Hub Hoi An is the town’s first and only coworking space, run by Sarah Kuhlemann, she was inspired to open Hub after visiting similar coworking spaces in Bali, Bangkok and Chiang Mai: “My vision is to create a collaborative space in Hoi An where remote workers, traveling freelancers and Hoi An expats can achieve their professional goals while making friends”.
As part of its gradual coverage of the region, Vietjet Air will launch a new international route from Hanoi to Yangon in Myanmar with tickets priced from only VND205,000. The new route will commence operation on Aug. 31, 2017 and will run daily.
Burger Bar of Pullman Saigon Centre is offering a nacho challenge this May, in which a 1m long board of nachos will be free for those who can finish it within 15 minutes or will be charged at VND699,000 including drinks.
Since their first vessels hit Saigon’s waterways in 2003, Bonsai Cruises have been known for their unique ambience, quality service and stylish, authentic cuisine. Customers are transported to a world of authenticity that honours Ancient Saigon, times long ago forgotten and a proud Saigon heritage of local artisans, chefs and ships builders.
International School Ho Chi Minh City (ISHCMC) hosted a Discovery Fair in mid-April to showcase their new Early Explorer and Kindergarten learning areas, which feature facilities for a safe learning environment for young students.
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.