Thien Tue Hotel

95/2 Thao Dien Street, Thao Dien Ward, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Massage in HCMC

by balimum

Can anyone suggest a good place for a massage where the girls are not wearing low tops and short skirts, wanting tips etc. We found one place that did foot massage for men but they don't do full massage (women only).
Thanks in advance

Re: Massage in HCMC

by pfsmalo

A place recommended in the French "Guide du Routard" is the association for the Blind of HCMC at 185 Cong Quynh 1st district Tel 839 66-97. Right at the western end of Duong Pham Ngu Lao ( that is the other end to the Ben Thanh market)turn left and you are on Cong Quynh. Cost is around 2.50 euros.

Re: Massage in HCMC

by JonnyVN

Jasmin Spa in Ton Thap Thiep is a favourite with expat wives, or Glo Spa in Eden Mall

Travel Tips for Ho Chi Minh City


by JonnyVN

Seen a number of tips advising to use US$ and bring lots of small denominations. Really don't advise this for two reasons: You'll get a better price in VND, most times you'll be rounded up. Smaller notes are worth much less than 100 bills so could be a double wammy.
Bring new notes (nearly all currencies are accepted here) and make sure you bring large denominations and exchange as you go. There are a large number of ATMs all over Vietnam and credit/debit cards are accepted all over the place.

Airport Tax

by muddybok

If you didn't manage to spend your Vietnamese Dong (VND), you can use them to pay for your airport tax.

It depends on the exchange rate; I was using USD for my airport tax and save almost VND20.000 as compare to my pal who pays in VND.

Just Smile!

by Unknownsu

Be polite, you are afterall visiting a foreign country. A smile goes a long way. Stay calm even though you know you're being ripped off big time....

I've seen acts of anger displayed openly by foreigners on busy public streets. No one benefits from it and the only person who is at fault, through the Vietnamese eyes would be the foreigner. It is their country, let them do as they please.

Cu Chi Tunnels

by karaboo

Ann's Tourist Co., 58 Ton That Tung St., District 1 (tel. 08/833-2564 or 833-4356; fax 08/832-3866;; e-mail: offers great excursions. Ask for director Tony Nong.

FULL DAY EXCURSIONS: Cu Chi Tunnels and Tay Ninh Visit the underground tunnel in Cu Chi learning special tactics of revolution force used during the Vietnam war and Cao Dai temple in Tay Ninh with the ceremony at 12:00 noon. The Cao Dai religion is combination of Christian and Eastern religions. Cu Chi was an important base during the war because of its strategic location. The incredible 200km long network of hidden tunnels was used for storage, shelter, command posts, and hospitals. Continue on to the town of Tay Ninh, headquarters of one of Vietnam's most interesting religions, Caodism, an eclectic fusion Eastern and Western religious philosophies. Visit the Caodai Great Temple, a striking rococo structure built between 1933 and 1955.

Cu Chi Tunnels About 40 kilometres out of HCMC lie the historic and impressive Cu Chi Tunnels. Stretching over some 200 kilometres, the system of tunnels was began to be established as early as pre-WWII to hide the Communist guerillas that have historically resided in the area. The advent of theVietnam War meant the tunnels took on even greater importance, expanding to act as the logistical headquarters of the Tet offensive and allowing the North Vietnamese army to penetrate far into the south. The tunnels are so narrow that the government has widened some to allow foreign visitors to enter. Cu Chi and the Tunnels On the way back from Tay Ninh we stopped at Cu Chi to see the tunnels. There is an opportunity to fire an AK47. The cost is $1.00 per bullet. Dormitories, ammunition depots, conference rooms and even hospitals and schools were housed in the adjoining rooms, all safely underground, during the War.

nice and original fashion

by elmasri about Clothes

Some of the shops in Saigon (and Hanoi for that matter) are very interestingly decorated and have a particular style which caters to the more individualist type. If you like mainstream type shops like Next and M&S you will feel that here is not the place to go shopping. Original pieces like dresses and hats... cheaper that average


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