The room's on its own floor, and you can lock it, and the bathroom is also on the same floor and all yours. If you want recommendations ranging from the family-friendly to out-until-5am-friendly, I can definitely steer you in the right direction.
My place is close to the best undiscovered Banh Mi stand in the city, Starbucks (which is an unofficial city center), and lots of great food, street food and otherwise. You're about five minutes from D1 and all the places there.
There are five floors: one ground floor, three bedroom floors (each bedroom + bathroom is on its own flooor), and one top floor that has a washing machine and a balcony. It's all pretty new and clean.
Zugang für Gäste
You can access your room (duh), the kitchen/living room on the ground floor, and the washing machine area (top floor), and the balcony. You probably shouldn't go into bedrooms that aren't yours, but if you really want to come check out my room at the top...?
Interaktion mit Gästen
I've been living in Saigon for over a year, and can recommend lots of things for you to do, and lots of food for you to eat.
Weitere wichtige Infos
I will buy you a fantastic sandwich (Banh Mi) from the stall just outside my house. You will love it.
- You should remember to lock the outside door when you leave
- Please turn off A/C and lights when you leave
Hey there! I've been living in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) for the past year and change. I lived in the Bay Area for nearly fifteen years before that, and grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah.
I work in computers/tech, being the San Francisco nerd that I am. Currently, I'm working as a teacher with CoderSchool VN. If you are also a tech or startup nerd we will have lots to talk about. Also, if you like the NBA, we will have lots to talk about. Go Jazz (ok, and Dubs too).
But we will have stuff to talk about regardless; I really like Vietnam and can give you tips and tricks for Ho Chi Minh City and beyond.