Ly Ly Guesthouse

40/2 Bui Vien Street, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh or Saigon

A travel blog entry by shayles

11

Our bus got into Ho Chi Minh after dark and smack in the middle of a crazy busy dimly lit laneway in a part of the city I wasn't ready for. No one speaks English and we haven’t stopped at the normal bus stop where I had directions to get to our hotel. So we are at the mercy of the people around us. The locals on the bus with us try and help …

Vietnam and Bangkok!

A travel blog entry by cissygapyear

4
18

... even videoed it!

Another early morning and we were met by Jadine and Kathryn who had just flown in. We were soon on a bus to Mui Ne. The bus was full of beds instead of seats and put Thailand’s sleeper buses to shame. Although it was a daytime journey and I would have been happy to be sitting upright! Mui Ne is quite small but it is very long and we ended up walking in the searing heat with our backpacks on for an hour looking for a guesthouse! We ...

Visiting Uncle Ho

A travel blog entry by enos

2
12

... is Uc, looks easy but is pronounced Oop. The C has a funny accent above it which changes it. Go figure. Anyway she bought lots of Durian for her family and offered me some. I had heard a lot about it having a stench of rotting flesh but tasting like heaven and so it was. She said don't smell it, eat it as I sniffed it. I didn't think the smell was so bad actually but my nose is probably wrecked by years of smoking. The taste definitely is heavenly, sweet and mushy in your ...

Cu Chi Tunnels

A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy

31

... point of view on these events. The first floor holds displays of propaganda, which depict the international anti war campaign that spread across a number of countries who believed the USA should withdraw their involvement in Vietnam. The first floor exhibitions were much harder to take in. One room showed examples of weapons and shells used against the country, and photos of the effects the use of these weapons had on the troops and the civilians. The next room ...

Ho Chi Minh City

A travel blog entry by woodgeandfidge

23

... maps were allowed, the soldiers had to memorise the underground route. If one tunnel was destroyed they would just build another. In the dense jungle the tunnel entrances would of been extremely hard to find. A great place to visit. The city looked really nice with all the decorations for Luna new year and flowers everywhere, most people now are travelling home to spend time with their families and ...

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This hostel, located on 40/2 Bui Vien Street, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Central Post Office, Cho Ben Thanh Market, Ipa-nima, and Ho Chi Minh Museum (Ben Nha Rong).
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good