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Notes from Another City - Entry 3: Danang, Why?

  My boss and I were discussing the upcoming holiday.

Bangkok in Squares

Thailand’s biggest city through a lens

Klasik Coffee Roasters

Nestled on the street corner between Mac Thi Buoi and Phan Van Dat, from the streetfront Klasik Coffee Roasters looks simple and modest. Yet walk inside and the space is equipped with classic French-style chairs and tables in harmony with the conte...

La Habana

A 12-year veteran of the Saigon scene, La Habana maintains its charming, Spanish-terrace-inspired premises in District 1. Any night of the week, just off the main drag of Hai Ba Trung and along Cao Ba Quat, you’ll hear live music floating from its ...

Panam’

Fancy a crepe anyone? Our mystery diner certainly did when they headed to Truong Han Sieu for a taste of Brittany’s best-known dish. Photos by Julie Vola ...

Le Corto

I’ve eaten at Le Corto three times, the first two times with the owners. On the third occasion I went unannounced with a friend. What I was told before turned out to be correct; thanks to their reasonably priced set lunch (VND180,000 for two course...

Night and Day at the Flower Market  

Jesse Meadows has found a new place to hang out in Hanoi — the oasis that is the flower market on Au Co ...

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The Prodigy Cometh

It’s time to stop moaning about Saigon’s supposedly underwhelming live music scene because Leeroy Thornhill, a former founding member of British rave-punk titans The Prodigy, is coming to town this month.

 

Hitting Lush (2 Ly Tu Trong, Q1) on Saturday, Mar. 3, expect a high-energy DJ set of nu-skool breaks, hip-hop, jungle and the odd pop mash-up. Turn to Live In Saigon for a full preview of this event here.

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