Que Huong Hotel

Address: 60 Tran Phu Blvd, Nha Trang, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 60 Tran Phu Blvd, Nha Trang, is near Alexandre Yersin Museum, Hon Mieu Island, Coco DIve Center, and Long Thanh Photo Studio.
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      Travel Blogs from Nha Trang

      Hot mud baths

      A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 08, 2015

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      ... were taken to our mud bath where we lounged overlooking the valley listening to the rain pattering overhead. It's actually quite nice when it rains here as the sun is so strong it is nice and cooling. We took great delight in realising that we could float in the mud and whilst it had lots of purported benefits we just enjoyed how silky smooth it made our skin. After that we showered and then were lead back for a herbal bath. I couldn't figure out the smell but it ...

      Nha trang - Day 2

      A travel blog entry by joca92 on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... was a very interesting chap. I was particularly interested due to his role in researching and discovering the pathogen for bubonic plague but he also introduced lots of new products to Vietnam. He was a part explorer, part medical researcher and a lot of his colleagues and contemporaries were people I had studied at university either for my dissertation or medical geography module so I was fascinated. After this i visited the Long Son Pagoda ...

      One day, one night

      A travel blog entry by wine2nite on Nov 15, 2014

      15 photos

      ... pepper. The government helps with schools but that's all). The agricultural crops are amazing. Every inch of ground is used and reused. Coffee, artichokes, avocados, huge pepper farms, cabbage, corn, rice paddies and the list goes on. Every crop is picked by hand. We stopped for the night at Lak Lake, which is up in the mountains...got there about sunset and stayed in a small ethnic village. The hotel is geared for tourists and many Easy Riders ...

      First day in Cam Lâm

      A travel blog entry by marinacariello on Jul 21, 2014

      8 photos

      ... was a music class scheduled to be taught by the volunteers that came from the U.S.
      Since none of us had really eaten any breakfast yet, Phoebe and I decided to go to the market with one of the translators to pick up food for the group.
      This was the first night that we had our cook for dinner at the school, and it was incredible to say the least.
      Later that night a few of us decided to walk back to the hotel because Pat had to pick up a few things for breakfast the next ...

      Cambodia and Vietnam Part 1

      A travel blog entry by jamesdebra on May 22, 2014

      27 photos

      ... br>
      On the 1st of May we went on a day tour to the Cu Chi tunnels - a tunnel complex a little distance from HCM centre where an entire village had moved underground during the war... We arrived at the tunnel complex after about a 3 hour bus drive (apparently it took a little longer than usual because it was a public holiday). First thing we did was watch a documentary about the war. This gave a different perspective on the war - this time talking ...