VOV.VN - The Running Bean Coffee, Tee's Coffee and 81 Bia are top new favourite destinations of young people for a cup of joe in Ho Chi Minh City.
Banh da ke (millet rice cracker) is a flavourful snack enjoyed by Hanoians which is a harmonious taste of the crispness of the rice cracker, the aroma of millet, and the sweetness of sugar and mung bean puree.
The Grand Mercure Danang, a five-star member of AccorHotels, in collaboration with its sister hotels in the central region will co-organize on March 25 a farmers market called “Grown By Nature – Fresh, Local, Sustainable”.
Three-star Michelin Chef Bruno Menard will come back to Hôtel des Arts Saigon, MGallery Collection in District 3, HCM City to showcase his signature dishes from March 21 to 23.
A special BBQ buffet at Breeze Sky Bar on the fifth floor of the Hotel Majestic Saigon of Saigontourist is set to bring a fantastic gastronomic experience to local and foreign guests during the weekend.
Tre Ba De is a Da Nang-Quang Nam’s special cuisine made of pork. It has become not only the favourite cuisine of many local inhabitants but also a tasty dish that the people from all over the country love.
Vegetarian food lovers or those wishing to detoxify their bodies by vegetarian food should head to Co Noi Vegetarian Restaurant on level 7 of the Bong Sen Hotel in HCMC’s District 1.
These coffee shops in Hanoi and Saigon open through the holiday, offering a quick escape from beer parties.
VOV.VN - Sun World Danang Wonders is seen as a great entertainment destination for revelers in Danang City during the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday.
Dam Sen Park, a unit of Saigontourist Holding Company, is launching hi-tech games and new services, so it is seen as a great entertainment destination for revelers in Ho Chi Minh City during the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday.
As the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday is around the corner, the five-star Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers is rolling out a range of food programs for Tet revellers this month.
From China Town to a Cambodian market and Japanese street, Saigon is a melting pot when it comes to food.
Following are a couple of weekend destinations which visitors may find interesting.
Ho Chi Minh City is preparing a variety of major cultural and entertainment activities at many places in the city center during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, which begins on February 16 this year.
A 3,000-square-meter bookstore featuring a miniature European city has come into operation on the third floor of Van Hanh Mall, the largest commercial center in District 10, offering a new reading space for bookworms and budget-conscious readers in HCMC.
The five-star Naman Retreat resort in the central coastal city of Danang is rolling out some food programs and traditional activities to serve guests on the occasion of the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday.
Saigon Café on level 1 of the Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers will hold an Australian themed buffet night on January 26.
These streetside eateries have survived the tests of time thanks just to word of mouth.
Chewy noodles with firm calamari make the perfect partners at this hole-in-the-wall eatery.
January comes with a range of food and drink programs at the Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers in the downtown area.