Bach Dang Hotel

2 Ha Long Street, Ha Long, Quang Ninh, Halong Bay, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 Ha Long Street, Ha Long, Quang Ninh, Halong Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Halong Bay

Hospital! Party Time! Excellent!

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Sep 16, 2014

9 comments, 3 photos

Hello friends and relatives.

Well. I am sick. How about that.

It is the worst sick of my life. I don't know how I got it and the doctors aren't really sure what it is. They say it's something like a flu with an extra ear infection for fun.

I had a sore throat all Saturday and on Sunday I woke up with a runny nose and fever. I told my boss I couldn't go to work on Monday. She didn't believe me.

After ...

Ha Long Bay Revisited

A travel blog entry by smittee on Aug 13, 2014

10 photos

... and the route. Please also see my previous entry on Ha long Bay.I was very pleased with all the arrangements Lan had made for us, she was wonderful and I was very glad not to worry about planning for this trip. I would recommend Lan and Ha long bay who will do all the planning for you and they were very reasonable compared to other agents and hotels. ...


A travel blog entry by kizandfullnoon on Aug 04, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... for dinner number 2. Afterwards we went to a few Vietnamese bars (a table in a cock-roached infested alleyway) and had several even cheaper beers! It was great getting to know him and by the end of the night pretty much knew his life story. Such a legend!

Hoi An

Hoi An is notorious for beaches and tailors, which is pretty much what we spent our three days doing. Met up with Katy, Lauren, Cian, Harry and Hayley from Halong Bay tour and became ...

Cruising Halong Bay

A travel blog entry by emilieexploring on Jul 28, 2014

4 photos

... overwhelmed to say the least. I soon learned that the beeping horns are not a form aggression but more a warning; watch out, I'm coming! I had to re-learn how to cross the road. In Thailand, you walk out into the road and, most of the time, the cars will stop, if only briefly. In Vietnam, they don't. You just have to take a deep breath, walk out, keep a steady pace and the cars and bikes will swerve around you. You can't speed up ...

11 weeks in Cambodia

A travel blog entry by t4andbeyond on Jul 07, 2014

4 photos

... to secure this family their own home. Overall volunteering in Phnom Penh was an amazing, challenging and definitely an intense experience. However, I still cannot even contemplate a plate of rice, which is a bit difficult in South East Asia! On the upside I am now well trained in the art of using chopsticks and cannot wait to showcase my skills when I go for a Chinese in the Rainbow on Kings Heath High street when I return home! As much as a learning curve it was ...