Palace Hotel

01 Nguyen Trai St, Vung Tau, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $92.00

Travel Blogs from Vung Tau

Scenic Vung Tau

A travel blog entry by nickandjo


... the stained glass windows. There was a large reclining Buddha and some interesting art work on the walls. It is interesting that Buddhists charge entry to their temples and don’t seem to mind being photographed at worship.

After this we went to the White Palace. This was a white building of French Colonial Origin built towards the end of the nineteenth century but used now as a tourist attraction and, as became evident, weddings. At this point one of ...

From Phu My

A travel blog entry by steve874


... of difference between North and South, the South being a lot more developed. The people have been so friendly, though there is always that feeling that they are ripping you off. Mind you things are so cheap that you don't mind them getting the odd extra $ We've been to 3 different ports and not seen one Macdonalds, think that's the only country we can say that about. The mighty greenback rules though! "Goodnight Vietnam" ;-) Bring on Thailand and country number 54 ...

Field visit to a Vision Centre - make that two!

A travel blog entry by plumwhat


... places I have been in Africa could benefit from this program. Seems strange to me to be travelling without a film crew. Most of my trips to developing countries have been to lead the crew. Here someone else has organised everything and I just go where I am told. No need to get up before everyone else, make sure everyone is on the bus and sort out meal stops. It's quite a treat, though I must admit it doesn't quite have the same sense of camaraderie our filming trips have had. Maybe ...

Bootiful coastline...

A travel blog entry by wix


The drive from Boa Loc went from a pretty dusty and busy highway to a quiet coastal route. I stopped off and had this amazing prawns in sweet tamarind sauce and walked the beach and got some great photo's of the surf!! I then continued on but stopped to try fix my headlight because i was gonna arrive at my next stop in the dark but when i stopped there was a miscommunication and ...


A travel blog entry by gillen2012


... with mopeds, buses, trucks and a few cars. There were small shops, fruit stands, and shacks with up to a dozen hammocks for people to rest in. That was a unique sight for me. We crossed the Saigon River over bridges and a new tunnel just outside of the city. Our first stop was a lacquer factory, where we saw how some of the pieces were made and browsed through the showroom for about 30 minutes. Back on the coach we headed into ...

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