Ham Luong Tourist Hotel

Address: 200C Hung Vuong Street, Ben Tre, 83000, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 200C Hung Vuong Street, Ben Tre.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsHam Luong Tourist Hotel Ben Tre

        Reviewed by joseeetandre

        Loved it

        Reviewed Jan 18, 2017
        by (8 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

        Excellent service, big room, well situated and nice swimming pool. And a terrace with view on the Mekong for eating or having a drink.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Ham Luong Tourist Hotel Ben Tre

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Ben Tre

        De retour en milieu rural

        A travel blog entry by joseeetandre on Jan 18, 2017

        2 comments, 54 photos

        Après un saut dans la grande ville nous sommes retournés à la campagne, et pour ce, on a opté de faire une visite guidée de touristes. Notre guide était très placoteuse et enjouée, définitivement la moins réservées jusqu’à présent. On a donc monté à bord d’une camionnette et avons été ramassés les dix autres touristes, quatre Américains …

        Mekong River Delta

        A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Nov 06, 2015

        2 comments, 41 photos

        ... buy has a creamy taste. At our final river stop we visited a craft area where we saw coconut milk candy being made as well as puffed rice. There was also a display of snake wine. While at the craft area the afternoon downpour occurred. This seems to be the norm here. We walked to our final stop where we had a cooking lesson and made our own "pancakes". At this location we were served a delicious multiple course meal. Finally back to the hotel after a 10 + hour ...

        Rivers, Rainstorms, Rats and Respect

        A travel blog entry by lovejenni on Jul 18, 2015

        25 photos

        ... island.

        The interesting part about these islands is that they all have some kind of manufacturing specialty. Unicorn Island had honey bee production. Phoenix Island, our second island stop, specialized in coconut candy. They had an entire outdoor factory that we visited and where able to sample some of the candy while watching the production of it. It takes a lot of hard work. The people on these islands definitely have jobs involving a decent amount of physical ...

        Dong Thap Micro-Credit Project

        A travel blog entry by namladi on May 31, 2015

        15 photos

        ... The women of the household run small businesses to supplement the family earnings which oftentimes run on very low to zero profitability. With extra capital there is greater opportunity to sustain their business. Ruby, the chief facilitator of the program and also the founding member of the organization arranged our meeting with the borrowers as well as students from the nearby Dong Thap University who are engaged with the program. The borrowers expressed ...

        Life on the river

        A travel blog entry by adahlin on May 04, 2015

        74 photos

        ... 80kgs!

        We spent 40 minutes walking around a local village. There was hardly any shade or breeze and it was stinky hot, really uncomfortably so. Again, another eye opener in to how simply these people live. The one really good aspect is the lack of waste, they use everything, even the root and stems of plants and veg have a use. They make local whiskey and we were given the chance to try some in a little shack bar. Sam had the coconut ...