Comedy lovers and hecklers get ready. After a short but well-needed hiatus, Saigon International Comedy is returning to Ho Chi Minh City on Wednesday Mar. 18 with a great, post St. Patrick’s Day line-up.
Tet’s just finished, March is slowly winding into gear and you can tell that we’re clutching at straws when we’re about to report a rumour. But sometimes rumours might quite be true, especially when you hear them from the horse’s mouth (sic).
According to a recent article on supercompressor.com, of the top 50 most-visited tourist destinations in the world, Vietnam sells the cheapest beer.
In a new ranking just released at the end of January, Ho Chi Minh City has been placed among the top world cities for growth and investment potential.
Architectural competition entries for the design of the new Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee complex - the city hall and the area around it - have been narrowed down to a short list of 12 designs. These are presently on display at HCMC Exhibition House (92 Le Thanh Ton, Q1, HCMC).
Unstandardised design technologies are to blame for the frequent problems afflicting the Asia Gateway Pacific (AAG) internet cable system which connects Vung Tau to Hong Kong, according to the General Director of FPT Telecom, Nguyen Van Khoa.
Five years after the first electric cars aka golf carts were brought into Hanoi to, erm, cart tourists around the clogged up streets of the city’s Old Quarter, so in April Ho Chi Minh City is also going to get the golf cart makeover.
The New York Times recently named its top “52 Places to Go in 2015”. Headlining the list were perennial travel meccas Milan, Cuba, and Philadelphia (wait…what?), but #43 will likely inspire the most applause in Vietnam.