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Saigon-Kon Tum travel

  • rayc101

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    Hi all
    Anybody know the details on travel from Saigon to Kon Tum in the Central Highlands?

    Cheapest and quickest is probably by bus along Hwy14, but will consider coastal train then bus inland if necessary. Can't find any good guidance at this stage.

    Cheers
    Rayc101

    #1 Posted: 27/1/2009 - 19:11

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  • Travelindoc-
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    Hi,

    from Saigon to Kon Tum should do like this

    Saigon - Dalat by bus of Phuong Trinh overnight in Dalat
    Dalat city tour, then DaLat - Lak Lake. Getting off-the-beaten track travel through pristine tropical forests, hill-tribe villages and steep mountain passes to a M’nong village famous for their elephants. Stay on stilt house near the Jun village of M’nong tribe.
    If you would like to have an elephant ride over Lak lake next morning

    Use bus and private car is recommended

    Happy trip

    #2 Posted: 31/1/2009 - 10:51

  • rayc101

    Joined Travelfish
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    Posts: 50
    Total reviews: 5

    Thankyou for your posting.
    I am going to Ko um, not Da Lat.
    Rayc

    #3 Posted: 31/1/2009 - 10:56

  • rayc101

    Joined Travelfish
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    Posts: 50
    Total reviews: 5

    Travelindochine, if you are only spamming and touting for business stay off the line. Leave this forum for those without a commercial agenda.
    Rayc

    #4 Posted: 7/2/2009 - 11:19

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