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Located at the heart of the most dynamic and exciting city in Vietnam, yet the accommodation is also in a foreigner-friendly and quiet neighborhood. You will have a chance to learn about Vietnamese life style as well as experiencing in your own way. We are a friendly Vietnamese family whose members either studied in the US or visited Europe in the past. I'm sure that you will be having many questions while experiencing the city, so any conversation is welcome and we are happy to make you feel like you're staying at home.
1. Please no smoking!!!
2. Please respect our private areas.
3. We will ask to make a copy of your IDs and/or Passports for security purposes.
4. Only the allowed number of guests...
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
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$5 / stay
$100 / stay
About the neighborhood
The neighbors are friendly and welcoming. There is also a Vietnamese cooking class just next door where you can learn how to cook traditional Vietnamese dishes at low cost. A convenient store is located less than 50 meters from the house, just for your personal needs, drinks, or snacks. There is also a friendly park within 5 minutes walk in case you want to go for a run in the morning or simply walk around to see things.
Car not needed
How to get there
Airport: Tan Son Nhat: 5.0 mi
Railway: Saigon Station: 1.9 mi
The property is located in an alley where there is a big turnabout in front. It's also near to the New World hotel where the former U.S. President Bush stayed.