The Light Hotel & Resort
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Light Hotel & Resort Nha Trang
Nice view......hotel a little old and full of Russian Tourists
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Travel Blogs from Nha Trang
... after yet another banana pancake we made our way to another recommendation; louisianne brew house for comfortable loungers around a pool right on the beach...oh and the passion fruit beer went down a treat too! Walking back along the beach I was struck by a moment of déjà vu...from my angle Nha Trang beach looked very similar to Ipanema beach - dare I say even better? Uh oh the places are all starting to blur into one... We were advised to try the local 'nem' spring rolls ...
... at about 6pm. We were ushered in where 'mama' the owner hugged and kissed us, grabbed our bags off us, sat us down and fed us food until we could eat no more! We booked to go canyoning the next day and so got another early night as I did not fancy abseiling down waterfalls, hungover at 8am! Canyoning was amazing! We did three abseils, two waterfall slides and a cliff jump. All were so scary but the adrenaline after was incredible. On my second abseil I slipped and smashed ...
... eldest daughter at just 14 was biking to school each day, coming home, making key rings, and going to the market to flog them each night. Their youngest wasn't even 1 year old. The treatment given to the husband to make him as comfortable as possible was £25 a week which is more than a Vietnamese wage. The family as a result was also in debt from trying to pay for this. We gave the family the donation to help make their life a little easier and I gave the lady a massive ...
... took the longest over water cable car in the world over to an amusement park. Mostly did it for the cable car, but ended up checking out the rides (a really fun one was the alpine coaster which was more like a personal go cart down a huge hill, where you controlled where to brake without hitting the person in front of you), also saw a dolphin show as the sun set, and checked out the really good ...
... to cross the road and walk along the park/beach in hope that there was a cafe or a restaurant to enjoy a nice coffee and a meal. Nothing was open but the park was buzzing with fitness classes. Everything from Tai Chi to Yoga to a seemingly popular exercise that Bens vietnamese hairdresser had sworn by which involved raising your arms rapidly then down and repeat. Quite odd seeing 50 people do it at once!!
We couldn't find anything on ...