My Hoa Mekong Homestay
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7.4
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Cleanliness7.8
Facilities6.4
Location7.5
Room comfort and quality7.3
Service7.8
Value for money7.1
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5.6
Eugene from Vietnam
Solo traveler
Dormitory
Stayed 2 nights in March 2017
Very Remote. Difficult to find.”
It took me 1 hour to find the place. Most people in the area does not know the place. Rooms are not maintained. Location is very relaxing though. There was no Wifi. You have to ask them to turn on the water. Poor maintenance. Hotel advertisement/description is very inappropriate. The staff was very helpful though. She drove me to the bus stop where I can find bus to other place. I booked 2 days but only spent 1 day in the Homestay.
Reviewed March 28, 2017
6.4
Iris from Vietnam
Solo traveler
Bungalow
Stayed 3 nights in January 2017
Experience the countryside”
There was nog WiFi and we couldn't rent a bike because they were broken. The surrounding was really beautiful though. Maar
Reviewed January 17, 2017
6.4
Joel from Canada
Solo traveler
Bungalow
Stayed 2 nights in January 2017
Nice area, far from town, swmI disappointed ”
It was very hard to find at night. But nicely placed in a rural area on a pomelo orchard. When I arrived they were unaware of my booking. I thought at home stay the family would eat with you but this did not occur. Felt hard to connect. Meals were prepared but dining alone. Simple food but good. Only option to get into the city was by mototaxi by the neighbour. A aingle geat bicycle was provided. Fairly isolated but can reach the local village easily. Water was turned off at night. WiFi was advertised on agoda which did not exist.
Reviewed January 14, 2017
10.0
tuan from Vietnam
Couple
Bungalow
Stayed 1 night in February 2016
Place for Relaxing”
This homestay lie in middle pomelo forest, it is very good relaxing, rehealth, recharge your power, good sleep, ...
Reviewed March 01, 2016
9.7
Sadie from United States
Couple
Bungalow
Stayed 2 nights in February 2016
Peaceful and really great people. ”
The hosts were so nice. The area is stunning. Great home cooked meals.
We stayed here two nights and despite our sketching motorbike taxis in through the maze of path-like streets this was the highlight of the Delta for all of us. The family who runs the homestay are very sweet and go out of their way to help you do whatever you want while you're there. Kanh is a 13 year old boy who helps out translating at the homestay. He is by far the coolest kid ever and I would suggest him over any tour guide. He is also excellent at card tricks. The area around the homestay is really beautiful and fun to explore.
Reviewed February 19, 2016
5.7
you from Singapore
Family with teens
Bungalow
Stayed 2 nights in March 2015
a farm stay indeed”
could speak english, could experience life in a village breakfast and dinner privided
my hoa mekong homestay is indeed a village stay and life can be hard there.
Reviewed March 18, 2015
9.7
Joris from Netherlands
Couple
Bungalow
Stayed 2 nights in January 2015
Great mekong experience”
its a great authentic experience, in the real heart of the Mekong delta. The people were friendly and caring. The neighbors kid Canh was the best!
The place is in the real middle of nowhere so it's a bit of a tough find. Motordrivers at the bus station right before can tho know the way though. Canh, the neighbors kid and only English speaker, took care of us and took us on a cycle and boat tour! The rooms are really basic but that's how it should be, food was delicious! Recommended!
Reviewed January 21, 2015
9.7
Jason from United States
Solo traveler
Dormitory
Stayed 3 nights in February 2014
The most amazing stay in a most amazing country”
Friendly staff, home cooked lunches, local people
Five friends and I stayed at this homestay for three nights. It was one of the highlights of our trip (three weeks in Vietnam and Cambodia). The place is out of the way in a small commune/village in the Mekong Delta. It's actually closer to Can Tho than Vinh Long. We got motorcycle taxis from the bus station. It's worth the trek. They have two buildings--one dorm room, the rest of the rooms are private. The bungalow has three private rooms with private toilet/shower. The kids at the place basically run the show because they have the best English. They'll become your best friends. The other staff is also super friendly. You can explore the village, see tropical fruit orchards, rice fields, go for a bike ride, visit the local school. The first day you get a tour of the Can Tho floating market--a boat leaves directly from the village. The food was amazing, with fried fish and other local specialties. Hammocks, comfortable chairs, and beer complete the experience and make it a great pit stop for relaxation in the middle of a long trip. The place gets new guests every day, so it's also a great place to meet new people.
Reviewed February 24, 2014
4.3
Markus from Germany
Group
Bungalow
Stayed 2 nights in March 2016
Traumlage mit leider schlechtem Service / Angebot”
Lage
Wer das Mekong Delta ursprünglich sehen will, wäre hier richtig. Doch leider ist niemand im Homestay interessiert, einem etwas anzubieten, zu zeigen, zu machen. So ist man sich selbst überlassen und in der Abgeschiedenheil des Homestays verloren im Nichts. Ein Tag kannst Du dich dann an der schönen Lage satt sehen, aber Du kannst halt nix machen. Außerdem ist das Frühstück unterirdisch. Geht gar nicht und wir mussten den Kaffee noch extra zahlen. Kein Wifi.
Reviewed March 08, 2016
5.0
Britta from Germany
Solo traveler
Dormitory
Stayed 2 nights in March 2015
Isolierter Homestay”
Homestay, nice
Reviewed March 09, 2015
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