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Lancaster New City Spreads Love With Open Air Cinema This Holiday Season

by ADMIN @ Juan Manila Express

 To make the holidays more festive and entertaining, Lancaster New City, the flagship project of property developer PRO-FRIENDS, brings forth this joyful Christmas spirit as it features 2017 local blockbuster films as it started their Open Air Cinema viewing for the township homeowners and their guests. The Open Air Cinema is now on its second year […]

Getting hooked on Bun Cha in Hanoi - Jimmy Eats World

Getting hooked on Bun Cha in Hanoi - Jimmy Eats World


Jimmy Eats World

Within a week of my stay in Hanoi and I've happily devoured Bun Cha three times now. Food like this should come with a warning sign. One bowl guarantees instantly addicted.

biggest life lessons: when sh*t hits the fan, be strong and stay focused

by queenie mak @ ms travel solo

I was robbed while walking on the sidewalk of Ho Chi Minh City during the day. Two guys drove by on their motorcycle and swiped my laptop bag from my hand. I lost my laptop, mobile phone and keys to my Airbnb apartment. Luckily, I did not lose any money, credit cards or passport. And most of all, I was lucky that I was not physically harmed. the moment that it happened It happened so quickly and yet everything felt like it was in slow motion. I felt a hand grabbing my laptop bag and saw a motorcycle with two […]

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Upcoming Events (Dec. 13, 2012)

by noreply@blogger.com (Vietnam Alive) @ Vietnam Alive

HA NOI
Club presents ceremonial singing shows 
The Ca Tru Ha Noi Club is featuring regular shows every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, offering people the chance to enjoy ca tru – an ancient genre of Vietnamese chamber music – and to learn about what was once an elite form of entertainment among intellectuals in Vietnamese society. The unique genre was listed as Intangible Cultural Heritage in need of Urgent Safeguarding in 2009 by UNESCO. The one-and-a-half hour show starts at 8pm at Bich Cau Dao Quan, 14 Cat Linh Street.

Hong Kong comedy brings laughs to Hanoians
Coming from a country with a strong and developed comedy circuit, China's Hong Kong Comedy Tour will once again have their audiences in Ha Noi in stitches when they return to the capital this week for their second bout of Ha Ha Ha Noi. The first show will take place tomorrow at the House of Son Tinh, 31 Xuan Dieu St, Tay Ho District, from 8.30-10.30pm. A ticket costs VND100,000 with a free shot of Son Tinh Apricot liquor. The Hong Kong Comedy Tour will also host a show on Saturday, at 9pm at CAMA ATK, 73A Mai Hac De Street. The CAMA Soundsystem will keep the party going after the show.
Puku hosts art and music event for charity 

An art and music event raising funds for orphaned children and disadvantaged people living in Bo De Pagoda in Ha Noi will take place at Puku Cafe&Bar, 16 Tong Duy Tan Street, on Saturday, from 5-9pm. Hosted by Projects Abroad Viet Nam, the event will features several activities including an artistic workshop, art auction, raffle and live music.

Currently there are more than 200 disabled children and nearly 40 homeless people living in the pagoda.

All proceeds will be used to upgrade the water filtration system, and to offer better medical supplies for sick children, as well as to maintain a long-term educational programme for the children.
The event will start from 5pm. There is no set fee, but a voluntary donation is expected for entrance.

Ha Noi Social Club holds songwriting challenge
The Ha Noi Social Club will host a song writing competition on Saturday at 6 Hoi Vu Street. All are invited to submit their entries, which can be in any genre, from ballad to ditty to country. The rules are easy. The competition's theme is "Life in Ha Noi", the song must feature the lyric "it happened again today" and must mention one of the following places: Tay Ho, Lotteria, Phuc Tan, Ciputra, Hoan Kiem, Red River, Hang Bong, Doi Can, Water Park, Fivimart, Truc Bach, Vincom or the Mausoleum. All songs must be performed on the evening, either by the writer or a friend. The style of performance is flexible, with spoken word permitted and even metal spoon accompaniment allowed! The event will take place from 8-11pm. Free beers will be offered to competitors and there will be fun prizes to be won.

HCM CITY
Super Heroes unite at Park Hyatt Saigon
Park Hyatt Saigon's Martini Bar will host a super hero disguise party called Super Heroes Unite next Thursday.
Participants are asked to come to the party dressed as the super hero of their choice – Iron Man, Captain America, Wonder Woman Superman or others. The best costume will win a Sunday brunch in Square One and a bottle of Magnum Champagne. The heroes' night will begin at 5pm, and DJ D-ROC will perform from 9pm at 2 Lam Son Square, District 1.

Group plan Santa's suit stroll to mark Xmas
Wake Up Saigon, the group that creates events to "bring a little surrealism to daily life", will organise a walk around the HCM City in Santa's suit this Saturday to celebrate Christmas. Participants dressed up as Santa Claus will gather at the September 23 Park in District 1 at 8pm. At 9pm, Rudolph the reindeer and his sleigh will lead all the Santa Clauses in a parade through main city streets. During the event, the Saigon Dodgeball Charity will sell jello shots to raise money for orphanages.

Seasons concert honours Trinh Cong Son
A concert called Goi Ten Bon Mua (Calling the Name of Four Seasons) focusing on compositions by the late Trinh Cong Son will be held at the Hoa Binh Theatre next Saturday. Famous singers including Tuan Ngoc, Hong Nhung, My Linh and Tung Duong will perform at the show. The concert will begin at 8pm at 14, 3 Thang 2 Street in District 10.Tickets costing between VND500,000 and 3 million can booked by calling 0938002969 or 0906792663; or by logging on to www.vntiv.vn. — VNS

Halong Plaza Hotel

by upbai @ Greentourism

Good hotel near Bai Chay beach, Halong Bay that also offers tons of comfortable amenities.

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Celebration in the Oaks (and a HUGE BURGER), New Orleans

by Boots in the Oven @ Boots in the Oven

When we were in Louisiana in December, it was actually COLD. This was refreshing, as some holiday seasons it's downright balmy there, which makes it difficult to sit in front of the fireplace enjoying a nice hot cup of cocoa. (PITY US.) A couple of nights before Christmas, we all bundled up in our warm clothes and hopped in the car to check out Celebration in the Oaks. Celebration in the Oaks is a yearly lights festival that takes up acres and acres of City Park. Logan and I had never been before and were super excited to take in...

Hanoi Restaurants - Where and What to Eat in Hanoi

Hanoi Restaurants - Where and What to Eat in Hanoi


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Hanoi restaurants are plentiful and discovering its burgeoning culinary scene is the next best thing to do after a day of sightseeing and shopping. Found within Old Quarter’s narrow alleyways and bustling street markets, Chinese and French styles have mixed with Vietnam’s plentiful native crops and amazing

a solo traveller's guide to: hanoi, vietnam - ms travel solo

a solo traveller's guide to: hanoi, vietnam - ms travel solo


ms travel solo

Hanoi is one of those cities that has everything. The ancient capital is famous for its delicious cuisine, exciting nightlife, and preserved colonial buildings lining the busy streets of Old Quarter. And not to mention the overwhelming amount of cars and motorcycles everywhere! Crossing the street is an activity in itself! Whether you are travelling from north to south or vice versa, Hanoi is a must on any itinerary for Vietnam! why hanoi is great for a solo female traveller Hanoi is considered to be a safe city for solo female travellers. Whether you are roaming around the city during the …

Hot Breads, Austin (Northwest)

by Boots in the Oven @ Boots in the Oven

Oh my glarb, you guys, we've been so sick here! The Mother of All Colds set up residence in Logan's lungs, and then jumped to mine after a week. Lo, the house has echoed these many days with the racking coughs of an unhappy couple. Basically, it's been disgusting here for, like, three weeks, and we are SO ready to be DONE. A couple of weekends ago, we were really feeling something comforting. And the dish we find most comforting on the weekends is Hot Breads' pesarattu upma. Hot Bread's version is a dosa, or Indian crepe, made from a...

Exciting news!

by Boots in the Oven @ Boots in the Oven

This will be a slightly different announcement than you're perhaps used to with this blog. (That's American Thanksgiving for our Canadian friends.) Yes! We're having a baby girl! I'm due November 29th, the Saturday after Thanksgiving. So far all is well, though definitely strange. April was... tough. May was slightly better. And now I have a bit of a bump and am feeling good! We've also bought a house, though we won't be moving in until mid-August. There's a lot of change around here! I'm hoping to start posting a bit more now that the news is out. We went...

Bun Cha Nem Cua Be Dac Kim

Bun Cha Nem Cua Be Dac Kim


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A Brief Stop in Philadelphia – For a Philly Cheesesteak

by Jimmy @

Philadelphia was a place that was bookmarked as part of my roadtrip. Most visitors come to run up the steps made famous in the movie, Rocky as well as see the famous statue. Personally, I came for the Philly cheese steak. As … Read all about it!

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a solo traveller’s guide to: hoi an, vietnam

by queenie mak @ ms travel solo

I am in love with Hoi An! My first visit to this memorable town was three years ago. I remember the dimmed lanterns lining the streets, wonderful aromas from restaurants and the friendly people. I knew I love this town as soon as I arrived. Compared to Hue, Hoi An is a well-preserved town with centuries-old architecture that is still intact today. The blend of Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese design style created a unique combination of aesthetics that is one of a kind. As one of the busiest trading ports in Southeast Asia, Hoi An was attracting foreigners like the […]

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a solo traveller’s guide to: hue, vietnam

by queenie mak @ ms travel solo

Planning a three-week itinerary in Vietnam was somewhat tricky because of all the things there is to do. Initially, we were going to visit the north (Hanoi, Sapa, Halong Bay), south (Ho Chi Minh City, Mui Ne) and check out Phu Quoc’s beautiful white sand beaches and blue water, and skip out the entire central region. However, I don’t feel that a complete Vietnam trip would exclude Hoi An and Hue. Sorry Phu Quoc, will have to catch you next time! Pronounced ‘hway’, this ancient city was the capital of Vietnam for 150 years which explains the royal culture and […]

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Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

by upbai @ Greentourism

A 4.5 stars hotel that is close to the metro and taxi stations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The post Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur appeared first on Greentourism.

Bun Cha Nem Cua Be Dac Kim

Bun Cha Nem Cua Be Dac Kim


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A Bun Cha and Nem restaurant in the Old Quarter.

a solo traveller’s guide to: halong bay, vietnam

by queenie mak @ ms travel solo

Halong Bay is truly magical! From the emerald water to the limestone islands, every view is breathtaking.  With 1969 islands and islets scattered in the Gulf of Tonkin, tourists from all over the world make their way to this part of the world to experience the natural beauty of Northern Vietnam. Whether you go only go there for the day or join a multi-day trip, cruising the islands is the best way to experience Halong Bay and must be on your itinerary! why halong bay is great for a female solo traveller It can’t get any safer than being on […]

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Paradise Suites Hotel, Halong

by upbai @ Greentourism

Top hotels in Halong Bay, Quang Ninh area in terms of services and staffs.

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Điều gì làm nên sức hấp dẫn của bún chả Hà Nội?

Điều gì làm nên sức hấp dẫn của bún chả Hà Nội?


Báo Thanh Niên

Không khó khăn để tìm ra một quán bún chả ở Hà Nội, dù là ở bất cứ ngõ ngách nào. Sức sống lâu bền của món ăn này đã chứng tỏ rằng, đây là một trong những tinh túy của ẩm thực Hà Thành.

An unexpected dining experience in Saigon.

by Jimmy @

“Is this a restaurant or somebody’s home?” I asked a stranger inside as I stood at the apartment doorway. He looked at me oddly and replied that it indeed was somebody’s home. From the sounds of the conversations echoing from inside, deep down, … Read all about it!

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An exploration of Vietnamese Food from North to the South

by Jimmy @

Vietnamese food is simple, yet exciting and loved by millions around the world – me especially. After the first year of travel primarily through Latin America, I felt that I should spend the majority of the second year in the country of my heritage. What I … Read all about it!

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Singapore Airlines Kicks Off Showcase And Travel Fair 5th Edition

by ADMIN @ Juan Manila Express

 A bigger and better Singapore Airlines Showcase and Travel Fair 2018 is expected to bring more excitements and great travel deals when the fifth installment of its Showcase and Travel Fair, together with its regional wing, SilkAir, and in partnership with BPI, Ayala Malls, Globe Platinum, Singapore Tourism Board, and Changi Airport Group, start this 26 to 28 January […]

Ngắm nhìn 12 con phố tuyệt đẹp trên khắp thế giới

by Ly Nguyen @ Wanderlust Tips

Du khách có lẽ thường chỉ biết tới những thành phố xinh đẹp, thế nhưng đơn vị nhỏ hơn là những khu phố thì sao? Càng khám phá sâu hơn các thành phố chúng ta càng có thêm nhiều bất ngờ thú vị. Dưới đây là tổng hợp những con phố đầy thú vị trên […]

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WOLO Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur

by upbai @ Greentourism

Excellent accommodation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia that has amazing architecture.

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Goodbye, Liz

by Boots in the Oven @ Boots in the Oven

Family and friends said goodbye to our cousin Liz today in Tallahassee, Florida. Liz was the wife of Logan's cousin, Dusty. She was born and raised in Chicagoland (like me), moved to the South for college (like me), met a charismatic Southern man (like me), and decided to remain in the South (like me). They were married in 2004 (like us). They had two completely charming little blonde daughters, and Liz went back to graduate school. Logan and I were only lucky enough to meet Liz a few times, at family gatherings, but she was always so kind and sweet,...

Caviar – Vàng đen trên bàn tiệc

by Phương Chi @ Wanderlust Tips

Caviar từ lâu đã được xem là món ăn biểu tượng của sự xa hoa, là “viên ngọc trai đen” nổi bật trên mọi bàn tiệc. Món ăn hảo hạng này sẽ còn hoàn hảo hơn khi thưởng thức cùng rượu Vodka Beluga. Caviar hay trứng cá đen được khai thác từ cá tầm, được […]

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Jibaritos at La Bomba, Chicago

by Boots in the Oven @ Boots in the Oven

For Mother's Day, we made a SUPERDEEDUPER quick trip through Chicago. One of these days we'll have to get up there for a more extended visit, but this time work got in the way and it was not to be. We celebrated Mother's Day at the Parthenon in Greektown, which has been the site of lots of family gatherings since before I was born. Before Greektown, though, DJ, CB, Logan and I went out for Puerto Rican food. The plan had actually been to go to Hot Doug's, which had just announced that they'd be closing in the fall. This...

Sa Pa, Hội An là 2/10 điểm đến được yêu thích nhất Đông Nam Á

by Thu Hoai @ Wanderlust Tips

Mới đây, trang du lịch Roughguides vừa công bố danh sách top 10 điểm đến được yêu thích nhất Đông Nam Á năm 2018 do độc giả bình chọn. Trong đó Việt Nam có 2 cái tên góp mặt là Sa Pa và Hội An. Cụ thể, Roughguides giới thiệu Sa Pa là thị trấn […]

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Exciting news!

by Boots in the Oven @ Boots in the Oven

This will be a slightly different announcement than you're perhaps used to with this blog. (That's American Thanksgiving for our Canadian friends.) Yes! We're having a baby girl! I'm due November 29th, the Saturday after Thanksgiving. So far all is well, though definitely strange. April was... tough. May was slightly better. And now I have a bit of a bump and am feeling good! We've also bought a house, though we won't be moving in until mid-August. There's a lot of change around here! I'm hoping to start posting a bit more now that the news is out. We went...

a solo traveller’s guide to: sapa, vietnam

by queenie mak @ ms travel solo

One of my best memories of travelling in Vietnam was hiking through Sapa. The region has the beautiful landscape where rice terraces go on forever and cascading mountains layer in the background. I can see why Sapa is so attractive to hikers from all over as there are many trails zigzag through the staggered rice terraces. And it should be part of anyone’s itinerary! why sapa is great for a solo female traveller Solo female travellers can easily get to Sapa via overnight train from Hanoi. The journey is safe as you will not be travelling alone on the train. […]

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Shakey’s 2018 Meal Deal Is The Reason Why You’ll Enjoy Your Favorite Pizza This Time Of The Year

by ADMIN @ Juan Manila Express

 You’ll realize how lucky you can get when you avail Shakey’s hottest 2018 Meal Deal. A promo that is coming back from last year, Shakey’s 2018 Meal Deal will save you more than half the price of what you’ll be getting for the price of P2,018 only. Get two large Thin Crust pizzas, two platters of pasta, ten […]

Hot Breads, Austin (Northwest)

by Boots in the Oven @ Boots in the Oven

Oh my glarb, you guys, we've been so sick here! The Mother of All Colds set up residence in Logan's lungs, and then jumped to mine after a week. Lo, the house has echoed these many days with the racking coughs of an unhappy couple. Basically, it's been disgusting here for, like, three weeks, and we are SO ready to be DONE. A couple of weekends ago, we were really feeling something comforting. And the dish we find most comforting on the weekends is Hot Breads' pesarattu upma. Hot Bread's version is a dosa, or Indian crepe, made from a...

a solo traveller’s guide to: mui ne, vietnam

by queenie mak @ ms travel solo

The first time I heard of Mui Ne was seeing a photo of Fairy Stream on Instagram. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw all the images of this part of Vietnam. It is so different from anywhere else in the country and anywhere else in this world! Undoubtedly something like this doesn’t exist, but it does. Located in southeast Vietnam, Mui Ne is about five hours (by bus) east of Ho Chi Minh City and about five hours (by bus) just south of Nha Trang. Since we decided to travel from north to south in Vietnam, and we […]

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Fourteen Reasons Why I Love Vietnam

by Jimmy @

This is the second successive year that I’ve returned to Vietnam. The first stint lasted nearly nine months that took me from the north to south; with my recently stay only lasting a quick two months. What can I say – I just love the place! Vietnam is a popular … Read all about it!

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Báo điện tử VTV News - Đài Truyền Hình Việt Nam | VTV.vn

Báo điện tử VTV News - Đài Truyền Hình Việt Nam | VTV.vn


BAO DIEN TU VTV

Mời độc giả đón đọc tin tức thời sự về chính trị, kinh tế, đời sống, xã hội, pháp luật, thể thao, văn hoá, giải trí... Xem truyền hình trực tuyến, TV Online các kênh VTV trên Internet.

Celebration in the Oaks (and a HUGE BURGER), New Orleans

by Boots in the Oven @ Boots in the Oven

When we were in Louisiana in December, it was actually COLD. This was refreshing, as some holiday seasons it's downright balmy there, which makes it difficult to sit in front of the fireplace enjoying a nice hot cup of cocoa. (PITY US.) A couple of nights before Christmas, we all bundled up in our warm clothes and hopped in the car to check out Celebration in the Oaks. Celebration in the Oaks is a yearly lights festival that takes up acres and acres of City Park. Logan and I had never been before and were super excited to take in...

5 địa chỉ ăn bún chả ngon nhất Hà Nội | Wanderlust Tips

5 địa chỉ ăn bún chả ngon nhất Hà Nội | Wanderlust Tips


Wanderlust Tips

(#wanderlusttips #HaNoi) Bún chả là một trong những món ắn được Tổng thống Mỹ Barack Obama lựa chọn khi tới thăm và làm việc tại Hà Nội. Nếu có dịp ghé thăm thủ đô vào một ngày gần nhất, hãy dừng chân thưởng thức món ăn bình dị ở những địa chỉ “vàng” này nhé! 1. …

Vinpearl Ha Long Bay Resort

by upbai @ Greentourism

Amazing and easily the best resorts in Halong Bay, Quang Ninh.

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a solo traveller’s guide to: ninh binh, vietnam

by queenie mak @ ms travel solo

When I was researching for our three-week itinerary for Vietnam, Ninh Binh always shows up as one of the top attractions. And it couldn’t be further from the truth. Even though Ninh Binh is not as well known as other famous places in Vietnam, it has a lot of things travellers are looking for especially if you want to see the unspoiled parts of Vietnam. Also known as “Halong Bay on Land”, Ninh Binh truly lives up to its reputation. With many limestone mountains, green rice fields, serene rivers and rural villages, Ninh Binh is truly idyllic. Visitors can enjoy activities […]

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Monthly Update: Saigon – January 2016

by Jimmy @

Holy shit! Where did 2015 go? It feels like the past five months have been quite the whirlwind. You may notice that I’ve been super lazy in making any attempt at making updates here as well as my other blog. I’ve spent the … Read all about it!

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Di sản Thành nhà Hồ miễn phí tham quan trong dịp Tết Mậu Tuất 2018

by Thu Hoai @ Wanderlust Tips

Thành nhà Hồ – di sản văn hóa thế giới được Unesco công nhận sẽ miễn phí tham quan cho du khách trong dịp Tết Nguyên đán Mậu Tuất 2018. Cụ thể, Đại diện Trung tâm Bảo tồn Di sản Thành nhà Hồ (tỉnh Thanh Hóa) cho biết, từ ngày 15-17/2 tới (tức ngày 30, […]

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The Road Trip Across America – #JimmyEatsAmerica

by Jimmy @

“A ship is always safe at the shore – but that is not what it is built for.” ― Albert Einstein I’ve just reached a three month milestone in Sydney, where I haven’t had to jump on to a long distance plane, … Read all about it!

The post The Road Trip Across America – #JimmyEatsAmerica appeared first on Jimmy Eats World.

Goodbye, Liz

by Boots in the Oven @ Boots in the Oven

Family and friends said goodbye to our cousin Liz today in Tallahassee, Florida. Liz was the wife of Logan's cousin, Dusty. She was born and raised in Chicagoland (like me), moved to the South for college (like me), met a charismatic Southern man (like me), and decided to remain in the South (like me). They were married in 2004 (like us). They had two completely charming little blonde daughters, and Liz went back to graduate school. Logan and I were only lucky enough to meet Liz a few times, at family gatherings, but she was always so kind and sweet,...

Jibaritos at La Bomba, Chicago

by Boots in the Oven @ Boots in the Oven

For Mother's Day, we made a SUPERDEEDUPER quick trip through Chicago. One of these days we'll have to get up there for a more extended visit, but this time work got in the way and it was not to be. We celebrated Mother's Day at the Parthenon in Greektown, which has been the site of lots of family gatherings since before I was born. Before Greektown, though, DJ, CB, Logan and I went out for Puerto Rican food. The plan had actually been to go to Hot Doug's, which had just announced that they'd be closing in the fall. This...

a solo traveller’s guide to: hanoi, vietnam

by queenie mak @ ms travel solo

Hanoi is one of those cities that has everything. The ancient capital is famous for its delicious cuisine, exciting nightlife, and preserved colonial buildings lining the busy streets of Old Quarter. And not to mention the overwhelming amount of cars and motorcycles everywhere! Crossing the street is an activity in itself! Whether you are travelling from north to south or vice versa, Hanoi is a must on any itinerary for Vietnam! why hanoi is great for a solo female traveller Hanoi is considered to be a safe city for solo female travellers. Whether you are roaming around the city during the […]

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Around the world in eighteen nem

Around the world in eighteen nem


vietnamnews.vn

Nem n Nem, a new spring roll restaurant in Ha Noi, takes a playful, pan- Asian approach to a street food favourite. Sara Schapiro takes a bite.

Hương Liên - Bún Chả - Nem Cua Bể ở Hà Nội

Hương Liên - Bún Chả - Nem Cua Bể ở Hà Nội


Foody

Hương Liên - Bún Chả & Nem Cua Bể - Bún Chả Obama - Quán ăn - Hà Nội tại 24 Lê Văn Hưu, Quận Hai Bà Trưng, Hà Nội. Giá bình quân đầu người 40.000đ - 60.000đ

Skies To Get Lit For The 22nd Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta

by ADMIN @ Juan Manila Express

 It’s the time of the year once again when visitors start to travel to the North to watch another fun-filled spectacular sky show in Clark, Pampanga. Happening on February 8-11, 2018, skies will be filled with exciting air shows for the 22nd Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta. The Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is […]

I say hungry, you say bun cha!

I say hungry, you say bun cha!


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Bun cha a moment before…..and a moment after. 30.000 vnd for a solid portion of juicy, grilled meat, bun noodles and herbs.|pl|Na moje oko mieszkańcy Hanoi na równi z pho kochają bun cha. Wędrując...

Mách bạn 8 mẹo ăn uống như người bản địa khi đi du lịch Hàn Quốc

by Thu Hoai @ Wanderlust Tips

Mỗi quốc gia trên thế giới đều có những phong tục truyền thống, quy tắc ăn uống khác nhau và người Hàn Quốc cũng không ngoại lệ. Văn hoá trong bữa ăn của người Hàn Quốc vừa mang đặc trưng của các nước phương Đông vừa có những nét riêng biệt độc đáo. Dưới đây […]

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Celebrating Tet in Saigon

by Jimmy @

As a child, every year we always celebrated Tet (Vietnamese Lunar New Year) as it was the most important date in the yearly calendar. It was also be a date that I would dread yet enjoy at the same time. The day would start my … Read all about it!

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a solo traveller’s guide to: ho chi minh city, vietnam

by queenie mak @ ms travel solo

I was in Ho Chi Minh City back in 2007, and the city seemed simpler and more pedestrian. Ten years later, modern skyscrapers are popping up everywhere, and construction cranes dominate the sky. Visitors go to Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon, to see war relics from Vietnam War and the French colonial architecture influences all over the city. And sampling Southern Vietnamese cuisine is high on everyone’s list. Meanwhile, traffic is in complete chaos and yet there is some sort organization where cars, motorcycles and pedestrian can coexisting. The combination of the different sights and sounds can […]

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Why That Voice From The Last Transmission Aboard USS Callister Must Not Be Missed

by ADMIN @ Juan Manila Express

 Spoilert! Before we continue, we presumed that you have seen, at least, Black Mirror Season 4 Episode 1 “USS Callister”, and if you did, you can go on finishing this article. If you haven’t, play it on Netflix first. Okay, so we got you with our title. We’re not going to tell you more about […]

the ultimate three-week itinerary for vietnam

by queenie mak @ ms travel solo

I love to travel solo! But when a friend of mine suggested we travel to Vietnam together, I was overjoyed and couldn’t wait to plan the perfect trip for us! The itinerary has a lot of different activities. There are hikes, caves, boats, cruise, beaches, sand dunes, towns and cities. We decided it would be best for us to travel from north to south. The idea is to fly into one city and fly out of another, so we do not have to backtrack. Even though this was not a solo trip, the details of this itinerary can be customized […]

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Bun Cha in Vietnam - Greentourism

Bun Cha in Vietnam - Greentourism


Greentourism

Possibly the most delicious food available to Vietnamese people, bun cha is the lunch of choice all over Hanoi. >> 5 Dishes You Should Try in Laos The ingredients Pork patties and slices of pork belly are grilled over hot coals and served with fish sauce, tangy vinegar, sugar and lime, which, when combined, creates a

What You Need To Know About The Hosts And The Golden Globe Statuette Of The 75th Golden Globe Awards

by ADMIN @ Juan Manila Express

 75th Golden Globe Awards is fast approaching and will happen in just a few days. Here are some interesting facts about the highly anticipated awards show, and some celebrities, just in time before you take that seat and watch the upcoming annual award. The 75th Golden Globe Awards will broadcast LIVE from the U.S., on 8 January, Monday, 9AM on Blue Ant Entertainment. […]

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