Friday, 24/11/2017 | 07:00:40
Rajat Chhabra, deputy general director of Hospitality at Flamingo Dailai, shares with Timeout his ideas about the perfect honeymoon.
The third annual AccorHotels Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship welcomes over 160 participants to Danang in Central Vietnam from 13 to 19 August 2017.
JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi has been recognized as the 1st rank in Top Ten 5 Star Hotels in Vietnam in a number of prestigious national and global awards.
Starbucks Vietnam today announces its entry into a new market in Vietnam, with the opening of the first Starbucks store in Hai Phong city, reaffirming its commitment to thoughtful and disciplined growth in Vietnam.
Justin Malcolm, general manager of Le Méridien Saigon, has announced the promotion of Robert Conte as hotel manager and Huy Nguyen, currently director of rooms, to executive assistant manager - rooms.
Phu Yen province has announced its intention to host the Miss ASEAN Friendship 2017 contest, held for the first time in Vietnam to highlight the beauty of Vietnamese and Southeast Asian cultures and traditions as well as to increase cooperation among participating countries. Nhat Ha & Le Toan reports.
Phan Dinh Phung, deputy chairman of Phu Yen People’s Committee, talked to Thanh Van about the province’s hopes for the Miss ASEAN Friendship 2017 pageant to contribute to Phu Yen’s blossoming tourism industry.
Hoai An interviews chairman of A Dong Silk Group and owner of Silk Sense Hoi An River resort, Tran Thai Do, about the culturally-influenced luxury hospitality of its new resort in the UNESCO world heritage town of Hoi An.
For many years Vietnamese cuisine has won plaudits from international diners and is a source of pride for Vietnamese people. Standing apart thanks to its distinct taste and flavour, Vietnamese gastronomy features hundreds of speciality dishes from around the country. Timeout’s Hoang Anh presents the ten best dishes from across northern, central and southern Vietnam that are most favoured by foreign visitors.
Delectable and eye-catching, exotic cuisines from across the borders are growing more popular in Vietnam, especially among younger generations. This surge in popularity of international food is contributing to an increasingly dynamic and diverse Vietnamese culinary culture. Hoang Oanh reviews.