Bao Dai's Villas is one of the few remaining
examples of French colonial architecture in Vietnam. Built in 1923 as a holiday
resort for the last Vietnamese King Bao Dai and Queen Nam Phuong, the Villas sit
on a promontory of 120,000m2 of lush vegetation.
The Villas overlook the East Sea, its coastal
islands and enjoy sea breeze all year round.