Chuong Duong Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChuong Duong Hotel My Tho
Sadly, this is a run down old place with little to offer beyond the river view.
Breakfast is meagre.
Aircon is noisy.
Staff are not forthcoming.
It is, however, at the centre of activity, particularly at night.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Chuong Duong Hotel My Tho
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... Pagoda. There are two statues of the founding Buddha, one standing and one lying in death, as well as an enormous laughing Buddha. Back on the bus and on to the dock at My Tho where we boarded a river boat to explore some of the small Mekong islands. The first island had traditional musicians and local fruit to taste, then on to see honey bees and taste the honey; Charlie really liked the warm honey and lime drink; ...
... br> Day 2: early start today, breakfast at 6 am, after a quick breakfast which I had Olmert not much choice, we headed to the river on the mini bus. First stop was the busy floating market. This consisted of lots of boats in one area selling various food and drink; mangoes, coconuts, coffee ect. As we approached this area the locals sped their boats up towards ours and locked themselves onto our boat with some rope. It would be easy for them to hijack our boat. They were ...
... It is a small hotel (with 12 rooms) that is hidden away in a corner on one of the four islands outside of My Tho on the Mekong River. It is exquisitely decorated with so many details that catch the eye. Its owners are a French couple who live on the property and manage the place, along with a full staff, with great care. They personally greeted and welcomed us. Our experience with the hotels has ...
... but I can't bear the thought of what life must be like here, driving to work on your motorbike for it to rain, then be sunny, then rain, then wind, all in a single commute.
We concluded our day with a very quick visit to another island where they had "crocodile fishing." This was too good to pass up, and when we got to the island, my first thing to do was to find the crocodiles. It was 20,00 Dong (1 buck), and basically they tie a piece of raw chicken onto a ...
... bee part of the program for 4 years. One of them makes rice wine and raises pigs, while the other lady runs a small restaurant specializing in Duck Congee. I found them both the quite inspiring and proof that with just a little help people can pull themselves out of poverty through hard work and a positive attitude. Both ladies were very passionate about what they were doing and how the program had helped them.
Unfortunately, in ...