Coming: If coming from Saigon you’ve probably taken a night bus and will arrive around 5 am. Walk to Cozy Nook and ring the bell. You can hang out in the reception and nap a few hours until breakfast. Once you’re here it’s easy to get around on foot.
Sleeping: Cozy Nook Hostel – YOU CANNOT STAY ANYWHERE ELSE. One of my favorite hostel experiences to date. It was extremely clean, beds were large and the atmosphere is unbeatable. They have family dinners every night where most of the hostel sits around a table and eats a TON of food and everyone gets to know each other.
Overall: 10/10 Price: $7.50 USD/ 8 bed dorm Average for the town
Eating: Eat breakfast and dinner at the hostel! Breakfast is included in the price and family dinner is cheap, delicious and a ton of fun since the rest of the hostel is there too. The kitchen isn’t available for guests to use, however the restaurants in the area are all pretty cheap.
Doing: Go canyoning, check out nearby waterfalls, go on some hikes, hang out around town
Canyoning is a BLAST. Many times you’re in the same group as others from your hostel and it’s a day full of adventure and laughs. Highly recommended. Sign up at Cozy Nook.
Ask Cozy Nook for pricing.
Rent some scooters and head out to some waterfalls!
There are also some nearby hikes. Ask Cozy Nook or your accommodation for the info.
Within the town there is a fair bit to do as well. You can take a cable car up to some gardens, get lost in the 100 rooms bar, go to Crazy House or check out the flower gardens
Staying: 3-4 days
Going: Hop back on your bike or on the bus and head north to Hoi An or South to Saigon.