Asean Halong Hotel

Hau Can Road, Bai Chay, Halong Bay, Vietnam | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Hau Can Road, Bai Chay, Halong Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Halong Bay

    Halong Bay -> Ninh Binh

    A travel blog entry by bertnmarij on Sep 07, 2014

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    De dag start om 6h met een half uurtje Tai Chi op het bovendek. Ik sta nog een beetje te zwijmelen op m'n benen na gisterenavond maar het was wel eens leuk om te doen. Zeker juist na zonsopgang op het dek van een boot temidden van het mooie Halong Bay is dit toch een unieke ervaring. The day starts at 6h with half an hour of Tai Chi on the upper deck. I am still a little bit unstable on my feet after last night but it was fun to have done it once. Certainly ...

    A lovely night in Ha Long Bay

    A travel blog entry by carolton on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... etc... Stuff is pretty nice, but given our 2 months of travel, not really looking to buy stuff unless we love it. One thing we've noticed throughout Vietnam, is that any shopping experience comes with a Vietnames person trailing you every step you take. Literally, there was a woman who acted as Carolyn's shadow as we browsed around for the 30 minutes. Fairly annoying and certainly didn't entice us to want to get something....a little ...

    Day 5: Minority villages

    A travel blog entry by jindisek on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... USA. Those had hard times later after war was over. Higher the rank in guerrila army, more years of service or jail they had to spend including brainwashing. Our guide spent two years searching mines in the forrests with a wooden stick. Also support of americans was the main cause why the villagers lost their land. Government relocated to these areas people from rest of Viet Nam and gave them the land originally in possesion of villagers. The rest of ...

    Leaving Halong Bay and returning to Hanoi

    A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... to use the high quality WiFi to make a free voice call home (wonders of VoIP technology) before we returned to the lobby for our next adventure.

    One of the things that Hanoi is famous for is the street food (food that you can buy and consume on the streets). The problem is, you can't trust every street outlet as their hygiene can be questionable. Since we didn't want to end up with a bout of food poisoning before an overnight sleeper ...


    A travel blog entry by meghan.dobson on Aug 05, 2014

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    ... ones. What I did not enjoy was my excessive sweating. I know I've said it a lot this trip, but I think this is the most I've sweat. And I'm not sure, why because it's not the most strenuous thing I've done, nor the hottest temperature. But regardless, sweat was dripping off me from everywhere, beading on my arms, trickling off my fingertips. Our guide said I looked like I'd just had a shower. After the caves it started raining a bit. I rinsed off and had an ...