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Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Experiences

Rituals

Arrival spirit

It’s all about the gong! In ancient Vietnam, this is a timeless tradition and included in important celebrations to welcome guests to the local commune or village. In this case that VIP is you. As you step from the boat onto our jetty and strike the gong, we invite you to set an intention for your stay with a loud and satisfying clang.

Water ritual

All Six Senses properties bottle their own water on site, which avoids the transportation of almost 2 million plastic bottles a year. We also provide filtration drinking water systems to schools in the Van Ninh and Cam Lam districts. So it’s fair to say that as a precious resource, and essence of all life, water is important to us! During our water ritual, we pour drinking water into a singing bowl to energize it. Refresh your senses with this positive energy as you drink the water and share the love by pouring it onto a nearby tree.

Fire ritual

Used in many ancient traditions, a fire ceremony can release unhappy memories, fears, negative emotions or anything you are holding onto that you just want to let go. It’s pretty simple. Just use your sixth sense (your intuition) to ask your heart what is not serving you anymore than, using a twig from our forest to represent that emotion, transfer it onto the fire while breathing out. This will release the unwanted energy or emotion. Watch it burn! Then see how you feel over the coming days.

Departure spirit

It’s sad to think about it, but the time will come when you have to leave us (for now). Take a moment before you go to give thanks and help us sow some rice. Rice farming is deeply rooted in Vietnamese culture, forming many customs, but rice seasons are completely dependent on the weather. Please take a few grains of rice seed and, as you plant them, make a wish for healthy rains so our communities have water to drink and crops to harvest.

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