Stretched along one of the longest beach, Bai Truong and ideally located in the center of Duong Dong Town and only 6 km away from Phu Quoc International Airport, Faminana Resort & Spa was beautifully built by a private pristine beach with cool-shadingpalm trees and white silken sand. The resort possesses 100 rooms in two areas which are separately known as Beach & Spa Section and Green Villa Section. It is also very well-known as the only beach on Phu Quoc Island to watch the sun setting down over the sea with stunning view.
All the rooms are elegantly designed in a nice bungalow and independent villa style perfectly suitable for those who love the beauty of nature and seek to indulge in a truly relaxing atmosphere.
Famiana Resort & Spa is peacefully covered with a tranquil fresh air environment, gentle sea breezes and green gardens. It provides full equipment and facilities such as an impressive swimming pool, a restaurant serving tempting Asian-European delights, a well-stocked bar & café, a spa with rejuvenating treatments and therapies and state-of-the-art sport facilities: gym, kayak, archery, tennis, mini-golf…all aiming at enhancing your vacation experience.
One of the greatest assets of Famiana Resort & Spa is its high level of service which is very caring. Friendly, dedicated and professional staff members are well-trained to go beyond their duties providing you with a feeling of ultimate comfort and seclusion thus creating a meaningful trip with your family and beloved ones.
What is included in the tour
- 7 nights in Famiana Resort & Spa 4*
- Deluxe Ocean View
- Return flights from London Gatwick
A land of staggering natural beauty and cultural complexities, of dynamic megacities and hill-tribe villages, Vietnam is both exotic and compelling.
Unforgettable experiences are everywhere in Vietnam. There’s the sublime: gazing over a surreal seascape of limestone islands from the deck of a traditional junk in Halong Bay. The ridiculous: taking 10 minutes just to cross the street through a tsunami of motorbikes in Hanoi. The inspirational: exploring the world’s most spectacular cave systems in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. The comical: watching a moped loaded with honking pigs weave a wobbly route along a country lane. And the contemplative: witnessing a solitary grave in a cemetery of thousands of war victims.
History & Culture
Vietnamese culture is complex, diverse and represents something of a history lesson. The nation's labyrinthine, teeming trading quarters are rich in indigenous crafts and reflect centuries-old mercantile influences. Ancient temples display distinctly Chinese influences in the north and Hindu origins in the south. Meanwhile the broad, tree-lined boulevards and grand state buildings that grace the capital date from the French colonial period. And it's impossible to forget Vietnam's pivotal position close to the epicentre of East Asian power and prosperity, for its cities' skylines are defined by clusters of glass-and-steel corporate HQs and sleek luxury hotels.
A Culinary Superpower
Thailand may contest the top spot, but in Southeast Asia nothing really comes close: Vietnamese food is that good. Incredibly subtle in its flavours and outstanding in its diversity, Vietnamese cooking is a fascinating draw for travellers – myriad street-food tours and cooking schools are testament to this. Geography plays a crucial role, with Chinese flavours influencing the soups of the north, spices sparking up southern cuisine, and herbs and complex techniques typifying the central coastline, rightly renowned as Vietnam’s epicurean hot spot. And up and down the country you can mingle with villagers, sample local dishes and sip rice wine in Vietnam's many regional markets.
Thrills & Chills
If you have the bills, Vietnam has the thrills and chills. Some require a little physical effort, such as motorbiking switchback after switchback up the jaw-dropping Hai Van Pass in central Vietnam. Others require even more sweat: kitesurfing the tropical oceanic waters off Mui Ne or hiking the evergreen hills around Bac Ha or Sapa. And when you’re done with all that adrenaline stuff, there’s plenty of horizontal ‘me’ time to relish. Vietnam has outstanding spas – from marble temples of treatments to simple family-run massage salons with backpacker-friendly rates.
When to go and weather
High Season (Jul & Aug)
- Prices increase by up to 50% by the coast; book hotels well in advance.
- All Vietnam, except the far north, is hot and humid, with the summer monsoon bringing downpours.
- During the Tet festival (late January or early February), the whole country is on the move and prices rise.
- North of Nha Trang can get cool weather. Expect chilly conditions in the north.
- In the far south, clear skies and sunshine are the norm.
Low Season (Apr–Jun, Sep–Nov)
- Perhaps the best time to tour the whole nation.
- Typhoons can lash the central and northern coastline until November.