Boasting flavours like cookies and cream, amaretto almond crunch, vanilla raspberry swirl and chocolate chocolate chip, the world-famous Haagen Dazs ice cream brand has now landed in Vietnam.
Mums and tots are invited to join the ACG Bright Sparks programme. Every Tuesday morning Ms Pinar Nicholson leads fun, interactive and educational sessions for children aged one, two and three.
A not-for-profit Google group called BooksInSaigon has recently launched. The new group is a collaborative service where readers across Saigon can buy, sell or even trade English books with one another.
Satisfy any dim sum cravings at Dynasty Restaurant in New World Hotel (76 Le Lai, Q1) with a free flow of Lanson ‘Black Label’ Brut N.V. every Sunday in October from 12pm to 3pm. Priced at VND900,000++.
Promising to deliver a new dining experience to the people of Saigon is FLOW. Located in an old shophouse in the heart of District 1, the place offers a brasserie that hopes to create a balance between the modern and the classic.
Ten keen mountain bike riders and ten brave souls decided to take a risk and join Roger Baddeley and Wayne Lewis, founders of T.H.I.S (Thank Heaven It’s Sunday) for the group’s inaugural ride 50km north-west of Saigon on Sep. 5.
On Oct. 30, Saigon Star International School will be celebrating the opening of their new facility in District 2 by hosting a day filled with games and activities for their students, families and friends.
Australian fashion designer, Simmone Van Buerle, has joined forces with Villa Anupa (17/27 Le Thanh Ton, Q1) to launch the Things of Substance and Contraband brands in Ho Chi Minh City.
HOFBRÄU Bier Vietnam (HB) and the Imperial Hotel Vung Tau will organise the first Oktoberfest Show in Vung Tau. They will fly in the original Hofbräuhaus Band from Munich to entertain guests for a fun and exciting night where you can experience the band with their diversified folklore programme and international dance music.