Vietnam should be on the top of everyone’s destination wedding list. A comparatively short flight from most cities in India. Vietnam is filled with dramatic landscapes, fascinating history, epic food and pulsating energy, Vietnam will electrify all of your senses and seize you from all angles.There is so much ones can learn about Vietnamese culture and traditions. With over 2000 years of history, 54 ethnics, decades of foreign influences (e.g. China, France, USA, Russia, etc.), traditions of Vietnam vary a lot between regions, provinces and cities. Even native Vietnamese are amazed with Vietnam’s cultural diversity when they travel to different parts of the country. To foreigners, Ao dai (Vietnamese dress) and Non la (conical hats) are amongst the most recognised symbols of Vietnamese culture.Thanks to the diversity of climate and cultural influences, Vietnam has a lot of great food to offer. Pho, BanhMi, Nem, you name it. Simplicity, Healthiness, and Multicultural influences are what make Viet food popular.Vietnam is just a tiny country in South East Asia, but again, its special landmass provides the country with unique and picturesque landscapes that can quench the thirst of any world travellers and weddings.
Some of the properties for destination wedding in Vietnam:
Six Senses Con Dao
With crystalline waves and white sand for days, you’d be forgiven for thinking you had stumbled upon a Crusoe fantasy at this remote retreat. The resort’s untrammelled surrounds are part of a protected national marine park that extends throughout the archipelago. Rather than mar the natural beauty of Côn Sơn Island, Six Senses Con Dao sticks to an understated aesthetic reminiscent of a traditional fishing village, with bamboo being the material of choice in the villas and rooms. Underneath the minimalist design though, you’ll find state-of-the-art amenities including an award-winning spa and a sophisticated Asian-fusion eatery right on the beach.
A celebration of extravagant tastes, The Reverie Saigon showcases the best of Italian design furniture together with 3,000 tons of high-grade marble and a whimsical, endearing attitude. The 218-square-metre Saigon Suite is the pinnacle of luxurious abodes within Vietnam, however there’s something remarkable about each venue at the Reverie — from the glorious, airy lobby with its Baldi Frienze clock to the Sicis mosaic in the outdoor swimming pool. When you need to head out, the hotel’s two Phantom Dragon Rolls Royce will show you around in style.
Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi
The Metropole in Hanoi is inarguably Vietnam’s grandest hotel. Since 1901, the elegant building at 15 Ngo Quyen has lured guests such as Catherine Deneuve, Charlie Chaplin, and Graham Greene. The historical wing is a throwback to Old Hanoi, with canopied bed and balconies that open directly onto Ngo Quyen, while the newer Opera wing is a perfect example of modern Vietnamese luxury. The Metropole’s restaurants are Hanoi institutions: Le Club, a bright, gazebo-like structure surrounded by tropical greenery; La Terrasse, a wrap-around cafe facing a leafy park; and Angelina, a contemporary New World restaurant sporting a slinky cigar lounge and handsome brushed steel bar.
JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay
The JW Marriott in Phu Quoc has caused a stir since its opening. As the awards, reviews, and photos attest, the property is a visual stunner, conceived by Bill Bensley in the theme of a colonial-era university. There’s something to admire in every corner of this beachfront beauty. Guest rooms feature sunken balconies and clawfoot tubs, and face powdery Khem Beach and the resort’s four swimming pools. Each morning, Tempus Fugit restaurant lays out a kingly spread of dishes from across the globe, and after dark, fine-dining restaurant Pink Pearl entices guests with live Neo-classical opera and gourmet cuisine in an extraordinarily opulent setting. Don’t miss a treatment at Chanterelle Spa, named World’s Leading New Spa 2017 at the World Luxury Awards.
Hotel des Arts Saigon
Ensconced in Ho Chi Minh City’s charming District 3, this MGallery property by Sofitel delights guests with gorgeous, cosy rooms with wooden floors, fine furnishings, and fabulous views over the treetops of Nguyen Thi Minh Khai. As its name suggests, Hotel des Arts Saigon is awash in beautiful Vietnamese art pieces, and natural light pours in from floor-to-ceiling windows in the restaurants and lobby. Inspiring interiors, a lovely spa and first-rate rooftop bar and swimming pool add a touch of romance couples will love.
Azerai La Residence, Hue
The Azerai is easily one of the most striking properties in Vietnam’s former feudal capital of Hue. Poised on the banks of the Perfume River, the original building was constructed in the art-deco style of the 1930s, and served as the mansion of the French governor in Hue. Today it’s under the helm of renowned hotelier Adrian Zecha, and a sublime address for a Hue getaway. Check into this pristine all-white property and spend your days in its spacious saltwater pool, fine-dining restaurant Le Parfum, and relaxing rooms overlooking the gardens and river beyond.
Intercontinental Danang Sun Peninsula
A marvel of modern design courtesy of Bill Bensley, the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort occupies a prime piece of hillside on the stunning Son Tra Peninsula. Traditional motifs drawn from Vietnamese temples are scattered throughout the villas and interiors. Ornate windows recall the form of Hội An’s flickering lanterns, while carved lions, dragons and other beasts add to the ambiance. The 700-metre private beach is perfect for swimming, sunning or simply sinking your toes into the amber-hued sand.
Vietnam is the upcoming destination wedding country and it will soon be the consumers first choice. Lets plan your wedding in Vietnam today, contact us now.