It’s only just finished, right? Yes, the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix took place only in September, but that doesn’t mean you can’t ready yourself for next year’s installment on Sep. 18 to Sep. 20, 2015.
Windsurf Vietnam is swapping the waves for the sand for their fourth beach volley tournament in sunny Mui Ne on Jul. 5. Taking place at Fullmoon Village, both individual and company teams will dole out their best dives, sets and spikes for bragging rights and a few great prizes.
Beachside bar Pogo has long held it down on the Mui Ne strip, but after seven years cold chillin’ they’ve decided it’s time for a refresh. The Relaunch party is kicking off summer with some free food and drink specials, and an all-night party courtesy of DJs Nic Ford, Dan Lo and Global B.
June is a big month for Vietnam, for everybody. Theatre, stand-up comedy, live music and beach parties are taking over the calendar this month, and we couldn't be happier about it. Here's our roundup of the five best events to kick off in June.
There’s a whole year to sit behind your desk, refreshing Facebook and shuffling papers. But in March, the Ta Lai Trophy’s — formerly Madagui Trophy — Corporate Challenge demands your attention, desk jockeys. Ride your mountain bikes through the tough jungle terrain of Cat Tien National Park, navigate circuitous rivers by kayak and breaststroke and stomp some leeches in the jungle run. The quadrathlon is only open to 33 companies, sending two of their fittest competitors each. Prove that your year of paperwork hasn’t made you soft.
Air France is offering stunning fares if purchased from Aug 13 to Sept 10, with drastically reduced fares for flights from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to Paris and Europe.
Embark on a journey and experience the joy of returning to your self as you get in touch with what your heart most desires — for you to connect deeply with yourself, others and nature.
This fifth installment of the annual Salsa on the Beach excursions will be hitting the Royal Resort in Quy Nhon this Sep. 20 to Sep. 23. It’s not all salsa, it’s more about the ‘salsa lifestyle’, with plenty of beach time and a mandatory Hawaiian shirt-type dress code for the salsa party at the centre of it all.
The Central tourist hub has many qualities, but one of its most endearing is its monthly lantern festival, celebrated on the 14th day of each lunar month.