Wondering where to put your folks up when they’re in the capital? Well, a new, ten-bedroom boutique hotel has opened up on Hang Da, Hanoi, following in the footsteps of its sister hotel on Au Trieu.
Backed by the Chilean Embassy in Hanoi, discover the first Chilean restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City at the aptly named Chile House (42 BIS Tran Quoc Thao, Q3). Set with simple décor and boasting over 70 dishes with prices ranging from VND40,000 to VND240,000, this new eatery is sure to attract gastronomes.
The talented chefs and owners behind Italian eatery Pendolasco have opened up a gourmet shop in District 2 called Pendo Gourmet Shop (83 Thao Dien, Q2) that features Italian specialities like homemade pasta (ravioli, gnocchi, lasagne, tagliatelle), homemade Italian pastry, Italian wines and other products imported from Italy.
A new addition to the housing market, Apato specialises in only providing 15 to 30sqm rooms for rent with all furniture, utilities and daily service for their clients. They can also customise rooms to meet tenants’ needs.
Sophie's Art Tour is the latest addition to the city’s cultural scene. Working with renowned researchers, artists, gallery owners and curators, the tour takes a closer look at the major social, political and historical shifts in 20th and 21st century Vietnam through the eyes of artists.