Vietnamese Eco Resort a Perfect Shangri-La
A small resort in the Ninh Van Bay of the East Vietnam Sea employs a simple eco-chic aesthetic throughout to great effect.
Each of the bedrooms of the Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is open and airy, offering a simple respite that satisfies with a relaxed “less is more” attitude.
Rich tropical hardwoods silently surround you in all of the rooms.
Deep soaking tubs are crafted of these same tropical hardwoods and overlook Vietnam’s Ninh Van Bay.
In addition, carved into the cliff overlooking the inland sea are small private pools.
The effect of all the architectural woodworking in the tropical hardwoods is soporific, calming.
The traditional Vietnamese construction brings out the best in design for natural cooling breezes, high in the tree canopy.
Mosquito nets protect against the inevitable night time hazard of the tropics.
A total of 58 pool villas are situated on the beach front, on the hillside and over rock formations.
The entrance is unique.
This resort is accessible only by water.
Imagine gliding in at last to this destination on the cliff after journeying through the bays of the East Vietnam Sea by boat.
It would give the journey’s end the sense of a Shangri-La experience.