The 5-star resort in Nha Trang is ready for the return day
KHANH HOA – Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Resort maintains facilities, constantly refreshes everything, ready to welcome visitors to experience.
As an isolated resort on a small island bay, Six Senses Ninh Van Bay scores by its rich beauty, bestowed by nature right from the early days of its formation. The resort is loved by many tourists thanks to its majestic mountain views, long natural curving beach, and the harmonious design of eco-friendly thatched-roof villas.
The resort’s representative said that it is always looking for ways to maintain the facilities, develop nature in the most harmonious way, and constantly renew everything to wait for visitors to return. Visitors to the resort will admire the diverse ecosystem that is more vivid and colorful with fresh individuals.
The rare black-shanked douc langurs have increased in number, the transplanted coral frames next to the natural coral reef are constantly growing to attract many new and strange sea creatures.
The resort has upgraded its software to apply technology in the process of serving guests, bringing safety, convenience, and absolute privacy.
Through the Wellness program of Six Senses Group, visitors are consulted and checked for health using a scientific analyzer, to bring peace of mind. The resort also provides a number of reasonable diets and rests supported by enthusiastic experts.
Visitors have the opportunity to connect more with nature through unique experiences such as climbing, discovering the rare black-shanked douc langur together with biologists who research directly at the resort.
Classes in papermaking, candle making, soap making from recycled materials, etc. are activities that help visitors to love the environment more.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is expected to bring a lot of laughter and emotions to children in a new and unique integrated play space, which is in the process of being completed, named Vooc Village. This is an experienced village for children with a name inspired by the lovely douc langurs, which live naturally around the resort.
The representative of Six Senses Ninh Van Bay added that with the careful preparation of everything, the resort is always ready and looking forward to welcoming all visitors back on the nearest day.
( photo: Six Senses Ninh Van Bay)
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