ANAM LUXURY CAM RANH RESORT . The Anam, a remarkable new 117-villa and 96-room resort overlooking pristine Long Beach in Cam Ranh, south-central Khanh Hoa province, has been selected to join an exclusive network of the world’s top luxury properties and tourism operators. The Anam’s Chairman and owner Pham Van Hien announced that the five-star resort, which celebrated its grand opening last year, has been selected to join the invitation-only international travel network “Traveler Made”. Describing itself as “a community of travel designers dedicated to providing unique and exclusive bespoke journeys to travelers looking for different and original experiences”, Traveler Made specializes in ultra-luxury travel worldwide for incredibly wealthy clients.

The Anam underwent a stringent pre-selection process by two steering committees presided by luxury hoteliers and incoming agencies. The resort then provided in-depth information about its business and growth strategy before it was selected based on its ability to provide luxurious one-of-a-kind travel experiences. Mr. Hien said he and The Anam team were thrilled to have been recognized by such a prestigious group of tourism leaders. “To join Traveler Made’s community so soon after our grand opening in April last year is a fantastic achievement,” he said. “It’s a seal of approval that connects us to the top people in travel agencies and we look forward to introducing Traveler Made’s clients to our breathtakingly beautiful part of the world.”

The Reverie Saigon, Park Hyatt Saigon, Banyan Tree Lang Co, Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, and Amanoi Ninh Thuan are the only other Vietnamese properties invited to join the network.


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