(Daily departure from Ho Chi Minh City, breakfast only)


Recently awarded as the Best Wellness Resort in Vietnam, by the Vietnam Economic Times, the Life Resort Quy Nhon is a place to restore and replenish the body's energy.


Day 01   – Qui Nhon

...       Pick up at your hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, transfer to Tan Son Nhat Airport for the short flight to Qui Nhon. Welcome and transfer 45 minutes to Life Resort Qui Nhon, the newly-opened resort is located on a deserted stretch of coast and offers a spa centre with a variety of relaxing treatments.

Accommodation in Life Resort Qui Nhon.

Day 02  Qui Nhon  (B)


Fullday free at leisure or more discovery the surounding on your own

Accommodation in Life Resort Qui Nhon.


Day 03  Qui Nhon  (B)


Fullday free at leisure or more discovery the surounding on your own

Accommodation in Life Resort Qui Nhon.

Day 04  Qui Nhon – Ho Chi Minh City  (B)


Leisure time until transfer to airport for flight to Ho Chi Minh City.


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Validity: 01 November 2006 – 31 October 2007



-  Accommodation with meals as indicated in the programme

-  Transfers with English/French speaking local guide

-  Return air ticket from Ho Chi Minh City to Qui Nhon and domestic airport tax

-  Service charge, room tax and handling fee

Not included:

-  International airport tax from Tan Son Nhat airport at USD 12.00 nett per person

-  Personal insurance

-  Expenditure of a personal nature, such as drinks, souvenirs, laundry & etc.

  Qui Nhon is the capital of Binh Dinh Province which lies right in the middle of Central Vietnam. Visitors will have a chance to witness the local traditional martial spirit and the famous Sa Huynh civilization dating back to the first millennium BC. Moreover, they will explore remnants of fascinating Cham culture and then revisit to the splendid Cham Kingdom which developed in the region of Vijaya during the period from the late 10th century to the late 15th century. The survival of temples and towers marked its golden history. The variety of sculptures carved from sandstone to decorate the towers of Duong Long, Banh It, Canh Tien, etc. together with the varied motifs carved into brick walls give Cham monuments subtle beauty.

Tay Son Museum

Tay Son Museum is dedicated to Nguyen Hue, a national hero of the 18th century. Nguyen Hue was one of the three Nguyen brothers, who led the Tay Son Instruction in 1788 to defeat the Qing invaders and became King Quang Trung in the same year. The museum was built in 1979 in Nguyen Hue homeland in Tay Son District, 45km from Qui Nhon. Visiting the museum, tourists will enjoy Tay Son martial art demonstrations. Once a year, on the 5th of the lunar 1st month, Dong Da festival is hold in this museum to memorize the Nguyen Hue’s glorious victory.

Duong Long tower

Located 50km from Qui Nhon, Duong Long tower (built in the 13th century) means the Irovy tower designed in Khmer style. The complex tower is rather famous for its significant size and ancient architecture. Nowadays Duong Long remains only 3 towers (the largest one in the middle is 24m high and the others are 22m). From a distance the towers look alike a giant bamboo bud. The brick towers were decorated in different decoration with granite ornamentation of elephants, bas-reliefs of women, dancers, standing lions, monsters and various other animals.

Doi tower

About 3km from the Qui Nhon Town, Doi tower was build in the late 11th century and restored in 1996. The tower has a pyramid shape with two towers: one is 18m high and another is 22m. The tower is square in the middle and curved on the top. It was decorated with faked doors and pillars. Affected by Khmer architecture, the tower are made of stone and carved with dancing monkeys, sphinxes, etc.

Banh It tower

Banh It tower or also called Silver tower is 25km from Qui Nhon. The local people named the tower by its shape. A group of 4 towers is standing on a hill with the highest tower of 22m. From Banh It tower visitors will catch the panoramic views of a fertile countryside. According to archaeologists, the tower was used to be surrounded by a wall decorated with dancer bas-reliefs. Nowadays, that wall remains only 3 bas-reliefs of dancers. The tower was absorbed the art ideas from Indonesia and Cambodia although it is not as big as Angkor Wat or Bayon. Banh It tower houses of a few statues and sculpture from the late of 19th century. One of the most beautiful statues is statue of Siva.

Canh Tien tower

Built in the 16th century, Canh Tien is 27km west of Qui Nhon though it used to be in the central of Do Ban town. The remaining of the town is only a wall in Qui Nhon. Inside Do Ban town was a towered architecture, and Canh Tien is one of them. Normally, Champa-style tower has a group of 3 towers but Canh Tien has only one. It is an imposing tower with giant pillars, a cubic and layered architecture. Canh Tien has 2 parts of an antechamber and a sanctuary hall. The most significant thing of Canh Tien tower is the structure and the shape of faked doors with their layered structure and decoration.


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