Ocean Star Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ocean Star Resort Phan Thiet
Travel Blogs from Phan Thiet
... we arrived it was pouring rain and the weather was predicting rain for the next four days...just how long we were staying in Phan Thiet. Needless to say we were not in the best mood. We had a whole villa to ourselves equipped with a living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom with a jetted tub, Jacuzzi in our yard and cable TV, so I was trying to think positively that even if it rained for the next four days at least I could take long baths and watch ...
... so nice in there, I had my breakfast overlooking the pool and sea. I then decided on booking a tour to the dunes, after all it's apparently one of the best things in Mui ne. After a pit stop at a local fishing village with hundreds of boats crammed into one area, we made our way along the bumpy roads. Swerving past the approaching cattle we finally made it in the beaten up green jeep. It was 300k to rent a quad to explore. So I went halves with ...
... my fajitas so I passed the left overs on to the bin, (Scott). Shattered so we headed home, no wonder we were tired though, it was way passed our bed time being 11pm! Such dirty stop outs we are! Mui Ne seems nice, at night. Lots of bars and tyre saturates along the main road with hotels and minimarts on. It's busy here and very westernised, the place is a I outfits holiday destination for two weeks sat on the beach (for instance). We will see how the beach is ...
... run was a lot of fun, until it started raining. We decided to head back to the hotel and wait for the shuttle bus to the train station. We really enjoyed our time in Hoi an. The town is charming and very relaxing, compared to the other vietnamese cities. We took the night train at around 10.30 pm to go to Mui Ne, 700 kms and 14 hours away. We shared the sleeping train cabin with a very nice german couple from Hambourg. They even offered ...
... czerwone i białe wydmy piaszczyste, określane 'Saharą Wietnamu'. Na miejscu były do wypożyczenia quady, którymi można było jeździć po wydmach, za 30min trzeba było zaplacić $30. Porównując tą cenę z innymi cenami w Wietnamie (nasze zakwatowanie na dzień to $5), cena wydała nam się zdecydowanie za wysoka, więc postanowiliśmy przejść po wydmach pieszo. ...