The Five Star Vagabond

Super travel tips, all road tested by David Herd. I'm an Australian guy who moved to Thailand in 2011 & still travel the world as often as possible.

Magic Marble Mountain Vietnam

July 24, 2015 by David Herd

Beautiful statues

Marble Mountain Vietnam

Marble Mountain Vietnam

 

 Marble Mountain Vietnam where the statues are hand carved by certified and regulated stone mason artists. These artist begin a lifelong apprenticeship from a very young age and spend their life learning the trade.

 Huge statue

Marble Mountain Vietnam

 

 Mined from the famous Marble Mountain, in Vietnam, the premium marble offers quality and colours that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. Plus the skill of the Vietnamese ensures a wonderful product.


 

Many beautiful statues

Marble Mountain Vietnam

 

I had to stop myself from sending a whole container home. TripAdvisor rate Marble Mountain 2nd out of 97 things to do in Danang.

Marble Mountain Vietnam

Marble Mountain Vietnam

 

 The stone carving village of Dong Hai, located next to the Marble Mountains in Vietnam is famous for traditional stone engraving and stone-cutting craft.

A Vietnamese Venus de Milo

Marble Mountain Vietnam

 

The statues here are rather extraordinary, all shapes and sizes. 

Bangkok to Danang

Marble Mountain Vietnam

 

There are about seven low cost flights per week from Bangkok to Danang, it only takes around 90 minutes.

Tiger on the prowl

Marble Mountain Vietnam

 

This guy is a rather mean looking beast. It reminds me of a funny story of my brush with a tiger in Chiang Mai, check out THIS LINK for the full story.

David Herd at Marble Mountain

Marble Mountain Vietnam

 

Thanks for visiting my Marble Mountain Vietnam post, please have a look at some more posts if you have the time. For great hotel rates simply use this link.    

         Hoi An, midway between Hanoi & HCMC, fly into Danang take a taxi south, on the way make sure you visit Marble mountain.

               

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Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

July 24, 2015 by David Herd

White sand & a bright blue ocean

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

 

 Beautiful China Beach Vietnam is in Da Nang, a port city along the coast of the South China Sea. While there is not a great deal in the city in terms of restaurants and bars at the moment, Da Nang has been targeted for massive investment by both the government and private companies alike, and is tipped to be a major destination for both tourism and commerce.

Beach Vendors

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

 

Although I was last there in 2003 I’m sure nothing has changed with the persistent beach vendors. They do not like taking no for an answer and there is really no escape from them.


Everything is for sale

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

 

John Martin aka Pothole examining the merchandise.

Two Americans

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

 

We met two nice Americans on the beach and had lunch together washed down with some cold beers. Notice my Lee Child novel close by. 🙂

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Shelter from the sun.

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

 In more recent history, Danang is best-known for its role in the American Vietnam War. The Danang Airbase was a major American airbase, used both by the Americans and the South Vietnamese. Nearby China Beach, named after its beautiful china-white sand, was home to the 510th Evacuation Hospital, where wounded American soldiers would come to recover. China Beach itself was an American in-country R&R spot, nicknamed the “Five and Dime”. The Vietcong, meanwhile, had their own hospital surprisingly close by in the caves of the Marble Mountains.

 Beautiful Vietnamese face

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

 

My travelling partner John Martin aka “Pothole” was a bit of a lunatic, he is an excellent reason for travelling alone. 🙂

I forget what the young girl was selling however I just had to capture that beautiful face.

Marble Mountain

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

 

If you find yourself travelling from Da nang to Hoi An make sure you visit Marble Mountain.

China Beach Vietnam

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

 

 China Beach Vietnam is a great place to relax however I would suggest you stay at Hoi An which is only 45 minutes away by taxi.

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

 


Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

 Who needs people when you have beautiful white sand & a bright blue ocean. 🙂

David Herd at China beach.

Beautiful China Beach Vietnam

Thanks for visiting my Beautiful China Beach Vietnam travel page, one of my favorite places in Vietnam, however the image that sticks in my mind most of all are the beautiful faces of the people and their children in this amazing country. Have a look at some of my other Vietnam posts.

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Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

May 25, 2015 by David Herd

Leaving HCMC

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat by mini bus with a one night stopover in Dalat. We travelled through some very interesting countryside stopping often for food and drinks.

Riding to school

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

 Young girl wearing the traditional ao dai. The name “ao dai” was originally applied to the outfit worn at the court of the Nguyễn Lords at Huế in the 18th century.

A tip for the boys

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

I gave these boys a tip which made them very happy indeed.

Another happy face in Vietnam.

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

So many happy faces in Vietnam.

Beautiful country heading north

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

Rice terraces from the highway.

Village on the river

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

A whole town sits on the water.

What more could you want?

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

Vietnam’s version of waterfront homes.

HCMC Nha Trang Dalat Vietnam

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

  Compare the above and below photo and see if you can spot the difference.  

Looks the same doesn’t it?

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

  Of course you picked it, the mother is rocking the baby. 🙂 🙂 🙂  

Paddling by foot

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

That’s a new technique.

Dalat market

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

Night market in Dalat.

Fresh fish at Dalat

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

     Đà Lạt, the capital of Lâm Đồng Province in southern Vietnam’s Central Highlands, is centred around a lake and golf course, and surrounded by hills, pine forests, lakes and waterfalls. Known as the “City of Eternal Spring” for its distinctive temperate climate, Đà Lạt was developed as a resort by the French in the early 1900s, and many reminders of its colonial heritage remain.

Off to training

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

    The kids are looking good in their karate outfits.

Lovely smile in Dalat

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

    So many smiling faces in this great country.

HCMC Nha Trang

Road Trip Nha Trang via Dalat

 

Thanks for visiting my HCMC Nha Trang Dalat Vietnam post, this is really a worthwhile adventure if you want to see life in the countryside, this was 2003, check out some more recent Vietnam posts below.

                       

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Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

May 24, 2015 by David Herd

Japanese Covered Bridge

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast is Hoi-An featuring wonderful French colonial buildings including this beautiful Japanese covered bridge which dates back to the 18th century. Probably the most photographed place in Hoi-An.

Crossing the bridge

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

I’m not sure what the ladies are selling.

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This is my favourite photo.

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast 

The culture & heritage is mostly from the Cham people whose kingdom originally stretched from Hue South to Phan Thiet (South of Nha Trang) – the Champa’s most likely originally from Java. The original Cham political capital was Tra Kieu, the commercial capital was Hoi An and the spiritual capital was My Son (Hindu). The Cham people were Hindu, and by the 10th century the influence of Arab traders to Hoi An resulted in some converting to become Muslims.

The second major influence was from the Chinese, firstly from traders but especially the escaping Ming Dynasty armies who after settling in Hoi An for some years moved further south and created Saigon as a major trading port.

Beautiful faces

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

Hoi An is midway between Hanoi & HCMC, you can fly into Danang then take a taxi south, on the way make sure you visit Marble mountain where you can watch beautiful statues being made and perhaps even order one to be shipped home.

Here I am at Marble Mountain just north of Hoi-An.

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

Marble Mountain Vietnam where the statues are hand carved by certified and regulated stone mason artists. These artist begin a lifelong apprenticeship from a very young age and spend their life learning the trade.

Travel Tip. Hoi-An has the reputation as the place to go to have clothes made, I think one of the best strategies is to take some of your favourite items and have them copied at a fraction of the price you would pay at home.

 Hoi-An French colonial buildings

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

One of the many Hoi-An French colonial buildings.

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Fu kien restaurant

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

A typical Hoi-Ann street scene.

 Beautiful buildings

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

There are so many wonderful buildings.

 Lanterns

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

There is a photo opportunity around every corner.

We asked where he was taking the duck?

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

He said I am taking it home to eat it.

Hoi Ann timber delivery

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

Firewood for cooking I imagine.

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast Hoi Ann market

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

Morning gossip at the market.

Banana anyone?

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

It is a hive of activity on the waterfront.

Happy faces

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

Non la (palm-leaf conical hat) is a traditional symbol of Vietnamese people.

Great looking kids in Hoi Ann.

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

Another couple of great Vietnamese smiles.

China Beach

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 

During the war the Americans used the name China Beach to refer to the beautiful 30 km sweep of fine white sand that starts at Monkey Mountain and ends near Hoi An. Soldiers would be sent here for some R&R from bases all over the country.

Pothole shopping for art

Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

 Pothole aka John Martin shopping for some genuine reproductions. 🙂

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Hanoi to Bangkok

 Ancient Town Vietnam Central Coast

It was the start of the Sars problem.

Thanks for visiting my Hoi-An French colonial buildings photo blog, one of my favourite places in Vietnam, however the image that sticks in my mind most of all are the beautiful faces of the people and their children in this amazing country. Have a look at some of my other Vietnam posts.

                         
 

For a great hotel rate in China Beach just book through THIS LINK.

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Vung Tau South Vietnam coast

January 21, 2015 by David Herd

Vung Tau South Vietnam

Vung Tau South VietnamVung Tau South Vietnam coast is a 90 minute fast ferry ride from Saigon. One surprise certainly was the statue of Christ similar to Rio on a smaller scale. Wayne Morris, my friend from Sydney climbing the 811 stairs to reach the top. It was very hot and I had to rest 5 times on the way up. 🙂

A tough climb

Vung Tau South Vietnam

This climb reminded me of El Castillo at Chitzen Itza, that one was more frightening but this one was far tougher. Lucky for me they have quite a few rest stations which I was happy to take advantage of. 🙂

Vung Tau South Vietnam

Vung Tau South Vietnam

A you can see there is access to the very top of the statue, however it is closed between 11 and 1 pm.

Happy dragon

Vung Tau South VietnamHalfway down the mountain this happy dragon appears.

Ferry terminal

Vung Tau South VietnamOnly 90 minutes from Saigon in a fast ferry that costs just $10 usd.

Vung Tau fisherman

Vung Tau South Vietnam

Vietnam of course specialise in seafood due the the incredibly long coastline.

Downtown Vung Tau

Vung Tau South VietnamDuring 14th and 15th centuries, the cape that would become Vũng Tàu was a swamp which European trading ships visited regularly. The ships’ activities inspired the name Vũng Tàu, which means “anchorage”. The French Indochinese government named it Cap Saint-Jacques (“Cap Xanh Giắc”, in Vietnamese). The cliff of Vũng Tàu is now called Mũi Nghinh Phong (literally meaning “Cape of breeze welcome“) or (“Cape of greeting the wind“).

Enjoying the evening breeze

Vung Tau South Vietnamlate afternoon and late into the evening people gather along the seaside to chat and enjoy the ocean breeze.

Escaping from the sun.

Vung Tau South Vietnam

Most Asian ladies are very careful to stay out of the sun.

 No clever remarks please

Vung Tau South VietnamI realise some of my friends will not be able to resist the comparison between myself and the whale. 🙂

 

Green Hotel $40 pn

Vung Tau South VietnamGood location and great value if you book through this AGODA link.

 

View from Green Hotel

Vung Tau South Vietnam

Although this was a very good location if you like the beach, however next time I visit I’ll probably stay in the town.

Opposite Green Hotel

Vung Tau South Vietnam

The long sandy beach was ideal for my regular morning walk.

 Five Star Imperial Hotel

Vung Tau South VietnamMy friend was staying 800 meters from The Green Hotel at the five star Imperial Hotel. There is of course no comparison in the facilities, however there is a huge price difference. If you book through AGODA you will get a competitive rate of $230 to $300 aud, but that is a lot more than $40 for the Green hotel.

Imperial Hotel

Vung Tau South Vietnam

An excellent upmarket hotel with a pool and bar right on the beach.

Very unfriendly place

Vung Tau South Vietnam This beer bar is part of the Imperial hotel, sadly the staff are quite rude and unfriendly. I wanted to have a drink while waiting for my friend to arrive, it was early and only about 4 customers in the whole place. I wanted to sit near the window to keep an eye out for my friend, however they insisted I sit at the bar because I was alone. Because of their poor attitude I rang my friend and we had drinks elsewhere.

Lucy’s Sports Bar

Vung Tau South Vietnam

This friendly bar is totally the opposite from Vuvuzela, great food and very friendly staff. It’s run by an Aussie called KJ who certainly makes you feel welcome.

 

Lucy’s Sports Bar

Vung Tau South Vietnam

Here are the friendly girls at Lucy’s, nice food and a good atmosphere.

Scallop salad at Lucy’s sports bar

 

Vung Tau South VietnamThe extensive menu offers some great choices, I had a terrific seafood chowder and a great cheeseburger.

Aussie hamburger at Lucy’s

Lucy's Sports Bar

A bar run by an Aussie is always going to serve a great hamburger.

 Sunset at Vung Tau South Vietnam

 

Vung Tau South VietnamThis is the view from Lucy’s bar overlooking the bay.

Hollywood night club

Vung Tau South Vietnam

There is a reasonable selection of late night venues, many of them seem to focus on Karaoke.

 Lan Rung

Vung Tau South Vietnam

Good food here and even better beer which they brew themselves.

Shrimp and cauliflower at Lan Rung

Vung Tau South Vietnam Lan Rung restaurant, shrimp and cauliflower.

 Fresh spring rolls, my favourite.

Fresh spring rolls

They were delicious, I remember a little Vietnamese restaurant on the Gold Coast  beside the fire station near Monaco St, they had some of the best Summer rolls I have ever eaten.  

Hoang Hoa Tham road Vung Tau South Vietnam

Hoang Hoa Tham road photo IMG_6511-1.jpg

This road is a short cut from the beach to the town, about 30% lower taxi fare than going around the coast. You can guess which route the taxi drivers prefer. 🙂

French bakery

Vung Tau South Vietnam

This is a very good French bakery and coffee shop in  Hoang Hoa Tham road, it’s quite large so you can’t miss it. The address is 128 Hoàng Hoa Thám, Xa Vung Tau, Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu, Vietnam 064. Here is the bakery on Google Earth.


 Fast ferry to Vung Tau

Vung Tau South Vietnam Only 90 minutes at $10 usd from Saigon to Vung Tau South Vietnam.

15 minutes from HCMC

Vung Tau South Vietnam

 

Every now and then I take a photo I really love, this is one of those.

HCMC to Vung Tau

Vung Tau South Vietnam

It was an interesting trip from HCM to Vung Tau South Vietnam by river.

Even better value is the luxury mini bus

Vung Tau South VietnamThey run every hour and pick up from your hotel, the road is excellent, 65% express-way.  The trip from Vung Tau to Saigon was only 80 minutes.

I’m the only passenger from Vung Tau South Vietnam

Luxury mini bus, I'm the only passenger. photo BustoHCMC-1.jpg

Many thanks for visiting my Vung Tau South Vietnam photo blog.

The New World Hotel is in a great location in the centre of the city, for a discounted room rate book through THIS LINK.

 

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Here are photos of the War Remnants Museum

 

Here is my HCMC post, a great city

 

Finally the best view in Saigon from Chill

 

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War Remnants Museum HCMC

January 20, 2015 by David Herd

War Remnants Museum

 photo Warremnantsmuseum20.jpgWar Remnants Museum HCMC is an moving disturbing experience, it shows the terrible atrocities inflicted on the Vietnamese people from their point of view. I vividly remember the My Lai Massacre from so long ago in 1968, I recall how shocked I was that US troops could slaughter these poor women & children.

Boeing CH-47 Chinook

War Remnants Museum

 The Boeing CH-47 Chinook is an American twin-engine, tandem rotor heavy-lift helicopter. Its primary roles are troop movement, artillery placement and battlefield resupply. It has a wide loading ramp at the rear of the fuselage and three external-cargo hooks. With a top speed of 170 knots (196 mph, 315 km/h) the helicopter is faster than contemporary 1960s utility and attack helicopters. 

War Remnants Museum

The CH-47 is among the heaviest lifting Western helicopters. Its name is from the Native American Chinook people.

M.41 tank

War Remnants MuseumThe M41 was an agile and well armed vehicle. On the other hand, it was noisy, fuel-hungry and heavy enough to cause problems with air transport.
War Remnants Museum

In 1952 work began on lighter designs (T71, T92), but those projects came to nought and were eventually abandoned.

M48 Patton

War Remnants Museum

The M48 served as the U.S. Army and Marine Corps’s primary battle tank during the Vietnam War. It was widely used by U.S. Cold War allies, especially other NATO countries.

 

War Remnants Museum

The M48 Patton tank was designed to replace the previous M47 Pattons and M4 Shermans. Although largely resembling the M47, the M48 Patton was a completely new tank design. Some M48A5 models served well into the 1980s with American forces, and many various M48 Patton models remain in service in other countries. The M48 was the last U.S. tank to mount the 90 mm tank gun, with the last model, the M48A5, being upgraded to carry the new standard weapon of the M60, the 105mm gun.

M.132 A1 Flame Thrower

War Remnants Museum
M.132 A1 Flame Thrower photo Warremnantsmuseum14.jpgThe vehicle was based on an M113. The driver sits in the front left of the hull. A small cupola in the center of the hull mounts an M10-8 flame gun with a coaxial 7.62 mm caliber M73 machine gun. The weapons could be traversed though 360 degrees and elevated to +55 degrees and depressed to −15 degree. The passenger compartment was removed, and replaced with an M10 fuel and pressure unit and four spherical 50 gallon fuel tanks.

The 200 gallon fuel capacity enabled it to fire for up to 32 seconds, and the pressure unit enabled it to reach targets at a range of 200 meters.


M107 – 175 MM Gun

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War Remnants Museum

  The M107 175 mm self-propelled gun was used by the U.S. Army from the early 1960s through to the late 1970s. It was part of a family of self-propelled artillery that also included the M110. It was intended to provide long-range fire support in an air-transportable system. It was exported to several other countries including Germany, South Korea, Spain, Greece, Iran, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Turkey. The M107’s combat history in U.S. service was limited to the Vietnam War; it also saw extensive combat use in Israeli service. The M107 was the last self-propelled gun (high velocity, low trajectory, long range) in the U.S. Army inventory. It shared many components with, and in many cases was replaced by, later versions of the M110. Although withdrawn from U.S. service in the late 1970s, it continues in service with some armies as of 2010.Under construction  

 War Remnants Museum

War Remnants Museumg

It looks like a Gatling gun to me.

OK, lets go to the air.

War Remnants Museum

This one does not look very lethal.

Fighter plane

War Remnants Museum

It’s a real buzz being so lose to these planes & tanks etc.

Jet Fighter

War Remnants Museum

Still looks sleek & deadly to me.

War Remnants Museum

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Saigon HCMC South Vietnam 2015

January 17, 2015 by David Herd

Saigon HCMC South Vietnam

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Saigon HCMC South Vietnam in 2015 was quite different to my previous visits in 2003. More cars, not quite so many bikes, lots of high rise buildings & good taxis.

The old & traditional is far more charming

Saigon HCMC South Vietnam

Later in the day this coffee shop will be packed.

Coffee shop close to Saigon Apartments

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Good coffee here on the corner near Saigon Apartments.

Roland and I at our local coffee shop

Saigon HCMC South Vietnam

My friend Roland Bonicci is a Sydney barrister who absolutely loves Vietnam, I’m sure sometime in the future he will probably retire here.

Saigon Apartments

Saigon apartments

Great value and a good location in District 3. Only $68 per night if you book through this AGODA link. Both bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and there is an excellent kitchen and large lounge room with a balcony.

Shri, rooftop restaurant

Saigon HCMC South Vietnam

Set atop the new Centec Tower, Shri Restaurant & Lounge offers unparalleled panoramic views from nearly every table in the restaurant, whether it be in the modern Internationally styled Dining Room,  with its very clean simple lines, on the stunning alfresco Garden Terrace.

Pasta at Shri

Saigon HCMC South Vietnam

The pasta was a very reasonable price at only $13 usd.

Roast pig at Tram Chim

Tram ChimThis restaurant is very popular, not so much for the food but for the attractive waitresses who flirt with you while you dine. 🙂 In fact the waitresses are all worth the visit, they peel your prawns cut the pork and even massage your shoulders while you eat.

Peel the prawns then warm in the coconut

Saigon HCMC South Vietnam

They tasted every bit as good as they looked.

Our personal prawn peeler

Saigon HCMC South Vietnam

Now this is the only way to eat prawns, have somebody peel them for you.

 Tram Chim sexy waitresses

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

 If you want to really enjoy your dining experience this is the restaurant for you. The food is not bad but you don’t go there for the food. They have some of the most attractive “waitresses” in Saigon for a restaurant. Beautiful girls who are friendly and give very good service as well. The food is ok, the beer is cold and the waitresses are hot! Enjoy the place but don’t take your wife. 🙂

Let’s go upmarket to Maxim’s restaurant

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

It feels like you have stepped back in time to the 1930s. Maxim’s restaurant is like entering a time warp. It actually opened in 1925 and I swear they have changed nothing since then. 🙂 Food is excellent and reasonably expensive along with the wine. Worth a visit before going upstairs to their very classy upmarket night club.

Now let’s go really upmarket to Maxim’s night club

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

As you can imagine the drinks are rather expensive.

Gorgeous girls at Maxim’s

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

Famous as an important part of downtown Saigon since 1925, Maxim’s Club has been known as THE entertainment venue of business people and social elites since last century.

Gorgeous Russian Singer

Saigon HCMC south VietnamNot only does she sing but plays a mean violin as well.

Maxim’s is magnificent

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

Yes, it is upmarket and expensive but a great venue for music and gorgeous girls. One huge negative for me is they smoke in the club.

Maxim’s Club 13-15-17 Đồng Khởi, District 1

Maxim's Club 13-15-17 Đồng Khởi, District 1 photo Maxims17.jpg The Russian girl may be beautiful however this guy can really sing, check him out if you get a chance.

Chill is a great rooftop bar & restaurant

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

A great bar and not as expensive as similar Bangkok Sky Bars.

Chill rooftop bar

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

The bar itself looks stunning from the floor above.

Breathtaking view from Chill

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

The ever changing Saigon skyline is quite breathtaking.

A favourite photo

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam
 Saigon HCMC south Vietnam
 Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

A terrific place to sip a cocktail and watch the world go by.

The famous Cho Ben Thanh Market

Saigon HCMC south VietnamLocated in the centre of Saigon this is one of the cities best known landmarks.  

Cho Ben Thanh Market

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To me the market kind of marks the very centre of Saigon. Adjacent the New World Hotel is in a great location in the centre of the city, for a discounted room rate book through THIS LINK.

At Phatty’s watching the Asian cup

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

One of the many excellent Saigon sports bars.

Wayne, David, Roland and Pat at Phatty’s

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

Here we are enjoying the atmosphere at one of Saigon’s best sports bars.

Bitexco Financial Tower

  Saigon HCMC south Vietnam  A stunning building with a huge heliport and a roof top bar.

ALTO ROOFTOP BAR

Saigon HCMC south VietnamBreathtaking views from Alto Heli Bar on the 52nd floor of the ultra-modern Bitexco Financial Tower is by far the highest spot in Saigon to sip on a cool drink and admire the cityscape.

52nd floor of Bitexico tower

  Saigon HCMC south Vietnam  Apologies for the rather poor quality selfie.

Mai, a lovely French girl at Maxim’s

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

A gorgeous French mademoiselle. 

Terrific singer at Maxim’s

  Saigon HCMC south Vietnam  

This little girl could really belt out a song.

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

Taken from beside the river.

Lunch is served

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

Lots of street food similar to Thailand.

Summer rolls & coconut only $4

  Saigon HCMC south Vietnam    One of my all time favourite dishes.

With Roger at the Buddha Bar

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam We drank 3 bottles of wine for lunch Two hours after I arrived I met Roger for lunch at Jaspers where we proceeded to drink 3 bottles of wine before moving onto several bars where more alcohol was consumed. Roger works for an upmarket wine distributor so he probably fells it’s part of his job. 🙂

Ciao Bella an excellent Italian restaurant

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This very quickly became a favourite restaurant.

Roland enjoys a Ciao Bella feast

Ciao Bella Saigon

A great seafood salad, Roland is a Sydney barrister and really loves his food.

Best Saigon taxi company

Saigon HCMC south VietnamStick with this company or Mai Linh for clean honest low priced taxis.

Don’t under any circumstances use the company below.

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam They, SaigonTourist tried to charge 1,150,000 dong for a trip to the airport that should coast 150,000 to 200,000. After a brief argument I paid 300,000 and stormed off. It was my own fault completely as I broke my own rule of only using Vinasun and sometimes Mai Linh.


Tequila bar

  Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

One of the better bars with attractive ladies and good music.

German beer and Chinese food

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

A very good combination, German beer and Chinese food.

Jaspers restaurant

  Saigon HCMC south VietnamThis lovely lady is Ly, she works at Jasper’s.

Street lights to celebrate Tet.

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

This is without a doubt one of South East Asia’s most exciting cities.

Saigon school kids

Saigon HCMC south Vietnam

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Chill Sky Bar Saigon aka HCMC

January 16, 2015 by David Herd

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

Chill Sky Bar SaigonChill Sky Bar Saigon is a wonderful venue with breathtaking views of the city. Perched on the roof of AB tower it is a terrific place to have a few drinks before dinner.

Amazing view from Chill

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

Looking down from the 51st floor.

Chill

Chill Sky Bar SaigonBuilding with the purple lights is the Pullman.

Fantastic Saigon skyline

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

I first came to this exciting city in 2003 and now in 2015 so much has changed.

Saigon at 8 pm.

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

Saigon is a vibrant exciting friendly city.

Fabulous bar

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

76A Le Lai | Rooftop of AB Tower, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (Formerly CHILL Skybar, Restaurant, Lounge) Phone:+84 8 3827 2372

Tables at Chill

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

The sky bar is well worth a visit, put it on you bucket list.

A table with a view

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

There certainly is a building boom happening in this city right now.

Drinks at the bar

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

A girls night out at Chill.

Red wine from Chile

David Herd Thailand About $14 aud = 15% compared to at least double that at Sirocco in Bangkok.

Seafood fettuccine $26 aud + 15%

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

The serving was rather small but an excellent taste made up for it.

The chefs at 27 Grill, above Chill Sky Bar Saigon

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

27 Grill is located directly above Chill Skybar. When entering the restaurant guests are greeted by a large, glass enclosed wine cellar with some of the finest wines and vintage champagne’s on display. Further on in the restaurant is the open kitchen, built of polished stainless steel, marble and various kinds of polished stone. A key part of the kitchen is the over sized grill, open for all guests to see their meals being freshly prepared on one of the few charcoal grills in the city. Located in the back corner of the restaurant is the private VIP dining area that can be left open or completely closed off. For special occasions our chefs can customise a variety of menus to create a one in a lifetime dining experience.

District one

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

I visited this city twice in 2003 and stayed in a small hotel overlooking this park. The New World Hotel also overlooks the park which is the centre of the city, for a discounted room rate book through THIS LINK.

Another look at the bar

Chill Sky Bar Saigon

As you can see it is a rather spectacular bar. Many thanks for visiting my Chill Sky Bar Saigon photo blog.

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Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

February 7, 2014 by David Herd

Hanoi is nothing like HCMC

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city, according to Wikipedia it has been inhabited since 3000 BC. Hanoi is nothing like HCMC, sure there is still lots of traffic and people however on the whole it is a far more subdued city. HCMC or Saigon is like an ants nest with people speeding all over the city on their motorbikes, Hanoi just seems to be a little calmer & more refined.

La Salsa restaurant

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 

La Salsa is “One Of The Smartest Eateries In Town, In The Heart Of The Trendy Cathedral Area. Seasonal Western Menu, Great Wines And Authentic Tapas And Ambiance Have Made This An Expat Favourite.” THE ROUGH GUIDE.

 

St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Hanoi

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 

St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Hanoi is a church on Nha Tho (Church) Street in the Hoàn Kiếm District of Hanoi. The late 19th-century Gothic Revival (Neo-Gothic style) church serves as the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hanoi to nearly 4 million Catholics in the country.  

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 

In Hanoi the summers are hot and humid, and winters are relatively cold and dry. Summers,  from May to September, are hot and humid, receiving the majority of the annual 1,680 millimetres (66.1 in) of rainfall. The winters, lasting from November to March, are relatively mild & dry, while spring (April) can bring light rains. It is important to note that particularly around the Halong Bay region in these months, it can get particularly cold.

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Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 

Autumn (October) is the best time of year in term of weather. The city is usually cloudy and foggy in the winter time with average monthly sunshine hours for February are only 1.8 h/day.  

More rain in Hanoi

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 

Our Hotel was near the Old Quarter, near Hoàn Kiếm Lake, has the original street layout and architecture of old Hanoi. At the beginning of the 20th century the city consisted of only about 36 streets, most of which are now part of the old quarter. Each street then had merchants and households specialized in a particular trade, such as silk traders, jewelry, etc.  

Turtle Tower

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 

Turtle Tower, also called Tortoise Tower is a small tower in the middle of Sword Lake. The tower was erected on the Turtle islet, the former fishing site under king Le Thanh Tong. Under the Restored Le Dynasty (17th and 18th centuries), the Trinh Lords had Ta Vong Temple built on the islet, which disappeared during the Nguyen Dynasty. You can find some great hotel deals on Agoda    

Hoan Kiem Lake

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 

Hoan Kiem Lake, meaning “Lake of the Returned Sword” or “Lake of the Restored Sword”, also known asHồ Gươm – Sword Lake) is a lake in the historical center of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. The lake is one of the major scenic spots in the city and serves as a focal point for its public life.  

Max is an Aussie living in Vietnam

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 

I met Max through Greg Craig a mutual friend of ours on the Gold Coast.

Max & his staff from the Real Kangaroo cafe.

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 

Max is an Aussie guy who runs a well known cafe in Hanoi, the Real Kangaroo cafe  at 22 Bao Khanh St Hanoi, it is a good place to book your Halong bay tours, make sure you spend one night aboard to really benefit from the tour.

Dinner with friends in Hanoi.

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

  John Martin aka Pothole & I have dinner with friends I had met on the internet.  

Girls from the beauty salon

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 

These gorgeous girls really knew how to treat a guy.

Ok ladies, make me look 10 years younger. 🙂

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

Plus 4 inches taller and 15 kilo lighter. 🙂

Wandering through Hanoi park

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

 Such a peaceful city compared to HCMC.

Right in the middle of the bird flu scare

Hanoi ancient Vietnamese city

Here we are at the airport waiting to fly to Bangkok, the bird flu panic has gripped south east Asia so we are taking precautions. 🙂

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Ha Long Bay Vietnam is magic.

October 17, 2013 by David Herd

Ha Long Bay Vietnam is a magic place.

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

 Ha Long Bay Vietnam

Ha Long Bay Vietnam is magic, only 3 hours from Hanoi, there are many boat trips available however I suggest you spend at least one night aboard to enjoy the mystical atmosphere of one of the great travel destinations.  If you try to do it in one day too much time is wasted traveling to & from Hanoi, so take your time and enjoy this wonderful part of Vietnam.

Ha Long Bay is around 1,553 km2, including about 2,000 islets, most  are limestone.  The limestone in this bay has gone through 500 million years of formation in different conditions and environments.   

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

 

The evolution  in this bay has taken 20 million years and was formed by the forces of their tropical wet climate.

 Tour boat on Ha Long Bay.

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

 

The boats are comfortable and spacious.

Floating school on Ha Long Bay.

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

 

One of the most interesting schools I have ever seen.

The entire community lives, eats, sleeps on the beautiful emerald coloured water.

Ha Long Bay Vietnam 

  The bay consists of a dense cluster of over 3,000 limestone  islands each topped with  jungle vegetation, rising spectacularly from the sea. Several of the islands are hollow, with enormous caves. Hang Đầu Gỗ (Wooden stakes cave) is the largest grotto in the Hạ Long area.  Its three large chambers contain large numerous stalactites and stalagmites. There are two bigger islands, Tuần Châu and Cat Ba, that have people permanently living there, there are tourist facilities as well as hotels and beaches.  

Our guide on Ha Long Bay.

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

 

The guide was more of a deck hand. 🙂

A lonely rower on Ha Long Bay Vietnam

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

 

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David Herd on Ha Long Bay Vietnam

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

 

Living aboard

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

It’s obviously washing day.

 

Life on Ha Long bay is fascinating.

Thien Cung grotto

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

 

Thien Cung Grotto is at the height of 25 meters above the sea level. Visiting the grotto, tourists will feel like visiting an art museum with variety of sophisticated statues and reliefs. In the center of the grotto, there are four big pillars propping against the roof.

The grotto has been recently  discovered  by explorers. Thien Cung Grotto is considered to be one of the most beautiful caves on Ha Long Bay.

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Old fishing boat

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

 

A typical Halong Bay community.

A great looking little boat

 Ha Long Bay Vietnam

So many fascinating boats on Ha Long Bay.

Roadside Tombs

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

 

These are graves on the roadside on the way to Hanoi, they are raised to avoid flooding.

Rice paddies between Hanoi & Ha Long Bay.

Ha Long Bay Vietnam

 

 Such a beautiful vivid green.

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