Original Binh Duong IV

7/25 Hai Ba Trung Street, Hue, Vietnam | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hue

The bumpy road to Hue....

A travel blog entry by ross-and-pam


Arriving in Hue was very welcome since we'd spent 10 hours aboard a really old sleeper bus. The 'beds' were about 5ft 6 so Ross spend most of the journey with legs akimbo on either side since he was on top bunk in the middle aisle of beds. To top it off his seatbelt didn't fasten as it was missing the end so he had to tie himself in - on roads back …

Hue on two wheels

A travel blog entry by jesstellstales


It is immediately apparent why Hue is on every travellers itinerary, it has so much to offer.

From walking around the 19th century citadel (and other historical sights), bartering in the huge Dong Ba Market, and taking day tours to the DMZ the options are many.

We stayed in Binh Duong 3 and thought it was great value. For $US15 a …

Small City, Worth A Stop!

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55


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1am and we finally boarded the sleeper bus which would take 4 hours to Hoi An. Our friends, Spanish & Dutch, that we met in Dong Hoi were also on board the bus.

Hue was a nice little place but not much to see. Had the weather been warm it would have been nice to relax and sit by the river. But definately worth a 1 night stop!

Next Stop: Hoi An & hopefully some sunshine....

Nathan & India x

Train to Hanoi

A travel blog entry by chrissiesea


... found us two seats at the back of the hall right in front of two retired Swedish guys who were with two younger 40 ish Vietnamese girls. They started to talk to us and one of them told his life story over the past three years. He had a Vietnamese wife who died after being married to him for two years. He plans to marry this new one soon. The other guy was his friend and was having a good time with his new girl friend but only planned to stay here for two ...

Hello from Hue (pronounced "Way")

A travel blog entry by tkerrone


... before we had to meet everyone for a group tour. The first thing we noticed is how much quieter Hue is compared to Hanoi. We later learned that there are only 500,000 people in Hue, compared to 6 million in Hanoi. Once again, motorcycles dominate the roads in this city. Chrysanthemums are everywhere in Hue, particularly in pots in front of businesses. In our hotel lobby is a tree with real yellow blossoms. It is decorated with lights and red lanterns and is there as part of Tet, or ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on 7/25 Hai Ba Trung Street, Hue, is near Vinh Ha Long, Royal Tombs, Sung Sot Cave, and Dau Go Cave (Cave of Wonders).
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