Embellishing Nam Hai heritage with Four Seasons flare, Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai is a harmonious ode to coast, culture and community in Vietnam's UNESCO-strewn centre.
Just a couple hour's drive from Ho Chi Minh City, you'll find Long Hai, a charming, local fishing village.
Boasting a long, stunning powder-white sand beach, this is the perfect place to get way from the hustle and bustle of the city, and breath in the refreshing sea breeze.
Discover the dreamy and incredibly well-preserved town of Hoi An, located near Vietnam’s central coast. Hoi An was once an important trading port, from the 15th to the 19th century, and has throughout its history been a true melting-pot of cultures.
Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam at full-throttle. Marvel at its dizzying combination of elegant temples, sky-high office buildings, packed street food stalls, five-star restaurants and everything in between.
One of Vietnam's biggest cities, Hanoi is a destination catapulted into modernity after many years of war and hardship.
The streets are a dizzying array of speeding scooters, honking cars, persistent vendors and delectable street carts. Life here is exciting and the energy is perceptible.
Ha Long Bay and Bai tu Long
Ha Long Bay and the more undiscovered Bai Tu Long are Northern Vietnam’s sparkling gem.
Truly fascinating places, these regions boast thousands of wind-carve limestone islands and islets topped with thick jungles and rainforests. The islands rest on the sparkling, emerald green waters of the Gulf of Tonkin.
Once little more than a sleepy backwater, Da Nang is now bustling with highrise resorts, modern restaurants, and a thriving nightlife.
Nestled into the banks of the Hau River, in the country's fertile Mekong Delta region, Can Tho is best known for its rich traditional cuisine, intricate temples, and of course, its enchanting floating markets.