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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... shopping and fine dining at the Ho Chi Minh Square in the heart of the city, where you will not only pick up a bargain, you’ll actually learn so much about the infrastructure of the city.
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... from our penthouse apartment. We've had a couple of good meals and lots of mango lassi's and weird little sesame seed, cashew and honey crackers that we've become addicted to. We're all ready to come home (and not look at another shoe shop for many months) but we're going to miss the warm weather and exotic flavour of being in a gorgeous, tropical south East Asian country. We fly to Bangkok early in the morning and spend the day at a hotel pool before flying on to Sydney and ...
... the sea of people. I was surprised to see how popular it was with the locals. A lot more of them sat around drinking than travelers. It's almost a curiosity to them. To come down to this area on a weekend and watch what the foreigners get up to. I've never been to this area of Saigon before but it reminded me a lot of Bangkok. Bars everywhere and enough girls working the streets to keep an army happy for years. It was a good laugh and before we knew it it was the ...
... and fought within this jungle labyrinth. The heavens had opened just as we arrived and so the trek was a little wet and also muddy underfoot. The rest of the group actually journeyed through a 40 m section of one of the tunnels. This was only about a meter in height and they had to crouch and shuffle along in the dark and stuffy space. This was definitely not my cup of tea and so I remained above. Tom ...
... an impromptu fashion show. Lauren tried on several dresses that were adorable (but a little short...) and some hot pants that she loved! We decided to hold off on getting them and see how we felt in the morning. The little Vietnamese teenager helping Lauren with her things couldn't stop giggling and saying "oh you so lovely...!" once she let her hair down. It was great. We hit the streets again barely able to glimpse the setting ...