• The Slow Train to Lang Son

    Set on the border amidst dramatic limestone karsts, Lang Son is often relegated to the status of border town. It’s anything but. Julie Vola retraces some well-worn train tracks to the outer reaches of northern Vietnam Read More
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    After indulging in too many festive pleasures, Katie Jacobs decided that it was time to get fit again. For seven cold Hanoi days she tried a different activity — a different day, a different type of exercise. Here’s what’s happened. Photos by David Harris Read More
  • Mystery Diner Hanoi: Namaste

    When the Miele Guide recently named Namaste one of the top five restaurants in Vietnam, we asked ourselves was the title justified? Now that the restaurant has moved to a new location, the time seemed ripe to find out. Photos by David Harris Read More
  • Finding InSPAration in Hanoi

    Whether you find yourself arguing with a xe om driver or the rooster outside your window won’t stop crowing, a spa day offers a rare chance for relaxation in the hectic Vietnamese capital. Elisabeth Rosen finds the best places for a few hours of tranquility: four spas, four different budgets, Read More
  • The Other Side of Town

    Too many of us tend to stay in District 1, Saigon South or An Phu. So what else is out there in Ho Chi Minh City? Heather Momyer gives the rundown on five places to visit in District 10. Photos by Kyle Phanroy and Francis Xavier Read More
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    In a joint effort from Saigon Outcast, McSorley’s and O Dau? Montréal-based genre-bender Dirty Beaches is coming to Saigon Outcast

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    With the Hung Kings’ Festival, Easter, Liberation Day and Labour Day all coming up, you might be wondering how to

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    We all can agree that the ‘world is not enough’, but only Outcast and McSorley’s are putting their Bond where

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    Bookworm Too of Hanoi’s bibliophilic fame is celebrating the delicious with Helmut Taferner’s tasty roundup of healthy alternatives to traditional

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    Our April cat of the month takes his name from the first bungee jumper, A.J. Hackett. Unfortunately A.J. didn’t have

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    A plane crash, loss and a lifelong dream

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    A jungle in the heart of the city. Photo by David Harris

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  • Opening the Door +

    Secrecy provides a competitive advantage, but it doesn’t drive the greater good

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  • The Poet +

    For US Children’s Poet Laureate Kenn Nesbitt, waking up at 7am for a day of work means something much different

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Travel

  • The Slow Train to Lang Son +

    Set on the border amidst dramatic limestone karsts, Lang Son is often relegated to the status of border town. It’s

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  • The Group Holiday +

    With careful planning, a random pre-Tet weekend ended up in a trip to the Laneway Festival in Singapore. Ed Weinberg

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  • Penguins, Seals and an Echidna +

    If you’re travelling to Melbourne, then there’s one excursion not to be missed — Phillip Island. Just two hours south of

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  • The Bikers’ Guide to the North Thai Switchback Mountains +

    Ed Weinberg — aka ‘Miami Twice’ — hits Thailand’s highest mountain range alongside his six fellow ‘Ratpackers’, in custom-tailored suits, with a

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    Villa Song Saigon

    Take the Saigon River, put a villa on its edge and then transform it into a boutique hotel. It’s a

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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.

Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information.

 

 

 

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Columns

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    Xuan Chieu

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    When I was a working journalist it was drummed into our heads that “If it bleeds, it leads.” This means

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