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Exploring Vietnamese Culture at the Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon

Saigon’s Central Post Office, while often erroneously credited to French architect Gustave Eifel, was actually designed by Marie-Alfred Foulhoux at the end of the 19th century.

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L’Usine Introduces New Menu Catering to Adventurous Palates

Succulent chicken ensconced in light, crispy buttermilk batter harmonizes with crunchy kale and cashew slaw with sriracha mayo for a complex balance of spicy, rich and subtly nutty flavors.

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Finding Seclusion at Boutique Mia Resort in Nha Trang

Nha Trang has been a favorite weekend getaway for Saigoneers for decades thanks to its sweeping beaches, blue waters, cool climate and fresh seafood.

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Bold, Unabashedly Hipster Brunch at The Other Place

It’s not often that one witnesses the emergence of an entirely new cuisine, but that is precisely what is happening in Australia right now.

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From the Silk Road to your Table: Dim Sum’s Long Journey to Li Bai

Two thousand years ago, the Silk Road enabled merchants to lead caravans laden with rare fabrics, tea, spices, paper and jewels from one end of the known world to the other.

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Take a Tour of Italian Pasta at ‘NAMO

‘NAMO Italian brings authentic flavors and traditions to guests in the heart of Saigon.

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Exploring Japanese Lifestyles in Vietnam

A chorus of irasshaimase, Japanese for welcome, greets guests as the building’s traditional shōji door slides shut, obscuring all views and feelings of Saigon.

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SOHY Celebrates First Birthday in Epic Style

On a recent Friday evening, some of Saigon’s most glamorous people gathered in District 1 for a night to remember. Heavy rain had threatened to put a damper on the proceedings but, as if by fate, the skies completely cleared as SOHY kicked off its epic 1st birthday celebration. A full moon rose over the city, and the party began.

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Experience Historic Saigon Coffee Culture at Ca Phe Co Ba

A bright yellow wall lined with old black and white photos of Saigon’s Opera House, Notre-Dame Cathedral, some bustling street vendors and a long-gone casino leads up to Ca Phe Co Ba.

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New Lunch Menu at East West Spans from Steak French Fry Burritos to Palm Heart Salads, Linking Authentic East and West Cuisines

A grin creeps across the face of East West Brewing Co.’s executive chef Matt Venzke when he recalls the first time he ever had Vietnamese food.

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Classic Italian Suits Adapted for Contemporary Businessmen in Vietnam’s Tropical Climate

With each skin Vietnam sheds as it moves towards development and prosperity, it undergoes fundamental shifts, and no more so than in the country’s culture and aesthetics.

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