Apple Hotel

Address: 8A/3D2 Thai Van Lung Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8A/3D2 Thai Van Lung Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Dam Sen Water Park, Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Revolutionary Museum, and Can Gio.
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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

Cu Chi Tunnels

A travel blog entry by jordan.vickery on Sep 17, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... targets, so I decided on an AK-47 which was amazing! We got back to HCM City at 13:30pm so decided to have a walk round some unexplored areas for the afternoon. We ventured into the more modern areas of the city, looked in some shops and went to 'The Royal Cafe' for lunch - where I had the nicest soup I have ever eaten in my life - yellow noodle soup with pork ribs! After walking round some more we went back to the hotel for a 2 hour nap. ...

Ho Chi Minh City

A travel blog entry by truclopez on Jul 29, 2015

5 comments, 13 photos

... in the world. It was first dug and used during the war against the French in the 1400s and then expanded by the Viet Cong (Vietnamese Communist fighters) during the war with the Americans in the 1600s. It is located in a very densely wooded area so, needless to say, we were sweating buckets. However, it turned out to be the highlight of the trip so far.

After two days in Ho Chi Minh city, we have observed that the older folks here are not hindered from ...

A Tale of Two Cities

A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Jul 18, 2015

31 photos

... after affects that are still suffered by the Vietnamese people as a result of Agent Orange and unexploded ordnances. It’s a sobering experience, but one that’s well worth visiting.

Today has been pretty quiet. We spent some of the morning at the Independence Palace, which was the seat of government of South Vietnam until 1975 when the war ended. It’s been preserved in the same state it was in, ...

Business meetings

A travel blog entry by delafog on Jun 01, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

... bartering system with thousands of years of history. Vietnamese primarily use all cash to purchase and that complicate Lazada’s marketing and sale strategy. Most Vietnamese do not have credit cards they have debit cards. Consumers are very reluctant to uses debit or credit to purchase goods.

The most common way to purchase is cash on delivery (COD), not so good for an E-commerce company. Having an ...

Tunnels and traffic

A travel blog entry by helenadventures on May 12, 2015

32 photos

... slightly more balanced, being a combination of pictures from photo journalists from both sides including a number who died gaining images. Those depicting the effects of agent orange were the most disturbing - and the effect of this are continuing in generations later, and also has affect to children of Americans who worked with it. After 5 of the 10 rooms we had had enough, and left feeling fairly melancholy. Next was the reunification palace - this was the South Vietnamese ...