Phuong Hoang Hotel

2R Hung Vuong Street, Vinh Long, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2R Hung Vuong Street, Vinh Long.
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Travel Blogs from Vinh Long

Pleasantly Surprising Cambodia

A travel blog entry by roamsweetroam on Apr 09, 2014

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... ancient temples in the town and we visited a grand total of 3!! Obviously the best ones. We went to Ta Prohm which is also known as the Tomb Raider Temple as part of the film was shot there. & yes I did run around pretending to me Lara croft! It was pretty impressive though with the trees that were growing in and around the stones. We also went ...

Not too long in Vinh Long on the mighty Mekong!

A travel blog entry by huonvillehigh on Mar 25, 2014

8 comments, 38 photos

... at 7.30am we were off and racing straight away. First stop was Thien Phuoc orphanage on the northern outskirts of the city. The orphanage is run by a catholic nun – Sister Kim – who does a wonderful job of caring for 60 children with a range of disabilities. Our crew were tasked with spending a couple of hours with the children caring for them – helping with feeding, playing with them and generally making their lives a little more enjoyable for at least a ...

On the road to Can Tho

A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on Mar 18, 2014

5 photos

We repacked the bags and set off south on the QL60 towards Tieu Can. This area seemed very rural, with crops growing in the fields and rice being dried on the floor outside homes (and in the road!). As we'd found yesterday, there was a real mix of housing. Some were large concrete structures which looked rather grand alongside their tin-shack or bamboo-and-palm-leaves counterparts.
Several temples dotted the roadsides, and groups ...

Sean Fails to Dodge the Vomit

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Feb 05, 2014

4 photos

... joint we tried, really did set an impressively high bar to beat. Location did leave a bit to be desired as the seating spilled over into the petrol station next door. After failing to find a nearby stall selling dumplings on a stick or something (I was never clear about what Lauren was after) we took a detour to the tourist area. Passing through an area filled with stalls selling huge mountains of vegetables and the freshest possible fish (still alive) was interesting. Saw one ...

Byebye, Borders, Bad buses

A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet on Feb 04, 2014

16 photos

... price, $9.
So we go back to the bus commandos and we are on the next bus, at least it's not rickety, rusty and chock full of people...for now..
Shortly after we stop and pick up extra friends, including Rakhi and Akayla, mother and daughter, Indian Brits on their way to Can Tho.

It's a bumpy ride to our unknown changeover at Long Xuyen, but the bus guys have phoned ahead, the commandos spot the tourists no problem and direct us to the new bus for our transfer to ...