You can get up to a lot in 24 hours in Ho Chi Minh City, so we ask Saigon resident, filmmaker and DJ, Linh Phan, to give us a taste.
When driving past La Bodega on an afternoon or evening you will often see people sat outside on the high chairs enjoying a glass of wine, coffee or a cocktail — it’s the spirit of European café culture in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 2.
The relaxing weekend brunch is now an accepted part of modern dining culture. However, Le Méridien Saigon is taking this to a different level with its Sunday Discovery Brunch. Instead of one restaurant, you get three, with the different tastes of the Latitude 10, Latest Recipe, and Bamboo Chic to sample. And your gastronomic tour lasts for up to four hours.
Does the widespread saying: “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” hold any truth?
From Khmer port and trading hub to the megacity it is today, Saigon has been built, razed to the ground, and once again rebuilt. Now it’s going through a facelift.
Our mystery diner gets a taste of North Korea without leaving the safety of District 3.
Saigon Saigon Rooftop Bar on the top floor of Caravelle Saigon has been a favourite watering hole of politicians, journalists and soldiers, and has been welcoming people to its rooftop since 1959.
Owner Huynh Ke Minh Tan, also known as Ken, started Heritage Concept Chill Hub because he wanted a place where he could hang out in the late hours of the night for a cup of coffee or a cocktail.
Packed with sugar and balls of tapioca, bubble tea has taken Vietnam by storm.