At Le Plateau hostel, we believe in slow travel. While traveling, we love to take our time to discover a region on our own by meeting local people, taste street food, enjoy local events. For us, traveling is more than just a touristic moment, that’s a life experience. That’s why in our hostel, we will give you the opportunity to become part of local life and to connect to the place, its culture and people. So we created a small, comfortable and living place where design and togetherness are the guiding principles to make you live a unique experience! With beautiful rooms and stunning common areas,our priority is to create a living place that respects your comfort and intimacy, and always at affordable prices.
Situated 1200 meters above the height of the sea level, Mang Den still is a wild area with primary pine forests, very nice climate around 18-20 degree Celsius at the daytime. About 50km from Kon Tum to Quang Ngai via National Highway 24, on the top of Mang Den Pass, there is a vast plain which the Ethnic language means “Mang” and “Den” means a residential area. Rich forests; fresh lakes, springs and waterfalls; majestic sunset; and breathaking sunrise; are just some of nature’s gift to the site. The climate is cool and fresh the whole year round at 18 degress Celsius. There’s a certain kind of serenity in the place and one will feel that only nature can provide. Not only a beautiful place, Mang Den is also sacred land. On the highest hill in the area stands the statue of “Our handless Blessed Mother Mang Den”, which attracts more and more pilgrims every year. Mang Den is home to at least three ethnic minority communities Mo Nam, Ca Dong and Hre, who have their distinct cultures and customs, from the way they plan terrace fields, hunt, farm cattles and conduct weddings. Mang Den is promisingly a new dreamland for your exploring and relaxing time in Vietnam.
A broad sweep of sand between two dramatic headlands, Dai Lanh Beach is a strikingly beautiful spot. Eighty kilometres north of Nha Trang, this wide bay is framed by lush mountains, with the chalky sand beach between them washed by the pale blue waters of the East Sea. A fishing village nestles at one end of the bay, giving way to a casuarina-lined bathing beach at the other. Dai Lanh Beach makes an excellent overnight stop between Nha Trang and Quy Nhon, especially for anyone following one of my Saigon-to-Hanoi routes. The swimming is good, the fishing village is interesting, regular transport connections, some decent food stalls, and the bay is very scenic indeed. Dai Lanh also makes a good base from which to explore other fantastic beaches and sights in the surrounding area.
Featuring free WiFi, Le Plateau Hanoi Hostel is situated in Hanoi, a 9-minute walk from Dong Xuan Market and a 10-minute walk from Old City Gate. Among the various facilities of this property are a garden and a shared lounge. Tran Quoc Pagoda is a 17-minute walk away and Quan Thanh Temple is 1.4 km from the bed and breakfast. At the bed and breakfast, all rooms are fitted with a wardrobe. A buffet or Full English/Irish breakfast is available every morning at the property. Le Plateau Hanoi Hostel offers a sun terrace. You can play darts at the accommodation. With staff speaking English and Vietnamese, information is available at the reception. Thang Long Water Puppet Theater is an 18-minute walk from Le Plateau Hanoi Hostel, while Ngoc Son Temple is 1.6 km from the property. Noi Bai International Airport is 19 km away.