Eco-boutique Anupa has a new line of big cushions created by Age of Reason Studios and made 100% in the UK.
Bia Tay – Ta, the ‘posh bia hoi’ on To Ngoc Van has undergone an extensive revamp over the New Year.
Following the signing of a partnership with Singaporean real estate giant CapitaLand, Hanoi-based Toong will open its first ever Ho Chi Minh City coworking space in CapitaLand’s newest upcoming mall, The Oxygen in District 2. The space will offer convenient access to modern amenities and a range of services on site.
Professional ballerina Elise Roper is offering ballet classes to students of all levels, from four-year-olds to adults. Elise spent most of her career with the world-renowned Paris Opera Ballet Company, dancing professionally with the company for 13 years. She has had the privilege of being directed by some of the industry’s great masters including Rudolf Nureyev, Maurice Bejart and Patrick Dupont. She has been teaching adults and children in France for the past 15 years, and can’t wait to share her knowledge and passion with students in Ho Chi Minh City.
Installed in the front yard of Uncle Bills, Gusto is a pizza corner offering fresh pizza by the 18cm x 9cm slice. The dough is natural with no preservatives or chemicals and 100% sugar and fat free.
Dzo. So there’s a new bar in town, a new cocktail bar in the Eastin Grand Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City’s Phu Nhuan.
Set up by an expat in Hanoi who was tired of paying more than the locals do, Arrowprice is a price comparison website, aimed at giving you the best deal for your money on all things food and drink.
The Hanoi Zine Library is a free arts library project that was created to give people in Vietnam access to the types of cool international arts-and-culture materials that are often only locally available on the internet. These small, creator-made books about niche interests have been donated overseas and carried over in people’s spare luggage allowance. This is the only dedicated space for the medium in Vietnam.
In January, Jetstar announced direct services connecting Ho Chi Minh City with Australia’s two largest cities — Sydney and Melbourne. The new service aims to continue the large growth in two-way travel between Vietnam and Australia.