<p><i>National Geographic photographer Catherine Karnow shares some of her favorite photographs from a recent assignment in Vietnam. Read more in "The Glow of Vietnam" in the April 2015 issue of </i>National Geographic Traveler<i> (<a href="https://secure.customersvc.com/servlet/Show?WESPAGE=OrderPages/tr/1304/order_15A1.jsp&amp;MSRSMAG=TR&amp;EK1=TRAJ">subscribe here</a>).</i></p> <p>Luxury and taste come to Vietnam. The Amanoi resort, on an unspoiled part of the coast just south of Nha Trang, offers private villas with individual swimming pools.</p>

Luxury Meets Natural Beauty

National Geographic photographer Catherine Karnow shares some of her favorite photographs from a recent assignment in Vietnam. Read more in "The Glow of Vietnam" in the April 2015 issue of National Geographic Traveler (subscribe here).

Luxury and taste come to Vietnam. The Amanoi resort, on an unspoiled part of the coast just south of Nha Trang, offers private villas with individual swimming pools.

Photograph by Catherine Karnow

The Glow of Vietnam

Out of the shadows and into the now, at light speed.

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