The Pandanus Resort in Mui Ne-Phan Thiet is the first hotel in Vietnam to offer a true all-inclusive program. Located adjacent to the picturesque fishing town of Mui Ne, situated on an unspoilt white sand beach, the resort is just below the famous orange sand dunes.
*Extra nights available upon request with Long Stay Promotion offers (April to October 2017)
Depart the UK for international economy flight to Ho Chi Minh City.
On arrival at Ho Chi Minh City airport take mini bus transfer to resort. Check -in and rest of day free at leisure.
Six whole days to relax on the beach or by the pool.
Take mini bus transfer to airport for your departure flight.
Arrival back in UK.
Unlike many of the smaller resorts that line the beaches on Phan Thiet, the Pandanus Resort is large enough to give guests that unmistakable feeling of freedom and independence. The buildings and landscape are designed to compliment, not compete with the natural surroundings. Adjacent to the beach is a huge free-form pool surrounding an island covered with palm trees.
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