Thao Dien Village

Thao Dien Village is located near the Saigon River in Thao Dien Ward, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City. A divine resort with international standards now becomes an ideal tourist destination for visitors to this modern and dynamic city.

Thao Dien Village, a tourism complex, covers a total area of nearly 20,000m2, bordering the Saigon River for 180m. It takes about 15 minutes by high-speed boat on the river to get there or to walk, it is 7km from the city centre. The resort has a green space and traditional architectural style.

Thao Dien Village is the first five-star river view resort in Ho Chi Minh City with different premium products and services, including Viet Authentic Spa; four restaurants of Ngon, Chaba Thai, Tama-Gawa Sushi Bar and Villa Romain Italian with delicious dishes of Vietnam, Thailand, Japan and Italy respectively to meet the diverse gastronomic needs of visitors; Thao Dien Village Hotel; Van Mieu Event House; a puppet performance area; a gymnasium and an entertainment area for kids. Thao Dien Village Hotel consists of 20 rooms which are fully equipped with modern facilities, providing the highest standards of comfort and indulgence.

The green space inside Thao Dien Village. Photo: Thong Hai/VNP

European-styled architecture inside Thao Dien Village. Photo: Thong Hai/VNP

The paths leading to villas in Thao Dien Village are harmonious with nature. Photo: Thong Hai/VNP

Foreign visitors relax at Thao Dien Village. Photo: Thong Hai/VNP

A modern and convenient gymnasium. Photo: Thong Hai/VNP

Tourists relax in the swimming pool near the Saigon River in Thao Dien Village. Photo: Thong Hai/VNP

Thao Dien Village boasts convenient and luxurious bedrooms. Photo: Thong Hai/VNP

A white sand covered playground for children in Thao Dien Village. Photo: Thong Hai/VNP

Modern facilities at the gymnasium. Photo: Thong Hai/VNP

Thao Dien Village is currently an attracting destination for foreign visitors to Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Thong Hai/VNP

Staying in the resort which boasts a green space, fresh air from the river and paths with rows of Su (Plumeria) flowers leading to villas, tourists will be immersed in moments of absolute rest and relaxation. The resort also gives tourists a feeling of being on a beach with white sand and rows of coconut trees.

Linda Wilson, a tourist from England, said: “I have had wonderful holidays in the resort where I found distinctive Vietnamese features”.

Story: Nguyen Vu Thanh Dat
Photos: Thong Hai