Dong Nam

Address: QL. 91, Khom 8, Chau Phu A, Chau Doc, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on QL. 91, Khom 8, Chau Phu A, Chau Doc, is near Tam Coc, Cat Ba Island, Tra Su Bird Sanctuary, and Kenh Ga.
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Travel Blogs from Chau Doc

Mekong Delta

A travel blog entry by currin on Feb 11, 2014

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The agenda for the day was a 6 hour bus trip. Sounded like a pretty mundane day, but there were many adventures and discoveries along the way. Since we like to listen to audiobooks, we both plugged into our iPhones and gazed out the window. Our destination was Chao Doc, a small city near the Cambodian border where we would retire for the night. …

Meas Family Homestay

A travel blog entry by anna-mike on Dec 06, 2014

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... were just content to work long hours in the factories, because there you could earn more money than a primary school teacher! But they wanted a better life.

Siphen also runs a small weaving business for some of the country women who want to be independent and support their families. We met them and saw the lovely scarves etc they make.The setting was magical, and the whole experience unforgettable. My favourite sight was the ...

Time to reflect.

A travel blog entry by nevgftn on Nov 27, 2014

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Day 16 Mekong Cruise. D5. Wed. 26-11-14.

Chau Doc.

To day we depart Phnom Penh with our destination Chau Doc on the border with Vietnam. Sa we exit the Toni Sap river an stem into the main channel of the Mekong

River we pass a new hotel on the point of the banks of the two rivers. The hotel is owned by a Cambodian business man (so much for Cambodian ...

The Mekong Delta Day 2

A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on Aug 18, 2014

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... town of Chau Doc.

En route to the bus, we stopped off at a local brick and pottery factory where we learnt about how clay from the fields was used in very traditional methods to produce goods for local and international customers. For example, we saw the brick process which when fired in the kiln can take up to three months to bake them fully whilst at the other end a veritable army of pottery chickens were being manufactured in a typically ...

A Mekong Wedding

A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Aug 08, 2014

6 comments, 13 photos

... s properties.

The catering people arrive and set up the round metal tables – each one with a central cooker, glasses, cutlery and napery for ten people.

The sound equipment is tested by the hired technicians, and a small stage is erected at one end of the restaurant. I am by far the tallest person in this town of small Vietnamese – like Gulliver in Lilliput - and am called upon to test the height of the stage ceiling. My head just clears it.