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The Nam Hai Resort on Vietnam’s beautiful Central Coast

Vietnam is a superb country, with unique landmarks, beautiful landscapes and gorgeous get-aways, one of them being the Nam Hai resort, a marvelous resort that’s also one of the best in southeastern Asia. One may get there via a major carrier that puts at disposal regular flights towards Danang International Airport, and then a 30-minute drive to the hotel.

Upon arriving, you’re welcomed by the inviting atmosphere and the incredible harmony of the place. You’re greeted by nice people, with traditional towels and a lot of smiles. The local architecture is enough to make you want to spend a few days here, with wooden platforms that split the levels between them, combined with the tranquility offered by the natural coloration.

The resort features four pools – the main pool, upper pool, lap pool and the reflecting pool -, all of them acting as a pathway to the white-sand beach below and the South China Sea up to the horizon. The hotel includes villas that boast their own superb gardens overlooking the Chasm Islands, a great diving spot, and the South China Sea.

The list of amenities is incredibly long, featuring rain showers inside opulent bathrooms, LCD TVs, espresso machines etc. plus a whole load of others on the outside. There are two royal-like gourmet restaurants – The Beach Restaurant, where you can enjoy great seafood, and The Restaurant for divine Vietnamese. The spa is also a great spot to spend your time, relaxed by botanical treatments and traditional massage. If in the mood for some sports, you may go practice golf at the Montgomerie Links.

Apart from all these, the Nam Hai is located close to three UNESCO World Heritage sites – the imperial city of Hue, the spiritual city of My Son and the ancient trading port Hoi An. You may benefit of all these for prices starting at $367 / night. This way, you may ensure some exotic entries into your traveling experiences.

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By Richie Rich

Posted 13 Feb 2012 10:25 pm

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