Pastel Inn Saigon

99 Pasteur St., District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
Prices starting from $122.00

Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

Cu Chi Tunnels - by public bus

A travel blog entry by sarahrees


... photos, uniform making. We also visited the temple which is in the Ben Duoc grounds. This temple was built to remember all the Vietnamese people who fought (and especially those who died) in the Cu Chi Tunnels and elsewhere in the war. The walls are inscribed with 10,000s names of those who died in the war. A really worthwhile visit. Now, as this was a blog about transport to the Cu Chi tunnels ie. getting there by public bus, I now have to admit that ...

Wandering Saigon Part II

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric


... We were the only white people within 6 blocks of the place and Chit Thong was packed with locals--we knew we were in the right place! Lauren wasn't a huge fan of the pork but did try the noodles and she liked them too.

Eric ...

Day 2 HCMC

A travel blog entry by skiffa


... middle of a busy capital some one who needs some kindness , can find it . The rest of the day was spent walking the city , and taking in the sights . We got into this so much that when we got back to the hotel they informed us that our tour guide waited 1.5 hours for us before leaving . For dinner we went to a barbecue restaurant Xavier's teach told him about . It was nice , but that's 2 nights in a row I've cooked my own so that's enough ...

Ho chi minh city

A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock


... 160;im not sure if she was joking or not but I did just in case!  The floating market was actually quite cool, at the front of their boat they stuck what they were selling on the top of a poll so it was easy to see, then random drink sellers would just anchor themselves onto us and pester for ten minutes then move on until the next one! after that it was through a crazy fish market where they had all alive fish in water like squid and prawns, had to ...

So it begins

A travel blog entry by min.lee37


... for still seeing the positive side and didn't go into a full panic mode :). Once I arrived and got out of the airport, I was completely overwhelmed by the number of motorcycles on the road! My taxi driver kindly explained that there are 10 million (crazy!) people in Ho Chi Minh City and pretty much every one of them owns a motorcycle. I was just amazed how well the cars and buses still drive with so many ...


This hotel, located on 99 Pasteur St., District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Dam Sen Water Park, Revolutionary Museum, Hotel de Ville, and La Maison de L'Apothiquaire.
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