A hidden Quy Nhon hotel beckons to unexplored beaches.
Slow down and unwind at our quaint Quy Nhon hotel with sunshine and ocean breezes. Indulge in wanderlust and explore countryside and coastline.
Work out in lush surrounds with floor-to-ceiling views. The 24-hour gym is equipped with a range of cardio machines and weight stations. Train with a private instructor to bring you to peak condition.
The resort pool boasts a picturesque setting overlooking the ocean. Laze on sun loungers or in the shade with all-day refreshments, including bistro fare and craft beers. Enjoy live music and Cuban cigars as sun sets.
Paddle along pristine coastline on either side of the resort. Spot colourful aquatic creatures in the crystal-clear waters surrounding. A handful of uninhabited islands lie off the coast, ripe for exploration with a gourmet picnic hamper.
Quy Nhon is the birthplace of Viet Vo Dao – a practice focused on achieving moral refinement through physical movement and mindfulness as well as a form of self-defense. Learn the subtleties of yin and yang in a one-on-one session with Master Phuc, as he introduces you to counterattacks, lock-ups and levers using hands, elbows, legs, knees and bamboo sticks.
Explore the coastline with complimentary bicycles available at the resort. Tailored maps will guide you to little handicraft villages surrounded by rice fields, and a floating restaurant for the best seafood in town.
Cham Dynasty Discoveries
The surrounding countryside reveals 1,000-year-old Cham towers rising out of the jungle. Enjoy exploring by motorbike or hire a chauffeured vehicle, stopping along the way for lunch with a local family.
Family Day At The Zoo
Handicrafts At Dap Da
Learn how to weave Non La conical hat, the iconic national accessory. Then visit a family that makes rice paper, used for dipping in all of Vietnam’s delicious sauces.
Quy Nhon Explorer Tour
Your first stop is the Lang Song Seminary, a 100-year-old Catholic church with striking architecture. Jesuit priests first came to the area 400 years ago, influencing local culture and education. Next are the famous Banh It Towers, arguably the most impressive of the Champa ruins. Climb to the top for panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.Head to the Thien Hung Pagoda for peace and
contemplation. Here, Buddhist monks practise meditation and study Sanskrit as they have done for thousands of years.
Your final stop is a visit with a local family. Learn how to make fresh spring rolls then enjoy them for lunch. Refresh on the way back to the resort with freshly- squeezed sugar cane juice.
All our outlets and those of our sister resort offer healthy, tasty menus for little ones. Enjoy favoured classics or introduce them to Vietnamese delicacies with child-friendly flavours.