All inclusive resorts in Vietnam are picking up speed with the growing realization that popular neighbor Thailand enjoys millions of tourist dollars from all-inclusive resorts alone. Though the country is not known for speed in any respect really, resorts have been flying up along the eastern coast north of Ho Chi Minh City, adding to fabled sandy stretches like that of famous China Beach.
Beautiful Vietnam beaches dot the north and south stretches of the Pacific Ocean on the east coast from Hue through to Danang and also from Hoi An down to Nha Trang, a city which is experiencing rapid growth and has become well known as a Vietnamese dive center. The coast here languidly passes Quoy Nhon and reaches down to Phan Thiet, where there are several popular beach resorts including several at Mui Ne, a beach attracting many of Ho Chi Minh’s elite for vacations. Heading down to the Gulf of Thailand, there are the ever beautiful Phu Quoc Islands and some worthy all inclusive resorts in Vietnam.
Finding all inclusive beach resorts in Vietnam might not be as easy as looking up similar resorts in neighboring Thailand or even within the Caribbean where there are literally thousands, but the little bit of extra work finding them is worth it if an all inclusive vacation preferred. With almost everything included, all inclusive beach resorts offer visitors a beach vacation with most costs included, allowing simple budget planning.
Searching for all inclusive resorts in Vietnam along the east coast can yield results in places like Nha Trang’s VinPearl Resort on Hon Tre Island and the Villa Hoa Su Frangipani All-inclusive Resort in Hoi An. The Panadus Resort (pictured above) in Mui Ne Beach, Phan Thiet is yet another of the growing number of all inclusive resorts in Vietnam. If all inclusive resorts on the beach aren’t as appealing as exploring famed sites like Halong Bay, consider all inclusive cruises throughout the north, a great alternative to sun, sea, and sand.