Updated on June 15th, 2020
My time in Vietnam was extended two extra weeks due to coronavirus cancellations, but there are worse places to be stuck! During my three week Vietnam itinerary I had a night in Da Nang, and stayed at the TRIPLE Apartment Ngo Thi Sy.
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What is TRIPLE Apartments?
TRIPLE has three different apartments in Da Nang and a gorgeous riverside villa in Hoi An. Ngo Thi Sy is a basic apartment building but it’s ideal for a short Da Nang city break.
What are the rooms like?
The rooms are spacious, with a kitchen, dining and living area as well as a separate bedroom and bathroom. Both the bedroom and living room had air con, necessary for the heat and humidity in Da Nang, and there’s a huge wall-to-wall window so lots of natural light.
I love staying in self-catered facilities while I travel full-time as it’s so much easier to keep a healthy diet and routine.
The bed was really comfy, and there’s storage drawers and a wardrobe if you were staying long enough to unpack.
There’s also a lift for the apartment building so no need to lug suitcases up and down stairs.
Where is TRIPLE Ngo Thi Sy?
The apartment building is only 500m from the beautiful My Khe white sand beach, and there are plenty of eateries, bars and shops in the near vicinity.
Da Nang Airport is 6kms away from the apartment.
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The apartment was comfy, spacious and perfect for a quick city break. It’s in a brilliant location, and the added benefit of a full kitchen is rare to find in lots of accommodation options throughout Southeast Asia.
Looking for somewhere to stay in Da Nang? Check your travel dates right here.
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All the basic details from my big trip:
How do you find your flights? Skyscanner! I use the Everywhere tool to find the cheapest place to fly to each Tuesday
Do you fly every week? Not every week no, once I have the destination I check trains and buses to see if there’s any other transport options aside from flying. If so, I usually book these using the Trainline app.
How do you book your accommodation? I book all my hotels, hostels and apartments on either booking.com or Hostelworld.
Do you have travel insurance? YES, I always travel with travel insurance and you should too. I’m insured for an annual policy with Worldcare NZ.
Do you offset your carbon credits? I sure do! I always offset when I book if the airline gives me the option (Ryanair does), and I also offset all my flights using Co2nsensus.com.
What luggage do you travel with? I travel with a 75cm Samsonite Cosmolite suitcase, a matching Samsonite Cosmolite 55cm cabin luggage hardcase, and a cheap laptop backpack.
What camera do you use? You can see the full list of what’s in my camera bag right here.
For more FAQs about my 52 in 52 trip, see this post.
Huge thanks to TRIPLE Apartment for hosting me for one night. As always, all opinions are my own and are based on my experience.