Set in an early 20th century French villa, Ly Club takes its name from the Ly Dynasty, one of Vietnam’s most glorious periods of cultural and artistic development between 1009 and 1225.
Located on the 26th and 27th floors of the A&B Tower (76A Le Lai, Q1), Chill Skybar is the city’s newest rooftop bar, lounge and restaurant offering wines, beers and cocktails, international cuisine and spectacular panoramic views of the city.
Owned by a Portuguese national and his Vietnamese wife, Lisboa Café, the first Portuguese restaurant in Vietnam, has opened its doors. Located at 119 Cong Quynh in District 1, the restaurant offers authentic Portuguese wines and cuisine such as bras style cod, stone soup and barbecued chicken at prices ranging from VND35,000 to VND300,000.
A new Mine Action Visitor Center set up by Project RENEW in Quang Tri Province has opened providing travellers to the DMZ area with a look at the wartime history of this area, one of the most heavily bombed places in the world.