Burger Bar of Pullman Saigon Centre is offering a nacho challenge this May, in which a 1m long board of nachos will be free for those who can finish it within 15 minutes or will be charged at VND699,000 including drinks.
American children’s book author, Curtis Norris, has just announced the launch of two new projects: I’m a Legend personalised story books and Saigon Saturday Stories Club for kids.
Since their first vessels hit Saigon’s waterways in 2003, Bonsai Cruises have been known for their unique ambience, quality service and stylish, authentic cuisine. Customers are transported to a world of authenticity that honours Ancient Saigon, times long ago forgotten and a proud Saigon heritage of local artisans, chefs and ships builders.
International School Ho Chi Minh City (ISHCMC) hosted a Discovery Fair in mid-April to showcase their new Early Explorer and Kindergarten learning areas, which feature facilities for a safe learning environment for young students.
The Hanoi Holistic Health Guide was created for the Hanoian community to gather together the finest practitioners in the name of health and wellness.
Eco-boutique Anupa has a new line of big cushions created by Age of Reason Studios and made 100% in the UK.
Bia Tay – Ta, the ‘posh bia hoi’ on To Ngoc Van has undergone an extensive revamp over the New Year.
Vibrant new exercise class, ZUU, is designed to liberate human movement. It bridges the gap between traditional strength and conditioning programs, and the core strength, mobility and flexibility gains associated with yoga and Pilates. This group exercise class has just arrived in Vietnam, and is now ready to hit Ho Chi Minh City.
Professional ballerina Elise Roper is offering ballet classes to students of all levels, from four-year-olds to adults. Elise spent most of her career with the world-renowned Paris Opera Ballet Company, dancing professionally with the company for 13 years. She has had the privilege of being directed by some of the industry’s great masters including Rudolf Nureyev, Maurice Bejart and Patrick Dupont. She has been teaching adults and children in France for the past 15 years, and can’t wait to share her knowledge and passion with students in Ho Chi Minh City.