As with all Six Senses properties you feel at one with nature in this luxury eco-friendly resort (yes it is possible to have both). The setting is dramatic with pavilions dotted across a steep mountainside and the design of the resort makes good use of the views of striking rock formations and silver sand. There is a calmness about this secluded bay and guests tend to let out a deep 'ahhhhh' sigh on arrival and get progressively mellower as the days progress; must be the influence of the quietly charming Vietnamese staff. Of cause copious treatments in the sublime spa also help. The architecture is a modern take on traditional Vietnamese style. The pagoda-like dining pavilion and the reception champak were made by traditional craftsmen, transported across the water and assembled on site. That's how you'll feel too, 'transported across water and re-assembled with added inner calm on site'.