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A modern country, with a warm heart. Vietnam is one of the best places in South East Asia to witness the convergence of the old and the new. Your event benefits from the hospitality offered at the world's top hotel brands and by internationally renowned service providers whilst enjoying access to venues and experiences that have been carefully crafted by the hands of history. This charming country truly offers the best of both worlds and has a character all of its own thanks to a colorful and vast history. Vietnam is exceptionally diverse ensuring your event access to destinations that vary from cosmopolitan metropolises, remote hillside villages, historic old towns or beachside luxury.

Luxury Cruise Through Vietnam's Historic Halong Bay Aboard Indochina Sails Deluxe Junks

Updated: 14/1/2014 | 2:23:48 PM
Backed by over ten years experience hosting international guests on the tranquil waters of Halong Bay, Indochina Sails has set a new standard for luxury cruising. The first company to offer overnight cruises on the bay, we are now widely known as the number one choice for discerning travellers. Our fleet of six newly built wooden junks are designed in time-honoured traditional style, with contemporary and luxurious cabins and facilities. What better way to experience the natural beauty and spectacular seascape of this UNESCO World Heritage site than on board an Indochina Sails junk!

Fusion Maia Luxury Beach Resort in Phu Quoc Island sets to open in 2014

Updated: 14/1/2014 | 8:46:10 AM
Fusion Resorts are now creating a spectacular resort on one of Phu Quoc’s prime beaches. The truly unique design will make you feel special and in touch with nature while experiencing the ultimate in luxury resort living. Fusion’s newest resort combines unparalleled luxury features that inexplicably link visitors to the coastal surroundings, creating a harmony of relaxation, indulgence and island feeling. Guests can treat themselves to a minimum of 2 spa treatments per day, and enjoy breakfast any time any place, including on the beach – like in its sister resort in Da Nang. Accommodations are 50 stunning sea bungalows and 40 Ocean View Suites.

Luxury on the Rise: Luang Prabang, Laos

Updated: 14/1/2014 | 1:51:13 AM
To many people Laos is so obscure that without a detailed map, they couldn't tell you where it is, much less anything else about it. Laos dropped off the world stage after the Pathet Lao Communist takeover in 1975, it's emergence postponed by Hmong separatists into the 90s. And therein lies its charm. "Luang Prabang a little city of 50,000 people which neither teems with excitement nor seethes with intrigue. Life flows slowly here, like the muddy Mekong. The people are gentle and unassuming. Two lazy rivers happen upon each other in their wanderings through Luang Prabang — the Nam Khan and the swirling brown Mekong." The country's isolation, for reasons of war and politics, has preserved an older, slower, and more traditional way of life: Old Asia, Asia without the crowds. This is the perfect antidote to the frenzied pace of Bangkok or New York or London, for that matter. The landscapes and tranquility of northern Laos are impossibly beautiful but it is in the sublime Luang Prabang one discovers the last Shangri-la of Indochina.

Vietnam more than any other Asian destination

Updated: 12/1/2014 | 7:16:24 PM
Vietnam has become one of Southeast Asia's most popular destinations. The cities of this vibrant country present dramatically different faces: Saigon throbs with an economic renaissance while Hanoi maintains its image as the center of Vietnamese culture, intellect, and tradition. The countryside is equally varied, from the rock formations at Halong Bay to the rural villages and lush tropical landscapes of the Mekong Delta. Northern Vietnam is also a favorite for many travelers, offering hill tribe villages and dramatic mountain scenery. Throughout the country, travelers relish stunning landscapes and superb cuisine.

Nha Trang, like no other Vietnam Island

Updated: 12/1/2014 | 7:03:28 PM
If there's a heaven on earth, this is it. A home away from home that'll have you praying to ye gods that your trusty return transfer suffers an irreparable breakdown that'll have you stranded on the island forever. I'm talking about the Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, in Vietnam.

Indulging in the zen-like charm of Hoi An's Nam Hai Luxury Premium Beach Resort

Updated: 12/1/2014 | 11:15:44 AM
Set near the coast in central Vietnam, from the 16th to 19th centuries the riverside town of Hoi An once drew merchants from as far as Japan, India, Indonesia and Europe who bought the area’s silk, spices and porcelain. Hoi An still retains remnants of its trading days as evident in the bustling market and abundance of souvenir and tailor shops. What makes Hoi An remarkable today is that its Old Quarter has been beautifully preserved, the streets still lined with old tile-roofed shop houses, shady pagodas and colorful communal halls earning it the status as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Hoi An is surrounded by attractive countryside where you can observe the traditional way of life of farmers and fishermen.

Where To Visit in 2014? Here Are some Off-the-Radar & Classic Travel Experiences to Consider in the New Year

Updated: 8/1/2014 | 12:05:09 PM
If you’re seeking travel inspiration for the year ahead, we’ve got some ideas for you. Our luxury travel specialists dug deeper in 2013 and are now looking ahead to seek out the most thrilling and captivating travel experiences and destinations out there in 2014. Below is our short list of travel experiences to consider, from fresh takes on classic destinations to completely new and off-the-radar experiences.
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