|The discerning traveler values the exclusivity of private beaches and quiet, secluded places that bring him closer to nature. Vietnam, still graced with unspoiled nature and a rich culture heritage, is the ideal venue for this new quest of luxury.
Fully equipped and open 24 hours a day, the Fitness Centre has a full range of cardiovascular and muscle-toning equipment, including treadmills, lifecycles and free weights. Personal training sessions are also available upon request.
Body-boarding and wake-boarding are available. Numerous beach activities, such as volleyball and football, are offered daily and organized by friendly and qualified sports instructors.
Excursions & Sightseeing Tours
The PRINCESS D'ÂN-NAM is ideally situated for a wide range of activities for guests who may be feeling athletic or adventurous ― those who are on a quest of sightseeing and discovery, or even those who have an urge to climb or to explore:
For the adventurous, we organize spectacular mountain tours in vintage jeeps. Explore the adventurous playgrounds of Ham Thuan Nam province and the parks of the Binh Thuan region, containing primary rain forests, sand dunes, breathtaking lakes, wild tropical flora and fauna. It is nature at large and a much-vaunted addition to the PRINCESS D'ÂN-NAM experience.
||Golf in Phan Thiet
Phan Thiet boasts one of the best courses in Vietnam―the Ocean Dunes Golf Club. Designed by Nick Faldo, the par-72, 18-hole course affords spectacular views and challenging holes.
Ta Cu Mountain
Whether you reach it with a short hike or a cable car ride, this mountain adventure provides a chance to sight rare birds and exotic wild life within its rainforests. At its peak sits a pagoda, as well as the largest reclining Buddha in all of Vietnam.
Cape Mui Ne
An impressive arc of sand that stretches 21 kilometers is a refuge for an entire fleet of fishing boats on a sparkling ocean. One of Phan Thiet’s most popular attractions.
Phan Thiet Harbor and Fish Market
Painted in the brightest imaginable hues, fishing boats dock and busy themselves with trade, as they have done for centuries. A sight to behold and a definite masterpiece in the making for photographers.