Hoang Yen Hotel

Address: 05 An Duong Vuong, Quy Nhon, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 05 An Duong Vuong, Quy Nhon.
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    Travel Blogs from Quy Nhon

    Quy Nhon and Bai Xep Beach

    A travel blog entry by emmaandsam on Mar 13, 2015

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    ... we headed to the city of Quy Nhon, a developed settlement right on the coast that boasted good beaches. We took the local minibus this time, an experience in itself as the driver drove hell for leather down the highway, with a young girl retching all the way, a man a sleep on me one side and a monk on the other. Once again we felt outrage as we get dropped off on the outside of town and told we need to pay more to be taken to our hotel. ...

    Two Sunny Days of Riding

    A travel blog entry by angryswan on Jan 13, 2015

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    Yesterday's adventure started out with a sunny day finally! We clocked 100km of relatively flat riding. Luckily, we had periodic breaks for local bananas and crackers and water refills to get through to lunch. Eating is always an adventure, lunch included rice, pork with the fat and rind still on, a hot tofu dish, green beans, lemongrass chicken... Eating with the locals, they often get a kick of how we examine the food. Lots of rice fields passed in central Vietnam. ...

    Sticky Rice and Picky Lies

    A travel blog entry by travelpeainapod on Jan 03, 2015

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    ... Bring small pack of supplies, check. Get off ship, check. “
    “This is your homeland sort of, how crazy is this?”
    I gleefully stomped in the near-muddy soil in agreement, “What do you wanna do first?”
    “Eat first of all and then go check out the rice paddies. I want to stay in the rice paddies until we have to go, walking on land is so much better than on a ...

    Beaches, Rice Paddies, Trains and Rains . . . . .

    A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Dec 06, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... tat plus lots of restaurants - there is not too much to do other than shop, eat and drink along with a high number of Russian tourists. Heather's Russian language skills were useful in a bit of translation again.

    Our second railway journey needed us to get to Binh Thuan on the main line in order to catch train SE8, the 09.30 departure to Dieu Tri, from where we got a taxi for the short trip to Quy Nhon. There is a branch ...

    Dong hoi!

    A travel blog entry by hollybell on Nov 08, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to say it was hell). Inside the cave was amazing it looked like a set from a film and it was huge, the whole cave was 32km long. After the cave we headed to the dark cave restaurant for lunch where they served us a feast- chicken, pork, beef, yams, rice, noodles, lots of chilli, rice paper wraps and veg. After lunch we had a little time to chill by the lake we just sat on a deck chair and took in the views. On the way back we stopped at the beach as we had a couple of ...