DIC Star Hotel

169 Thuy Van St. (Back Beach), Vung Tau, 92861, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 169 Thuy Van St. (Back Beach), Vung Tau.
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    Travel Blogs from Vung Tau

    Week 3 at Green Lion HQ: The long drawn-out week

    A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on Aug 04, 2014

    22 photos

    ... focus on a handful of kids which we see the most potential in, I know it sounds bad because we should be trying to help all of them, but it really isn't possible with what limited time we have. I think the thing I've found difficult is the lack of focused exercise programs for the kids. It seems that after they wake up from their afternoon nap we are just expected to play games with them with no particular benefit to their ...

    Phước Bửu

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 18, 2014

    14 photos

    ... carcass washed up at the site before the sea retreated to its present day limit. The beast was buried and the bones excavated for display. Little is known of the whale cult other than it predates every other Vietnamese religion. The whale god is known as Ngu Ong which means Mr Whale, which means the man. For five days once a year they hold Cau Ngu Festival. Here we were, by luck, on day two. Other than the huge crowd there is costume and face paint for those acting out the ...

    Day in Vietnam

    A travel blog entry by loftsy on Nov 19, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... rooms, etc.

    We went through one of the top tunnels for about 30m, bending over but I eventually crawled (easier) the last half of the way. In some parts you can only get through on your stomach! It was quite amazing – there was approximately 150km of tunnels dug in the section we were in.

    Then we went to a river location for lunch, which was very good and proceeded back to our ship after another 2.5 hour drive. It was a very interesting ...

    Workshop Day at Palace Hotel

    A travel blog entry by plumwhat on Jul 19, 2013

    5 photos

    ... headed to VIP room number nine. It's so exclusive that you could be in any room any where in the world. I don't even think there was a window. Lack of view aside the food was amazing we had a feast. Started with a taste of five different salads one including jellyfish - which was surprisingly crunchy. Then it was onto the snails out of massive shells, cooked with cloves of garlic. Quite nice, but a bit chewy. Then there was some ...

    Day 3 - Exploring the city on my latest aquisition

    A travel blog entry by wwhiffler on Feb 08, 2013

    So i felt like a kid waking up on his birthday! Oh to be 16 again and getting the keys to your RG50! Granted i wasn't quite, but almost 16 when that happened but remember the feeling of freedom, the wind in my hair (that i still had then), the independence of getting yourself around, the liberation of not having to rely on the folks, and the emancipation of being able to get to and from the girlfriend on your own time by your own means! Or like my oupa would have said..... Footloose! Time ...