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New Villa Option Near Nha Trang

March 14, 2011 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:

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The new An Lam Ninh Van Villas soft open this month a short drive from Nha Trang city in central Vietnam. The villas are 30 minutes away from Nha Trang city. It takes another 10 minutes by speedboat to reach the site. The resort is right on Ninh Van Bay, with the South China Sea in front of the resort and protected by beautiful hills and vegetation behind the villas.

The resort is ideal for guests who would like to visit local temples and markets. On the soft adventure side, Khiri Travel Vietnam recommends mountain biking, nature trail hiking, scuba diving, sea kayaking and windsurfing.

The resort features 35 villas complete with plunge pool, flat screen television, DVD players, resort iPods loaded with the music of your choice, Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a full butler service. The resort offers high quality of food & beverage services, a fully equipped gym room and spa.

Khiri Travel Vietnam is now offering special introductory rates to the An Lam Ninh Van Villas as well as a special weekend getaway promotion.

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