Two river caves 40km from Phong Nha provided Marc Forster-Pert with an adrenalin-fuelled mix of adventure and picture postcard scenery. Photos by Francis Roux
Photo by Michael Morehouse
From war zone to a tourism hotspot, Quang Binh has undergone a transformation that 40 years ago would have been unthought of. Words by Hoa Le. Photo by Francis Roux
A trip to Phong Nha is more than just caves. It’s a trip to another world. Words by Nick Ross. Photos by Francis Roux
We’re in Q4, a massive warehouse-cum-event space that will be the eventual setting of the production’s opening night. Right now, though, it is littered with stools, plush armchairs and wobbly sofas that Aaron is shoving across the uneven asphalt floor to create a makeshift stage. He takes a few steps back to survey his work, pausing to contemplate, and then begins approximating the stage dimensions by striding around the room in long, even steps, counting as he goes.
Motorcycle is king and cars are becoming ever more popular, but Ha Tinh seems to buck the trend. Could it be Vietnam’s last cycling city? Words and Photos by Marc Forster-Pert. Translation by Tran Thi Thu Hien
In May, Chris Slappendel started his six-month, 31-country trip around Asia. His purpose was to raise awareness about the plight of tigers. With only an estimated 2,500 to 3,200 wild tigers left on the planet, the Dutchman’s concern was that within 10 years, the creatures would be extinct.
Fredy and Christian bring their laugh-out-loud ventriloquist act to Saigon this month. In the words of Fredy, here is the lowdown on the son of King Kong and his bodyguard