The Weekend Australian - Travel - - Travel & Indulgence - SU­SAN KURO­SAWA

WITH a jazzy colour pal­ette of or­ange and lime, and all the con­tem­po­rary trim­mings as­so­ci­ated with the Angsana brand, a bright and buzzy re­sort in cen­tral Viet­nam is set to at­tract Aus­tralian cou­ples and fam­i­lies. Angsana Lang Co forms part of the 280ha La­guna in­te­grated com­plex of a Nick Faldo-de­signed cham­pi­onship golf course, serene sis­ter-property Banyan Tree Lang Co (an es­tate of dreamy pool vil­las) and fu­ture ho­tel sites. Best ac­cess is to fly to Da Nang from Sin­ga­pore with Sin­ga­pore Air­lines’s off­shoot SilkAir and ar­range a trans­fer to Angsana Lang Co. Aside from all the ex­pected re­sort ameni­ties of mul­ti­ple din­ing out­lets, flo­ral-scented spa, kids’ club and wa­ter­sports cen­tre, there’s a flex­i­ble ar­ray of ac­com­mo­da­tion styles. Pick of the of­fer­ings is a spa­cious Angsana Loft (one or two bed­rooms) with sev­eral lev­els, out­door ter­race space, plunge pool and sea views. It’s just the spot to kick back be­tween hang­ing out at Moomba tapas bar or the groovy Rice Bowl (fun light­ing ef­fects; bead-cur­tained ta­ble nooks). Sight­see­ing tours can be or­gan­ised to nearby Hue, Hoi An and the her­itage-listed ru­ins at My Son. More: angsana.com; silkair.com.

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