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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... If you enlarge the photo you will see the scorpions tail in the snakes mouth - wonderful! Apparently this snake wine is a delicacy and very much enjoyed. We decided we didn't have enough money to buy a bottle!!
After this his we were taken for a delicious seafood lunch - well at least Phil thought so, Nat couldn't hardly stand the site of it - one way to ...
... 8217;s, and inhaled sweet smoky incense at beautiful temples. A narrow back road led us to a rice noodle factory where the sheets of pasta were drying on a tin roof in the sunshine. Later we sampled freshly puffed rice mixed with warm vanilla caramel, coconut candies and lotus tea. We visited a brick and pottery factory with giant beehive shaped kilns and cruised through a ...
... cockroach of some sort. We took a beautiful mornings walk back through the villages, past the locals homes, waving at the children and old ladies out sweeping their porch, and back to the river where a boat was waiting for us. The boat chugged its way along the river and eventually we came across a floating market. Hundreds of boats, all shapes and sizes, selling all kinds of fruits, vegetables, drinks, noodle soup etc. I jumped over to a boat selling ...
... and when we returned to our boat, The Handsome Mr Vu took us to a floating bar...the floating bar was just another boat full of various fruit and other supplies...when our boat aligned with it, we stepped on board of the "bar"...it was too hot and humid for alcohol, but they made us some ice coffee (like everywhere in Vietnam - amazing!), and then we picked whatever fruit ...
... Vietnamese music performed using traditional instruments before heading back on the bus to Saigon. After a rest I sorted out all my bags ahead of my trip to Cambodia in the morning. Me and the Canadians then headed out to watch the Newcastle - Chelsea game as a final few drinks before Matt sadly has to head back to Canada tomorrow morning, while me and Harvey head off to Phnom Penh on an early 6.45 ...