Villa Song Saigon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Song Saigon Ho Chi Minh City
Amazing hotel that which has the staff to match. They were great in that they were very helpful to all our requests, the food was good and they provided transport into town when needed. Great place to relax. Would love to go back when we get the chance.
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Yesterday (ie Sunday) was a visit by super speedboat to the Cu Chi tunnels ( these were built first to combat the French during the French war which lasted for approx 100 years up to 1953 And expanded during what we call the Vietnam war to combat the US) They are approx 250 km in length and in come cases are three 'storeys'. Some of the Viet …
So this morning we did a tour of markets (tacky shopping) in HCM city and a cyclo rickshaw ride around to the Remnants and Reunification museum. In other words a museum about American atrocities during the war, not for the faint hearted .
Back home for lunch swim sleep (as no one slept after our excellent valentines meal last night) and then …
So we said goodbye by to our short stay in Singapore and headed into our next stop on our Indochina adventure. Our flight had a slight delay and a few bumps due to the weather over Saigon - no repeat of Ghanaian turbulence terror though (where at one point the plane dropped a fair few feet vertically and we had to make an impromptu visit to Togo …
... snake and scorpion. Not sure if it is just a gimmick for tourists but we tried it and passed on taking some back. There was another souvenir table where there were a few things that we thought would be interesting to have at home so we bought them. Colson got a turtle carved from a coconut (he didn't get a dress). We didn't realize how heavy all of the souvenirs were - two jugs of honey and a brick sized box of coconut candy weighed probably close to 10 pounds. Next ...
... of home-made ruou chuoi (banana wine). Various women came to the restaurant to talk to Thuy, who had been with me in Saigon and Danang for 4 weeks, and one of these women was Ut Mai, the friendly policewoman, who had had an eye infirmity for some time. Her eye was now painful and sightless, and Paul was pretty certain she had a cataract. Previously, Ut Mai had refused to travel to Saigon for treatment – because the journey and the possibility of travel sickness frightened ...