Ninh Tuan, Vietnam
A Serene Beach Retreat to Amanoi
Being the personal private beach for the last President of South Vietnam, enjoy a serene getaway from the hustling bustling of big city to the most beautiful hidden province in Vietnam
March – August
4 Days 3 Nights
Short Break | Beach
The Highlights of the Journey
- Kayaking along the coast to have Picnic by the Sea
- Bike riding along the coastal roads to the secluded village
- Discover the ancient heritage by exploring the ruins of temple complex
- Cooking class with Amanoi kitchen team
**Rates are starting room rates per person for 3 nights, based on USD and 2 people traveling together stay in one room
Day 1 - 4
Amanoi, Vietnam | 3 Nights
Ensconced in Núi Chúa National Park where pristine jungle tumbles into the crystal waters of Vinh Hy Bay, Amanoi is a secluded retreat where adventure and serenity meet and mingle. A unique microclimate makes this lush corner of Vietnam one of the world’s most biodiverse regions, with a rich variety of life to be discovered in both land and sea. Beside a protected wilderness hugging 32km of coastline, the resort’s private beach slopes towards forests of colourful coral, offering limitless opportunities for outdoor activities.
Amanoi is one and an half hour drive away from Cam Ranh International Airport via a wonderful mountainous scenery.
During your stay at Amanoi, you can to enjoy the following activities:
Picnics by the Sea
Follow the guide along Amanoi’s picturesque walking trail to the resort’s tranquil picnic area for a special prepared spread, taking in breathtaking bay views along the way. Alternatively, leave from the beach by kayak and cruise along the coast to the picnic site, passing granite rock formations and secret inlets.
Cycling to Thai An
Explore the region by bike, with a leisurely ride along the coastal roads and dirt tracks to the secluded village of Thai An, pausing for refreshments and to explore the local school and the morning markets and to meet the residents of this lost-in-time haven.
Journey in the Lost Kingdom
Discover the ancient heritage of the region’s Cham people, who once dominated coast of southern Vietnam, by exploring the ruins of 13th-century towered temple complex of Po Klong Garai, guided by Cham descendant Tuyen. Later, enjoy the sunset as a Cham Master conducts a sacred blessing and a traditional Cham family feast is served beneath the star-strewn sky.
Ideal for aspiring gastronomes aged 5–11, the Rock Studio plays host to child-tailored cooking classes led by the Amanoi kitchen team. Lasting up to three hours, the classes cover a different recipe each day, ranging from Vietnamese rice-paper rolls to cookies, cupcakes and pizzas.
End of journey.