Hung Vuong Hotel

166 Hung Vuong, Phuong 3-TX, Ben Tre, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 166 Hung Vuong, Phuong 3-TX, Ben Tre.
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Travel Blogs from Ben Tre

Ho Chi Minh Back-alleys day 2 and 3

A travel blog entry by cariannepotter on Jun 29, 2014

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... to fit perfect. We headed to Caravelle Hotel and had some beers up there while we watched the city light up and was set for a great view. We met up with Doug's friend who lives here and she took us to a place called The Secret Garden (in alley up 5 flights of stairs) which was a cool restaurant and the food was amazing (pork lemongrass was my favorite)! Mostly HCMC has these alleys which are all separate communities and it was ...

Towards the Mekong

A travel blog entry by robnraystravels on Jun 12, 2014

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... it turned out they were staying at the same hotel as us. The Oasis Hotel, on the river in Ben Tre, is run by Ken & Lieu, a Kiwi & his Vietnamese wife & was a fantastic choice of hotels. We had a pool & use of push bikes while we were there. The first day we rode into town & found some more markets. While walking through them we came across a guy cutting the heads off frogs & skinning them. The ladies ...

Floating along the Mekong

A travel blog entry by judy.tagell on May 30, 2014

... Angel. When she'd finished, me, Bevster and Lilly were welling up! She has a beautiful voice and also plays the piano so we can't wait until she finishes her album! We're already her biggest fans! So, after we'd had lunch we were off to our next home stay, which was a out in the countryside and had a big dormitory that we all slept in. It wasn't someone's actual house but it gave us an idea if the kind of houses people live in here. The toilets and showers were outside ...

The Coconut River

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on May 29, 2014

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... ancestors yearly. The groom is responsible to pay for everything when a marriage occurs, even the brides' family stuff!

After 2 hours we Exited the bus and arrived at a small dock. We met Our local guide, Lan, here who explained to us the various island plantations ...

Floating Pineapple Boats

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on May 25, 2014

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... didn't want, went on the floor; beer cans, napkins, bones, prawn shells- anything and everything! Now this does seem to be the done thing however it is very strange to us. After lunch we were back on the boat for another ride along the river, passing stilt houses, fish farms (hooray!) fishing village and more fruit plantations. Or some of us just had a little post lunch nap! Back on the lovely air conditioned bus and we went round the corner (or so it seemed) and got off ...

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