Thien Thao Hotel Ho Chi Minh City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... bit of Google-ing, depending on which site you believe there could be anywhere between 2, 3.5 or 6 million motorbikes in HCMC – compare that to just 100,000 bikes in London!
Having come from neighbouring Cambodia we were perhaps surprised to see the multi-coloured lit tower blocks, thumping bars and general hubbub. It was a lot of fun just to walk about, taking in the sights and smells, with the odd nose around the fake goods on offer in ...
... Duxton which again makes things easier. Lunch was magnificent! We had a different menu to everyone else as we are on board for 2 nights and it's a shame my iPad and phone were in the cabin so no photos of the fish that was served to us as an entree but cameras from the other guests were snapping away at what we think in English was a red schnapper as it was a bigger version of what I caught on the cooking tour in Hoi An. Mineral water, tea and coffee are free for self ...
... Eventually we arrived and our room was set up with a lovely rose heart on the bed and a bottle of wine. We had dinner at a place called May which was recommended to us by friends and we set up our excursion for the next day. Our first full day in HCMC was action packed. We started with a half day tour to the Cu Chi Tunnels which were used in Vietnamese was fighting. It was incredible to see the ingenuity ...
... alone whilst eating and despite her inability to read she suggested all of the best books for us to buy. Fortunately I found the two books that I had intended to read on the Vietnam war - Despatches by Michael Herr, and The Sorrow of War by Bao Ninh. They only cost $2 which was decent. After dinner we joked with Lee in reception for a while and got to know him better as well as the best things in HCMC. Bed at about 10pm and sleep at about 11 after reading. We were cream ...
... We were extremely lucky to meet her and experience Saigon with her. She took us to the market and helped us to bargain! She was really helpful! That night, we went out to eat. We were so lucky to experience a restaurant were Vietnamese people went and there was not a foreigner in sight. We were so used to being constantly surrounded by foreigners and it was hard to break away from the travelling crowd and find unique places. We had some yummy curried snails. We had to ...