5 Luxury Wellness Retreats In Vietnam For A Restorative Break

5 Luxury Wellness Retreats In Vietnam For A Restorative Break

Vietnam is famed for its food, culture, historic towns and beaches, in equal measures—which makes it popular for weekend breaks and month-long journeys alike. With so much to choose from and a rich heritage to draw upon, it’s no wonder so many people look to the country as the perfect place for a wellness escape. But choosing from the wide number on offer is no easy task. We’ve put together a list of the most luxurious wellness retreats in Vietnam to help you make the most of your time away.

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Fusion Maia Da Nang

If you’re struggling to narrow down a focus for your relaxing retreat, Fusion Maia’s all-inclusive spa policy (with two guaranteed treatments each day per guest) offers the perfect solution. Its ‘Anytime, Anywhere’ breakfast service lets you start the day as you mean to go on, while its proximity to three UNESCO heritage sites and Hoi An Old Town offer a plethora of cultural excursion options. There are also numerous fitness and wellness classes taking place at scheduled intervals throughout the day, including taichi, yoga and meditation.

Prices start from US$1,392 | Book now on Compare Retreats

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Nestled within one of Vietnam’s largest conservation sites, Amanoi is an award-winning meditative retreat space that offers its guests daily spa treatments, rejuvenating wellness therapies and an intimate, relaxing setting. Its seven-night Longevity, Rejuvenation, Detoxification Journey package includes accommodation in one of the resort’s pavilions, villas or residences, a wellness consultation on arrival and departure, and a daily itinerary including spa treatments, specialist seminars and group movement and therapy sessions.

Prices start from US$11,480 | Book now on Compare Retreats

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay

If you’re feeling burnt out and as if your batteries are in need of a serious recharge, the Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Sleep programme may offer the perfect solution. Seven days in this tranquil resort just outside of Nha Trang will leave you feeling restored and ready to tackle whatever challenges come your way. Packages are inclusive of wellness evaluations, private yoga sessions, an aerial yoga session, acupuncture, a facial and several rejuvenating massages.

Prices start from US$890 | sixsenses.com

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Four Seasons Resort Nam Hai

Situated between three UNESCO World Heritage sites, this five-star facility offers an intimate sanctuary to reconnect with what matters most to you, whether it be on a solo retreat or a week spent away with your loved one. Its Art of Mindfulness retreats includes daily breakfast, private yoga and meditation sessions, a nutritional cooking course and a unique healing singing bowl treatment, among other restorative treatments. The retreat length is customisable, running for anywhere between three and 30 nights.

Prices start from US$3,320 | Book now on Compare Retreats

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Banyan Tree Lang Co

In the beautiful central region of Vietnam, surrounded by crystal clear waters and lush vegetation, Banyan Tree Lang Co is an award-winning property steeped in luxury. The perfect place for those looking for an intimate, indulgent retreat, it boasts a golf course designed by Nick Faldo, a state-of-the-art fitness centre and yoga pavilion and a water sports centre with jet skis, paddleboards, kayaks and more at your disposal. The Ultimate Banyan Tree Lang Co package includes unlimited golf, spa or dining inclusions, as well as a daily shuttle to nearby cities Da Nang and Hue.

Price available on request | banyantree.com

Amanda Sheppard

The former Art & Culture editor at Time Out Hong Kong magazine, Amanda is a freelance lifestyle writer based in Asia's world city. Amanda grew up in Asia, loves hiking, stand up paddle boarding, and a day well spent outdoors. Her last holiday sunrise trekking along Indonesian volcanic landscapes gave her a taste of the healthy holiday bug, and she’s been on the lookout for her next great adventure ever since.

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