InterContinental Asiana Saigon Residences

Corner Nguyen Du St. &, Hai Batrung St., Ho Chi Minh City, 70000, Vietnam
InterContinental Asiana Saigon Residences
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hanoi / hcmc

by dessamuel

HI, there all i have a few days in Vietnam, is this itenary possible. Any ideas. I plan to fly from Hanoi to HCMC, but i can not find resonable flights. What airlines can i use. I am having a problem finding flights out of HCMC to Indonesia.

Any good backpacker lodges that i can stay good reliable day tours eg. Ho Lang Bay ect.

Arrive 1st March: at Ha Noi - spend the day looking around and try booking tours and flights to HCMC

2nd March- Take a tour to Ho Lang Bay
- Stay night on boat
3rd - stay on Island

4th - return back to Hanoi and book a over night train to SAPA.

5th - spend time in Sapa and return to Hanoi

6th am flight to HCMC - look around the city and try and book flight to Indonesia. If i can vist Ben Thanh (local market)
- Chu Chi tunnels
- Cai Rang floating market
- spend a day tour on the Mekong Delta.

* how many days do I need to do all of this in HCMC. I am hoping i can do it in 4 days. Arrive in HCMC on the 6th March and leave on the 10th March.

Please have a look at this and tell me if I can do it. Do i need a guide and how much wouldit cost me. I am honestly travelling on a low budget. About $45US a day.

I am also battling to look for flights out of HCMC to Indonesia. What are the cheap airlines in Vietnam i can use.

Re: hanoi / hcmc

by daawgon

You want the airline websites to book:

Domestic Vietnam - Vietnam Airlines

Vietnam-Indonesia - Air Asia

Re: hanoi / hcmc

by bcatton

If you wish to travel by plane in Viet Nam you can use the two following airlines;
http://www.vietnamairlines.com/wps/portal/vn/welcome/ (this is the official carrier)
http://www.jetstar.com/gx/en/index.aspx (this airline usually tends to be slightly cheaper than Vietnam Airlines)

Travel Tips for Ho Chi Minh City

Pho Soup

by Designerartgirl

Pho soup is something which when ur in vietnam you have to try at least once and you normally wont be disapointed. When i was over there, my family kept calling it "poo" soup which made the whole eating of it a little interesting especially seeing as its made with beef!! The soup is a traditional beef noodle soup with thick white noodles and some vegetables mixed in a nice broth! Yummy!! Normally like 10,000 Dong i think, although could be less! Just look for the words Pho at any local shop and you'll get given a bowl. Its normally better if you find a street vendor cuz at restaurants its not as good i find!!

Get your tour guide as your personal guide

by loowl

If you sign up any half day trip, you can ask the guide to bring you on a personal half day trip around HCMC for the rest of the half day on his motorbike for a few USD$ (not more than USD$5). With a local guide around, you can have better bargaining power when it comes to shopping in markets.

Leaving Saigon on a Boeing 707

by Nemorino

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My twelfth visit to Saigon was in July 1965, when I went there to catch a plane back to the United States after completing my year in Vietnam.

When I left Vietnam there were roughly one hundred thousand Americans in the country -- ten times as many as when I arrived a year earlier.

My plane this time was a Boeing 707. The year before I had come over to Vietnam on a Douglas DC-8, which was the other commercial jet airliner in common use at the time. (Boeing and Douglas were still competitors in the 1960s. In fact they didn't finally merge until 1997.)

Yo!!!

by Unknownsu

When you're out on the town drinking, you quickly realize that locals almost always knock glasses before every guzzle of alcohol. Many of the times, they would say 50% or finish the entire mug. Kinda too much for me to handle...

The Vietnamese love to drink, and as much as I hate having to say this, the Vietnamese people have no limit when it comes down to drinking. I once went to a gathering at a friend's house over the TET new year and my friends drank till they were drunk, threw up, and then drank some more. Most of them had to drive home the same night so becareful while drinking at a locals home and make sure you have a designated driver with you at all times.

Stroll through Pham Ngu Lao

by xuessium

This is the main backpacker area. If you are staying outside of Pham Ngu Lao, no harm strolling in to have a look at this buzzing place, with its many cafes, internet shops, souvenir and craft outlets, tour agencies, restaurants and shops and peddlars selling pirated DVDs and books and a place crawling with backpackers from all nations.

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Address: Corner Nguyen Du St. &, Hai Batrung St., Ho Chi Minh City, 70000, Vietnam