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10 Challenging Golf Courses in Vietnam

10 Challenging Golf Courses in Vietnam

Over the course of the last twenty years. Golf in Vietnam has caught on in a big way. Now it seems like a new signature course is opening every year. Vietnam has some of the best golf courses in Asia, and it’s not showing any signs of slowing down. Here’s a brief look at ten challenging, well-designed golf courses throughout Vietnam. The Bluffs, Ho Tram Strip Phuoc Thuan, Xuy...

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10 Lesser Known Vietnamese Islands You Should Visit

10 Lesser Known Vietnamese Islands You Should Visit

Vietnam is a country made of 50% coast and islands. Halong Bay alone is composed of over 2,000 islands. In this article I introduce 10 lesser known Vietnamese islands, most of them rather untouched by tourism. If you fancy off the beaten track travelling, you may enjoy this selection and include them in your itinerary. Potato Island - Hòn Khoai South of the southernmost end of the Viet...

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Is Vietnamese Food Really Healthy?

Is Vietnamese Food Really Healthy?

Vietnamese food is delicious and it is often cited as one of the healthiest cuisines in the world. To make sure that this was true, we spoke to Antoine Yvon, the head nutritionist at CMI hospital in Ho Chi Minh City. You will finally know if all those banh mi sandwiches are good for you, if you should drink the broth of your pho or not, and the name of Vietnam's only super fruit. The interview ...

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10 Local Things to Do in Vietnam

10 Local Things to Do in Vietnam

There are many things to do in Vietnam, but the country has such a well established backpacker trail that a real immersion into the local culture can seem impossible. Sometimes it’s hard to see past the famously cheap beers, tourist tours and gaudy souvenirs. But if, like us, you’re a lover of all things authentic, the question still remains - what are some local things to do in Vie...

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Ninh Thuan - Most Beautiful Hidden Province in Vietnam?

Ninh Thuan - Most Beautiful Hidden Province in Vietnam?

Ninh Thuan Province is the newest province in Vietnam. It was split away from Binh Thuan in the South and Khanh Hoa in the North back in 1993. People finishing their geography classes before that time may not even be aware the province exists.  Being the personal private beach for the last President of South Vietnam didn’t exactly help it gain publicity or early popularity. Exaspera...

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How to get a Visa to Vietnam

How to get a Visa to Vietnam

Getting a Visa to Vietnam can be a draining and all around difficult process. From choosing the correct visa category, duration and fee, to arranging the right documents, checking your passport and finally beginning the application process itself, for so many travellers entering Vietnam can seem almost impossible. Where do you even begin? Do I need a visa? If you're Australian or America th...

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30 Amazing Things to Experience in Vietnam

30 Amazing Things to Experience in Vietnam

Are you new to Vietnam or are you planning to join us here for a period of time? Here we compiled a selection of 30 more or less unique experiences you will have in the country. Some of them will leave you speechless, others are amusing, a few might be annoying, but all of them together make up the utterly amazing and inspiring cultural experience that is called Vietnam. Without further ado, l...

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12 Beautiful Pagodas in Vietnam

12 Beautiful Pagodas in Vietnam

Pagodas in Vietnam are one of the country’s top attractions for travelers. They are not just historical monuments of the past: Vietnamese visit them regularly to receive a blessing, to pray or to organize charity events. The best time to visit a pagoda is early morning, when it is not too busy. After the night falls, it is also interesting as the lights and candles can create spectacular...

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Why You Should Not Give Up Learning Vietnamese

Why You Should Not Give Up Learning Vietnamese

Learning Vietnamese language is hard. In fact, I had an easier time learning Chinese! My problem is not the process itself, but rather the reaction of the people. Is that any reason to give up? Read on to find out why you should not giving up on learning Vietnamese. Recently, Word magazine published an article with the bottom line: “Learning Vietnamese is not worth your time.&rdquo...

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10 Most Beautiful Beaches In Vietnam

10 Most Beautiful Beaches In Vietnam

The beauty and tranquility of the beaches in Vietnam is one of Asia's best kept secrets. Vietnam boasts more than 3,400 kilometres of coast, with beachfront resorts dotted all over its long expanses of soft sand. There are deep blue coves, lagoons surrounded on all sides by jungle and accessible only by boat, striking rock formations and tropical castaway islands, enveloped by yet more beaches...

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Top 5 Beach Resorts in Vietnam

Top 5 Beach Resorts in Vietnam

We explored the very best beachfront resorts in Vietnam. You could visit any of the luxury beach resorts mentioned as a fantastic way to celebrate your honeymoon or a landmark birthday, or just as a truly decadent vacation treat. Sipping a cold cocktail on a white sand beach, with a dense jungle at your back and the lapping of the tide gently soothing your senses – what could b...

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Top 7 Honeymoon Spots in Vietnam

Top 7 Honeymoon Spots in Vietnam

We list the best of the best for honeymoon destinations in Vietnam. Any of the luxury resorts below are also great to celebrate wedding anniversaries or vow renewals. The term “honeymoon” sprouted sometime in the 1500s, and meant the wavering affection (honey) of a married couple was analogous to the periodic phases of the moon. Later, the term came to mean the span of time after t...

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Common Misconceptions When Traveling to Vietnam

Common Misconceptions When Traveling to Vietnam

1. I NEVER BURN One common misconception they fail to realize is the strength of the sun in Vietnam. Among the various beach towns in Vietnam — Mui Ne, Da Nang, Phu Quoc, the list goes on — newcomers are divided into several categories according to the degree of sunburn they receive. Photo credit: Sandy Beach Resort We’ll start with Snow White. This includes those who have...

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Hanoi to Saigon – 7 Places to Rest in Style

Hanoi to Saigon – 7 Places to Rest in Style

By Lee Starnes & Phuong Tran If you’re planning a journey from the north to the south of Vietnam, there’s no shortage of advice about how to do it on the cheap. However, occasionally you might want to blow the budget for a truly memorable experience. If that’s the case, these places may end up at the top of your list. Sapa - Topas Ecolodge Based on ecological principl...

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The Thirteen Mistakes of First-Time Visitors to Vietnam

The Thirteen Mistakes of First-Time Visitors to Vietnam

By Regina Vladimirova, Peter Mahomet, Rob van Driesum and Phuong Tran1. "I never burn"Tourists at Vietnamese beach resorts are divided into three broad categories, based on the severity of their sunburn. Category I, also known as “Snow White”, applies to those who arrived yesterday morning fresh off the plane from some grey, winter-locked country, jumped out of the airport taxi and ...

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Premiere venues in Vietnam

The Reverie Saigon

The Reverie Saigon

The Reverie Saigon is a luxury hotel renowned for its beautiful interior designs. The 12 types of magnificently furnished accommodation are offered as 62 suites and 224 rooms and  are crafted to perfection. The highest hotel in the city, the rooms and suites start from the 27th floor with beautiful panoramic views of the central business district and the winding Saigon River, through floor-to-ceiling windows. Featuring a high class bar, European and Indochina inspired fine dining, a luxurious spa and world-class facilities, this iconic hotel will transform the way you look at Vietnam.

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Hilton Hanoi Opera

Hilton Hanoi Opera

Situated next to the iconic Hanoi Opera House and a short stroll from the Old Quarter, this 5-star hotel is a Hanoi landmark. With 268 fully equipped rooms and suites, there’s plenty for the discerning business and leisure traveller to choose from. Come and experience the Hilton Hanoi Opera today! Rooms & Suites Explore the various types of rooms and amenities and choose the space that's right for you. King/Twin Deluxe Room King/Twin Executive Room King Executive Suite King Presidential Suite Disable Room Restaurant – Bar – Café At Hilton Hanoi Opera, dining options are designed with you in mind. Discover Vietnamese ...

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An Lam Saigon River

An Lam Saigon River

The one thing I kept coming back to in my room at An Lam Saigon River was that in place of the usual Lipton and Nestlé offerings by the water boiler, there was a wooden box with six varieties of coffees and five types of teas. The coffee packets had an accompanying coffee machine, and the teas were partnered with a beautiful ceramic set. The coffee was nothing too upmarket (it was still leagues above the instant coffee sparsely distributed in 5-star city hotels), and the fresh tea leaves an uncommon commodity. But this wasn't the point. The point was ...

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Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi Hotel

Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi Hotel

With its colonial facade and famed French restaurant Le Beaulieu, the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi Hotel offers visitors a taste of white-gloved luxury with a dash of history in the heart of the capital. Guests can also choose to relax in their classy Spa or grab a drink in the bar Angelina. Sofitel has two other locations: Sofitel Saigon Plaza and Sofitel Plaza Hanoi.

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Six Senses Con Dao

Six Senses Con Dao

Set in a prime location of Con Dao Islands (Vung Tau), Six Senses Con Dao puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. Take advantage of the hotel's tours, babysitting, restaurant, bar/pub, shops. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. Recuperate from a full day of sightseeing in the comfort of your room or take advantage of the hotel's recreational facilities, including kids club, spa, outdoor pool, massage, fitness center. Friendly staff, great facilities and close proximity ...

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Ana Mandara Villas Dalat Resort & Spa

Ana Mandara Villas Dalat Resort & Spa

Ana Mandara Villas Dalat Resort & Spa is a popular choice amongst travelers in Dalat, whether exploring or just passing through. Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides all you need for a good night's sleep. Take advantage of the hotel's car park, laundry service/dry cleaning, business center, meeting facilities, tours. Designed and decorated to make guests feel right at home, each room comes with internet access – LAN (complimentary), hair dryer, bathtub, seating area, kitchenette. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. For reliable service and professional staff, Ana Mandara Villas Dalat Resort & Spa caters to ...

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The Hanoi Club Hotel & Lake Palais Residences

The Hanoi Club Hotel & Lake Palais Residences

The Hanoi Club Hotel and Lake Palais Residences present unadulterated luxury in a palatial setting; this is a unique experience in Vietnam. Location The Hanoi Club is located on Yen Phu Street, on the banks of Hanoi’s famous West Lake. The hotel is an ideal place for tourists wishing to discover the elegance and poetic beauty of Hanoi. The intrinsic beauty of The Hanoi Club in enhanced even further when combined with the romantic views of the lake. Without doubt, this is one of the most tranquil locations anywhere in the city. The Hanoi Club Hotel and Lake Palais Residence ...

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Novotel Phu Quoc Resort

Novotel Phu Quoc Resort

The newly opened Novotel Phu Quoc Resort sits on one of the island’s most appealing beaches. This large, modern and beautifully crafted resort features 366 delightful rooms including 120 suites and villas. All rooms offer sea-facing balconies or terraces. Two contemporary restaurants and two excellent bars take care of guests’ refreshment requirements. Unwind with a balanced cocktail at the infinity pool’s magnificent bar, and look out at the gorgeous beach only steps away. Novotel Phu Quoc Resort is the perfect island resort to spend the holidays with loved ones, away from busy city life.

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Bassac Cruises

Bassac Cruises

Welcome on-board the Bassac, three authentic wooden cabin cruisers that will take you to discover life on the river in the heart of the Mekong Delta.   You will spend the night on the river in a caring and relaxed atmosphere. Built according to local tradition without compromising on safety or comfort, the Bassac are just the right size to navigate remote areas and their wide living spaces open to surrounding scenery. Taste freshly cooked Mekong delta specialities served by the crew, whose attention translates into simple and personalised care.

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Pandanus Resort

Pandanus Resort

The Pandanus Resort was built in 2004 within a ten-hectare garden on a 300-metre-long, secluded beach. Located east of the cape at Mui Ne, it is far removed from the frenetic pace of the Ham Tien-Mui Ne strip. It is one of the most successful large resorts in the region with one of the highest occupancy rates. It is also very spacious and the expansive grounds are a tick in its favour. The vast entry lobby is just the start and the sense of space continues from there. Pandanus offers six types of accommodation, from budget and superior rooms in ...

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Song Ngu Restaurant

Song Ngu Restaurant

Seafood runs deep in Vietnam’s roots. It’s everywhere and in every form, notably in coastal cities like Nha Trang and down south in the Delta. Ho Chi Minh City gets more than its fair share from both ends. While street joints fill with all manners of fried and skewered sea life, distinguished Vietnamese restaurants specializing in crustaceans and fish fare are not as abundant as one might think. Fortunately, those with some cash to burn and a craving for refined seafood in a comfortable environment have Song Ngu as an option, which won TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence award for 2015. ...

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Madam Yen Restaurant

Madam Yen Restaurant

Opened at the end of 2013, Madam Yen Restaurant is the latest endeavor of the Maison D’Hanoi group, a noted name in Hanoian hospitality. Quality and attentiveness can be seen in every aspect of our business, from the comfortable and thoughtful interior design to the courteous service of our knowledgeable staff. Madam Yen is run by Chef Hoang Van Duong, who was ranked 4th in Top Chef Vietnam 2014. Chef Duong strives to create memorable meals for the world traveler by ensuring he sources the best local ingredients for his dishes.

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Sorae: Sushi & Sake Lounge

Sorae: Sushi & Sake Lounge

Three female chefs carefully cut skins off pieces of salmon for later frying, patting down sticky rice and throwing an occasional soft comment to one another. Behind them, glass shelves hold a collection of Japanese sakes stretching to the ceiling, where large mesh clouds float immovably. The city outside is a vast expanse of dots and high-rises. The black-and-red accented walls and fixtures, the feng shui bamboo, the granite tabletop surfaces, the metallic mesh. They’re all, to put it simply, cool. You walk around Sorae and think: This is where James Bond comes for his Saketini. The Saketini (VND150,000) is ...

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La Badiane Restaurant

La Badiane Restaurant

La Badiane Restaurant is a chic Hanoi restaurant dedicated to the fusion of French cuisine with the herbs and spices of the Orient. La Badiane's exchange of cultures, people and flavors results in inventive cuisine such as Australian beef tenderloin (some say it’s the most tender steak they’ve ever tried), pan-fried scallops with seafood lasagna, crab remoulade, and banana spring rolls with hazelnut and pistachios. The restaurant is centrally located on Nam Ngu in Hanoi's Hoan Kiem district, 10 minutes from Hoan Kiem Lake. Indulge in French fusion cuisine in a floral, indoor patio space with two additional floors upstairs ...

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San Fu Lou

San Fu Lou

There’s an unspoken itinerary at AB Tower: you eat dinner at Sorae, party at Chill Skybar and come to San Fu Lou – semi-attached to the Tower’s ground floor – to satisfy some late night cravings. But tipsy munchies sessions at 1 a.m. somewhat diminish the Cantonese hotspot’s finer features. At least, if it’s your first time eating there. If you’re in the mood for Cantonese, arrive around lunchtime. The Saigon sun is high and temperatures at their peak. San Fu Lou’s modish, laid-back interior is a welcome contrast to the sweltering heat, especially if you start off with one ...

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Lebon Steakhouse

Lebon Steakhouse

Located in the heart of Hanoi near the Vietnamese History Museum, Lebon Steakhouse makes for a perfect oasis to escape the busy streets outside. Lebon has an inviting garden area with bamboo chairs creating a cozy and natural atmosphere. In the evening, Lebon offers excellent Asian and European cuisine. If you visit Lebon at the  weekend, enjoy a variety of live music - classical music on Fridays, Acoustic on Saturdays and Jazz by well-known Vietnamese Jazz outfit, Quyen Van Minh and the Song Hong Band, on Sundays. 

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EON51 Fine Dining

EON51 Fine Dining

EON51 Fine Dining in Ho Chi Minh City raises the bar for high end, high up restaurants. This superb venue high above the streets of downtown Ho Chi Minh City is situated fifty-one storeys up in the Bitexco Financial Tower. Chef Cuong serves superb European food with an Asian twist. The restaurant design is clever; realising that the star of the visual show is the view, the interior has been made in a way to accentuate the large windows and the city they showcase. Ambiance The restaurant has created the perfect venue in which to enjoy your sky high dining ...

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Latest Recipe

Latest Recipe

Latest Recipe is in the mezzanine of the the newly opened Le Méridien Saigon, offering views of District 1’s flowing Saigon River and the ever-busy Ton Duc Thang street. The restaurant centers around all-day buffet dining and is headed by French chef Frederic Meynard. Highlights include Sunday Brunch with superb world cuisine options, and great buffet dinners. Colorful old-school French tiling, a poppy geometric ceiling and plush seating present a nice day-to-night dining space. Ambiance Latest Recipe gives off a homey, refined French kitchen vibe, with classic tiles covering the floor, comfy chairs and neutral tones that go well with ...

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Bamboo Chic at Le Meridien

Bamboo Chic at Le Meridien

Wondering where to eat something different and exciting in Saigon? Le Meridien’s Bamboo Chic restaurant combines an inspiring view of the Saigon River, an inventive Japanese and Chinese fusion food menu, and a rock-solid cocktail list to create a classy and modern dining experience. To clarify, Bamboo Chic is the hotel brand’s exclusive restaurant for Le Meridien hotels around the globe. There is true respect for both fusion cuisine and presentation here - you can see how dedicated the hotel is to the fusion concept, from the cocktails to the dishes to the meshed Japanese and Chinese decor. Ambiance Wall-to-wall ...

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Chill Dining

Chill Dining

This restaurant is perched high on the 27th floor of the AB Tower in the heart of District 1. Affording dinners incredible views of the city 100 meters below, this well appointed restaurant serves Asian fusion food to discerning customers. The emphasis of the restaurant is on sharing, Asian style. This creates a warm friendly vibe with high-end cuisine. A wonderful place to eat as the sun goes down, the restaurant has a superbly stocked wine cellar in full view of diners. The music from the outside Skybar spills in at just the right volume to create the perfect ambience; ...

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Tan My Design

Tan My Design

The First Shop on Silk Street It was 1969, in the midst of wartime. Men were sent off to fight, while women were left home. The wives, daughters, friends and lovers of those sent into enemy lines wanted to gift the troops handkerchiefs and pillowcases, and suddenly a market was born. Tan My, then a small shop in a narrow alley, was the first on Hang Gai to sell silk and embroidery, before the famous street became known as Hanoi’s Silk Street. In addition to pillowcases and handkerchiefs, it sold clothing, bed linen, tableclothes, cushion covers and more. Bach Thi ...

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Minh Long

Minh Long

Minh Long was founded in 1970 by Mr. Ly Ngoc Minh, a young man devoted to creating exquisite porcelain. A family owned company, Minh Long has developed a characteristic style passed down through generations. The diverse products are highlighted in a new HCMC showroom that spans two floors. From functional dinner sets to sculptures and spectacular handpainted vases, the attention to artistry is legendary. Many of the pieces have a distinctive Vietnamese flavour and take inspiration from Saigon daily life. Minh Long also has a shop in Hanoi.

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Mekong Plus HCMC

Mekong Plus HCMC

Mekong+, incorporating Mekong Quilts and Mekong Creations, is  a social enterprise specializing in high quality, hand crafted quilts  and accessories. The Indo-Chine inspired quilt range uses patchwork, piecing and intricate stitch detail to create a contemporary aesthetic. They use only the highest quality silks and cottons, along with beautiful vintage ethnic embroideries in their products. Their accessories range combines the use of sustainable and local raw materials such as bamboo, water hyacinth and papier-mache with traditional hand craftsmanship to create innovative designs such as Bamboo bikes and gift items. Mekong+ products can also be custom made to meet clients’ individualized aesthetic, ...

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Vietnam Vespa Adventures

Vietnam Vespa Adventures

A full sensory experience, Vietnam's culturally immersive tours of Saigon and multi-day treks through southern Vietnam specialise in hidden corners, back roads and unscripted, real experiences. This is the best way to see HCMC by motorbike without riding yourself. Guests ride pillion behind the driver. Trust Vietnam Vespa Adventures to deliver a world-class immersion in Saigon life with authenticity, comfort and style. Soak up Saigon's must-see landmarks, streets and sights that most visitors never even hear about. Vietnam Vespa Adventures runs morning and afternoon tours. Excursions take approximately four-and-a-half hours. The morning tour runs from 8am to 12:30pm and includes ...

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A O Show

A O Show

A O Show is a unique blend of bamboo cirque, acrobatic acts, and theatrical visual drama, which depicts the beauty of Vietnam lives in villages and cities. Live traditional music which echoes of rural work songs, scenic and lighting design makes the A O Show, which performes at the historic Saigon Opera House, worth seeing when you visit Ho Chi Minh City.

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Amadora Wellness & Spa

Amadora Wellness & Spa

The architectural and design themes of Amadora Wellness & Spa in Hanoi, showcase a combination of Champa artistry and Western modern styles. Inferring many aspects of culture and religion, these themes convey vivid impressions about diversified shades of ancient and modern design. There is a welcoming ambience as soon as customers walk through the door. In Amadora’s cozy, distinct and artistic space, there is a feeling of immersive calmness. Beside the Champa artwork such as pottery, porcelain items and reliefs, contemporary art also exists in unique paintings depicting peaceful and refined characteristics. There is a variety of flowers and plants ...

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Menard Spa

Menard Spa

With locations all throughout the city, guests have access to a variety of high quality products and services. What separates Menard Spa from its competitors is their use of natural products including reishi, collagen and vitamins to bring luminous beautiful skin and refreshments for one’s body and soul. From body fragrances, to make-up, hair care and skin care products, Menard has a wide selection and skilled staff that can cater to anyone’s needs.

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Hanoi Club Driving Range

Hanoi Club Driving Range

Golf enthusiasts can draw inspiration from their surroundings while practicing their swing. The Hanoi Club offers the unique opportunity to putt or drive into Hanoi’s West Lake, either day or night.

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Jibe's

Jibe's

Want to splash around and have fun? Try your hand at kitesurfing, sea kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, windsurfing, sailing and more. Lessons are available and all instructors are fully qualified. What's more? Jibe's is also a restaurant and bar, as well as a place to shop everything you need for water sports. They have one more location in Full Moon Village.

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Catwalk Club, Karaoke and Casino

Catwalk Club, Karaoke and Casino

Catwalk is one of the best entertainment venues in town. It combines karaoke rooms, a lounge, and proximity to the casino. Since 1995 the International Tourist Club (ITC) has been dishing out glamorous entertainment for Saigon’s VIP-minded inhabitants and visitors. Two decades have established its joint entertainment expanse (consisting of Chats Slots Gaming Center and Catwalk) as the area’s staples for high-stakes thrill-seekers and sonic-minded aesthetes. Check our rankings of the Top 10 Casinos in Ho Chi Minh City for more information. Citypassguide.com had a night out at Catwalk to fully appreciate the club-end of ITC. A Top Luxury Club, ...

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Klasik Coffee Roasters

Klasik Coffee Roasters

Klasik is Ho Chi Minh City’s friendly neighborhood roaster. Formerly The Cupping Room, the coffee and roasting house has been one of the city’s pioneers in the growing artisanal scene that is slowly overtaking Vietnam. The passionate Klasik team scouts high quality specialty coffee beans from around the world and roasts them locally in-house, serving guests fresh cups of aromatic, artfully made coffee. Klasik also sells their own brand of freshly roasted coffee beans for home brewing. A variety of unique coffee filters are used, so you can choose exactly how you want your coffee made. Klasik also serves some ...

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Air 360 Sky Lounge

Air 360 Sky Lounge

Not far across from its sister club, Chill SkyBar, the Air 360 Sky Lounge is the newest addition to the Capella Entertainment family. More adult and more business than Chill, Air 360 centers around a multi-level, lounge-like space with plenty of seating and a 360 degree view of the city. In a nutshell, Chill entertains, Air 360 helps unwind. Ambiance The venue is split into roughly four levels, starting from the Sky Pool, where guests can reserve a private event space with a swimming pool. The Sky Deck and indoor area sit on the next level, offering an outdoor bar ...

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Chats Slot Gaming Center - ITC

Chats Slot Gaming Center - ITC

The International Tourist Club (ITC) sits at the annex wing of New World Saigon Hotel, and features the Chats Slot Gaming Center and the Catwalk nightclub next door. Gaming centers in Vietnam are the name given to what we would call casinos in Europe or America. The difference is that there are no croupiers, no table in Vietnam: All is computerized and done electronically through gaming machines. Chats offers the latest in e-gaming and accessibility at any hour of the day. It has been in operation for 19 years and is the largest gaming center of its kind in Ho ...

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