Saigon Royal Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Saigon Royal Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City
It was an epic effort and mad rush but we made it to the plane and to Ho Chi Minh in one piece. After a walk around town to find some spring rolls for dinner we chilled out with a can or two of 333 beer and caught up on some sleep.
... on each side of the stage. There were a total of thirteen acts each with different puppets. The finale included a dragon shooting fire out of his mouth, fighting with a lion. I think there were 6-8 puppet masters..at the end of the show they came from under the water to take a bow, really a great hour of entertainment! Earlier in the morning I went to try to get a little butter and a fresh baguette. I had to walk down past the park ...
... chopstick talents and linguistic skills. Great chat continued into the early hours in a bar run by one of Arthur's mates which was curiously medical themed. Not sure why the waitresses were all dressed as nurses, they didn't appear to even have an elementary grasp of anatomy. Thankfully, the bar was adorned with near naked picks, so they could study as they worked. Super good fun and great to catch up with Arthur who has been ...
... to our hotel gave me a view of the scams that the guide book warns about. Everything seemed legitimate as the taxi had a meter running and company logos all over it but the driver went via a long circular route and the meter was running at about triple speed. I think I got stung by about £4 on a £1 journey.
For the afternoon I had some relaxation time in the hotel and mid afternoon the intense heat gave way to ...
The tour officially ended last night, but for some of the group they have a free day then they'll be off for 5 days in Cambodia with Intrepid. Jess the youngest member on the original Vietnam tour is making her own way tomorrow to Cambodia.
Australians and New Zealanders have always impressed me with their inbuilt, almost genetically predisposed lust for adventure. Most UK single women in their early 20s would never consider ...