Cuong Long Hotel

62 Nguyen Thien Thuat, Nha Trang, Vietnam
Cuong Long Hotel
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  • Families50
  • Couples75
  • Solo33
  • Business0

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5* train

by hethas

Has anyone used the 5* train? Is the security better than the other trains? wo We are thinking to Take the night trip to N/T and day one for return to HCM.Will 2days prior to travel be enough time to get a sleeping berth to N/T.Will use seating car for return trip.Would appreciate all replies on your experience of this train.

Re: 5* train

by Maxus

Have a look here:

and here:

Re: 5* train

by dancinbudgie

Thanks Maxus, I found your info helpful! cheers.

Re: 5* train

by hientonkin

They just changed their name to be Golden Trains and re-schedule their availability route from Qui Nhon down to Saigon.
it depends on the period you book the tickets, they are popular enough to be fully-booked.

Travel Tips for Nha Trang

Beach economic

by elbe

You can get everything at Nha Trangs beach without leaving your place. Sellers with books, fruits, jewellery and much more come to you and offer their goods. Of course you can also get food like lobsters cooked right in front of you. Women who offer massages and epilation with threads (it's quite interesting to watch that :-) come along nearly every 30 minutes. Of course it's a bit nerved when someone wants to sell something to you every five minutes and you just want to relax. And you feel really decadent if you buy a lobster there or get a massage. Especially when a small woman carries the heavy equipment for cooking lobster with the "rice-swing".


by balhannah

If you are lucky, you might see a traditional Vietnamese wedding.

The Hotel I stayed at, seemed to be very popular, so I saw three weddings.

A little bit of information on a Vietnamese wedding was different to my country!

A large number of guests usually attend the reception and sit down to a 7 to 10 course meal
The Guests are expected to bring gifts, and it is traditionally in the form of money in an envelope, usually $50-$200 USD per person though more or less is acceptable. Occasionally, the family and guests' monetary gifts will cover more than the cost of the wedding and reception.

In modern weddings, brides usually change into three different gowns during the reception. The dresses are usually a ...... Western white wedding gown............ a second Western dress to be worn at the end of the evening during the dancing...............and a third traditional Ao Dai to be worn during the traditional table visits to personally thank the guests for coming.

It was quite interesting watching, and the Bride's gowns were stunning! lucky me to see them!


by muddybok

Jetski can be hired at Nha Trang beach at the cost of VND200.000 for 15mins slot.

Please making sure that the life jacket is securely fastens. All the left side straps on my life jacket were breaking lose when I was thrown off after attempting a sharp turn and it me harder to swim to recover the jetski.

Superb dinner

by jmmorgan about Louisiane Cafe

An excellent seafood dinner - prawns in coconut to die for - followed by a huge portion of home made ice cream in numerous exotic flavours. I couldn't choose so ordered 3 different scoops!
Surroundings were very pleasant and the service was excellent. Price was also very good.
Varied menu of western staples, burgers, fries etc and also an extensive list of local dishes and local seafood. Anything from the sea!

Self touring in Nha Trang

by goldcoaster

We went and grabbed a pack of post cards and jumped in a cab. By showing the driver the post cards, he knew exactly where to go and made language barriers disappear.

Plus it was cheaper than organised tours. Cost about $5USD for most of the day. Entrance fees were on top of this but they are cheap enough.


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