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

    Phan Thiet

    A travel blog entry by deltatothedmz on Aug 07, 2015

    18 photos

    ... shortly after clutching a lighter... Apparently the tickets we had for the beers entitled us to a spin of an electronic roulette wheel with a chance to win a prize... Daz won a lighter. My turn came and I too was led downstairs to stand in a queue of locals waiting for their turn to spin the wheel. As each person got to the screen the host spoke to them, presumably asking their name, etc... That was until the pale white, wide eyed English man stood ...

    Mui Ne, Vietnam.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Feb 22, 2015

    11 photos

    ... drinking and playing on the karaoke! The museum cost us 46p to get in - breaking the bank I know! In the court yard were US Air Force helicopters and planes which were used in the war and tanks and machinery used by the US army when in the Vietnamese war, the exhibition is used with the real equipment and none of it is replica. There were bombs and shrapnel pieces there too. Inside was a three story building. The history of Vietnam, they were ...

    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 ...

    Mui Ne

    A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Nov 22, 2014

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    22/11/14
    We were up early today to get the bus from Dalat to Mui Ne. We had heard that Mui Ne was essentially one road along the beach, lined with restaurants bars and hotels and hoped that our hotel would be a short walk from where we got off the bus. How wrong were we??? Arriving during the midday scorching Sun with the temperature well into the 30's we soon realised our hotel was miles away. Being the tight *******s that we are, we ...

    Fairy stream and sand dunes

    A travel blog entry by jb-hania on Nov 02, 2014

    30 photos

    Fairy stream and sand dunes

    The road to Pan Thiet was extremely bumpy, as most of it was still under construction. This wasn't a major problem until after a particulary big bump Hania shouted 'STOP THE BIKE!'. The luggage rack was hanging on by about 2mm of metal. We managed to remove the bags before it completely broke and I went on a mission to find a mechanic. This turned out to be easier than I thought as it seems everybody in Vietnam does bike ...