According to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s latest survey, The Global Liveability Report 2017, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are pretty bad places to live.
There are seven days in a week, but unfortunately I’m here for just one. Work dictates that getting on a flight somewhere isn’t an option. Enter a staycation at Le Méridien Saigon; it ticks everything on the list for an awesome stay away from home — great location along the Saigon River, five-star amenities, luxurious rooms, and fantastic buffet options.
Who needs a computer to play games when you can play them the traditional way?
Anupa Boutique will be selling a new range of belts throughout August that are suitable for both men and women.
A collection of streets in District 5 dedicated to jewellery.
Women have more sporting options in Vietnam than ever before.
We spoke to locals and expats living in both cities to find out what they think of their ‘rival’ up north or down south. Is Hanoi really that more traditional? And is Saigon really the place of business and all things modern and new?
Every year, thousands of young, educated Hanoians make the move to Saigon in search of employment. Why is this happening and what does it mean for Hanoi?
Street vendors on bicycles can be found the length and breadth of Vietnam. We speak to four two-wheeled vendors to find out more about their lives and why they do what they do.