River Ray Estates Resort

Ben Cat Beach, Vung Tau, 74, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ben Cat Beach, Vung Tau.
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    Travel Blogs from Vung Tau

    Scenic Vung Tau

    A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Apr 05, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... people in Vietnam and 34 million motorcycles, often as many as 3 per family. Boys drive Hondas from Japan and Girls Vespers from Italy. When girls ride motorcycles they wear face masks not only because of perceived risks from pollution, but also to keep their skin light in colour. Paler skin is considered more attractive in ladies in Vietnam!)

    Back to the market, the stall holders sat cross legged on their stalls often eating, even at stalls selling ...

    First leg of our moped trip

    A travel blog entry by becmarklew on Feb 22, 2014

    9 photos

    ... out that the hotel we were stopping at was also called a 'love' hotel...nice! I think we had some 'love' clients next door to us as it was very noisy, my ear plugs were my saviours.

    We were staying in a area where all the locals lived, they obviously havent seen many white people around here as everyone were just staring at us, its such a weird feeling having every single person on the street stare. All the people were so friendly ...

    Anzac Day in Vietnam

    A travel blog entry by bostonk on Apr 25, 2013

    7 photos

    Experiencing Anzac Day with veterans and their families.

    Amazing kind of experience for us this Anzac Day.

    It took us nearly a day to get to Vung Tau from Hoi An via flight to Ho Chi Min and hydrofoil ( which was 3 hrs late) and then 1 hr to get to Vung Tau. The city itself was a bit of an eye opener. Much more industrialised than we expected and lots and lots of Aussies have chosen it as their home.

    Our first port ...

    Continuation of updates...

    A travel blog entry by briiahna on Feb 11, 2013

    ... falling asleep through the movie. Called it a night around 3am. Wednesday 6th I attended my final language class, had a two hour massage and my acrylic nails removed. As I was walking back to my flat, a fireman was waving me over from his truck. He then began to tell me that he has seen me walk past the fire station everyday for the past three weeks (which is true, I did that everyday) and has said hello each time but I ignored him. He then tried to ask me out on a date, saying that ...

    Surfing at Sunset!

    A travel blog entry by scottandamy on Aug 15, 2012

    4 photos

    ... ended up moving rooms during our stay due to ants and unclean rooms.

    Scott and I decided to go for a swim in the sea as soon as we arrived. Charlotte chilled in her room for a bit instead. Our swim was great the waves were soon getting very big and we decided to try and hire a surf board. This proved to be more difficult than we would have liked. We could see and touch the surf boards but there was no one around ...