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Discover ancient cities and the UNESCO World Heritage Site My Son.
Central Vietnam is home to many of the country's cultural highlights. Explore Hue, the imperial capital of the Nguyen Kings, and discover ancient cities that straddle the Perfume River. Further south, Hoi An occupies a scenic location along the banks of the Thu Bon River, just north of the crumbling ruins of the UNESCO World Heritage Site My Son.
We currently feature 6 luxury properties in Central Vietnam
Hoi An, Central Vietnam, Vietnam
Enjoy outstanding sea views, discover authentic Vietnamese hospitality and explore the rich heritage of Hoi An in the contemporary surroundings of Boutique Hoi An Resort.
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Both luxurious and unique, The Four Seasons Resort Hoi An is situated on the white, stunningly picturesque and unspoilt stretch of the world-renowned China Beach.
Sitting between Thu Bon River and the South China Sea the hotel overlooks the Cua Dai Beach.
Hue, Central Vietnam, Vietnam
Located in the countryside surrounded by natural environment near to famous historical landmarks.
Lang Co Bay, Central Vietnam, Vietnam
A fusion of unspoiled natural beauty and contemporary-chic resort living, Angsana Lang Co is the ideal location for a holiday that is the perfect mix of relaxation and adventure.
Surrounded by eco-diverse mountains, awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage Sites and spectacular national parks, Banyan Tree Lang Co offers the perfect retreat for relaxation and rejuvenation.
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A region packed with history, Central Vietnam is the perfect stop for those looking to discover Vietnam's rich heritage.
The historic city of Hue has distinctive areas, each with its own unique character. North of the river, the 19th Century walled Citadel contains the once magnificent Imperial City, quaint streets and beautiful gardens - one of Hue's main highlights. To the east, Phu Cat is a bustling district of shops and pagodas and what used to be called the European City is where most of the hotels and tourist services are located.
Hoi An is a laidback and intriguing city that has retained its old-world charm, thanks to restrictions on motorbike use and the lanterns that dangle from the wooden-fronted shophouses. Visit the markets to have made-to-measure clothes made for a rock bottom price, enjoy an outstanding culinary scene or cross the beautiful Japanese Covered Bridge - one of the most photographed sights in Hoi An.
Southwest of Hoi An, My Son is a cluster of unique Hindu temple ruins built between the 4th and 13th Centuries. These impressive tower-temples are located in a dramatic site that was the religious and political capital of the Champa Kingdom for most of its existence, and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.