Resorts World Cruises sails to Vietnam

Resorts World One now sails to Vietnam, with its five-night itinerary that visits the coastal cities of Nha Trang and Da Nang – renowned UNESCO sites that are rich in heritage, culture and natural beauty.

Starting from the Hong Kong, the five-night Vietnam cruise voyage allows guests to enjoy the natural beauty of Nha Trang with its beaches and water activities at Long Beach, Dốc Lết and Đại Lãnh.

Vacationers can also island hop around Nha Trang Bay to Monkey Island, Hòn Mun Island and Yến Island, as well as discover the city’s rich heritage and distinct architecture, including the Long Son pagoda-the largest pagoda in Nha Trang with its 78-foot-tall Buddha statue, as well as a wide variety of local seafood and delicacies with age-old recipes.

The next cruise stop is Danang, which offers a mix of modern and traditional touches. The destination features popular beaches like the Pham Van Dong Beach and Non Nuoc Beach. Hike up the renowned Marble Mountains with hidden shrines, visit iconic landmarks such as the 666m Dragon Bridge, the Cham Museum, the Linh Ung Pagoda, Da Nang Cathedral, as well as the collection ruins at My Son – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Shopaholics can get their fix at the Con Market, a one stop centre with more than 2,000 shops, selling everything you could ever need in Danang.

For more information, visit Resorts World Cruises.

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