Ha Tien Vegas Resort

Address: Vietnam International Border, Ha Tien, Vietnam | Resort
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This resort is located on Vietnam International Border, Ha Tien.
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Travel Blogs from Ha Tien

The boat that rocked

A travel blog entry by ninjabackpacker on Aug 01, 2014

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... and fittings were gone. Nothing remained but the concrete shell. It was a little bit frightening, especially with the fog. I said it felt like something out of a horror film and the Korean on our tour told us it had been used as the set for a Korean film. We also learned that after the end of the Khmer Rouge rule in the late 70s until Pol Pot's death in the late 90s, it had been used as a Khmer Rouge stronghold or base. The clearance of landmines ...

Vietnam- Good Morning Vietnam!!!

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on Jul 12, 2014

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... which showcased all the different tribes that have lived within Vietnam. Seeing the various mock houses they had built around the museum was my favourite. Some of the neatest house designs utilizing mostly bamboo, large posts and decorative exposed trusses which created a stunning indoor space. One of the various types of houses encompassed large logs which had divots cut into them to create a staircase up to the front porch of the house. Another design element which wouldn't fly in ...


A travel blog entry by devinblackie on Jun 02, 2014

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... seemed very odd and for how big the resort was there were close to no people giving it a very eerie ghost town type feel which I didn't like. The waterfall we were also taken to see was also a big let down as it was dry season and just a bit dribbly. Buuuut as you will see in the photos the views were incredible and the view from the top is supposedly ranked 9th best bay view in the world an hour from the end we ended up being engulfed in a big cloud too which was pretty ...

An unexpected paradise

A travel blog entry by lucyinthesky. on Apr 08, 2014

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... called Les Manguines and it is beautiful. Surrounded by jungle but right on the river. It is so nice to just sit and chill out for a few hours. There is no menu in the restaurant, you get what you are given which resulted in us polishing off everything they gave us.. Moral of the story; always eat what the locals eat! Prawns, fish, salads, rice and of course ...

Confusing Kampot and inexpensive Italian

A travel blog entry by alexgaltry on Feb 17, 2014

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... got our stuff together. Our "tour guide" informed us that we were the only people on the tour so we would just be taking a tuk tuk around. Our first stop was at the salt fields. There were little piles of salt everywhere it looked so cool! Al and I tried really hard to understand what our guide was saying but the combination of his little English and thick Cambodian accent made things very challenging. So we jumped back into the tuk tuk and continued on our ...