Hanoi Daewoo Hotel

360 Kim Ma Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, Vietnam | 5 star hotel
Prices starting from $84.00

Travel Blogs from Hanoi

Hanoi (Castaway, Snake village) - INTO THE NAMM!

A travel blog entry by nick-young-1986


... people and being pulled along at speed by a speed boat. All was going well and naturally you fall off and get back on. Then I got determined I wasn’t coming off. So with James and the other two lads chucked into the water I remained on the tube alone. The boat got faster and the turns got quicker, Next then I know the tube flips upside down I flip off of it and “bam” Im knocked out. I recall being dragged onto the boat by my life jacket.

Unfortunately the ...

Tam Cok

A travel blog entry by hmetevier2

... limestone mountains in shallow water to the caves. Very beautiful and serene. Then one last stop at a temple ip the mountain and in a cave. It was quiet except for the bats. We stopped again at the ahoy house on the car ride back. The driver brought us to the hotel and you immediately hit the chaos at moist of the city we ate at a Vietnamames seafood place and then to bed. It was a long but great ...

Chapter 1

A travel blog entry by nathanmills


... employing their tradecraft, selling street food or displaying their wares, shadowed by the tall trees that peppered it. Wires ran above the pavement from tree to pole, not the clean compact wires of the west but bundles and strands flung in the air as if by accident.

Contrasting the pavement food markets, oil painting shops, florists and tradesmen was the roads. A automotive stream, nearly all small ...

Hanoi food, Hanoi coffee, Hanoi done.

A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet


... a pee and I'm not sure where these Hanoians do it, the only toilets appear to be in cafes, so unless you want more food or a yet another coffee, where do you go? I'm convinced that the locals have catheters in their urinary tracts and carry a bag strapped to their leg. There are no public toilets anywhere. None.
I have to find a 'quiet street' which is really a passage way to someones house down the back of the street. I have ...

A city of lights

A travel blog entry by wanderlust.

... and walked around the lake in the heart of the city. Since it is so close to the Vietnamese New Year they have decorated the surroundings of the lake with thousands of lights. They go all down the streets, as well as all around the lake and on the trees, truly a sight to see. Tomorrow we head out to Halong Bay for a 3 day-2 night mini tour which I am especially excited for. Unfortunately we will most likely not get WiFi over there so my next entry will not be for a few days. ...

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This 5 star hotel, located on 360 Kim Ma Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, is near Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Bat Trang Ceramic, Wide Eyed Tours, and Hun Tiep Lake and the Downed B-52.
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