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It doesn’t matter whether your trip to Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam, is for business or pleasure. A room at a studio extended stay will give you all the comfort and amenities you need after a day in such a culturally rich city. There are several locations to choose from, so it does not matter wherein the metropolitan area your travels take you, you will still be near an Extended Stay Hotel.
each extended stay hotel comprises of kitchen with all kinds of utensils available and study area. many locations give you a choice of selection of free internet, swimming pool and gym. At studio extended stay, it is offered at each night for $39.99. there are other middle range values to choose from ranging from $49 to $59. The high ends one always ended at $81
With rooms available from $29 to $67 per night, you will be able to find your perfect home away from home without ruining your vacation budget. Each guest room in these hotels has a full kitchen, extra study room, and everything you need to make your trip comfortable and convenient. Some locations even offer in-suite laundry amenities for your use. What more could you possibly need?
Additional locations might offer a free continental breakfast, free high-speed internet, and an office meeting area. A few even offer workout rooms and swimming pools for recreational use. (You will want to check with each location separately to determine the exact amenities each one offers and whether these options suit the needs of your vacation stay.)
A studio extended stay is great if you have kids traveling with you, as well. By having a full kitchen and fully equipped room, you are able to cook meals and relax after a full day of seeing the best of what Albuquerque has to offer. While an Extended Stay hotel isn’t quite the same as bring in your own home, it comes quite close! Next time you visit and find hotels in Ho Chi Minh City, consider booking an Extended Stay Hotel Room. You will love all the comfort and convenience one has to offer!
A visit to your favorite place is one of the essentials of vacationing. There are many things to consider when you think about organizing a trip. Deciding where to go is probably the most exciting decision that you have to think about. Although you may find it easy for others this can turn out to be a time consuming and very confusing thing to do. The large number of places to choose from makes it harder to come up with the final answer.
If you are organizing the trip on your own you need to know the essentials, you do not have to be an expert on the field though. Reading of books and travel magazines will do the trick. You can find plenty of these reading materials in libraries and bookstore. If you are on tight budget but still would want to have a luxurious holiday, worry no more because numerous promos and discounts are available. Finding a good place to stay in like a cheap hotel will not be a hassle at all.
Travel agencies are easy to find. They are hired to specifically organize your vacation. They can book your flight going to and from your destination. They can also place a reservation on your behalf for your accommodation. Tour guides will be provided if you ask for one. They will also process your legal documents for traveling like Vietnam visa.
You need to think about what your companions like and their interests. Keep in mind that you are not alone in this therefore you have to consider everyone involved. Ask for their opinions and suggestions. Do not shy away from asking help. Also ask for some advice from the people that you know that have been there. This way you know what to expect and will make the decision making easy to do. The final destination should be agreed upon by everyone.
Nha Trang a municipality in the province of Khanh Hoa, Vietnam is one of the famous tourist destinations around the world. It is one example of a place that has everything you are looking for in a vacation. It does not limit itself in just one kind of attractions therefore everyone can have their share of everything. There is always something for any person. It does not matter if you are old or young or where you came from you are definitely going to have fun.
This old mining and fishing village will captivate your imagination. Museums, parks historic sites are things that you will never run out of. The colorful past and rich culture will keep you intrigued. There is no better way of knowing and understanding their practices and beliefs than by immersing yourself. Interaction and socialization with the local community will help you achieve this goal.

my tour in Da Nang

Located at the northern of Vietnam, it is a place of wide and long stretches of white sandy beaches and soothing breezes. A 45-minute drive from the airport after getting Vietnam visa on arrival, is all it takes to reach the place. My friends and I were just so happy to have the beach virtually all to ourselves that we spent the whole of our first day there.
The beaches here are unique in that they slope very gently towards the sea with no sudden drops. During low tide, the sea retreats so much that you can stroll 50m out. It was just wonderful being able to wander around the beach, gaze at the magnificent sunset and be soothed by the refreshing sea breeze.

One of the lesser known tourist gems here are the firefly tours up Da Nang. We followed TUN, a local tour guide of Dulichso who is so passionate about the insect that he became a Vietnamese Nature Society member and participated in international symposiums on firefly research. His tours are not business as usual with customers taken straight to the fireflies without so much as an introduction.

Conducting only one tour every night at 8pm sharp, TUN begins with a 10-minute briefing on the wonder that is the insect. He ensures that everyone, especially the children, learn about the firefly's behavior, habitat and what makes it special. When it was time for the tour proper to begin, we donned life jackets and were taken on a boat for a cruise along the still river as the stars shimmered in the night sky. Each time we came close to a firefly-populated area, TUN would whip out his own contraption, a special torch, and begin to draw the fireflies to the boat without causing any harm.

It was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The descending insects were like stars falling from the sky. Little twinkles of light drew near, and some even rested on my shoulders and hands. The river trip is a great reminder of the beautiful natural heritage in Da Nang. Unfortunately, trying to capture the fireflies on camera was close to impossible — flash lights would overpower their natural light, and they would not stay still long enough for a low-light picture. So, it's best not to fret over not being able to take that picture-perfect moment. Just sit back and enjoy Mother Nature's show.

After this awe-inspiring night, we decided to follow a guide to see the cultural attractions in the area. A particular favorite was to watch a monkey called Salleh plucking coconuts. It was marvelous to see the communication between the master, whom he had trained since young. With his strong and deft front limbs, the monkey would twist the fruit approved by Ba Na until it fell to the ground. Pak Ali cut open a few coconuts and we had a refreshing drink as we listened to his tales. He even showed us his skills in balancing a 3kg gasing (spinning top) and said he frequently participated in tournaments.

Another local cultural activity worth witnessing is pandanus weaving. Our guide brought us to the weaving center where we met Zainu Abdullah, 53, who started weaving when she was only 12. She carefully showed us the process of removing the thorns and cutting the pandan leaves into strips before bleaching and soaking them in dye. The strips were then used to weave mats, bags, baskets and even fans.
Our stomachs were growling after a few futile attempts at weaving the leaves, so our guide brought us to sample the must-try local delicacy in these parts — Nuoc mam. Nuoc mam is essentially fish sausage, produced using fish meat blended with sago flour and other spices. This would be rolled into small sausages and fried or steamed, depending on your preference.

On our last day in Hoi An, we decided to be more active and take a plunge at the Resort in city. The resort city has the biggest water theme park in the East Coast at 243ha, and utilizes cashless transactions for all visitors. This cashless system, or e-value system, basically incorporates a prepaid wristband that allows you to pay for food, tubes and even locker rental within the water theme park without having to carry a wallet around. The lockers also use a RFID (radio-frequency identification) wristband which eliminates the need for coins. We raced each other at the six-lane Racer Slide. The many twists and turns of the Crystal Slides had our adrenalin pumping. As the day drew to an end, we packed our bags and headed for the airport with a tinge of sadness. All of us looked forward to returning to calm and serene Da Nang soon.