Homestay T&N Container Hotel – Vietnam

Hi everybody, today’s container hotel is from Vietnam.

The Vietnamese container made a unique style family apartment hotel and became a hot spot for tourists.

Homestay family located in Baizhaifang, Halong City, Vietnam, made of 26 containers in a unique style is becoming a hotspot for tourists from all sides who like to experience the local culture.

Homestay located in T & N, Baizhaifang, Halong City.

This homestay, cleverly installed in a container, covers an area of ​​500 square meters and has 26 rooms on 4 floors. T & N Homestay Host Deng Yujun said, “Container homestays are an environmentally friendly business model that can be used for up to 50 years, with low cost and fast construction time. This business model has long been popular in Australia, Singapore, and the United States and has brought high economic benefits “.

First floor

Tourist Ruan Xuerong from the capital Hanoi said, “I like to experience different cultures in different places through tourism, so I choose to stay with a host family.”

In addition to domestic tourists, T & N host families also attract tourists from many countries such as China, South Korea, the United States, and the United Kingdom. It is reported that in order to satisfy tourists who like to experience local culture and want to have their own space, the hotel stated that it will continue to invest in the new construction of 10 sets of wood homestays covering an area of ​​400 square meters.

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