Bamboo Village Beach Resort & Spa

Address: 38 Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet, Vietnam | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 38 Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet.
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      Travel Blogs from Phan Thiet

      Off to the beach!

      A travel blog entry by andynemz on Mar 23, 2014

      Our bus to the beach involved a 7am (ha!) pick up, this meant early up and calling the hotel to collect our bags while we squeezed in some breakfast. We rushed along, paid up and waited, and waited, and waited. The receptionist called the bus company who then showed up with a mini bus. We were taken to the ticket office and after shouting were …

      Vietnam - Mui Ne

      A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Jan 05, 2015

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      After Saigon, me and the Honda headed for Mui Ne, which is a small town on the south, east coast of Vietnam. Once i was out of Saigon, it was pretty much follow the main highway AH-1 all the way to Phan Thiet. Once in Phan Thiet, i had to come off the main road and head west for a short time before arriving in Mui Ne. The trip went well apart from the fact the bike was kangaroo-ing up the hills. I put this down to the carburetta needing a clean. ...

      Tailor made

      A travel blog entry by amelm on Nov 26, 2014

      12 photos

      ... The food was delicious, but Sabrine didn't digest very well. She was sick the whole night and couldn't eat the day after. We decided to take it easy the next day, and visited the main sights. Hoi an was a trading port in the past, and had a sizable population of Chinese and Japenese merchants. Each of the merchants from a specific region of China had their own assembly hall and temple inside the old quarters. We visited a few of them and had ...

      Phan Thiet? Nope, it's Monday!

      A travel blog entry by on Sep 08, 2014

      4 photos

      ... to whale worship. Built in 1762, the temple now contains a 22 meter whale skeleton, which is estimated to have weighed 65 tons when alive. Good news, this was closed to! Thankfully, a local gentleman unlocked the door for us and let us see the skeleton in exchange for a bit of money of course. Originally I wanted to go to the Phan Thiet Central Market, but the hotel wrongly have us directions to the co-op Mart instead; a large department and grocery store. It ...

      Mui Ne

      A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 17, 2014

      22 photos

      ... is less lethal. Our next stop was a small minority town of wooden huts. Giant mushrooms dried on the road before being sold for medicine at $80 per kilo, with every one old enough and able working in the hills, the town was deserted. We called on a simple tin hut where new mothers stay in private away from the rest of the villages. A nineteen year old girl sat breast feeding her two month old baby girl, her second. Minh Ho produced handfuls of candy for the few ...