Saigon Kim Lin

No 80 - Binh Minh St, Cua Lo town, Vinh Long, Vietnam | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on No 80 - Binh Minh St, Cua Lo town, Vinh Long, is near Municipal Theater, Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Dam Sen, and Revolutionary Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Vinh Long

Apparently it's not 'just like riding a bike'....

A travel blog entry by belindanorrie on Oct 07, 2014

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... the skinniest people on the bus were finding the bus ride a little cosy! It was a good opportunity to view the countryside down south before hoping on a long boat for a look around the local floating markets. Given the lateness of the morning, the hustle and bustle we were hoping to see wasn't quite happening, it was interesting none the less and another look at Vietnamese life. We saw the Cai Be markets...this is a local market ...

Mekong Delta and home stay

A travel blog entry by kmaclean333 on Sep 28, 2014

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... old and had less wrinkles than me! Very sweet and spoke some French too. Next day was a visit to the local floating market, then some food making plants go learn how rice paper, coconut candies and rice/Noodle pops (think like popcorn) are made...yummy! But can't say yum around here as it means something very different in Vietnamese! On the way home were the famous Cu Chi tunnels which ...

The Mekong Delta Day 1: Snake Themed

A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on Aug 17, 2014

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... the gentle rocking of the boat, the slightly salted breeze against our faces and watching life unfold before us. Eventually we stopped for lunch where we had a simple lunch of noodles and had another animal encounter. The owner of the establishment had a snake (python I think) in a cage. It was originally covered so I had not noticed it. However, now that there were several westerners milling around he decided it would be a good time to get it out. People ...

Cu Chi Tunnels - by public bus

A travel blog entry by sarahrees on Jun 16, 2014

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... unfortunately in the rain. A guide showed us where to go for the 15 minute intro film: scratchy B&W footage that was quite hard to follow even though the commentary was in English but still really interesting. There was a fairly large Vietnamese tour group watching the film with us, but luckily they stayed together. Dean and I had a guide with a family group (4 adults, 2 children - only 1 adult and 1 child out of the group came into the actual tunnels) ...

The heat is well and truly on

A travel blog entry by jemraven on Apr 02, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... had to do the same where he pulled the guy off the scooter. We were all asked to give statements, with notes being taken for some but not others and Rachel had to sign a blank sheet of paper, before they took photos of her camera from every conceivable angle. When we were finally told we could go, we left the station and all agreed that in future it would actually be better to leave the fuzz out of it.

So, what better way to wind down after a stressful afternoon than to go for ...

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