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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiverside Apartments Ho Chi Minh City
Lovely resort with 13 three-story apartment buildings (4 apartments per floor) set in park-like surroundings on the bank of the Saigon River. Free transport into the city (minibus or riverboat). Friendly staff, and many long-stay occupants. Swimming pool, tennis courts, gymn, coffee shop, restaurant, etc.
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... and looking after animals program.
I visited 'Monkey Island' as a day trip ($16 each extra including lunch), first I went to the Monkey reserve, (thieves with tails, one stole my hand sanitiser and probably poisoned itself) then the Viet Cong base (watch your step on the walkways, there not ...
... dining room, library, the first lady“s banquet room, movie theater, gambling room and heliport. The Palace also has a massive basement full of different communication equipment.
From the Reunification Palace we headed to the Notre Dame Cathedral which we managed to see only from outside because they were just serving a mess inside. A bunch of people was leaning on their motorcycles at the front door to the church. We believe they would fit inside of the church but they ...
... We visited the Marble Mountains which quite frankly had too many stairs and, despite the numerous caves, not enough shade to protect us from the scorching day. Unfortunately, due to some motorbike malfunctioning, first on the part of Darren's bike which we had fixed, then mine, which we had to abandon at a marble shop, that was all that the day allowed for. The next day however, we decided to drive the Hai Van Pass, dubbed by Jeremy Clarkson as one of the best coastal roads in ...
... friend of mine who I hadn't seen for over 10 years. We decided on the latter first, so met with Hannah at her apartment, wow! She lived in a three bed apartment, on the 27th floor, with an upstairs cinema room, and, wait for it, a private rooftop pool and bar, with 360 degree views of the city, for £900 all inclusive a month, there was even a bar downstairs, I wonder what that would set you back in London, a million a month? We caught up over wine and stories, then headed ...
... watched us throughout our whole meal quietly begging for food. Not at all like Ollie.
We spent the next two days buying souvenirs, cheap t-shirts for 50,000 VND so about £1.80 each, stickers, a fan, a bracelet, and lots more. We even managed to send some postcards to everyone, hopefully you all received them!
We spent a while in our favourite coffee shop (Start Up Coffee) that had great staff, yummy coffees, a great mango ...