Ocean Star Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ocean Star Resort Phan Thiet
Travel Blogs from Phan Thiet
... and maybe the reason for the early review request. We dropped our bags and headed out to the red dunes. Locals will rent you a piece of plastic to ride the sand and the kids will wax it to make it faster. We climbed over the first sandy peak, with tired legs. The town is hidden and you could be in the desert. Sand boarding isn't exactly white knuckle and you have to find a well ridden and compacted track to get any speed. The wind was picking up and we started to ...
... a beer and bottle of water I was very happy with my cheap dinner. Stuffed, we went back to our air conditioned room and double checked the map for our forthcoming ride. I was buzzing to finally get into the Annamite Mountains and to the French Colonial Hill Station of Dalat, a place the French Army used to head into in order to cool down from the contrasting temperatures of the coast. Having had seen the outlines of these mountains from afar, we couldn't ...
... be happy with the dragon coming in and bringing good luck and prosperity to a new place.
Sea of Memory Resort
134 Nguyen Dinh Chieu
Mui Ne Beach, Phan Thiet city
1 dbl room with ocean view during the Tet - $40
Joe’s Garden Resort
It’s a centrally located really nice place with a fine restaurant by the ocean. Dbl room/bungalow anything from $50 to ...
... to ever since. Tickets booked, we then spent the rest of the day walking around the city and stopped off at the War Remnants Museum, another apparent 'must see'. Although interesting we were again to find it full of propaganda and an exhibition that was incredibly hard to follow, with no chronological or historical structure. Glad we had visited but slightly underwhelmed we stored it in the checklist of things we had seen. The next morning we found our bus, again ...
... baskets of fish flying about too! We were careful to keep our distance... The variety and quantity of seafood that they were unloading from such small boats was staggering. Quite how the restaurant the other day didn't have scallops is beyond me, as there were heaps of them everywhere we looked. There were piles of fish, crabs, prawns, eels and sea snails, but the prime catches were kept alive in buckets of water off to one side, presumably ready ...