Photo: Plains of rice are found across the Central Highlands.


Gia Nghia

There are no particularly flash digs in town, but the budget end of the market is well served.

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Backpacker - Under US$10
13 Hung Vuong St, Gia Nghia
T: (050) 543 203

The Son Lam is the best place to stay in town. The rooms are clean, spacious, well-furnished, and airy -- a good deal for the price. All come with air-con and hot-water showers. The location is good too -- right near the river bridge and across the street from an internet place. The staff here don't speak any English, but they're cheerful and helpful.... Read our full review of Son Lam Guest House.

Sunrise Hotel
Backpacker - Under US$10
Dien Bien Phu St, Gia Nghia
T: (050) 544 665

This brand new three-star place racks up its demerits by being very inconveniently located outside of town, in the shadow of the nearby military base. It's an impressive place for little Gia Nghia -- the rooms are of three-star quality, and the lobby is decorated in that wonderfully overblown Vietnamese rococo style we've all come to love. It's the only place in town with cable TV, but still no... Read our full review of Sunrise Hotel.

Thang Huong Guest House
Backpacker - Under US$10
155 Tran Hung Dao St, Gia Nghia
T: (050) 543 064

This ultra-basic, family-run place is in a good central location. The rooms are a bit shabby and grotty but cheap. Before you turn your nose up, you should know that we checked out all the other shabby and grotty guesthouses in town, and this is the pick of the lot. All rooms have private baths with squat toilets. The TVs receive Vietnamese broadcasts... Read our full review of Thang Huong Guest House.

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Gia Nghia? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Vietnam.

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