Vietnam is introduced as a luxury destination

25, August, 2022

Vietnam is introduced as a luxury destination

The travel magazine Cruise Passenger introduced Vietnam as one of the world's leading luxury destinations in Asia.

"If you're looking for something new, or love comfort and luxury, you'll find it in Asia this year. Asian countries are reopening to guests, and there are many services available. more luxurious than ever," wrote Cruise Passenger and mentioned Vietnam in the list.

The Australian magazine praised Vietnam's long, beautiful and attractive coastline and two destinations Ha Long and Phu Quoc: "The best way to see the impressive limestone formations of Ha Long Bay is to take a vacation. And in Phu Quoc, there are many resorts located between sand and forest, surrounded by unspoiled beaches, vibrant local markets worth exploring."

Coming to Ho Chi Minh City, visitors will be overwhelmed by traffic, with busy lanes day and night. But that doesn't matter, visitors can escape that noise by visiting the city's "trendiest" rooftop bars. One of them is Social Club Saigon, located on the top two floors of the Hôtel des Arts or Glow Rooftop Lounge and Chill SkyBar with panoramic views, an extensive menu.

If you want an escape from the city to come to peace, visitors are suggested to visit Amanoi, a luxury resort on Vinh Hy Bay, with a peaceful and green setting on the edge of Nui Chua National Park. Ninh Thuan province.

Alternatively, you can prepare for an adventure to Son Doong, the world's largest cave in Vietnam located in Quang Binh. To preserve this famous site, it is limited to only 1,000 visitors per year. That's why an expedition costs more than $3,000 per person.