Betel Garden Homestay - Villa

161 Tran Nhan Tong St.., Hoi An, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 161 Tran Nhan Tong St.., Hoi An, is near To To Boutique and Zen Spa.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBetel Garden Homestay - Villa Hoi An

    Reviewed by asianescapade

    Magic Hideaway will not disapoint

    Reviewed Sep 3, 2013
    by (1 review) Blue Mountains , Australia Flag of Australia

    Great little spot, not far from town, great staff will not disappoint, good value for money.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Betel Garden Homestay - Villa Hoi An

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Hoi An

    Beautiful Hoi An

    A travel blog entry by puchala on Aug 01, 2014

    18 photos

    ... let p a bit before absolutely needing to leave the hotel. It didn't so we grabbed a couple of hotel umbrellas and ventured out. The girls had one umbrella and were skipping along - they had made up some game about what they would do if they owned their own kingdom and were happily chattering back and forth out of the main pelting of rain. Funny how the people who were selling all types of souvenirs all of a sudden switched gears and tried providing ponchos for those ...

    Hoi An. Day 6 Part 1

    A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell on Jul 27, 2014

    9 photos

    ... and there's a group of women at work embroidering tablecloths and handkerchiefs for sale! Phuc Kien ( you could be telling Ian something!!!) Assembly Hall exists because merchants from various regions needed a place to hang out and do business. They were raking in the dough, so they thought they'd spruce the places up and they did a good job! It has an ornate gate at the entrance, colourful plaster bas reliefs on each side, a central ...

    Vietnam - Hoi An

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jun 23, 2014

    96 photos

    ... a shelter from both rain and sun. At one end of the bridge, there are 2 sculptures – of a dog and of a monkey. These two animals are symbols of sacredness in Japanese culture. Another reason behind these animal sculptures is that according to the Asian zodiac signs, in the year of the monkey and the year of the dog many of the Japanese Emperors were born. Records also say that the construction of the bridge was initiated in the dog year and was finished in the monkey year.