Hotel Quang Minh

Address: 20B Minh Khai Street, Nha Trang, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20B Minh Khai Street, Nha Trang, is near Alexandre Yersin Museum, Long Thanh Photo Studio, Hon Mieu Island, and Coco DIve Center.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Quang Minh Nha Trang

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Nha Trang

Day 23 & 24

A travel blog entry by sagar.shah on Sep 05, 2015

4 photos

... was right up my alley as well - they had some impressive EDM being played. The problem was everyone was having so much fun, everyone basically split up and got lost. I ended up making friends and leaving the club with them and that happened to all of us. After the club, I ended up at this bar that was owned by the mafia (thats why it was allowed to stay open after 2am) where I met the DJ of sailing club and his vietnamese ...

Two Nautical Miles

A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Apr 07, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

... times. How do you compare a huge city to a sand spit in the Maldives knowing both were amazing? Who would understand that having tea on a family's rooftop veranda near the India-Nepal boarder or seeing a band of desperately poor children in Cambodia would both be memories that will stand out as much as seeing the UNESCO World Heritage Sites? The fellow travelers and the local people we have met have touched our lives and have changed ...

Nha Trang, Vietnam.

A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Feb 28, 2015

6 photos

... underneath his arms. Arrived in Nha Trang at about 5pm. It's really busy here and is full of everything Russian here. The bars, restaurants and shops all have Russian menus and signs and we get greeted in Russian - no! (It's like being in Calangute, Goa; again!) We took a walk down the beach because our second bus wasn't until 7.30pm. The beach had a main road and a promenade behind it, it was a bit like a Spanish beach, lots of tourists in speedos! Everyone ...

From the Mekong to the Mountains to the Beaches

A travel blog entry by forksontheroad on Feb 23, 2015

... parting the sea. Traffic is predominantly scooters and motor bikes, the odd car. Move slowly, purposefully, always forward, never step back, stretch out in a line the same direction the street is to minimize the target, don’t make eye contact – use your peripheral vision to gauge the traffic. It is harrowingly stressful at first, we tag along with locals, using them as human shields and unwitting guides. And then ...

Northward to the blue waters of Nha Trang

A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Jan 13, 2015

10 photos

We were in a predicament whether to head out early and not have to worry about driving in the dark or to try and find a spot with good wifi to watch the ducks in the national championship game. We concluded that, although we are alumni and have close connections with the team, we are in Vietnam to be in Vietnam. Not to live like we would back home. We hit the high roads. (We decided we will turn off all connections to back home and just watch the game rerun ...