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Home-stay in Duong Lam village

Home-stay in Duong Lam village

Home-stay in Duong Lam village

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Address:

Duong Lam village
Hanoi Vietnam 10000

Phone:

0084-43-6339577

Fax:

0084-43-9727517

Email:

holidayindochina@yahoo.com

URL:

http://mekonghalongbaycruise.com

Price:

InexpensiveInexpensive

Description:

Moon Garden house is designed strictly following the Viet ancient architectural style with 3 double beds (1.6mx2m) + 1 extra bed (1mx1.8 m) + 2 toilettes (1 toilet inside + 1 toilet outside) + kitchen. With the concept of preserving the quite and peaceful atmosphere and avoid the mass tourism attack to countryside, we decided the maximum capacity of Moon Garden is at 4 adults in double and 3 children. This group size is large enough for funny team-joining activities while small enough to avoid noisy and disturb to neighbors.

Published on 12/14/09

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