Tanyoli resort, an imitation of Mongolian village in Ninh Thuan

Ngoc Anh
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(VOVWORLD) - Tanyoli, short for Tango Your Life, is a famous resort in Ninh Thuan province known for its design imitating a Mongolian village. Tanyoli resort is located in Phuoc Dinh commune, Thuan Nam district, which is about 30km to the south of Phan Rang-Thap Cham city. 


Tanyoli resort, an imitation of Mongolian village in Ninh Thuan - ảnh 1Tanyoli resort, a Mongolian village in Ninh Thuan province (photo: Ngoc Anh)

Tanyoli is the first resort in Vietnam imitating a Mongolian village and nomadic life. There are beautiful and fully-equipped yurts on the vast steppe of the south central coast. Covering 10 ha of land with mountains, steppe, sand dunes, and sea, the resort offers a blend of relaxation, natural adventure, and culture, which is ideal for exploration and sports tourism.

Do Thi Thanh Tam, Executive Director of Tanyoli resort, said: “The resort has fantastic accommodations. It’s a Mongolian village with yurts and Mongolian nomadic culture decor. There are 15 yurts and 5 bungalows. The resort is best for team building and group or family camping. We organize gala dinners and campfires and offer sports such as archery, skiing on grass and sand, and driving on sand dunes. Tourists come here mostly during the Lunar New Year Festival and in summer. We may serve up to 1,500 visitors a day and a maximum of 200 people staying overnight.”  

Tourists can try on Cham costumes to become charming Cham girls or strong Cham boys. At Tanyoli resort there are many sheep grazing on the steppe, which attracts tourists to take photos. Motorbike and car races on sand dunes, high wire, zipline, and mountaineering offer a unique and exciting experience.  

Tanyoli resort, an imitation of Mongolian village in Ninh Thuan - ảnh 2Driving off-road vehicles in Mui Dinh sand dunes in Phuoc Dinh commune, Thuan Nam district, Ninh Thuan province (photo: pharatravel.com)

Nguyen Phung Oanh, who works at Tanyoli resort, said: “We have games such as driving off-road vehicles to explore Mui Dinh sand dunes and kayaking at Mui Dinh beach. Sand dunes here are compared to small Dubai. Standing on the sand dunes you can see a lighthouse. On the way to the beach there is an egg-shaped stone and foreign tourists, especially South Koreans, love to take photos with it.”

Visitors to Tanyoli enjoy local cuisine such as grilled lamb, steamed goat, chicken hotpot with é leaves, steamed fish rolled in rice paper, and fried shrimp with garlic.

Le Thanh Hai, the first time visitor, said: “At Tanyoli resort, I find myself in a Mongolian steppe. There are yurts with interior décor of Mongo culture. The sand dunes are the most beautiful I ever seen in Vietnam. The sand stretches to the sea so we can play then go swimming in the beach. The water is clearer than anywhere else. I will suggest Tanyoli resort and Ninh Thuan province to my relatives and friends. The service here is good too.”

Tanyoli’s natural beauty, diverse food menu, and services have become a magnet for tourists.