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22.5 Hours in Seoul

22.5 Hours in Seoul

A decade-long resident of South Korea, on a stopover to North America Glen Riley returned to the capital to look at it through different eyes ...

Halia Hanoi

Halia Hanoi

The Singaporean-inspired Halia is one of the few top-end restaurants on Xuan Dieu. But with so much local competition, how is it matching up? Photos by David Harris ...

Art in Singapore

Art in Singapore

A trip to the Gillman Barracks reveals what is likely the most astonishing collection of contemporary art in Southeast Asia. Words by Nick Ross. Photos by Kyle Phanroy ...

Another Burner in the Wall

Another Burner in the Wall

Though they often don’t last a week, Saigon Outcast’s artistic experiments are having a permanent effect. Words by Ed Weinberg. Photos provided by Linh Nguyen and the artists ...

The Anatomy of Success

The Anatomy of Success

To try and sort out what separates the good from the truly awful, we spoke to a man who’s been involved in the launch of several malls, including Savico Megamall in Hanoi and Phu My Hung’s Crescent Mall in Ho Chi Minh City. He’s Chris Elkin, managi...

Supersize Me

Supersize Me

For many expats living in Vietnam, finding clothes that fit can be an ongoing and sometimes emotional struggle. Hours can be spent perusing the crammed shelves of Hang Be, affectionately known as ‘Shoe Street’, in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, only to end i...

5 Tips on Preparing for Emergencies

5 Tips on Preparing for Emergencies

By global standards Vietnam is a safe place to live for foreigners — violent crime is relatively low and the sluggish traffic makes high-speed collisions rare. But accidents and medical emergencies, ranging from severe food poisoning and heart atta...

SAVA

SAVA

 

SAVA The Gourmet by Classic Fine Foods is now open. Located at 17 Tran Nao, Street 12 in District 2 the shop offers a wide range of gourmet products: premium meat and cheeses, Australian organic salad and vegetables, fish, teas and many other delicacies for children and kids.


With their weekly arrival of products from Europe and Australia, and monthly from the US, SAVA can bring the ingredients of your own country market to your doorstep. Drop by anytime from Monday to Saturday, 10am to 8pm.

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The 5 Stages of Vietnamese Architecture

The 5 Stages of Vietnamese Architecture

With all the change, destruction and reconstruction, there is a sense that Vietnam’s architectural traditions are being lost.

The Rise of the Convenience Store

The Rise of the Convenience Store

While in Hanoi they have yet to make an impact, in Saigon convenience stores are everywhere. So, have they changed the way people shop? Or is there something else at play? Words by Nick Ross

The Cycling Special: The Fitter

The Cycling Special: The Fitter

After months of chat, backchat and behind the scenes banter, Nick Ross is lucky enough to have the self-styled bamboo man, James Wolf, build a part-bamboo, part aluminium bike for him. Along with the bicycle comes the fit, an experience that is as impressive as the bicycle itself...

Reconstructing the Capital

Reconstructing the Capital

While Saigon is working on a public transport network that will transform the city, Hanoi has some solutions of its own in the works. Words by Lucy Sexton. Photos by Julie Vola

The Wordies Awards 2014: The Top Nightclubs in Vietnam

The Wordies Awards 2014: The Top Nightclubs…

Been too long since last Ladies’ Night? Up for some bad decisions and want a good excuse for having made them? Check out our judges’ selections of the best nightspots in Vietnam, and find the cure for what ails you (sobriety).

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