Banyan Tree creates luxurious travel experiences

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For weary travellers of days past, the shade of the banyan tree was a welcome resting spot to gather and reflect upon their journey. Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts has since expanded the reach of its shade into a worldwide string of luxury resorts that supply guests with the comforts of nature, eco-friendly design, and world-class service.

Each guest visits Banyan Tree for different reasons, but leaves with the same experience of rejuvenation. Meeting and greeting those requests with an unyielding level of elite service is what Banyan Tree does best. Discerning travellers realise that a Banyan Tree experience remains embedded in memories that last for a lifetime.


Mr. Pham Phu Truong

Mr. Pham Phu Truong, CEO of Truong Loc Group shares, "I choose my hotel/resort for each vacation based on the consistency in service standards worldwide, luxury, richness of the local culture, unique design and location. That is why I chose Banyan Tree Lijiang and Banyan Tree Ringha (Shangri-La, China) for my vacation with family and friends."

The goal of Banyan Tree is to blend into the local environment by creating luxurious, eco-conscious design, and culturally unique experiences for the discerning traveller, which is why Mr. Pham Phu Truong said the best things he experienced at Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts in Lijiang was, "the harmony of local architecture and international design standard". At Banyan Tree Ringha, "The resort completely blends in with the local village. The richness of the local culture is visible in very detail, and the service is excellent even in a remote area".

Banyan Tree also prides itself in the variety of activities and amenities available at each property.


Mr. Alexandre Hampe

Mr. Alexandre Hampe, Associate Director of Actualys, stays at Banyan Tree Bintan, Indonesia because, "More than a hotel, Banyan Tree knows how to offer a real experience, a source of well-being and delight for guests. The golf course is perfectly maintained and I enjoyed playing in such an idyllic spot".

Travelling with a family presents its own special challenges, which is why guests appreciate the activities for children. Mr. Hampe's children "spent a lot of time in the Kids Club". To sum it up, "Everything was perfect! The villas with stunning views and the jacuzzi on the terrace are a real haven. The staff is fast and friendly. They are always smiling and discreet. We had a great holiday without worrying about the details." Banyan Tree takes care of the details for you.

The health and beauty remedies that make use of aromatic oils, herbs, and spices with ancient healing powers are just a few of the reasons that Ms. Diem Ho, Director of finance at VinaCapital, chooses to visit the Banyan Tree Spa Phuket. 


Ms. Diem Ho

"At the spa, I enjoy the massage in an open air room with banana trees and trickling water to soothe my mind. I can choose whether I prefer my massage pressure to be soft, medium or strong. The therapists are well-trained and friendly. I felt so relaxed and thoroughly enjoyed the experience". There is no wonder why guests to Banyan Tree Spas returned for more. "The spa service offers a complete experience. At the end of it, you are served ginger tea and fruits. It's excellent!"

This November will see the opening of the Banyan Tree Group's first property in Vietnam.  Laguna Lăng Cô is the largest and first world class integrated resort in Vietnam which will include Banyan Tree and Angsana branded hotels and spas, an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Sir Nick Faldo, privates villas and residences for sale, convention facilities and a plethora of recreational activities for guest at all ages. Laguna Lăng Cô is poised to become the leading world-class holiday and premium second home destination in Southeast Asia.

To share the opening celebration with the residents of Vietnam, Banyan Tree Lăng Cô and Angsana Lăng Cô are offering the exclusive Opening Celebration Offer to local residents. For more information please visit and

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