Luxury Vietnam Beach
Travel 12 Apr 2022 - 05 Dec 2022
Book by 31 Aug 2021
Saving £1514 per person
- 8 nights Four Seasons Resort, The Nam Hai, Hoi An - One bedroom villa with breakfast
- Flights to Danang via Singapore with Singapore Airlines, accommodation in a one bedroom villa, return private transfers and prepayable taxes. Daily from Heathrow. Wed/Thur/Sat/Sun from Manchester.
- This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
One bedroom villa with breakfast
Ideally located close to both Danang and Hoi An, The Nam Hai has an enviable setting on the white sands of Ha My Beach, a picturesque section of the world-famous China Beach.
Flights to Danang via Singapore with Singapore Airlines, accommodation in a one bedroom villa, return private transfers and prepayable taxes. Daily from Heathrow. Wed/Thur/Sat/Sun from Manchester.
Regional Departures: Regional supplements are available from Manchester from £0, Belfast from £200, Newcastle from £200, Edinburgh from £200, Glasgow from £200. Other regional airports may be available, please ask for details.
Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.
One bedroom villa with breakfast
Lying on Vietnam's central eastern coast, Hoi An is a charming ancient trading town whose Old Town became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999 in an effort to preserve the historic architecture, which is an eclectic mix of Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese and European influences. Add to this stunning beaches just ten minutes drive away and it's easy to understand Hoi An's appeal.
The narrow streets of this historical showpiece comprise Chinese temples, grand merchants houses, pagodas, wooden shophouses, French colonial villas and old canals criss-crossed by bridges. Many of the houses have been restored and are characterised by polished wooded floors, intricately carved doors, shutters and antique furniture. It's well worth taking the time to linger a while and catch a glimpse of the real life lurking behind the facades, or take an outside seat at one of the many cafes and restaurants to watch the hustle and bustle of the locals.
Happily, all of Hoi An's major attractions are located within walking distance of each other and include the iconic 16th century Japanese Covered Bridge, the Chinese assembly halls and Tan Ky House. While easily walkable, a cyclo tour is a traditional and fun way of exploring this ancient riverside town. Alternatively, you may wish to hire a bicycle to explore at your leisure and can also take an enjoyable half an hour ride along the picturesque country road to Cua Dai Beach. This wide expanse of white sands is lined with several resorts and is the perfect place to relax after exploring the hustle and bustle of Hoi An. Cua Dai Beach is also just a short speedboat ride from the Cham Islands archipelago, one of the finest diving spots in central Vietnam.
Hoi An is renowned for its shopping, particularly the plethora of skilled tailors, where you can purchase custom-made suites, shirts and dresses. The streets are also lined with shophouses and stalls selling handicrafts, jewellery and traditional clothing while the vibrant central market is filled with locals haggling for fresh produce and foodstuffs. You'll also discover an assortment of art galleries.
The pedestrian-friendly riverside streets are transformed after dark as hundreds of old-fashioned silk lanterns are lit to create a lovely ambience. Dining options are many and varied with some of the best dining outside of the big cities available, be it cheap eats from a street stall or fantastic five star feasts. You'll find a variety of trendy bistros, cafes, bars and live music venues within the Old Town as well as on the riverfront.