Intercontinental Asiana Saigon
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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
Before you read anything else, please proceed to the first picture in the blog. This was the sign we were greeted with upon our arrival in Vietnam. However, before you get too excited ladies you should know that "Dong" is the name of the currency in Vietnam. Now that we have that out of the way, we can get to the good stuff.
We arrived in …
The end of my trip in Vietnam is approaching... After 10 days in this fascinating country, Chris and I decided that Ho Chi Minh City (aka Saigon) will be our final destination. The city has definitely no equivalent in the country and shares a lot of common features with other major asian/western metropoles, including: …
Vom modernen Flughafen in DaNang, ca. 25 km von Hoi An entfernt, dauerte der Flug mit Vietnam Airlines nach Saigon 1 Stunde.Mit dem Auto würde man zwei Tage brauchen, da es keine Autobahnen gibt.
Wir haben im Intercontinental Hotel in der Stadtmitte gewohnt und sind dann Abends nur noch kurz zum Essen gegangen. Am nächsten Morgen ging es gleich weiter ins Mekong Delta.
DAY TEN (1/12/13) — Saigon
This is such a princess entry but I just have to talk about the accommodations here at the Intercontinental Asiana Saigon. OMG. The beds are simply awesome. And there was a printed invitation last night on our pillow called "Pillow Talk" which invited us to call housekeeping and have our pillows switched …
DAY NINE (1/11/13) — Saigon
The sun is shining on our gorgeous resort in Nha Trang this morning. But before we leave our room, we cook Patrick's surge protector and my curling iron. (I love the smell of napalm in the morning.) Although new equipment and new outlets in most hotels require either nothing or just an adaptor but not a …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIntercontinental Asiana Saigon Ho Chi Minh City
A perfect hotel in a perfect location. It caters mostly to business people which made us miss a bit of the authentic Asian holiday atmosphere and the staff was professionally friendly, not genuinely friendly....that's a view from a tourist viewpoint...not really a complaint. We highly recommend it in any case.
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