Le Duy Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Duy Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
... see the tunnels inside and they were pretty small about 1 metre high and only about half a metre wide. The tour guide mentioned how they are zig zag so that people can't shoot straight down them or put grenades into the homes of the people. There are numerous bunkers that were used for certain rooms such as kitchen, bedroom and hospital. They were each really good to see they were made in kinder huts so we could see. We went into a tunnel that was ...
... by the Vietnamese as it was the only street name I seen left from the French occupation. The street tree lined and has some fantastic shops and cafés along it . The one we choose looked colonial and was very lush with tables under great big tropical trees The food was amazing and if I wasn't sweating from the humidity , I was by the time I had finished my Pho (soup) . Sea food and pork with chillies , lime , mint and ...
... the roads as pedestrians proved a challenge but our motto was each to their own and meet you on the other side and once you start to cross there is no hesitating and no going back!
We hired a driver and guide for a half day tour and visited the main tourist destinations which included the Notre Dame Basilica and the Saigon Central Post Office which was designed by Gustave Eiffel and is a lovely building and well worth the visit. While ...