diversity; sculpted with lush rainforests, pristine beaches and a rich agricultural tradition; whilst its unique history and international influences have led to a robust culture immersed in music, art and dance.
At the centre of this exotic country, lies Angsana Lang Co, protected on the east coast by one of the most beautiful bays in the world. Here, within 280-hectares of beach, mountain and lush valleys, guests are transported into another world where culture and relaxation combine to create unique holiday options for families and groups of friends. Angsana Lang Co provides a perfect mix of action and relaxation, acceleration and deceleration for a wonderfully holistic holiday, where guests can experience the beauty of nature and explore a colourful contrast between tradition and modernity.
Nature at its best
The nearby Bach Ma National Park is home to more than 2,000 different species of exotic plants, insects and animals, most of which are only found in the tropics. In the spring, the Rhododendron flower blooms, painting a vibrant splash of colorful splendor in the park. Hiking through the lush tropical forest is an adventure for the whole family, complemented at the end by a cool swim in a stream or under a waterfall.
Ansgana Lang Co offers guests, young and old, a variety of water sports. Learn to wake board, water ski or try a ride on a banana boat. Guests who prefer more relaxed pursuits can enjoy sailing or snorkeling. For a one-of-a-kind experience, guests can board a traditional fishing basket and enjoy a discovery tour through the mangroves.
Explore Vietnam by bicycle or cable car
Cycling can be a relaxing affair for two or in a group. Guests of the resort can bike to the nearby fishing village and explore its authentic charm and simplicity of life gone by. A more adventurous trail is the Hai Van Pass, a 20 kilometre road linking Da
Nang with Hué, where riders can enjoy a view of rice fields over hills, bridges and be enthralled by unique mountain scenery. Hai Van, in the local language means sea of clouds, as here, the summit seems to touch the clouds. The longest cable car in the world can be found at the foot of the Ba Na Mountain, covering a distance of nearly 5 kilometres and climbing to an altitude of 1,290 meters; and not forgetting the country’s cultural roots, arrival guests will be impressed by the Linh Ung Pagoda with its 24 metre white Buddha statue.
Arts and Culture
Craftsmanship was and has always been an important part of Vietnamese culture. Angsana Lang Co offers guests special courses in the art of paper folding and lantern making with local teachers. Guests will learn why the lotus flower is the National Emblem of Vietnam embodying loyalty, purity and Buddhism, and discover how to make the colourful silk lanterns that illuminate the cities at night. The nearby UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Hue, Hoi An and My Son are perfect for culture vultures. The former capital of Hue was once home to thirteen successive emperors and is home to the imperial tomb of Tu Duc and the Buddhist monastery Thien Mu Pagoda. The 2000 year old Town of Hoi An was once the largest port city in South East Asia. Even today, this charming, bustling town welcomes guests with its art galleries, restaurants and local shops. The temple complex of My Son in the middle of a lush, green valley can be explored via a guided tour, where the archaeological ruins will immerse visitors in traditional Cham culture.
Angsana Lang Co is where the heart of adventure is. Ideally located on the coast of central Vietnam, its 229 stylish suites offer wonderful views of the open sea or lush mountains; near three UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Discover the ‘Live for Family Fun’ special offer at Angsana Lang Co and explore Vietnam’s ultimate destination playground for family fun