Lăng Cô

Tucked away in the traditional Cu Du Village in the Phu Loc District of Thua Thien Hue Province, the rustic hinterland of Laguna Lăng Cô is historically a favoured holiday retreat for Vietnamese royalty. The destination resonates with mystique and natural beauty and is accessible within an hour’s drive from the airports of both Da Nang and Hue. Lang Co Bay is regarded today as one of the most beautiful sites of its kind by the World’s Most Beautiful Bays Club. The bay is an alluring sight to behold, with a pristine golden sandy beach and turquoise waters framed by lush hills and mountains soaring amidst white clouds.

This vantage point offers a dramatic setting from which to explore one of Vietnam’s most picturesque regions. Laguna Lăng Cô sits at the crossroads of several distinctive UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the ancient capital city of Hue on the shores of the Perfume River, the charming and age-old city of Hoi An and the relics of My Son, a sanctuary featuring a wealth of temples and monuments with intricate carvings.

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