An Lam Retreats Saigon River Resort, which debuted on March 7 and is located 25 minutes from the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, offers tourists a variety of unique activities. According to a spokesman from the resort, An Lam Retreats Saigon River runs a new style after renovation as blending resort experience with nature, traditions, and restoring mental health.
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Inspired by Vietnamese cultural quintessence, 38 villas and suites with private swimming pools, as well as other facilities, provide a pleasant and restful ambiance.
According to An Lam Retreats Saigon River’s spokesperson, the spiritual value in the resort idea established by this resort centers around four primary factors: pleasure, relaxation, balance, and exercise. The totality of these four elements in the resort adventure will have several good effects on each visitor.
As a hotel furniture maker, Tranducfurnishings was involved in the renovation project. With over 20 years of expertise, we have concentrated our efforts on manufacturing. From sample to mass production, everything was pushed forward by qualified people, precise quality control, and advanced machinery. Thank you to the clients that allow us to participate in their developments.
If the cuisine adventure and lodging have fulfilled the two parts of pleasure and relaxation, then the health treatment programs, spa treatments, and a range of exploratory activities assist build a balance of the body and mind, while also contributing to physical health improvement.
An Lam Retreats Saigon River also retains connections to traditional cultural values via activities connected with a strong sense of local identity. Guests may engage in everyday activities such as fishing, artisan coffee roasting lessons, and coconut oil and soap manufacturing classes using recycled materials right at the resort. To appreciate additional Vietnamese cultural beauty, visitors may also tour the Cu Chi tunnels by motorboat, leaving from resorts and traditional pottery villages.