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.

on January 05,2018 10:14 AM

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

This is aligned with An Lam Retreats’core brand value of “Nature, Space, Privacy, Open and Culture.”

The campaign’s purpose is to raise awareness of the impact of the typhoon to Ninh Van Bay. All guests will be invited to grow plants during their stay at An Lam Retreats. Guests’ name will be engraved onto a wooden signage and placed beside the trees they plant. The campaign will end on 15 February 2018.

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

“At An Lam Retreats, nature is our key core value of the brand, we are committed to Mother Nature by preserving nature and save the environment” says Jerri Povibool, Vice President of Business Development & Marketing of the An Lam Retreats, “This commitment extends to construction and eco-friendly materials such as wood, bamboo and stones.”

Located by the Sai Gon River, An Lam Retreats Saigon, which consists of 19 suites and villas, is surrounded by lush green gardens and is equipped with full-service amenities such as a spa, gym, swimming pool and wooden river deck for relaxing and private dining.

Meanwhile, the An Lam Retreats Ninh Van Bay is strategically located in lush forests, mountains, rivers and beaches. It offers unique experiences of pure relaxation and renewal of spirits with a touch of Vietnamese culture for its guests.

An Lam Retreats Ninh Van Bay consists of 34 villas built in a chic contemporary style on the natural green island of Ninh Vân Bay in Khanh Hoa Province. Uniquely built above the sea, Sen Restaurant provides the feel of being in and above the sea while dining. Thanks to natural streams in the resort, the Jungle Spa with two private treatment rooms is located along the stream offering various choices of massages and treatments.

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