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Melaka (Malacca) streetlife, Malaysia solo trip 2017

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Vinh Trang Pagoda, My Tho city, Tien Giang province, Vietnam

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Sunset in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh city) - Vietnam from high above

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Mekong delta Vietnam: Tien Giang - Ben Tre

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Traveling to Hau Giang province, Mekong delta, Vietnam

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Saigon lifestyle #1: Vo Van Kiet street, district 1

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Penang at a glance - Malaysia Solo trip 2017

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Flying with Air Asia: Penang to Ho Chi Minh

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Chinatown Saigon Vietnam

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Relax among nature - An Vietnam

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Mixed cooked vegetables (bitter melon, onion, okra and piper lolot)

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Get 20% discount for booking at 4 Quarters Homestay Da Lat highland city, Vietnam

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4 Quarters Homestay is located in 66 alley, Nguyen Cong Tru street, ward 8, Da Lat city, only 1km to the downtown. Simply, happy, cozy and comfortable air is what you feel at 4 Quarters Homestay.

Room tariff

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King-sized bed room with window for 02 person at VND400,000/ night (weekday), VND450,000/ night (weekend)

Queen-sized bed room with balcony for 02 person at VND400,000/ night (weekday), VND450,000/ night (weekend)

Studio deluxe inclusive private kitchen for 06 personat VND700,000/ night (weekday), VND800,000/ night (weekend)

Studio deluxe inclusive private kitchen for 08 personat VND1,000,000/ night (weekday), VND1,200,000/ night (weekend)
Contact:

4 Quarters Homestay
Email: 4quarters.vn@gmail.com
Hotline: 0901 696 596
Facebook.com/4quarters.vn

Don't forget to mention code 'ANVIETNAM' for a discount of 20% for bookings within October and November 2017.
Photo credit: 4 Quarters Homestay

Useful information for backpackers in Vietnam

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Here is some useful websites/ links/ forums for backpackers in Vietnam:

1. Saigon International Friends (SIF): where travelers, expats, backpackers... can meet, chat together, exchange languages, or hanging-out.
2. Vietnam backpackers travel and sales: where backpackers can sell or buy traveling items for your trip throughout Vietnam.

Nghia An Hoi Quan - Nghia An temple, Chinatown, Saigon Vietnam

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Nghia An Hoi Quan (Nghia An temple) built by the Chaozhou Chinese population of Saigon is located at 676 Nguyen Trai in Saigon's Cho Lon, district 5 (Chinatown). Built in the 19th century by Chinese congregation in Saigon, the pagoda is dedicated to Quan Cong, a deified general who lived during the Han Dynasty.