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Powerbowl Hung Vuong

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Powerbowl Hung Vuong

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Level 3 Parkson HV 126 Hung Vuong Plaza District 5, Ho Chi Minh City 70000 Vietnam
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Small-Group Day Trip in Mekong Delta - My Tho & Ben Tre
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Small-Group Day Trip in Mekong Delta - My Tho & Ben Tre

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See life unfold in the rural Mekong Delta on this small-group day trip, without juggling maps, tickets, and transport on your own. Leave Ho Chi Minh City by minivan and explore the waterways and Ben Tre islands by riverboat, hand-rowed sampan, and road cart. Sample fruit; visit a fish farm, orchard, coconut workshop, and more; and gain insight into local life from a guide. Lunch and return transfers included.
US$77.00 per adult
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Panic B wrote a review Sep 2014
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Went there to bowl and watch movies. Had a good time until I got to the parking garage to leave. Make sure you keep your ticket tight. I dropped mine next to mr. Vo Phuc Hau, the guy at gate. He picks it up when I turned around and places it on his table. When I ask if it's mine he says he doesn't know where I dropped my ticket. When I look around again, he places said ticket I his pocket and refuses to enter it into computer to see if it's my ticket. the bike was a rental so I ended up having to pay to rep ice the ticket plus call the to hotel to have someone come out to get the car. Don't trust the parking attendants.
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DearD29 wrote a review Jun 2011
New York City, New York106 contributions105 helpful votes
Great fun and value for a couple. The lanes are old and warped...so the ball doesn't go where you want...which makes it more luck than skill. Anyways if you go with your girlfriend let her win the game. Afterwards you can play the inexpensive and sometimes broken video games. Try out the basketball game--fun times and some exercise. The food is low qualiy yet the smoothies and coffees are good quality and great value. A good diversion on a rainy day.
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Date of experience: June 2011
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69bertie wrote a review Jul 2010
Lincoln, United Kingdom10,039 contributions55 helpful votes
This is a 12 lane 10 pin AMF bowling alley with a games section. It is located on the 3rd floor of the Parkson Hung Vuong Plaza building. which is a large department store. There are the usual means of access, lifts are sometime crowded though and slow to arrive. Tip, use the service lifts, they are usually running nearly empty. The lanes are in groups of 4 with the games located between the various areas. The staff are usually very helpful and friendly, even if some do have a limited grasp of English. Lunchtimes, Saturday and Sunday afternoons are usually best avoided if you want to just turn up and play as the lanes tend to get full to capacity. Shoes and socks are issued as required. I didn't have any problems getting a ball for my large fingers. The lanes are fitted with lane bumpers so even small children should be able to have fun knocking some pins down. Food / drink is available. Snacks (to be paid for) are always there already on the table with a menu provided when you take your lane. There are also lots of other eating places (with very cheap prices) available, located on the same floor. If you are above 6ft tall, be careful. The lane scoring monitors sited overhead on some of the lanes seem to be more suited to the height of Vietnamese people. They are low. I certainly felt a bit wary of passing under them while bowling.
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