Giang Linh Hotel

311 Ly Tu Trong, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGiang Linh Hotel Ho Chi Minh City

Reviewed by kenobi61

Prima fregatura

Reviewed Nov 7, 2010
by (10 reviews) Stresa , Italy Flag of Italy

Appena arrivati, frastornati dal viaggio e consapevoli di non conoscere ancora il Paese abbastanza, si mette in conto di beccarsi delle fregature. Ma 30$ per questo albergo mediocre e' un furto!!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Giang Linh Hotel Ho Chi Minh City

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

First day and night in Saigon

A travel blog entry by benjie.jackson on Jul 09, 2014

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... by sitting on a balcony overlooking the city's crazy traffic and culture drinking Oreo smoothies, the cafe was lovely (Tous Les Jours). It is interesting to see that there is such a great French Colonial presence. Many streets are in the French dialect, as well as buildings and infrastructure. Having got back to the hotel we decided that we would instead depart on our great adventure Thursday morning; truth be told we were both slightly anxious and nervous to get out of the city's ...

More sightseeing.

A travel blog entry by ainsleyvigor on Jul 01, 2014

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... as she knew I would have been side tracked by joy of a toilet, easily pleased. From here we went to the Revolutionary museum and looked at the items on show but unfortunately none of the descriptions were written in English but it was interesting none the less and most of the buildings in the city hold significant history as they were all used in the war in some way or another. We headed down to Independence Palace which is also known as Reunification Palace and was the home ...

History alive- Cu Chi Tunnels

A travel blog entry by epicadventure on Jun 17, 2014

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... tunnels dug out across three levels.

The tunnels are small and require you to bend and walk. They have widened one specifically for western tourists to be able to enter and exit and experience some of what life was like underground. It was a fascinating journey into Vietnamese history. Tourists were then given an opportunity to shoot at a firing range with a wide selection of weapons including an m16 and AK 47.


A timid start

A travel blog entry by leighroy1985 on May 07, 2014

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... that 3 zeroes are often ignored when talking in dong and 1500 was actually 1,500,000! $75! A far cry from the 7.5 cents took it to be at the start! Nevertheless, an enjoyable day and, due to my decision not to bargain at the beginning of the cyclo tour, I was dropped back at my hotel by HCMC best paid citizen for the day with the lesson that bargaining may be a good tool to employ in Vietnam.

Upon meeting with my tour group, confusion reigned ...

How to bargain

A travel blog entry by katetm on Apr 11, 2014

1 comment

... But be warned this is not the most animal welfare friendly of zoos. Though on balance with some other zoos across South East Asia, it's probably one of the better ones.
Before heading to the station on the overnight sleeper we treated ourselves to massages and pedicures which definitely put us in the right frame of mind for an overnight train. The tickets for a four berth sleeper are about AUD35 in a private cabin. You can ...