Ho Tram Beach Resort & Spa

Address: Phuoc Thuan Ward, Xuyen Moc, Ba Ria , Vung Tau, Vietnam | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Phuoc Thuan Ward, Xuyen Moc, Ba Ria , Vung Tau.
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      First day riding the Hondas. Adventure begins!

      A travel blog entry by benjie.jackson on Jul 10, 2014

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      Having woken up Liss and I were certainly more fresh than the morning before, as the noise was less painful as was the jet leg that had been shaken off. I was extremely nervous but excited at the same time to get going on this epic journey which I had been dreaming of for so many months. Having met up with Danh and his mechanic at their garage, we …


      A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Oct 28, 2014

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      ... Peace. It is divided into five sections. The first Historical Truths is definitely slanted and aggravating in its presentation of America. The Requiem, which houses a tribute to the 134 journalists of 11 different nationalities who were killed in the Indochina War, is a collection of their photographs depicting the war. Again, the pictures are tough to see and remember the government controls the display.

      The famed tiger ...

      Vietnam at Ba Ria

      A travel blog entry by 14rankin on Feb 08, 2014

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      ... it has up to 60% alcohol content. Next house we visited make rice paper the traditional way by hands. The freshly dried rice paper is very tasty compared to the dried ones we normally get in the supermarket. Next stop was local temples which the villagers built over the last centuries. This port was a short one, we will embark 6pm tonight to Da ...

      The most beautiful beach in Vietnam - Vung Tau

      A travel blog entry by veschmidt45 on Feb 07, 2014

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      ... indicated where the drop-off from the reef began. We walked in the hot sand, collected shells, and played with the three children building sand castles and burying each other. As the sun lowered, the tide rose and soon all our buildings were washed away.

      The sun went down while we were still on the beach. Peter ran in the cooler air and I was concerned that he was gone so long. ...

      Holy Heat and Our Home

      A travel blog entry by adamlauradoasia on Apr 09, 2013

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      ... delightful end, the day was actually quite nice.

      The next day our recovery was fairly swift (likely aided by drinking about 4.5 liters of water from about 7pm to 7am). We spent most of our second day in Vung Tau wandering around the city and lounging on beach chairs near the ocean, soaking in the nice ocean breeze and the calm surroundings. We also viewed a pagoda that is only accessible at low tide (pretty sweet!). On our trip back to Saigon, we were lucky ...