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Gia Trang

Friday, July 22, 2016, 14:12 GMT+7

GIA TRANG is nestled in a spacious, drafty plot of land with lush greeneries on Đoàn Nguyễn Tuấn street in Bình Chánh District. These conditions have been contributory to a beloved cuisine and recreation venue with its distinctive features. Located only 20 kilometers from the heart of Saigon and less than 50 minutes on motorbike from the airport, Gia Trang Resort is built on an area of nearly 10,000 square meters with a total seating capacity of up to more than 1,000 guests, including a wedding-convention restaurant, A la carte and buffet restaurants, a garden café, a swimming pool, a massage parlor and a romantic spa with an age-old, lavish yet nature-friendly sculpture and architecture style. As its name suggests, upon entering Gia Trang Resort you seem to step into a tranquil rustic painting, with a spacious area covered with luxuriant greeneries and time-honored houses casting their shadows onto a pond nearby, glazed terra-cotta water tanks and charming curved bridges, all of which arouse the atmosphere of the yesteryear.

7/23E Doan Nguyen Tuan St., Block 7, Tan Quy Tay County, Binh Chanh Dist.

+84 8 3760 8099

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