Legend has it that a hermit monk An Ky Sinh travelled to Yen Tu mountain in search of medicinal herbs during the pre-Buddhism times some two thousand years ago. Since then, the mountain has been regarded as a divine and sacred place.

Guests can savour authentic Vietnamese cuisine at the hotel’s Tho Quang restaurant or an evening wine-down at Thien Tra Lobby Bar which overlooks the picturesque mountain views. For events, weddings and meetings, the hotel’s ballroom can cater up to 800 guests.

MGallery unveils sanctuary for wellness in Northeastern Vietnam

The hotel is also home to a range of leisure facilities, including Tue Tinh Am Wellness that offers an open space for meditation, yoga and Truc Lam Zen practices.

To celebrate its opening, guest staying at Legacy Yen Tu MGallery can enjoy a  complimentary round-trip cable car rides to Yen Tu Mountain when they book from now until August 31, 2018. Room rate starts from VND 2,600,000 Net per night at Superior room with mountain view, including breakfast buffet for two persons.

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