Huong Duong Hotel

Address: 33 Trung Trac Street, My Tho, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 33 Trung Trac Street, My Tho.
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Travel Blogs from My Tho

Mekong Delta

A travel blog entry by momoschmidt on Apr 17, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... here that I don’t think we could have managed a full day in the city pushing buggies without either melting or spontaneously combusting. Surprisingly (at least to me), there’s loads of green space in the city, so I guess we could have found shelter in one of the big parks, but an adventure on the Mekong seemed like a better plan.

At breakfast time, the hotel were showing some violent films, so that was a bit awkward with ...

Interesting sites and Homestay an experience!

A travel blog entry by happynomads15 on Mar 25, 2015

4 comments, 25 photos

... and even markets float upon the innumerable rivers, canals and streams that flow through the region like arteries. The area is deeply rural but it's also one of Vietnams most densely populated regions with nearly every hectare intensively farmed.

Once part of the Khmer Kingdom, the Mekong Delta was the last region of modern day Vietnam to be annexed and settled ...

Sa Dec to Cai Be to Xa Song Thuan

A travel blog entry by tranmereduo on Mar 02, 2015

5 photos

... After we got back to the cruise boat, the boat proceeded to go to Cai Be In the afternoon we set off to have a look around Cai Be. Cai Be has a floating market which entails a number of boats selling their wares.. After going past the floating market, we went to some sweet factories where they manufactured pop rice, coconut candy. I also tried some snake whiskey. Snake whiskey is a distilled drink where a snake is also ...

Cruising the mighty Mekong

A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Feb 01, 2015

4 photos

... which the local people could only dream of.
A bumpy short trot down the island's main road by horse and carriage is an opportunity to see locals going about their daily routine - turns out the daily business for most is purely offering tourists rides by horse and carriage so to be honest, there wasn't much to see! Declarations of 'free wifi here' on cafe walls suggests that traditional rural Mekong life is starting to catch up ...

Visiting Ben Tre - or so I thought....

A travel blog entry by stefan79 on Jan 05, 2015

28 photos

... A chainsaw was also used to remove some parts of a tree – missing the electrical cable by a couple of cm a few times. After watching the spectacle for a while it was then time to say goodbye to everyone. One of the family friends gave me a quick ride to the main road, where I was able to get the first bus to Tra Vinh....

This part of my journey turned out to be different than expected. Ending up in a tiny rural village instead of Ben Tre ...

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