In Vietnam, bucolic meditation
A world heritage treasure, Ha Long Bay feeds the fantasies of travelers with its astonishing karst peaks for hundreds of kilometers. But 160 km to the south is another print landscape: Ha Long Bay on land. Less frequented than its big sister, it reveals superb peaks covered with vegetation and rocky mountains overlooking rice fields, temples and pagodas. To experience this bucolic region, rice granary and cradle of Vietnamese civilization, you drop off your luggage at Maison Quê. This traditional building in the heart of the delta, in Tam Coc, is an ideal home port for getting into a rowing boat and exploring the caves where scenes from Indochina were filmed. We extend the experience in the heart of unexplored Vietnam in the province of Phu Yên.Along an immaculate beach, in the middle of rice fields and surrounded by green hills, the Zannier hotel group has opened its new flagship, the Bãi San Hô. At the beginning
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