Located on Nguyen Van Cong Street, Go Vap District, Phen’s Coffee has three floors with views over the Tan Son Nhat Airport. The cafe opens daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. … [Read more...] about Plane spotters descend on these two Saigon cafes
Old quarter acoustic cafe
Shops on Hang Ma Street are often crowded until 10 pm before Christmas and even open until 3 am the next day on Christmas Day. … [Read more...] about Early Christmas atmosphere on Hanoi streets
VietNamNet's "Things Everlasting" Concert 2019 in photos At 2pm on the National Day (September 2), the 10th "Things Everlasting" Concert, held by VietNamNet Newspaper, opened at the Hanoi Opera House. The event was broadcast live on the national TV channel 1 (VTV1). … [Read more...] about Late artist Hoang Van’s music by goes online
A Tra Que farmer is seen holding her harvests. Photo: Gia Thinh / Tuoi Tre Tra Que was discovered by settlers about 400 years ago. It was initially called “Nhu Que”, with “Que” (cinnamon) hinting at the biting flavor of the local herb varieties. … [Read more...] about Travel back in time at idyllic Tra Que Vegetable Village
Explaining the rush of online game development in recent years, experts say Viet Nam has a lot of potential as a new market because nearly 70 per cent of the gamers are accessing the game for the first time. Also, because the country is located in Southeast Asia, it has a similar culture to China and South Korea so gamers understand and like kung fu novels. … [Read more...] about Online games: harmless fun or social problem?