The Hanoi Holistic Health Guide was created for the Hanoian community to gather together the finest practitioners in the name of health and wellness.
Chilled out spaces don’t get much better than this. Tucked away from the dusty streets beyond, The Grove is a quaint and beautiful outdoor garden venue.
A Beijing-based technology start-up has launched an air quality monitor in Hanoi called the Laser Egg.
S&L’s opened just a couple of months ago, but has already become the go-to place for American comfort food in Hanoi.
Last month saw laughter come to Vietnam… Big time
Another great dining option has opened its doors along a strip that continues to grow its reputation for quality cuisine.
Get closer to nature while you sip on your morning brew at Tropical Forest Café on Tay Son. Established in January 2017, they serve teas, coffees and fresh juices, and also sell terrarium for you to decorate your work spaces with, or to send as a gift.
In an effort to support the local community, including Phu Quoc’s local vendors, Sol Beach House Resort has created a pop-up market.
It’s off Giang Vo Lake, it serves fried chicken, it’s cheaper than KFC, it delivers to your door. It’s Hat De.
The wait is finally over. Latin-inspired veteran of the Saigon bar scene La Habana has found its new home on Le Lai opposite the park across from Pham Ngu Lao. Although the venue has changed, the great drinks, food and service remain the same. Happy hour is until 8pm every day with Tiger draft (VND25,000), a selection of German beers from VND100,000 and 50% off cocktails and other drinks. Food options include tapas, paella, German sausages, schnitzels and more.