Hung Vuong Hotel

Address: 95 Hung Vuong, Da Nang, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 95 Hung Vuong, Da Nang, is near The Marble Mountains.
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        Travel Blogs from Da Nang

        Day 3 in Vietnam

        A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Oct 20, 2015

        14 photos

        ... in traffic on a bike. No way. I pushed that bike across the street, and then I got on. I might have wobbled a bit and weaved back and forth, but I did not fall down or get hit by a car. Because really, I was just riding a bike in an almost straight line. Like a boss. Until the old man on a moped with a caged dog on the back pulled out into the side of me. I wavered a bit there, put I persevered like the pro that I am. Yeah, that's how I roll. It took about 8 minutes to get ...

        Party Day

        A travel blog entry by enos on Oct 02, 2015

        10 photos

        ... it was still healing, His story is a recurrent nightmare of mine as you have so many occurrences where you think, this is it, but you manage to squeak through, His was a bit of a freak accident, a truck stopped in front of him and his handlebar hit the truck . He didn't even fall off but his foot hit the ground and snapped his tibia near the knee. Since then he has had a plate inserted and a bone graft and now he has an abcess on the wound. Poor *******. He's American of ...

        Mid-autumn Festival

        A travel blog entry by erinanded on Sep 27, 2015

        ... concerns the Han Chinese uprising against the ruling Monguls during the end of the Yuan Dynasty (~1368 CE), in which the Han Chinese used traditional Moon cakes to conceal the message that they were to rebel on Mid-Autumn Day. Moon cakes are traditionally shared with family and friends, signifying family reunion. Other traditions include lion dancing and/or dragon dancing and the traditional drummers. They are usually accompanied by "the Lord Earth" or Ong Dia, ...

        Vietnam: Nha Trang - Hoi An

        A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Sep 12, 2015

        8 photos

        After a windy bus journey down to Nha Trang, we had officially made it onto the coastal path that we would now follow all the way up to the north of the country. Nha Trang is a beach holiday town, and we were surprised to arrive in a predominantly Russian enclave: all the signs were Russian and the restaurant owners weren't speaking English for a change! The beach itself is on a promenade with noisy Asian traffic zooming past, making for a pretty unrelaxing experience. The weather ...

        Hoi An: Tale of a frustrated shopper.

        A travel blog entry by benandsimone on Aug 02, 2015

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... the full moon and the monthly lantern festival is on. We walked to the waterfront and saw that hundreds of paper lanterns were floating up the river. It was gorgeous and we felt so lucky to see that.

        We also hired a scooter and hit the open road! With Ben in charge of driving the scooter, navigating and re-fuelling, I took on the important task of looking around and enjoying the view. We drove through ...

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