As December approaches, some of us from northern climates may miss the changing of the seasons and the anticipation of the coming holiday season.
Anupa Boutique has put together a special Christmas collection that according to Anupa herself has been inspired by ‘Dear Santa’.
Feeling festive? Here’s what to do this Christmas in the capital
Because it’s that time of the year when a lot of minds become gift-focused, we’d like to present a few items from the print trade that may hit the mark.
It’s hard to believe that it’s that time of year again already. Christmas in Saigon is quite a spectacle, with Saigonese fully embracing the commercial spirit of the festive season.
On Saturday Dec. 4, the Parent Teacher Group at the British International School will be holding their Annual Christmas Bazaar.
Our celestial being of the month is the one and only Santa Claus, who’s been ladling out the presents and occasionally getting drunk on a Santa pub crawl since the days when you still believed in him! Word is here to confirm that he’s real — and here he (or she) is, getting real. Photo by Kyle Phanroy
Vietnam has its very own, slightly unique way of celebrating Christmas.
Celebrate the holidays this year
If you’re wondering when Christmas starts in Ho Chi Minh City, mark this date. The 2nd edition of the Spirit of Christmas fair is in town on Saturday Dec. 6 in the luxurious digs of Villa Song, where there will be magic, kids’ art workshops, a cooking contest, fashion and a silent auction taking place.