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Amanoi

Vinh Hy Village 
Ninh Thuan,  
Vietnam

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Overview

Amanoi in Vietnam is a tranquil beach retreat situated on a wide, mountainous promontory of the Nui Chua National Park, overlooking majestic Vinh Hy Bay and the East Sea.

Guest accommodation includes 13 Pavilions, 16 Villas, 2 Spa Houses  and 5 Residences (each contains 4 to 5 standing bedrooms) – all positioned throughout the sloping mountain. A fusion of contemporary design and traditional Vietnamese architectural styles, offers a combination of pool and non-pool Pavilions. Views are either of Nui Chua National Park, the lake on the property, or Vinh Hy Bay and the East Sea. Pavilions are identical in layout and design, and each offers a combined living and sleeping area, as well as a timber sundeck with sun loungers.

The resort offers the Central Pavilion Restaurant and Lounge Bar, Library, Cliff Swimming Pool, Beach Club with its beach-side Swimming Pool , Aman Spa, Gymnasium, Pilates Studio, Yoga Pavilion, and two Tennis Courts.

Exclusive SmartNights Amenities

  • Continental Breakfast for two daily in the Dining room. Also available through room Service
  • $100 USD Hotel credit, per room, per stay
The following amenities are subject to availability at the time of check-in/departure:
  • Upgrade
  • Early Check-In
  • Late Check-Out

Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 Noon

Accommodations

Number of Rooms: 13 Pavilions, 16 Villas, 2 Spa Houses and 5 Residences

Pavilion

  • 1,020 ft²
  • Offering picturesque views of the surrounding mountain, lakeside vista or ocean.
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Villas

  • 1,345 ft²
  • Nestled into the mountainside or view to the ocean with a private pool

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Residences

  • Three Bedroom Residence 7,535 ft²
  • Four Bedroom Residence 8,610 ft²
  • Five Bedroom Residence 10, 765 ft²
  • Bay View Residence (5 bedroom) 10,765 ft²
Consist of three, four or five separate freestanding bedrooms, a private pool plus a living and dining pavilions. A live-in maid and chef attend to all guests’ needs, including the preparation of Vietnamese cuisine in a private kitchen. 

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Spa Houses

Each Spa House provides guests with entirely exclusive spa experience with 2 specialists and comprehensive private facilities in the convenience of their own pavilion, including a spacious double treatment room, jacuzzi, steam room, ice fountain, cold plunge pool, thermal facilities for hammam or banya treatment, relaxation deck and infinity pool. 

In addition to the wellness amenities, the Spa Houses can accommodate between two to four guests in the pavilions' beautifully appointed bedroom and living areas, so guests can reside overnight for a fully immersive experience.

Guest Services

Butler Service

Concierge

Laundry Service

Multilingual Staff

24-Hour Front Desk

24-Hour Housekeeping

24-Hour Medical Service

24-Hour Room Service

24-Hour Security

24-Hours Manager on Duty

Afternoon Tea

Baby Cribs Available

Baby Sitting

Babysitting on Request

Beach Service

Boutique

Business Services

Children's Programs

City Tours

Complimentary Wireless (WiFi) Internet

Cooking Lessons

Currency Exchange

Doctor On Call

Dry Cleaning

Dry Cleaning and Laundry Services

Entry Visa Assistance

Facial Treatments

Florist

Gift Wrapping Services

Honeymoon Planning

Housekeeping

In-room Check-in

In-Room Massage

Luggage Assistance

Masseuse

Meditation

Physicians and Wellness Practitioners

Picnic Catering

Private Beach Club

Private Butler Upon Request

Room Service

Security

Sightseeing & Excursions

Tailoring Services

Turndown Service

VIP Assistance

VIP Treatment

Wake-Up Call

Wedding Arrangement

Wedding Vow Renewal Ceremonies

Welcome Drink

WIFI

Yoga

Facilities

Bar and Restaurant on Site

Beach Club

Gym

Library

Spa

Amanoi's extensive Aman Spa is a destination unto itself, providing a serene setting for relaxation and rejuvenation. Aman Spa's facilities include five double treatment suites, two hydrotherapy suites; hand & foot therapy rooms; and a hair & finishing salon. The extensive Aman Spa menu offers body treatments, scrubs, wraps, facials and hair care using Aman Spa's all-natural, chemical free spa product range.

Swimming Pool

Tennis Courts

Bar

Boat Excursions

Boating/Sailing

Catamaran

Children's Pool

Cold Plunge Pool

Cooking Classes

Excursions

Fishing

Hammam

Infinity Pool

Jacuzzi

Kayaking

Massage Treatments

Meeting & Conference Facilities

Outdoor Infinity Pool with Restaurant

Outdoor Swimming Pool

Outdoor Terrace

Parking

Pool

Private Beach

Private Meeting Facilities

Private Plunge Pools

Restaurant

Sauna

Small Wedding Facilities

Spa Treatment In Room

Steam Room

Turkish Hamam

Water Ski

Wireless LAN

Yoga/Pilates Classes

DINING

Beach Club Restaurant

Backed by huge granite boulders, the Beach Club is located on the sandy beach of Vinh Hy Bay. (open for lunch only)


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Central Pavilion Restaurant & Bar

Serving Vietnamese and international cuisines, the Restaurant occupies the very heart of the Central Pavilion. Elegant and spacious, it offers an air-conditioned interior, as well as shaded al fresco dining areas. From its lofty perch, the Central Pavilion’s expansive terrace offers superb views of the East Sea and the region’s rugged coastline.


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Attractions

Exploring Cham culture at Po Klong Garai Tower

The tower was built in the late 13th and early 14th centuries in honor of King Po Klong Garai (1151-1205). During his reign, the king focused on agricultural development. The two projects he built are Nha Trinh Dam and Cham canal, which are still in existence.

Recognized as a relic of architecture, art and sculpture by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in 1979, Po Klong Garai Tower has three structures of different sizes -- Chinh (main tower), Cong (gate tower) and Hoa (fire tower).

Measuring over 20 meters in height, the main tower is where people wordship King Po Klong Garai. The gate tower is more than eight meters high while the fire tower is around 9 meters high.

The surfaces of the towers are engraved with humans, dragons, leaves and sacred cows in stones and ceramics.
 

According to Cham people’s belief, the fire tower is the place for resting in peace and keeping the items used during ancient rituals while the gate tower is where people can take a rest to find peace before entering the main tower.

The unique part of Po Klong Garai tower lies in the clay bricks used for building it and the glue used to stick those bricks together. The glue is believed to have been made from an extract from a plant species called Dipterocarpus alatus, a tropical forest tree common in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. How the Dipterocarpus alatus extract was mixed with other materials to make the glue remains a mystery.

On December 30, Cham people still keep their tradition of gathering at the tower on the first day of the seventh lunar month for a ceremony to honor King Po Klong Garai and in October to celebrate Kate festival, during which they pray for pumper crops and prosperity.

It is easy for tourists to get to Po Klong Garai Tower on Trau Hill on Bac Ai Street, around 9 kilometers from Phan Rang-Thap Cham City.

On the way to Phan Rang-Thap Cham, tourists should drop by a local restaurant to eat banh xeo (rice pancake). The flavor of Phan Rang pancakes is slightly different from those made in the southern region. Rice flour is poured onto ceramic molds, instead of being fried. On the pancake are seafood like shrimp or squid, bean sprouts and green onions. The cake is served with fish sauce mixed with ground peanuts.

The magnificence of Vinh Hy Bay

The Vinh Hy bay located in Vinh Hai village, Ninh Hai district, is 42km from Phan Rang-Thap Cham. Surrounded by white sand beaches, majestic with towering rocky mountains and mysterious caves and poetic with cascading waterfalls creating streams in vast dense forest. Visitors can take some activities such as: dip in the stream water, go fishing,climbing, caving, enjoy clear atmosphere. 
Visitors can choose to take a cruise in the bay to see the coral reefs and the many islands and rocks with their fascinating shapes, like an ear or a turtle, or a hand with fingers stretching to the sky.

But to tourists on their second or third visits tend to opt for the boat voyage to the off-the-beaten-track areas. The original beaches and beautiful rocks will impress even the most seasoned traveler.
 

There are many beaches to choose for both amateur and strong swimmers, such as Ba Dien (crazy woman), Coc (cup), and Tien (fairy) beaches in the bay, and Thung, Hoi, Binh Tien beaches which slope gently to the sea.

It takes more than an hour to reach these tranquil beaches, but the scenery on the way is breath-taking and the reward once you arrive is gentle waves, breezes blowing in from the sea and the sweet sound of waves lapping against the shore, especially if you are willing to take the 30 minute boat trip to some of the more remote beaches.

A boat driver called My told the Daily that he has transported numerous tours through the walls of high and rocks perched by the sea, all of whom have been overwhelmed by the picturesque beauty of the area.

The waves are constantly crashing against the walls of rocks. Over time the landscape may change as the rocks are transformed by the waves, however the magnificence of Vinh Hy continue to attract visitors from near and far.

https://www.vietnamtourism.org.vn/travel-guide/destination-in-vietnam/the-magnificence-of-vinh-hy-bay.html

Nui Chua National Park likes as the forests of bonsai trees

Ninh Thuan Province is considered “a desert” of Vietnam and Nui Chua National Park is a typical example. there are rows of cacti growing on the hill and mountain slopes. The trees growing on the rocky land look scrawny but full of vitality and there is a forest of apricot trees that look like bonsai trees, but in spring they change into yellow blossom, producing a beautiful landscape.

It said that the forests in Nui Chua are like the forests of bonsai trees.  There are scenes of mountains overlapping mountains and rocks overlapping rocks. Its landscape is so beautiful that  you want to stop many times to contemplate and take photographs.

 

Nui Chua National Parkhas  has an area of 29,865ha, including 22,513ha of land and 7,352ha of sea, which is complex of mountains lying near the coastline, called Nui Chua. Its terrain is highly sloping and divided by streams. The climate here is dry compared with other localities in Ninh Thuan Province.

This place attracts visitors with many attractions on Da Vach Mountain that run along the beaches. One of them is the Treo Lake on the top of the mountain, which has a diameter of 80m, with blue water all year round even though it is located in one of the driest areas in Vietnam.  After visiting the relics on the mountain, tourists can also spend time on the beautiful beaches on the 40km-long. They can play along the beaches or travel around on a glass-bottom boat to witness the beauty of corals underneath. In addition, they can visit Hom Beach, a natural breeding ground of some rare turtles on the East sea.
https://www.vietnam-travel.org/destinantions/nui-chua-national-park-likes-as-the-forests-of-bonsai-trees.html

Map / Location

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Amanoi in Vietnam is a tranquil beach retreat situated on a wide, mountainous promontory of the Nui Chua National Park, overlooking majestic Vinh Hy Bay and the East Sea. Airport transfers provided by Amanoi.

Nearby airports: Cam Ranh, Vietnam
Distance: 35 Miles