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8 Beach and Island Destinations for Summer 2014 in Vietnam

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Luxury TravelUltra-luxe bespoke concierge company, Luxury Travel Ltd. ( presents their eight top destinations for where to go next summer 2014 and beyond.

Nominated for ‘Vietnam’s Leading Tour Operator 2014’ by World Travel Awards, Luxury Travel is internationally recognized for crafting bespoke travel experiences to the Vietnam’s most luxurious destinations.

The luxury travel concierge, recently featured as an authority on luxury travel trends and destinations for high net-worth individuals, has just announced their top places to visit this summer.

“The summer months are for more than simply relaxing,” says Hung Nguyen, Director of sales and marketing. “I believe they are a time for extraordinary adventures and unforgettable experiences, as do the majority of our clients. This is why my team and I search Vietnam for the most unnamed (4)amazing beach places imaginable, and go that extra mile to find the most memorable ways to experience each location.”

Here are 8 must-explore high end destinations for travel summer 2014 and beyond, carefully selected by Luxury Travel experts:

The first Aman in remote Vietnam

The resort’s design feels more like a gracious, private residence rather than a hotel. The staff are very welcoming and treat you like house guests, centuries-old antiques and contemporary furnishings adorn public spaces and the 31 individual guest pavilions and five villas are strategically tucked in the forest, ensuring plenty of privacy and space. Discover more at

Con Dao: Six Senses Con Dao

Six Senses Can Dao is a truly tropical Vietnamese retreat, surrounded by beaches and the sea.

With 50 suites, with rates averaging around $575 to $650 per night, this is an exclusive hideaway for discerning travelers.

Phu Quoc Islands – La Veranda Resort and Spa:
Bai Dai or Long Beach is voted as the world best the top 100 beaches by CNN, tranquil Phu Quoc is becoming one of the most popular Asian destinations. Adding to this buzz is the intimate La Veranda Resort & Spa, whose décor is in a colonial style, with paddle fans and white louvers.

Ninh Van Bay: Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Nha Trang

Few resorts are more isolated, as holidaymakers can only reach this vacation gem via boat, but don’t fooled, despite its location and quaint charm, Six Senses Ninh Van Bay offers all the luxury and amenities travelers will need to have an amazing holiday.

Nha Trang : Vinpearl Resort and Spa Nha Trang

A much larger resort, the Vinpearl has over 500 rooms and suites. This magnificent resort features the largest pool area in Vietnam, yet holidaymakers won’t be at a loss for beach time, as a beautiful beach fronts the hotel.

Liking ultra luxurious, stay at the nearby Vinpearl Luxury and tee off at the scenic golfing courses, Yet, a putting green, lap pool, tennis court, boat trips, jet skis, kayaks, diving, deep sea fishing and more ensure will never run out of ways to stay active.

Danang : Intercontiental Sun Peninsula Danang Resort on the Son Tra Peninsula

The InterContinental Da Nang Sun Peninsula Resort offers panoramic views of the East Sea, and the surroundings are fit for a king.

And for culture, you can visit the nearby Linh Ung Pagoda, home to a 65 meter Buddha statue, which is reached via a shuttle which serves Hoi An and the Han Market in Da Nang. The former Imperial Hue is perfect for a day trip from the resort.

Luxury Holiday at One of the World’s Most Beautiful Bay

It’s truly special, framed by three kilometres of beach and lush countryside. And it is extensive, covering 280-hectares near Lang Co Bay in the Chan May region. And it has a great view, overlooking the East Sea. I recommend it for it pristine beauty, tropical jungles and rugged mountain peaks.

Explore the Wonder Halong Bay by Helicopter or seaplane.
The use of helicopters between the Vietnamese capital and the UNESCO World Heritage site means travel time between the two points, traditionally a six-hour journey by road, has been cut down to just one hour.

Passengers can opt for staying overnight in Halong Bay on luxury junks and travel back to Hanoi by road if time permits.

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