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  • The perfect holiday accommodation

    "Hi Kasey, I have been meaning to write to you sooner but just got caught up with the usual things once we got back home. We noted how happy we were with Villa Satori in your guest book at the Villa as everyone else fortunate to have stayed there has also done. We had the most wonderful holiday, it was just perfect in every sense. I did have trouble with reception on the tv and buzzing sound when a dvd was put in, but I was thankful that was the case as it stopped us from having it on and allowed us just to enjoy the sounds of life around the villa and enjoy each others company, I haven't felt so relaxed and laughed that much in a long time. The villa is perfect, your choice in decor was very tasteful, inviting and homely, it just felt that you left no stone unturned to ensure maximum enjoyment for anyone who stays there and Wayan and Ketut seem to exemplify the same philosophy, both very kind and attentive and an uncanny ability to operate in a kind of stealth mode that its like they are not there at all. Having small children ensured we spent as much time as we could in the villa, which was great and the type of holiday I was looking for. We did manage some day trips with one of you drivers Wayan and he was great and the massages from Wayan were incredible. Our travel companion Brian commented that he will certainly try and go back with some of his friends as he loved it so much. Traditionally we try different places to travel for different experiences but somehow I think we will also go back one day to explore parts of Ubud we didn't get to see this time and the opportunity to stay again at Villa Satori. So thank you for the work you put into making sure Villa Satori is an experience that will stay with you long after you have left."
    Guest: Steve S. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 10, 2014
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  • A perfect place to stay

    "The house is actually bigger than the You tube video. Communication with the owners was excellent at all times. Very clean, everything in the house you could need, handy to walk to Gion, very quiet area, beautifully restored house. Can't think of anything amiss. recommend it wholeheartedly."
    Guest: Lya Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 19, 2014
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  • Well appointed villa - very relaxing

    "I have recently spent a week in this villa and have nothing but complements to bestow on the owner and the staff at the Villa. The owner put me in contact with a driver and arranged for us to be picked up at the airport and taken direct to the Villa. He also provided supplementary information on the Villa and where and when to pick up supplies. The staff at the Villa could not be faulted. The house boy was discreet and inconspicuous, while still being available to assist us when required. The night staff we had no contact with. The Villa itself was beautifully appointed. There were large air conditioned rooms that were clean and with the most comfortable bed that I have experienced, outside my own house!! The pool was cleaned daily and was a favourite place to sit and read, while watching the view across the ocean. Yes, there were calls to prayer, but this is a Muslim country and to me, this adds to the whole atmosphere. Why leave home if you do not want to enjoy a new experience. I would recommend this Villa to anyone who wanted to escape without the hype of hotels and especially do not want to share their pool with many other tourists."
    Guest: Denise H. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 31, 2014
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Vietnam Travel Tips

Attractions and Activities at Vietnam Vacation Rentals

Vietnam’s cities are something to be experienced. A chaotic bustle of people, vehicles, scooters, roadside stalls and markets someone all blend together as part of city life. Hanoi is known as the cultural hub of Vietnam as it contains many beautiful temple buildings and shrines that are an integral part of the local culture. The Vietnamese island offers pristine beauty and a paradise-style vacation destination. Many resorts are eco-lodges which allow you to appreciate the natural surroundings. The beaches are some of Vietnam’s finest natural attractions. If you travel to more remote areas in the north, you can get a glimpse of more traditional rural Vietnamese lifestyle. It is these parts of Vietnam that are ideal for trekking and exploring on a bicycle.

Visitors to Vietnam Villas

Vietnam is a country with a rich and diverse range of attractions. Most people are familiar with the country only because of the American involvement in the Vietnam War that took place in the 1950s and 1960s; however, it is an incredibly beautiful country in its own right. The south is characterized by tropical rainforests and beautiful sandy beaches. It is still a relatively affordable destination as is becoming a popular alternative to the beach resort areas of Thailand. If you are looking for natural beauty and quiet serenity, a beach vacation in Vietnam would be ideal for you. There are many historical sites in the towns and cities that reflect the country’s turbulent past. Many people with a strong interest in the Buddhist culture choose to visit Vietnam because of the many temples and shrines.

Best Seasons to Visit Vietnam Accommodation

The weather and climate in Vietnam varies depending on if you are visiting the south, central or northern parts of the country. For the most part, the climate is tropical and sub-tropical, and the most extreme temperature ranges occur in the mountainous northern region. The prime travel seasons occur during the drier months which are April to July and December and January. Summers can get very hot and humid, especially in the southern parts. For those wanting to visit the beaches, this is ideal vacation weather.

Traveling to and Around Vietnam

Vietnam has four international airports. The largest airport is Tan Son Naht International Airport and located in Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon. Most commercial international flights from Europe and North America use this airport as their main landing destination in Vietnam. The second-largest airport is Noi Bai International Airport located in Hanoi. The international airport in Da Nang is frequently used for flights from Asian cities such as Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong or Beijing. The Can Thao Airport in South Vietnam has recently been upgraded to an international airport. It hosts flights from Japan, Thailand and Cambodia. There is a relatively good network of domestic flights in Vietnam; if your travel time is limited, this is the best way to get around.

If you have more time, an alternative is to travel by rail. This way you get to experience the beautiful scenery of Vietnam. There are good rail links to most parts of Vietnam with the exception of the highlands. Where the rail routes stop, you can often get a bus or taxi to your destination. Cycling is a popular way to get around for both locals and tourists. This is ideal for quieter rural areas but in urban areas, traffic can be chaotic and cyclists will have to exercise caution on the roads.

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