Mini Hotel Thuan An

14 Bach Dang Street, Da Nang, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Da Nang

Hoi An

A travel blog entry by lerato.t


... next to nothing! It was even better than the food from the Sailing Club! After that we did a bit of a bike ride and some sightseeing! Then it was off to the tailors who can make anything for you in 24hours. It was really overwhelming! They take your measurements and a 360 degree pitot for the tailor! It is really proper! I ...

Looking for My Son / Hoi An's Legendary Night

A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave


... setting.
There were street performers and food stalls, and tradtionally you are meant to light a paper latern and float it down the river for good fortune. It was super-busy, with elderly ladies and children trying to sell the aforementioned lanterns to tourists and locals alike. The huge number of people present meant that eventually the whole river was lit up with glowing floating laterns, which was amazing to witness and felt very special to be a part of. ...

Holidaying in Hoi An

A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086


... painted buildings with shutters, all covered in multi coloured lanterns. At night everything is lot up and there is a river at the heart of the town. There is a bridge which is lit up at night and you can by lanterns to float into the sea- of course I had to buy mine from a sweet looking old lady! After a couple of days of shopping for presents and eating lots of nice food, especially an amazing curry house recommended to us by Owen and Mel our friends from the Halong bay ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by drjustina


Highlights: 1) Mi quang for breakfast 2) Downtown shopping with boys 3) Lunch at Bac Ban's house 4) Dinner at Quynh's house Today began with a walk down the road to a local mi quang restaurant, which was really just someone's front yard. Mi quang is flat rice noodles with a couple of slices of pork, maybe a shrimp, some peanuts, and a small amount of broth, and you eat it with a rice cracker and some greens. It was ...

Jelly coffee, erotic sculpture and another train

A travel blog entry by emma_rivers


... that each passenger take 3x as much stuff as their seat allows, so that everyone around them has to have their leg space taken, as well as the aisles. The passengers are interesting, made up of bickering families, chatty street vendor women, and kids. One guy we nicknamed Mr Fidget as he could not stay still, kept banging chair legs, arm rests, windows, etc throughout the entire journey. Which drove both Tom and I mad after an hour or so of ...


This hotel, located on 14 Bach Dang Street, Da Nang, is near The Marble Mountains.
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