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VNRE - If life is made up by moments, you'll find every moment yourself at Oceanami Resort & Luxury Home. Space and the world around you is stationary... while you are enjoying all the beauty and joy here. This is the perfect place to relax and "re-create life", where the beauty of a great ecological region harmony with creative passion and flair to every detail. Oceanami Resort & Luxury Home is the dream of a separate and perfect world is surrounded by blue sea and stunning environment.

Sublimation of contemporary architecture

Wonderful combination between natural purity and faith about the peak life values create a luxury and modern Oceanami Resort & Luxury Home, asserting a concept in enjoy the high level art. Oceanami Resort & Luxury Home appears as a perfect and unique sketch in Phuoc Hai - Long Hai panoramic. That is the quintessence crystallized from the passion, creative ideas and ability to empathize the subtle beauty of the masters in the field of architecture and design.

Masterpiece of Marine and cherry blossoms

Oceanami Resort & Luxury Home is a harmonious combination of the beauty sea, cherry blossoms mountain and the most excellence values refined from contemporary architecture, being a masterpiece of architecture and uniqueness landscape in this region.

Natural concerto

With dream awakes potential and charms of Long Hai, Oceanami Resort & Luxury Home also showed investors' enthusiasm when they try to reconstruction beauty, vitality and elegance inherent in the blossoms forest, care the landscape of the beautiful ecoregion, so that real harmony and preserve the pure beauty of nature...


- Oceanami Resort & Luxury Home is located on an area of 20 hectares, just 1.5 -2 hour drive from Hochiminh City and some minutes to the nearby resorts such as: Ho Tram - Binh Chau, Nui Dinh - Thi Vai, Con Dao. It owns an excellent location: the back titles the mountain, the face adjacent to the sea, winding around a 700 meters long beach.
- With most of the area distributes from the Ky Van peninsula to Thuy Duong tourist area, borders by mountain and sea, widest width is 300m.
- The terrain slopes to the Northwest - Southeast, peak height from 20-25m. Northeast of the land is relatively flat with an average height of 5-7m above the sea.

Sophistication of contemporary architecture

Oceanami Resort & Luxury Home respects the enjoy art and confirms the top class through sophisticated decorated style with full amenities in each luxurious villa according to the liking of the owner. The perfect combination between sea, mountains and flowers and layout of architectural space mix of modern elements and natural materials create a harmonious general, without limiting between the living space with the environment that exists only a boundless vision.

Oceanami Luxury Villas

- Type A

- Type B

- Type C

True Experience

Oceanami Resort & Luxury Home brings you opportunity to own beautiful villas along with the amenities of 5-star resort. Where you can reward the right moment...

Private beach

Before your eyes is a beautiful beach with blue sky, golden sand stretches... the family together to enjoy the sun and wind of the sea...


The wonderful relaxation will help you feel the sense of achievement and joy in life.

Tennis court

Sublimation with the violet passion for sports, fitness, or simply enjoy the sweet victory feeling.

Swimming pool

Comfort act in the cool water, lie down on the dreamlike couch around, enjoying the cool sweetness of the delicious drinks and dishes!

Water sports services




For further information, please contact:

Oceanami Resort & Luxury Home
Road 44th, Phuoc Hai Town, Dat Do District, Ba Ria-Vung Tau

HCMC Office: 44 Vo Van Tan Street, Ward 6, District 3, Hochiminh City
Tel: 84.8.3933 0163 - Fax: 84.8.3933 0370
Hotline: 84.93 787 1858 - 093 888 0358

Vung Tau Office: G4-22/1 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Ward 7, Vung Tau City
Tel: 84.64.357 3789 - Fax: 84.64.357 3889
Hotline: 84.93 397 3388 - 0903 856 820

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Anonymous said... March 11, 2011 at 5:16 PM

Nice post.