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The cost of accommodation in different cities/towns in Vietnam and at different price points, so that you can see what is available and how far your money can go in each city/town within Vietnam.

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Best party hostel in Nha Trang: Fuse Hostel

During my stay in Nha Trang, I went for Fuse Hostel, and hands down, it's probably the best party hostel in the city, just a 5-minute walk from the beach. The entire building functions as one hostel, boasting 16 floors with a rooftop swimming pool, private dorms, shared dorms, and a working space. Image Credits: Fuse Nha Trang This lively hostel organizes daily games and activities, including weekly tours like the famous Fuse Cruise. Picture 30-40 hostel mates on a party cru


Sam in Nha Trang

Saigon Chill Hostel: Ho Chi Minh City

Looking for a laid-back hostel near the party street of Ho Chi Minh City? Saigon Chill Hostel is the perfect choice for you. True to its name, this hostel offers a genuinely relaxed atmosphere with an incredible and helpful staff. The common area is not only super chill but also lively. The beds are the comfiest I have experienced in any hostel. They provide ample privacy, with a designated space to hang your clothes right next to your bed, along with additional storage space. I was lucky e


Sam in Ho Chi Minh City

Hideout Hostel: Ho Chi Minh City

Are you searching for a party hostel on the lively Bui Vien Street in Ho Chi Minh City? Look no further – HideoutΒ is the place for you. Located less than 2 minutes away from Bui Vien Street, also known as the walking street, Hideout has been a hub where I've met people from all over the world, creating some amazing memories. The hostel provides fantastic opportunities, including a common area where you can play pool and chill. Don't forget to grab your free beer before 8 pm. Additiona


Sam in Ho Chi Minh City

Best Hostel in Dalat, Vietnam: Dalat Family Hostel

I've experienced numerous hostels, but Dalat Family Hostel stands out as the best on my list. The hostel truly lives up to its name, making you feel like a part of a family rather than just a traveler. Let me explain why.Β  Upon checking into Dalat Family Hostel, we got private rooms for Β£8.5 GBP ($10.80 USD), a good deal. Although Dalat offers hotels at a similar price, we opted for the hostel experience to meet people. The hostel provides various amenities, including a swimming pool, gym,


Sam in Da Lat

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