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“With roughly a third as many international visitors as Thailand, Vietnam is often left in the shadow of its popular neighbor. But the country has seen a 30 percent surge in tourists in the past year, with many of them flocking to Vietnam’s 2,000 miles of tranquil, powdery coastline.

At the month-old Anantara Quy Nhon Villas, midway between Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang on the less-traveled central coast, guests can take in panoramic views from one of 26 ocean-facing bungalows. Farther south, the JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Resort & Spa is a tropical retreat on a former prison island, now with a protected national park. Most peaceful of all will be Legacy Yen Tu, a resort in a once-abandoned village in the Dong Trieu mountains near the limestone cliffs of Ha Long Bay. Painstakingly re-created by architect Bill Bensley, it opens in January with a Japanese onsen-inspired spa and a museum chronicling the area’s rich Buddhist history”



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