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Nothing like whats described in tourism guides and brochures, They are pretty old resorts with not to so up-to-date facilities and mostly crumbling interiors.
We had dinner at binh Quoi-2 which was VND 290,000/pax but not worth it. If you want to try Vietnamese buffet,...More
just 20 minutes by car from the Downtown of Ho chi Minh city to this village. This area is good for wedding party open air, camping,... There are may bungalow rooms for tourists stay overnight. It could be romantic night
Binh Quoi 2 is located on a large space which affords numerous pictures taking opportunities before your meal.
We had dinner there in mid afternoon and the restaurant was not particularly crowded.
We had a table adjacent to the river which allowed us many beautiful...More
The Binh Quoi village cost about 110,000VND to get there using Grab car service and 130,000VND to get back.
Overall a nice place to visit for photos however kids won’t necessarily find this place as interactive. Still things to see and have a bit of...More
Binh Quoi is a beautiful recreational park that is about 30 minutes by taxi from our hotel in district 1. This park is near a river so we had some good breeze. We enjoyed taking photos using cute rural settings in the park. We rented...More
We took a trip to Binh Quoi by Saigon Waterbus from Dist.1 (Bach Dang Pier) and had a lunch there. The food is Okay but not very good, maybe the buffet dinner is better but we didn't want to spend there whole day as there...More
It's free to walk around when we were there in January. No one ever stopped us or asked us to pay or buy anything, even though we walked by a table where they were obviously selling tickets to the buffet.