DIC Star Hotel

Address: 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

        Mekong Delta

        A travel blog entry by kathrynnisbet on Sep 17, 2015

        74 photos

        ... I started to worry that perhaps the Mekong was the natural habitat of alligators and that maybe they were in the river that we were walking along! It was very dark and I did hear lots of strange noises.

        At night I had my own wooden hut, with bathroom in the garden facing the river, it looked just about strong enough to keep out alligators!! As we were walking along the path our guide, who had been force feeding us fruit all day, told one of the ...

        Phu My for Saigon

        A travel blog entry by gwaddy on Mar 20, 2015

        5 photos

        ... faded French colonial and modern. Visited Saigon museum with interesting and unusual water puppet show where the puppeteers operate in the water behind a screen! Excellent lunch with Vietnamese music and dance at Windsor hotel, also visited French post office and Notre Dam cathedral as well as an ancient Chinese Temple and finally a lacquer factory and shop with beautiful items of which we purchased some souvenirs. Fish & Chips in ...


        A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Oct 28, 2014

        49 photos

        ... a very special place. It was a workshop for disabled people. They were making the lacquer ware. It takes twenty steps to complete an item. We watched as they were inlaying the eggshells and/or abalone shells onto the wooden surface by hand. The designs were very intricate and we were fascinated with the 20 steps taken to finish the project.

        Traffic was kind, so we made it back to the ship with an hour to spare.

        Good bye ...

        At Sea

        A travel blog entry by steve874 on Mar 14, 2014

        A lazy morning today, neither of us woke up until 9:15 :-) so we were showered and in Cafe Bordeaux for a late breakfast at 10:30, then upon deck 13. It's another glorious day with a temp in the low 30's with a bit of a breeze. Overnight we sailed into the initial search area for the missing plane, then the noon announcement gave us as 80 miles from the Southern tip of Vietnam and entering the Gulf ...

        From Phu My

        A travel blog entry by steve874 on Mar 13, 2014

        16 photos

        ... with a little trepidation as they were billed as "today's answer to the Andrews Sisters!" It was ok but their outfits made it bearable ;-) I'm sure the Andrews Sisters didn't wear basques? If I was 25 years older it would have been great ;-) Crows nest for a pint then to the cabin for a cheap bottle of wine ;-) quite palatable really :-) Tired tonight, had two really good days but ready for buddy Bo's ;-) Vietnam has been really good, and our 53rd country. A ...