The VCCA has officially opened. Its first exhibition, The Foliage, will be on display until Aug. 6.
Hanoi has a new creative space for art and design lovers, thanks to Creative Lab by UP.
The Zó project is a social business, preserving and expanding the technique of traditional Vietnamese paper making, in a sustainable and creative way.
Founded in late 2014 by John Reid and Alex Violette, Pasteur Street Brewing Company (PSBC) is one of the most well-known names in locally produced, American-style craft beer.
Whats Up Hanoi!? is Hanoi’s newest events listing site. The goal is to help keep people up to date with what’s on in Hanoi, delivering daily listing content directly to consumers.
DeN is a new bar/café for culture- minded individuals, located in Yen Phu Village.
One of the most exciting new eateries to open in Tay Ho, Pizza Belga, is all about wood-fired pizza, homemade desserts and craft beer.
The Tay Ho sandwich joint, well- known for an unrivalled freshness and attention to detail, has moved down the road into a new house.
British bartender-artist Richie Fawcett has opened his first bar in Ho Chi Minh City, The Studio Saigon.
The newest outlet in Saigon for amazing grilled steaks or seafood, and madly priced wines opened on Aug. 2.
Anupa Boutique will be selling a new range of belts throughout August that are suitable for both men and women.
Japan Airlines (JAL) and VietJet Air have reached an agreement to help expand flight networks in Asia.
Thanks to Greenline Ferries, cyclists who like to brave the 90km of highway to travel to Vung Tau can now save their energy and go by ferry instead.
QUI Cuisine.Mixology has taken its unique concept of a dining lounge to one of the best beachside cities in Vietnam, Nha Trang.