After the resounding success of Phum Baitang in Cambodia, Zannier opens Bai San Ho in the latter part of 2020. The peaceful province of Phu Yen is a lush, laid back region celebrated for its untouched coastline. Fishing is the main source of income here, meaning the region offers the freshest seafood, local culture and blissful sandy beaches upon which to relax during a busy adventure around Vietnam.
Bai San Ho comprises 71 spacious villas (46 with private pools) and sits within a 98-hectare natural site on an impressive one kilometre long white sand beach. Facilities include three restaurants, a beautiful spa, a panoramic infinity pool, a water-based activity centre, an expertly led kids club and two tennis courts.
20-metre swimming pool
Spa with seven treatment rooms, hammams and sauna
24/7 fitness centre
Yoga & aerobics studio
Two tennis courts
Watersports Centre offering snorkelling, fishing, surfing, paddle boarding, sailing (catamaran or hobie car), water skiing, wakeboarding and kayaking.
Land sports include walking and jogging trails, lagoon bicycling tours, petanque, badminton, ping pong, football, volleyball and tennis.
WINE AND DINE
Bai San Ho has created a culinary voyage with a plethora of fresh, varied and healthy foods available from three restaurants. The highlight will be Bà Hai, a stilted traditional Vietnamese restaurant bringing gastronomic delights from the North, Central and Southern regions.
The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. A small team of the most experienced travel designers, supported by the latest technology and delivered with the lightest touch. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.