Bat Dat Hotel

238-244 Tran Hung Dao Str., District 5, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Forum Posts

Shipping to USA

by sus6514

Has anyone shipped purchases from Vietnam to the USA? Can I rely on receiving packages? Got a recommendation of a place to go for reliable shipping?
Thank you.,

Re: Shipping to USA

by JessieLang

Both FedEx and UPS are international shippers. I don't know if they have offices there, but it's likely, and they would probably be reliable. Shipping like that is VERY expensive though. Depending on the size and fragility of your purchases, maybe paying for extra luggage is an option?

Re: Shipping to USA

by la_anda

hey,
if the time is not urgent, u can go to " Central Post Office" in district 1 of Saigon. Near Duc Ba Church. It is reliable one and also cheap. If u need a short time, u can come to DHL or FeDex company. But the fee is so high

Travel Tips for Ho Chi Minh City

Dollar savings on guide books

by asiaphilen02

Travel tip. you can easily buy Lonely Planet Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, China books and Phrasebooks for about US $3 (yes three dollars-if you bargain even less eg 40,000 Vietnam Dong) in District one in Saigon and all other tourist centres.Just walk along the street I the tourist strips…if you don’t stumble over their sidewalk stalls they will be chasing you with boxes of books for sale anyway! Majestic Hotel is special

Walking aimlessly in Ho Chi...

by illa

Strolling aimlessly in Ho Chi Minh City is what I like doing. After a while, if you are tired, you can take a cyclo anywhere with a fixed price, asking the rider to take you for one hour or half an hour. There are a lot of cyclo riders speaking English so make sure you find an English speaker who can be your guide as well. I miss the food, smiles of people, Ao Dai dress...

The biker ladies

by kokoryko

You have noticed on photographs in other tips that all motor bikers are wearing helmets (By law, since Dec. 14th 2007), and they are very disciplined. If you have a close look, you will notice that many ladies wear also long gloves, covering their arms; it is a protection against sun, mainly, as like in many Asian countries, having a fair skin is a beauty criterion; many young ladies wear these gloves when they bike in the polluted streets, and even when there is no sun, that may protect against dust, dirt,. . . . . They have sometimes a strange look; and not only motor bikers wear these protections, also pedalling bikers wear this accessory (picture 5). I just love to look and discover all sorts of people in the streets, and you may too have lots of amazement subjects with only these little common things here.

The Locals are Natural Weather Forecaster

by Aidy_p

You may want to bring along your umbrella to protect yourself against the harsh sun or sudden rain. Jac & I were having dinner at the Ben Thanh Night Market when suddenly, the locals started to set up their big brollies and rain covers. There was no difference in terms of the colour of the sky. But lo and behold, rain started to pelt the ground. We were so amazed by these natural weather forcaster. This is truly an example of local knowledge.

Can Gio Beach

by Blatherwick

The beach at Can Gio is the only beach within the city limits of Ho Chi Minh City. The beach is comprised of hard-packed mud so it is not one of the best in Vietnam. However, it is a good place to mingle with the locals and you will most certainly be free of the western tourists. This is a good place to buy fresh seafood from the vendors on the beach.

To get to Can Gio you head 60 km SE from downtown HCMC. Travel time is about 3 hours. Two ferry crossings need to be taken to reach the island that it sits on (around $0.20 per ferry).

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