Last day in Danang!! Thank goodness.
After a short, 1 hour plane ride, we reached Saigon!
Even though this hotel was given 3 stars, the service was tres excellent! Everyone there is suuuper polite. It was a 5-star experience for me.
The bedroom and washroom are relatively clean, which is a must for me.
Fact 1: Saigon is more populated than Danang, which means there are more motorcycles and cars on the streets in Saigon than Danang! The traffic is noticeably more dense in Saigon. However, the city also has more high-rise buildings and has legit shopping malls.
Fact 2: As of 2011, the population in Saigon is 7.5 million while Vancouver is only around 600,000. Holy moly!
On day 12, it was a full moon night, which was a big deal for some people who believe in buddhism. They would go visit a temple and make their prayers. My mom, passionate about the religion, went to a temple along with some of her friends and I tagged along too. Although I don’t believe in buddhism, or any religion, I was still interested in going for the experience. Sorry if I’m offending anyone for what I’ve said so far. We went to “Chua Linh Ung”, which was a very well-known temple that houses the tallest Guanyin statue in Southeast Asia (67 m high).
Since the night was still young…we went to a karaoke place!
I also have a never-before-seen footage of my parents (terrible) duet. LOOOL. They actually sound really bad but it was so funny and entertaining. That’s all that matters, of course!
PS: It was my first time going karaoke! I will definitely go to one in Vancouver.