Sun Spa Resort Quang Binh Vietnam
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
TravelPod Member ReviewsSun Spa Resort Quang Binh Vietnam Dong Hoi
Amazing resort, with top of the range relaxation and spa facilities. The resort seems out of place in this area, as there seems to be 3 staff to 1 guest, and the resort seems to big for the location.
I hope they warm to westerners soon, as we are paying their wage.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Sun Spa Resort Quang Binh Vietnam Dong Hoi
Travel Blogs from Dong Hoi
... opportunity to take pictures with the statues outside of the tomb before we walked up to see it. So, you will be able to view photos of the both of us posing with these statues, which look like emperors, in this entry! The tomb itself was incredible, as all the walls were adorned with inlaid mosaics and glass fragments-a unique design for this time period. As we took pictures of the majestic altar and surrounding halls, we were amazed at the level of ...
... had admittedly played a big role in my previous poor choices) assured me that there were plenty more caves to explore in the park that were within our reach and budget so I remained positive we'd have a good time - but the stakes were high now. We flew from Saigon to Dong Hoi, a town 50km from the park, and spent the night there. I'd been avoiding meat since my food poisoning to allow my stomach to sort itself out a bit so out for dinner that night I ordered the ...
... I'm going to do when we leave Vietnam. Ca phe sua da is an awesome creation. I love condensed milk in coffee! After crossing over the Truong Tien bridge, I walked through a little park, then went through the gates of the citadel to enter the Imperial City. It started to drizzle just after I went in, which was lovely as I was starting to get really sweaty. The city of Huế, and the Imperial Palace in the middle, saw a lot of fighting during the 1968 Tet Offensive, so ...
... in tents. The first night, as I was walking back to my hammock, I came across a yellow and black snake on the pathway. I didn't think too much of it, but I said something to the group leader, who immediately called over all the Vietnamese porters to help him get rid of it. Apparently it's extremely poisonous. They spent the next half hour scaring it away with sticks, and even once they convinced me it was safe to go into my hammock, ...
... of us since it was already so dark. If you turned around, you could see the cave’s entrance getting smaller and smaller and it looked like a gateway to paradise, so I snapped an awesome wide-angle shot of that on the camera as well. As we headed into the cave, we finally made our way out of the water and through an extremely narrow crack towards a mud pool. If you are claustrophobic in any way, this cave is definitely going to be a no-go for you. Sometimes the line ...