Who needs pho when you’ve got mi hoanh thanh?
Once the area where Westerners of all sorts found accommodation in Saigon, over the past 15 years, The Ghetto has become home to the city’s expat Japanese.
Rarely do projects garner as much talk as the Saigon WaterBus. Now it’s up and running, George Schooling does the commute. What’s it like and what are its prospects for the future?
Vietnam’s tourism sector is booming. Yet to catch up with its near neighbours, much needs to be done.
With the holidays just around the corner, we asked some of the airlines flying in and out of Vietnam how they manage their kitchens in the skies.
Telling people what to do or think can be a mistake
Japanese-run pizza and pasta restaurant, Pizza Logic, has launched a new combo menu for two that includes three courses and costs just VND468,000+ all in.
Following the closure of its downtown location six months ago, Galerie Quynh has opened its new space in the centre of Dakao in District 1 and is celebrating with the first solo exhibition in four years of Vietnam’s foremost abstract painter, Tran Van Thao, called the line.
Sole searching with sneaker collector Nam Quan