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six senses ninh van bay vietnam


Overlooking a gorgeous private bay on Vietnam’s south-central coast, Six Senses can only be reached by the resort’s speedboat, which rushes you to serenity past the views of jungle-tousled peninsula at the end of which the resort is positioned. When you step from boat to dry land you arrive at an outpost of rustic-luxe. Well-stocked wine cellars, capacious beds, outdoor showers, private pools, and stunning ocean panoramas are, it turns out, the sum that adds up to bliss—who’d have thought? While it’s hard for food to disappoint in Vietnam, naturally it’s even more delicious when served with a side of serene coastal ambiance. Whether you choose the raised viewpoint of Dining by the Rocks or the cozier vibe beneath the bamboo ceiling at Dining by the Bay, what you’ll find served before you are a fantastically well-done mix of Asian and Western highlights.


The secluded location is outstanding, and the forest that surrounds it also happens to be home to one of the world’s rarest monkeys. Try to spot it while hiking to Heo Mountain, or sail the bay on a private sunset cruise scanning the rocks for any troops. Back at the resort, try to forget the elusive monkey with an aerial yoga session or while undergoing a rejuvenating Vietnamese treatment in the super spa.