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Saigon Hash House Harriers

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
About Saigon Hash House Harriers
The Saigon Hash House Harriers is a family Hash. We cater to all ages and genders. Membership is automatic - once you have attended two runs you are a member. There are no membership fees: members pay a run fee every time they attend a run. The typical Saigon Hash run is around an hour and a half in length. Two trails are set, one for runners and one for walkers.
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I’ve been to Ho Chi Minh many times with work and been to all the museums, coffee shops, parks etc... and was looking for something different to pass the time on a Sunday. I came across the Saigon Hash House Harriers on trip advisor and decided to give it a go. I’d never heard
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Last week was a very tough run through thick bush (as we say in NZ). Looking forward to this week - and the beer stop is a great way to catch up with people mid-run!
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I've run three times with the SGN Hash and have enjoyed the runs and the friendly reception I received. Circles were funny and not too long and the On On's a lot of fun... On On .. Flasher (Gold Coast H3)
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The Hash is one of the best ways to get out of the city and potentially explore the countryside, with a bunch of Vietnamese and Expats. Generally, the club catches a bus out to the countryside (Rice paddies, mountains etc), goes for 7-10km walk/run that has a Beer stop along
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Weird to see a Hash with tripadvisor reviews so I'll add my thoughts. This is a fun hash with good people. It's a good mix of locals and expats and they are quite welcoming to newcomers and visitors. More so than any of the other SE Asian hashes that I've been to. The run is
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