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Vietnam Named Among Top 10 Luxury Destinations For 2020

Vietnam Named Among Top 10 Luxury Destinations For 2020

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    With the Maldives topping the list, the island paradise is a well known luxurious destination for visitors, with the nation welcoming over 1.5 million tourists during 2019.
    Thanks to hotels such as Zilwa Attitude (pictured), Mauritius has leaped up the list into second place. Part of the appeal of the Indian Ocean nation to travelers is the stunning national parks on offer, in addition to the botanical gardens, rum factories, and Port Louis, one of the best cities in the world to sample the street food.
    With experiences like dining alongside a candlelit waterfall at the Sarojin an option, it is no wonder that Thailand is near the top of the list.
    At 200 meters high, Lion Rock in Sigiriya, Sri Lanka, represents one of the country's many outstanding natural features, in addition to the island nation’s rolling hills and stunning beaches.
    At the fifth position, Bali in Indonesia is blessed with never-ending horizons, calm oceans, and white, sandy beaches, all key ingredients for any luxury getaway on a paradise island.
    Italy has risen one place in the Top 10, with the southeast region of Puglia becoming especially popular among travelers looking to experience amazing food, award-winning wines, and stunning, sun-kissed scenery.
    Famous for its organic cuisine and craft breweries, Oregon in the United States is ranked seventh in the list.
    Vietnam has made it into the Top 10 thanks to its rich culture, majestic landscapes, and bustling atmosphere. Indeed, several of the nation’s cities offer a culturally rich experience, including Hanoi, Da Nang, and Ho Chi Minh City.
    With Virgin Atlantic poised to increase its service to Antigua from three to four flights a week from June 2020, the Caribbean island is increasingly being seen as a premier luxury destination.
    South Africa has crept into the Top 10 due to offering a range of stunning open-air experiences, such as spending the night in a treehouse at Lion Sands.

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