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A Shopper’s Guide: Precita On How To Buy Gemstones In Vietnam

Buying gemstones in Vietnam, or anywhere in the world, can be a daunting task. Identifying authentic stones for the right price, and finding the...
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Truong Sa And Hoang Sa Streets: A Five Stop Foodie Guide

Hoang Sa and Truong Sa streets which flank the Nhieu Loc-Thi Nghe canal get busy at rush hour, but for the rest of the...
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Craft Beer In Vietnam: A Guide To Vietnamese Artisanal Brew

Urban legend has it that when Vietnamese draft beer arrived on the scene in the late 1800s, the reaction was so strong cashiers had to...
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Western Restaurants In Ho Chi Minh City: Five To Try

Nationwide last year, out-of-home restaurant visits in Vietnam increased to 147 annual visits per capita. As the popularity of eating out grows, competition is...
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Marou Chocolate: Saigon’s Hidden Gems That Shaped The Brand

Marou Chocolate co-founders Vincent Mourou and Samuel Maruta met in the jungle on a weekend survival course led by an ex-French foreign legionnaire. A...
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A Guide to Hanoi’s Districts: Navigating Vietnam’s Capital

Hanoi’s districts are home to an expanding population of 7.82 million. The political center boasts many well-preserved colonial buildings such as Hanoi Opera House,...
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The Warehouse Hotel Singapore: From Spice Depot To Disco To Design...

The Warehouse Hotel Singapore’s had a colorful life. It used to be a spice depot, an opium den, and later a disco. “Some Singaporeans will...
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Sports Bars In Saigon: Five Places To Watch The Big Game

Vietnam’s athletes are gaining prominence on the world stage. In 2016, the country earned its first-ever gold medal at the Olympics. And triathlete Lam...

Hoang Nam Viet’s Bohemian Guide To Nguyen Thai Binh Ward

Nguyen Thai Binh Ward is like the set of a 1950s movie shot in Saigon. The area south of Quach Thi Trang Square—a ward...

Mui Ne Anantara Resort GM Talks Tourism Potential

Mui Ne was once regarded as the “resort capital of Vietnam.” But the town has had fluctuating fortunes while facing increased pressure from other Vietnamese...