Angsana Lăng Cô
Angsana Lăng Cô warmly welcomes you to the heart of adventure and discovery amidst the azure-blue waters of the East Sea and the emerald green forests of Truong Son mountain range.
You can cover a lot of ground in Vietnam, experiencing something different as you go along. The cities feel so alive, so full of energy that it can sometimes feel like a shock to the system. Beyond the metropolitan areas are placid countryside, mountain settlements and seaside villages. Return to a sense of balance and calm in this quiet part of Vietnam, and feel grounded by the sounds of nature and the sea breeze.
Dig deeper into Vietnam’s history by starting in the middle of the country. Here, you’ll find a heritage route that takes you to several World Heritage sites: the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Quang Binh province; the ancient citadel city and former capital of Hue; the restored ancient trading port of Hoi An; and My Son, ruins of Hindu temples built by Champa kings.