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March Residential Highlights: Coastal Retreats Amid Global Instability



With Covid-19 troubles still on our minds, conflict in Europe, China’s GDP slowdown, and oil set to cost over US$100 per barrel for the next few months, the thought of a weekend escape or a few days to recharge might be just the thing you need.

Or perhaps, you are ready to move somewhere quieter? The idea of a quiet and tranquil life is not a new concept. In fact, it would appear to be something that we have been searching for, for centuries. The famous Greek tragedian, Euripides, wrote “The good and wise lead quiet lives.” With this in mind, we have curated a list of local and international properties that might be the perfect place to unwind and set aside the cares of the world.

In Viet Nam, leisure travel is set to come back tolife after two years in the doldrums. On the domestic front, the Lunar New Year was incredible for the hospitality segment as 6.1 million domestic tourists packed their bags, generating revenue of VND 25 trillion.

On an international level, Viet Nam opened its borders on 15 March 2022, welcoming back international guests. Travelling to Viet Nam has also become a lot more simple for citizens from countries, including South Korea, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom, as these guests can stay in Viet Nam for 15 days without a visa.

With both international and domestic travel reopening, a beach home in Viet Nam, in the likes of Ho Tram or Da Nang, might be the ideal getaway for you if you live in one of the big cities like Ha Noi or Ho Chi Minh City, or even if you are aninternational buyer.

Beach properties in Viet Nam not only offer idyllic natural surroundings, but they are often less than two hours from big cities, which makes them perfect for business travellers or weekend escapes. 

Have a look at our curated list of beach properties in Viet Nam:  


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