A weekend away at the Six Senses Resort Con Dao.

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  1. bedinh

    bedinh Silver Member

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    Hey guys, I have plenty more pics and the full review on my blog! www.flywithdinh.com :)

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    Ocean view 4 bedroom villa fit for a king.

    Over the weekend I had the honours of attending a wedding that one of my close friends had at the Six Senses Resort and Spa on Con Dao Island, Vietnam. This resort was an amazing experience as we were booked into a Ocean View 4 room villa which is made up of 3 complexes' next to each other that provided space and privacy. The design of the villa was strategically designed to have the feeling and enough open space and lounging area's for all three complexes' guest to feel together as one.

    Our villa was divided up by three buildings with the master bedroom located on the first floor of the central building followed by a second bedroom, the kitchen and dining room and a open planned lounge room located on the ground floor.

    The other two bedrooms and bathrooms were divided betweens the left and right building either side. The main infinity pool was accessible by the middle and right villa while the left apartment building had a small private pool.

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    Private sanctuary to relax.

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    Private pool by apartment one.

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    Living room in the middle apartment with views of the ocean.

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    View of the infinity pool and ocean from the apartment three.

    Hey guys, I have plenty more pics and the full review on my blog! www.flywithdinh.com :)
     
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    and nothing about the history of Con Dao??

    where British East India traders were murdered by locals in the 1700s

    later it was infamous for its 'tiger cages' when it was a French penal colony (similar to scenes from Papillon in French Guinea), after which it was deserted for some years (due to rumoured ghosts) and in turn the wildlife / biodiversity of the island flourished

    but maybe Six Senses would think this was not good marketing? it would be a selling point for me

    I heard about Con Dao when I was traveling in the Mekong Delta but never made it there :cool:
     
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