InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort Da Nang
While most tourists neglect Vietnam's third-largest city in favor of nearby Hué and Hoi An, Danang has considerable charm in its own right. The economic powerhouse of central Vietnam, it combines the buzz of a bigger city with beautiful beaches and great restaurants. A lot of money has recently been poured into tree-lined boulevards, bridges and beachside resorts.
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... ghostly whiteness that our skin had taken on whilst covering up over the previous winter months and in the evening we decided to head to Ha Noi town to check out what we thought would be a quiet little spot.
Never have we been so wrong, what we were greeted with was amazing.
The bustle of busy streets, filled with lantern light and the bargaining commerce of markets, traditional music and the scooter beeps, children at play and people at work. The aromas of street ...
... really friendly considering we were getting in the way of their hard fought earnings. The evenings in Hoi An are dominated by the colourful lanterns that are lit in most restaurants and they also have a lantern market as you will see from one of the pictures. As we expected Hoi An is a great place to visit and two days was not enough to take it all in - this is already high on the list of places to come back ...
... stopped in a shop selling sculptures of different sizes. He obviously received a commission or at least a voucher for gas, however, he didnīt forget to make a comment that he won't charge us extra fee for waiting (what a gentleman!). We finally reached a hotel in the center of Hoi An at 9.15.
We originally planned to stay in another place but we were dropped off in front of another one that looked quite nice so we decided to check it out. A triple room cost VND 630,000 ...
... next, and unfortunately the thief managed to take her phone, cards, money and pretty much everything else. Needless to say we got our revenge on these scum bags using a decoy handbag...and when they opened the bag to reap the reward, all they would have found is jack-**** (literally). More information details and 'who-dun-it' available upon request. This is not the time or the place. Vietnam, it was a pleasure! And now for Cambodia...but first, we had to make it across the ...
... around it. The Old Quarter was designated as a UNESCO world heritage site and while super touristy, it has a magic of its own. Fairly soon after arriving, I learned that hoi an lost its certification, along with the annual preservation money that comes with this certification. They just started demolishing buildings to build new ones, which is not in line with the regs. And when the town stopped receiving the money, they started charging per person (not per family) just to enter the ...