An intermediate region between Central Highlands and the Mekong Delta in Southern Vietnam, Binh Duong province is located north of Ho Chi Minh city, approximately 15 km from the city center.
Apart from its reputation as one of the most developing industrialized provinces in the country, Binh Duong is also home to many architectural and historical sites, stunning natural scenery, spiritual attractions, art, and handicraft villages. For those with a keen interest in cultural heritage, Binh Duong’s famous craftwork villages: Minh Long ceramics, Binh Nham Wooden Shoe village, Phu Tho Wood Sculpture village, Tuong Binh Hiep Binh Lacquer village, etc. are the significant highlights.
Similarly, Lai Thieu Orchard, another tourist attraction, is apt for a picnic given its well-preserved natural settings along the Saigon River, making it an ideal place to witness local life and culture and explore Vietnamese tropical fruit taste.
From October to April: This is the best time of the year to feel the warmth and soak up some sunshine, making it ideal for morning yoga on the deck, a sunset tour along the Saigon River, a private dining experience by the deck, and an array of outdoor activities.
Experience the unrivaled luxury of the retreat amid the pristine wilderness neighboring Saigon, with only 35 minutes by car from Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN) and 25 minutes by boat from District 1 & District 2.
Our Airport Staff will welcome and receive the guests at the arrival gate of Terminal 1 for domestic flights and Terminal 2 for international flights.