Two rounds of golf at KN Golf Links anchor a “Golf and Dine” package that includes three nights’ accommodation at the Anam. The golf course opened late last year at the southern end of Cam Ranh’s 8-km Long Beach. The Anam is situated at the northern end. After drinks at cocktail hour daily, the package features a different dining experience each evening.
There is a five-course dinner with wine and live piano at the Anam’s elegant fine dining grill The Colonial one evening.
On the second evening, there is a guided night-tour through bustling Nha Trang on a white Vespa with stops at key culinary opportunities along the way.
And on the third evening, there is an authentic slice of Vietnamese culture with Mama’s Cooking, a cooking extravaganza conducted by a half-dozen mothers of its staff who draw upon centuries-old recipes for timeless Vietnamese classics.
To help boost their game, golfers also benefit from a private yoga session with the Anam’s resident yogi Umesh as part of the package.
In October, Norman helped open KN Golf Links, a 27-hole development that marks the Australian legend’s third effort in the country and a new anchor for golf along the south central coast.
The main attraction at the club is its 18-hole Links course, inspired by the classic seaside layouts of Scotland and Ireland and described by Norman as one of the “most unique properties I’ve ever been able to work with.”
Complementing the Links course is the Oasis: a 9-hole, garden-style challenge that runs inland from the clubhouse.
The Golf and Dine experience is priced at USD 1435.00 for two people in a Balcony Garden View Room for three nights. The package also includes the 18-hole green fee for two rounds at KN Golf Links, daily cocktail hour at the Beach Club, a five-course meal at The Colonial, a Vespa tour, Mama’s Cooking, a private yoga lesson, buffet breakfast and airport transfers. Golf and Dine is available until December 26, 2019, with the last departure date December 29, 2019.
About The Anam
Cam Ranh is one of Vietnam’s most pristine deep-water bays and, with over 300 days of sunshine a year, is on the cusp of becoming the country’s newest tropical destination. The Anam is the first five-star resort on a peninsula in the bay, and will be a hard act to follow for the other properties currently under construction.
Just an hour’s flight from Ho Chi Minh City, and 15 minutes from Cam Ranh Airport, The Anam, which is backed by low mountains and fronted by white sands and blue waters, exudes a laid-back sophistication. Guests can choose from a wide variety of accommodations, ranging from nine different categories of villas to 96 Sea and Garden View rooms and suites in the Anam Deluxe Collection hotel. These all have balconies or gardens looking out over the ocean or the forest of palm trees. There are 15 connecting pairs of rooms, and the two Terrace Suites have separate living rooms and balconies with ocean views.