Sunny Hotel

54 Dang Dung Str., District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Best Flight deals to Ho Chi Minh CIty

by RenataKlp

Dear travellers!

Im planning a trip to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on Cotober or November.
Could You please give some tips on:

1. Choosing European country and airport from which i could get best deals for flights. Was thinking of London - UK, Poland - Warsaw. Or maybe there is a chance to ged good deal from Moscow, Russia. ?

2. Is it better to search flights by my own, or rely on any agency? if agency - could You please share recomendations? (COuntry does not matter :) )

Big thanks in advance,


Re: Best Flight deals to Ho Chi Minh CIty

by Greggor58

You can try here also from the UK...Ive used them twice in and out of Vietnam..into HCMC...Out of Ha Noi..service were alright and inexpensive..its a discount carrier..

Re: Best Flight deals to Ho Chi Minh CIty

by daawgon

New Service from Warsaw to Hanoi on the Polish carrier LOT starts in November:

LOT Airlines has loaded fares for the Warsaw-Hanoi service on, with the return fare starting from 2,450 Polish zloty, or equivalent to US$800. The carrier said on this website that tickets to Hanoi were also available for purchase at ticketing offices and sales agents.

Re: Best Flight deals to Ho Chi Minh CIty

by daawgon

LOT service to Hanoi:

The Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV) confirmed with the Daily that the Polish carrier had been granted the traffic right to fly on the Warsaw-Hanoi route on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from November 13.

Travel Tips for Ho Chi Minh City

Muslim in Saigon

by hassan_abu

A small number of Muslims exist in Vietnam, and are mainly found in South central Vietnam, the Mekong Delta, and by the Cambodian border. Islam was introduced to Vietnam in the 7th century via Arab traders and later blended with local customs and religion. Islam is now mostly practiced by the Cham population of Vietnam, although there is a strong Hindu influence in their practice. Today, there are several mosques in metropolitan Saigon.

The Saigon Central Mosque was built by South Indian Muslim in 1935. 66 Dong Du, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


by muddybok

To many of us, life in Vietnam can be considered quite tough. But local people are contented with simple life and needs.

This is one regular scene where some elderly people will enjoy good cup of brewed coffee and interact with pals at near by coffee joint.

I wasn’t too use to the low plastic chair and table at first. But I’m kind of getting used to after a few days.

Sharing a Bottle of Wine

by Aidy_p

No, this is not riesling, or shiraz, but your medicinal wine that is suppose to help those with rheumatism.

Locked in the bottle was a cobra and coiled around it, grass snakes, you'll need to take the wine twice a day. Other known useful herbs included in the bottle are ginseng and little red seeds.

So did I try it... Are you crazy???

Snake Wine

by Unknownsu

I think Vietnam is becoming very popular with the snake wine. almost everyone that i know who has been to Vietnam owns a bottle or two. Great for display and the envy of your friends. The 2-1.5 litre bottles set me back 10 Cdn dollars. Only difficult thing was explaining what they were to Canadian customs.

Levels of the Tunnels

by keeweechic

The tour involve a description of the tunnels, then tourists are taken down into a section of the tunnels. There are three layers, one where you are bending over to walk, the next you are crouched and it gets even less on the 3rd level. I had to come out - for the first time in my life I found I was slightly claustrophobic. Truly amazing though.

At just over 5'2", I was crouching at the first level.

Location: About 75 km northwest of Saigon.


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