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The trend in café chains such as HighLand or Trung Nguyen is to have consistent branding and décor experiences but M2C cafés, owned by former model Minh Anh and her team, connects the past with the present by using...
By: Ngoc Sii In October, all of nature is striving to retain the fading breath of autumn that still lingers in some corners of the earth. Young people, full of energy, try to figure out how to make the most...
By Tra My  Son Doong is the world’s largest cave in Vietnam’s Quang Binh Province. It was discovered in 1991 by Ho Khanh, a local inhabitant, when he was seeking shelter from the rain. Not until 2009, when the British...
Story: Bao Ngoc In the center of Vietnam is the city of Hue. It's profound, reserved and rustic beauty entices and enthrals visitors. Guests are especially surprised by the city’s Western quarter. This former citadel casts a spell over all...
By Minh San The first thing customers see when entering a Hang Duong restaurant in Vietnam are photos of strange, humongous fish. These beasties are the size of the “River Monsters” as seen on Animal Planet channel in England. According to...
By: Xuan Le The sand sculpture park at Phan Thiet City, Binh Thuan, is known as Forgotten Land and was opened to the public in late January. It’s the first sand park in Vietnam, displays works created by established sand...
The best time to travel to Phu Quoc is the dry season, around the end of the year. The island is a precious pearl, with clear water, smooth sand and serene springs. Plus, traditional trade villages and fresh seafood...
Photos and text: Cong Dat For the Vietnamese, the lunar new year is an important time to express desires and wishes. A typical feature of the country’s culture at this time of year is the calligraphy market, where an old...
Photos and text: Cong Dat Hang Luoc Flower Market takes place over seven days, starting from the 23rd day of the last lunar month of the year. This is a traditional flower market, one of the most significant cultural activities...
In Ho Chi Minh City, during the three-day Tet holiday, every family, rich or poor, has at least one branch of yellow apricot blossoms (the plant belongs to the family Ocnaceae) representing hope for a prosperous and happy new...