Que Huong Hotel

Address: 60 Tran Phu Blvd, Nha Trang, Vietnam | 3 star hotel
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Location

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

    Nha Trang 5/6th November 2014

    A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Nov 06, 2014

    5 photos

    5th November 2014 Our baguette and eggs came and went before our journey started to Nha Trang; the opening twenty minutes or so providing the most entertainment. Initially the bus that picked everyone up from their respective hotels before they were split on to appropriate buses for their destinations saw friction between the attendant and a passenger over where there bag was. The second instalment was an Australian couple, obviously had a few brewskis the night before couldn't ...

    Beach bum day

    A travel blog entry by humberwright on Oct 22, 2014

    18 photos

    ... All the stalls pretty much sell the same things. The haggling is fun though, as soon as you walk away they accept your price. I was looking at a kimono and just wondered how much they were and she told me 250,000VND. I just walked off as I wasn't going to buy it and she grabbed my arm and dragged me back (in a joking way) to buy it and told me 100,000VND. I didn't even want it, but you can see the desperation in some off these people. We have booked to go to the ...

    Waterparks, Waterfalls and War Tunnels

    A travel blog entry by jakepaul on Jun 09, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... Cong, and South Vietnam, later backed by the USA). Now I fully admit that I went in to Vietnam completely blind in terms of the history. Many of us know that history isn't my strong point. It's the chink in my pub quiz armour if you will. I just find it so tedious! However, I do believe that there is a big difference between learning something in a classroom, or from a book, and seeing it with your own eyes. Saigon was a great example of this for me.

    Saigon really is ...

    Lazy muddy day

    A travel blog entry by worldwandering on Jun 04, 2014

    ... and going from our carriage. With everyone on coachroach patrol and a struck you take you rubbish with you policy we made it through the evening with only the occasional killing. Max arguing the entire time that the baby ones were just ants, as of that made it better to have them claiming over you all night. Also they were dfinatley to big for ants.

    Media had brought with her a fake frindge hair peice with her, soyu can imagine ...

    Nha Trang

    A travel blog entry by devinblackie on Apr 10, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... to laze around all day. The water park was pretty dead but was really really good fun, it was on its own private island and you had to get a big cable cart over to it, it had water rides, swimming pools, roller coasters, a lazy river, an aquarium, fairground rides, a games room, shops, restaurants, a 4D cinema and it's own private beach. So as you can imagine, after being hungover, having little sleep on an overnight ...