Hoang Gia Huy Hotel

Address: 48-50 Nguyen An Ninh Street, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 48-50 Nguyen An Ninh Street, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Central Post Office, Reunification Palace (Hoi Truong Thong Nhat), Saigon Opera House (Ho Chi Minh Municipal Theater), and Ipa-nima.
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      Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

      A day of Travel

      A travel blog entry by tezandcath on Jan 04, 2015

      4 comments

      ... by a rep from APT who then drove us and another couple just arrived from Melbourne to the Sheraton in the centre of the city. Saigon is how I remember Bangkok from when I stayed there in the 70s. Very noisy with crazy traffic, thousands of motorbikes and lots of horns blasting. Certainly enjoy the more leisurely pace of Chiangmai, although we are comparing a population of ...

      Travel to Saigon

      A travel blog entry by esjaydev on Jan 03, 2015

      1 comment

      ... I've heard great things about sleeper buses, that they give you blankets, you get a bed, and you wake up at your destination! At 10:30pm, what arrived was not a sleeper bus, but a regular bus.....by this point I was pretty exhausted and fed up as you can imagine! The journey to Saigon was incredibly bumpy and not much sleeping was possible! It was also freeeeezing cold because of the air conditioning. ...

      Wet Socks

      A travel blog entry by sammybenny on Sep 28, 2014

      ... mate. As we kept answering questions, we drew a crowd! 15 or 20 students all vying for our attention and out answers. It was a little overwhelming and as the storm clouds brewed we made up and excuse to leave. We got no more than 100m before it absolutely bucketed down! We sought refuge in a hotel car park as the rains pelted down. This didn't stop the bikes and mopeds. They donned canvas covers and ponchos through the rain, driving just as crazy as ever. After 20 mins ...

      Saigon Day 2: Cu Chi Tunnels

      A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on Aug 16, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... to enter to be blocked off quickly and effectively.

      The network was built on three levels, each of which had different functions such as living spaces, workshops and kitchens with underground wells. Essentially, the only thing that was missing was a method of growing crops with everything else catered for within the tunnel complex. As we proceeded to explore the grounds, Dat explained how the network was built by local people ...

      Cu Chi Tunnels - by public bus

      A travel blog entry by sarahrees on Jun 16, 2014

      17 photos

      ... Instead we followed their bus instructions and got the #79 (6000VND). We told the driver that we wanted Ben Duoc tunnels and 40 minutes later the conductor (ticket man) told us to get off. You can also use this bus for the Ben Dihn tunnels and the signs are quite clear on the road - plus I used Google Maps so that we would know when to get off. A short walk to the ticket office where we paid our 90,000VND each. Then a longer walk to the tunnel ...