Phi Vu Hotel

Address: 7 Nguyen Trai St., Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7 Nguyen Trai St., Ho Chi Minh City, is near Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Dam Sen Water Park, Revolutionary Museum, and Hotel de Ville.
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      Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

      Vietnam, YIPPEEE

      A travel blog entry by anna-mike on Nov 04, 2014

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      Ho Chi Minh City is about as far removed from Singapore as you could hope for with an endless stream of thousands upon thousands of motorbikes and mopeds zipping around the roads (and often pavements!) in every direction. Having been in this city briefly before I was aware of the theory of how to cross the roads here... The traffic never stops, walk out into the oncoming flow of bikes and keep walking straight across at the same pace all the time relying on ...

      Last Night and the Cu Chi Tunnels

      A travel blog entry by wanderingjay on Oct 17, 2014

      ... is just incredible. The Americans dropped so many bombs onto the Cu Chi area that in one square meter you could find 3kg of bomb fragments, the total area bombed was around 125km square. Hence the nickname of 'iron land'. The tunnels were only possible in this area due to two reasons. One, the area is very hilly which means on average it sits about 15m above the water table and the soil is 60% clay which made it very strong once it hardened and meant they didn't ...

      Love this city HCMC Saigon

      A travel blog entry by m155gkv on Oct 14, 2014

      4 photos

      ... do that though. The tunnels itself were really interesting and seeing all the weapons and traps that the Vietnamese set up were very clever, I learnt a lot and even got into one of the tunnels which was super tiny. There was also another tunnel which our group went into except Carlijn as she was feeling scared, this tunnel was tiny I was on my hands and knees crawling through the tunnel and we kept going deeper down.

      I was dripping in sweat, there are ...

      24 hours to kill

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Sep 18, 2014


      ... t manage to get their names (besides, they had no products to place) but they were a polite and interesting young Vietnamese lad on his way home after four years at university in Plymouth (hands up who knew there was a university in Plymouth) - who was incredibly excited at the thought of seeing his girlfriend for the first time in eighteen months. And an older woman, English, who had some amazing NGO job that meant she travelled quite frequently. Not quite as frequently as us ...

      The last day!

      A travel blog entry by jamesriseley on Aug 07, 2014

      So it's finally come around, it’s the last day! I honestly wish I could relive this adventure all over again, I enjoyed my stay so much, the locals are so friendly and I definitely felt right at home, despite the fact that I don't ever want to leave this bed.

      After Id woken up I decided to treat myself to the best breaky I could ...