Minh Tam Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsMinh Tam Resort Mui Ne
Minh Tan is an Ok low buget, waterfront resort hotel. What let it down was the nightclub across the road - 6.00am finish, techno till dawn.
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... I was shouted at for not taking photos. My main source of amusement came from the tour guides accent. He was, to his credit, very charismatic and spoke enthusiastically like a game show announcer. It's a feature of the Vietnamese accent that they knock the last sound of many words, particularly the 't' (remember the 'boa' in Halong Bay?). Our guide raised a few smiles and eyebrows when he informed us that the Champa people made their temples with ...
... feature of which is a large hill that our taxi driver refused to drive up, leaving us to make the hike fully laden with luggage & baby. Perhaps it had something to do with the aforementioned incident). Thanks to major renovation work being performed on the budget section of the hotel, which we were booked to stay in, we were informed that we would have to content ourselves with the "Bliss" section, at an equal nightly room rate. Consider me content. Whilst much of ...
... for that matter (OK, not totally true, but the last time I rode a motor bike was when I was 16 and it was only once!). We pass through villages and lovely scenic views where fishing boats bob in there hundreds within a vast beautiful bay. The sun glistens on the waves, local people go about their business and the road is good (tarmaced and smooth) with little traffic, which is a relief (especially for a novice biker). After about 20mims we ...
... beds, hot shower, AC, fridge, and a tv we won't watch. We cruised to the city of Mui Ni (the resorts are all located along a strip of about 6km or so along the beach) and we went to the local market to pick up some snacks and fruit. Here we had some entertainment of watching a confrontation between two Vietnamese women that were literally at each others throats. I only wish I could've understood what they were yelling but it must've been something ...
... it looked so nice.
It felt like it should be afternoon but it was just about lunch time, so we went across the road and got some lunch at Coco's Cafe.
After a nice curry our room was ready to move in to and the next thing to do was to take a walk along the beach and find a place to rent surf boards.
As it turns out the Great Lonely Planet Guide did not tell us that this town was suitable for surfing (without kite or sail) during certain times of ...