Bongsen Annex Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBongsen Annex Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Clean and tidy hotel, providing easy walking to see the sights of HCM city
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... some information for me. They arranged a motorbike to take me to the embassy but I couldn't find my passport photos anywhere and thought I had dropped them at the airport, so we stopped off somewhere for me to have some more taken then drove me to the embassy. I completed the form and they checked my flight and said that it hadn't been changed from 1st July ...
... a strong sales force. I however was proud to say that I resisted the urge to give in and continued on my way.
The market is separated into two 'categories' if you will. There's the bartering areas (about 80% of the place), then around the perimeter of the market you have the 'fixed pricing' vendors. I've done most of my shopping on the past in the bartering sections,with a few purchases in the fixed pricing. ...
This our last day in Vietnam, and we are back at the Rex Hotel. Last night we went to the BBQ Gardens for dinner which was great and hasn't changed. It was disappointing to see so much of the older parts of Saigon being demolished to make way for high rise developments. All around the Rex Hotel old buildings and street gardens have been torn down so the small shops and the atmosphere that made the city unique are gradually disappearing. There are many more cars ...
... my friends and the teacher were laughing at me! The food in Vietnam was definitely a highlight for me. In fact it was the best food I ate my entire trip. You can buy $1 sandwiches on the street and they are amazing! $1 will get you nothing in Australia!
I was sad to leave Hoi An, it was such a beautiful place with a great atmosphere. Getting to our next destination was a bit of an adventure. Carmela and I decided to catch the train up to the national park. I had heard ...
... was just grateful that we weren't going on further that night unlike an Australian we spoke to who was just about to miss his onward internal flight. Top Tip : Print off the Vietnam visa application form and complete it before you arrive. It will save queuing TWICE. To top it all, we then queued up at passport control and managed to pick the queue with the trainee immigration officer who pored over our passports in minute detail whilst being supervised. ...