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Situated along charming and romantic Ninh Van bay, L’Alya is natural, pristine and surrounded by picturesque sceneries. At the place where time is forgotten, you will be pampered in the openness of tranquil woods, blue natural sea and spectacular settings under the sunset. You will be captivated by fine cuisines, the naivety of local people and top-notched services. Extremely private space makes you feel the serenity and peace of mind.


Elegance mixed with natural simplicity, the openness of both contemporary and traditional architecture in the wide beauty creates the unique “semi-closed’ style of L’Alya Villas. A purely decent Vietnamese space is featured simply by leaf roofs, bamboos, wooden beams, and granite floors. The outer looks simple, however, the interior is extremely elegant, comfortable, modern and luxurious. All villas are separately located but surrounded by nature and enjoy large living space, outdoor swimming pools, bathrooms, and private sunbathing yards.
Particularly, every villa is 24/24 taken care of by a decent and whole-hearted butler who will be available any time you need.
Our property and rooms don’t use many typical locks, rest assured though that our security and seclusion help resolve the need for such things.
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• Asian Wellness Treatment Spa
• Gym with cardio and fitness equipment
• Outdoor Dining
• In-Villa Dining
• Same day Laundry
• 24-hour emergency medical service and security
• Cooking, Tea & Coffee Classes
• Library
• Pool Table


  • Air Conditioner
  • Bathtub
  • Double
  • Fitness Center
  • Hot & Cold Shower
  • in room wifi
  • In-door Bath Room
  • Internet access
  • Public WiFi
  • Queen size bed
  • Restaurants
  • Sea View Window

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Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh CityVibrating with energy, innovation, and traffic – lots of traffic – Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is the economic heart of Vietnam and the main hub of the southern region. A freewheeling, cosmopolitan metropolis, HCMC’s dynamic cityscape draws together old and new Vietnam in the most compact of spaces, representing the city’s

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TOP THINGS TO DO IN HO CHI MINH CITY: See the top landmarks Ho Chi Minh City's colonial attractions are sprinkled around District 1, with the Reunification Palace looking down tree-lined Le Duan Boulevard where you'll find the Notre Dame Cathedral and the city's Central Post Office. Walk down Dong Khoi street, and you'll pass the Saigon Opera House and the Continental Hotel. On a more local level, the Ben Thanh Market and the Jade Emperor Pagoda are both worth a stop. Shop small boutiques Around District 1, a host of old apartments and former office buildings have been repurposed as shopping centers, leading to some surprising retail discoveries. Decades-old buildings such as 22 Ly Tu Trong and 42 Nguyen Hue are good examples of these impromptu shopping malls. The streets and alleys branching off of Dong Khoi are packed with all kinds of fascinating stores. Visit the War Remnants Museum The War Remnants Museum recounts a tumultuous time in 20th-century Vietnamese history, documenting both the atrocities of the war and the aftermath of the conflict. If you're interested in learning about the war from another point of view, this museum offers a wealth of information as well as some compelling photo exhibits. Explore the Chinese Quarter The Chinese neighborhood known as Cho Lon houses Binh Tay Market, a colossal wholesale trading center, as well as Thien Hau Pagoda, an atmospheric temple that pays homage to the goddess of the sea amid clouds of incense and burning votive paper. Next door, the colorful Chaozhou Assembly Hall and pale blue Cho Lon Mosque highlight the neighborhood's intersection of cultures. Hop on a motorcycle Beyond landmarks, Ho Chi Minh City serves up a taste of urban Vietnam by way of its traffic. Do as the locals do and hop on the back of a motorbike to see the city on street level and feel its energetic pulse. If you can't drive, there are many tour companies offering motorbike tours. Some of the best set off in the evening, when the city is at its most romantic and the sidewalk vendors are out in force. Eat street food Ho Chi Minh City's street food draws together countless regional specialties from across Vietnam. Locals love to gather around dented metal tables across the city for incredible roadside feasts. The options are plentiful but don't miss highlights such as Vietnamese sandwiches (bánh mì), southern-style savory pancakes (bánh xèo) and broken rice (cơm tấm). Get to know Vietnamese art Though they may be small and sometimes difficult to find, Ho Chi Minh City's contemporary art galleries are worth your effort. Start your artistic adventure at the Fine Arts Museum, once the mansion of one of HCMC's wealthiest residents, before venturing out to other spaces. Noteworthy venues include Galerie Quynh, The Factory and Craig Thomas Gallery.

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