Right at the entrance on Truong Dinh Street is a family of golden rats with three-meter-tall parents and three little ones to mark the Year of the Rat, which will begin this Saturday. … [Read more...] about Saigon spring flower festival colorfully ushers in Tet
Dinh Cau Temple, apart from its spiritual renown, also boasts spectacular sunsets and calm and clear water, as well as a night market ideal for shopping and dining, and experiencing the unique Phu Quoc. … [Read more...] about 300-year-old temple on Phu Quoc protects fishermen
“If there is a part of the course that you have to rave the best is the bike course – the 18km loop is 100 per cent closed to traffic and you all have four spacious lanes all for participants. Coastal and skyline view awaits you as well as natural rock formations on the mountain side of the course.” … [Read more...] about Vietnamese triathlons win awards
I sense that 2020 will be an innovative year for Vietnamese progress. Certainly, the nation has very little to lose by encouraging start-ups, allowing private enterprises more room to compete alongside the state industries. But much of this topic is too big to discuss in this article so I’ll be commenting on that in another feature soon. … [Read more...] about Happy Lunar New Year from Vietnam!
The next day, tourists will have to climb down the steep entrance of Hang Va, swim in a downstream pool inside the cave before heading upstream. They will then have to walk most of the time in water flowing through the river passage, climb up and down, and squeeze between the rocks. … [Read more...] about Two caves open to visitors in national park home to Vietnam’s Son Doong