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  • Khanh Hoa opens Vietnam’s largest island mud bath

    Khanh Hoa opens Vietnam’s largest island mud bath

    The MerPerle Hon Tam mud bath was recently opened on Hon Tam Island in Nha Trang Bay, in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa, becoming the country’s largest mud bath complex on an island.

    Covering 42,000 sq m, the mud baths are designed the style of terraced rice fields on slopes and feature a nature-friendly space surrounded by trees and small waterfalls. It also has 100 mud baths for two, and offers herbal baths.

    This is the fourth destination of its kind in Nha Trang. Mud baths are claimed to be an effective remedy against inflammation and skin problems thanks to the healing and therapeutic properties of the mud. They are among the most popular tourism products in Khanh Hoa, drawing in hundreds of thousands of customers annually.

  • Help ‘Return The Greens to Ninh Van Bay by An Lam Retreats’

    Help ‘Return The Greens to Ninh Van Bay by An Lam Retreats’

    An Lam Retreats has initiated a campaign called ‘Return The Greens to Ninh Van Bay by An Lam Retreats’ after Typhoon Damrey slammed into Coastal Khanh Hoa province with the strength of a category 2 in November 2017, which was hardest hit with 14 dead and 10 injured.

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  • Nutritious natural nests

    Nutritious natural nests

    The south-central province of Khanh Hoa has been dubbed the ‘kingdom of edible swiftlet nests’, with the largest number of swiftlets in the world.

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  • FUN IN SUN

    FUN IN SUN

    Beat the heat this summer with “Fun in Sun”– a 3D2N package at the Duyen Ha 5-star beach resort and treat your family to an unforgettable vacation, with children staying for no extra charge.

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  • Vietnam Airlines, Khanh Hoa sign agreement on tourism development

    National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines and the Khanh Hoa Provincial People’s Committee have signed a deal to promote investment, trade and tourism and strengthen the image of the two sides. Vietnam Airlines will consider increasing the frequency of flights and open new domestic and international routes to the south-central province and will also offer preferential tickets to local tourism and investment promotion delegations to help the province promote its tourism at international fairs during the next three years. Khanh Hoa, meanwhile, will support Vietnam Airlines’ new routes and enhance capacity at Cam Ranh International Airport. The two sides will also cooperate in supporting media delegations travelling to and from Europe and Northeast Asia to explore local tourism potential and will introduce Khanh Hoa to these markets.

  • Refined relaxation

    Refined relaxation

    Tucked away on a pristine stretch of white-sand beach in south-central Vietnam, the Cam Ranh Riviera Beach Resort & Spa offers a peaceful oceanfront setting and sweeping views of the East Sea in addition to luxurious accommodation and facilities.

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  • VIETNAMESE WOMEN’S DAY PROMOTION BOTON BLUE HOTEL & SPA

    VIETNAMESE WOMEN’S DAY PROMOTION BOTON BLUE HOTEL & SPA

    In order to celebrate the Vietnamese Women's day on 20 November 2018, the hotel & spa has offered a buffet dinner themed “Seafood & Hot pot”...

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  • THE OPENING OF ANA MARINA YACHT CLUB OF NHA TRANG

    THE OPENING OF ANA MARINA YACHT CLUB OF NHA TRANG

    On Oct 21, Ana Marina Yacht Club (AMYC), a part of the International Nha Trang Marina Park Project officially opened. This is a playground for sailboat and yacht lovers, one which will widely promote the image of Nha Trang – Vietnam as a fabulous tourist destination to the world.

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  • Private hideaway

    Private hideaway

    ‘Nature - Space - Openness - Privacy - Culture’ are the five key elements that An Lam Retreats Ninh Van Bay brings to guests...

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