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The Vietage: Vietnam’s Luxury Train Ride Through Time

Glamorous & Luxurious Old-World Charm With Modern Twist

Imagine a journey that conjures up a picture of the Orient Express, yet blends into colonial architecture and luxury class travel. Imagine being whisked away through the Vietnamese countryside connecting Da Nang and Quy Nhon cities. Put the imagination aside and get ready to embark on a luxurious train experience with The Vietage, Vietnam’s first train carriage.

The Vietage is a luxury train that takes passengers through Vietnam’s most stunning landscapes on a fully immersive journey that combines luxury with travel, a must-do experience when traveling through South Central Vietnam.

Every day, travelers can embark on a journey aboard Vietage, which departs from Da Nang at 08:00 and arrives in Dieu Tri station of Quy Nhon some 6 hours later. Those who wish to return to Da Nang may take off from Dieu Tri at 18:33 and reach their destination around midnight. This service runs for eleven months out of each year – except during the Tet holiday season.

We are here to give you the reasons why you should experience The Vietage at least once in your lifetime.

Enjoy a 6-hour ride in a posh, designer-interior carriage.

The sleek-lined modern interiors and large comfy seats with mashrabiya-style screens for added privacy.

The most elegant way to get pampered while enjoying Vietnam’s countryside view.

To truly experience Vietnam, you must see it from the ground up. The Vietage luxury train ride through time will take you on a journey through Vietnam’s countryside. Enjoy the countryside scenery of Vietnam’s rural villages, languid water buffalos and rice paddy fields give way to mountainous landscapes and glimpses of beach life.

Perfect for couples and honeymooners.

Intimate and exclusive as the carriage can cater to 12 reservation-only seats

All-inclusive dining. Gastronomy delight of Vietnamese cuisine with a French twist.

Enjoy a three-course epicurean experience from an exclusively-curated menu. Described as “essentially Vietnamese but with a French twist” the dishes are a veritable explosion of creative flavors and local ingredients. 

Free-flow drinks for all guests.

A selection of free-flowing wines, beers, home-made cocktails, mocktails, soft drinks, teas, and coffees make the perfect liquid accompaniments to the gourmet adventure

Complimentary head and shoulder massage for all guests.

A dedicated area with spa treatment chairs offers head and shoulder treatments on the go as the train passes through local villages, and rural countryside and stops at a few stations on the way.

Board Games

Impossible for anyone to get bored on this 6 hours journey when there are plenty of board game options available at the bar area. With its semi-circular shape and stylish black inox marble counter bar, The Vietage promises to provide travelers with an unforgettable experience as they journey along the South Central coast of Vietnam. Adorned with luxurious leather stools, guests can enjoy tantalizing cocktails, local craft beers, classic wines, and snacks while playing any board game – all designed to stimulate the senses in this delightful setting.

Playing game
Spend on a good cause

Every USD1 of the ticket goes to the Kianh Foundation, a not-for-profit charity providing a full-time, customized, special needs curriculum for children with disabilities in the Quang Nam Province of Central Vietnam.

Now that we have given you the reasons to be aboard The Vietage, you might be wondering how much a ticket costs per person.

A one-way ticket aboard The Vietage costs US$400 per person, including a three-course, pre-ordered meal, free-flow wines, beers, homemade cocktails, mocktails and soft drinks, bar snacks, and a 15-minute head and shoulder treatment.

Anantara has developed the Vietage to introduce memorable journeys between Anantara Hoi An and Anantara Quy Nhon Villas, a unique Vietnamese luxury travel experience for its guests. Although, if you’re not staying with Anantara, you can still enjoy this luxurious train ride. Head over to to book your tickets.

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