There’s no single defining image of the nation or its women
Expats living in Vietnam have shared their opinions with Tuoi Tre News on how to make the country more user-friendly for tourists
Street food is fantastic and is a big part of Vietnam
International visitors love the thought of experiencing Vietnamese street food, until they actually try it
Ever tried to type on a train that regularly does the rumba? I got a great dance lesson while sitting down to write this
Neahga Leonard, project director of the Cat Ba Langur Conservation Project in the northern city of Hai Phong, has shared his thoughts on a mega tourism project in the area with Tuoi Tre News
Zipping around Vietnam is fun. Sure there are problems and dangers but what do you expect?
Three expats living in Vietnam have shared their thoughts on a proposal to ban alcohol advertising in order to reduce consumption
Happy Mother’s Day to my mum in heaven and all the other busy mums in the world!
'It shouldn’t be so easy to figure out that luggage wrapped in a tangle of stick tape is destined for nowhere but a certain Vietnamese airport'
While Da Nang’s decision to put its name up in lights the ‘Hollywood’ style on Son Tra Peninsula has been met with derision, it’s not such an implausible idea. If going big is good enough for King Kong, then why not for Da Nang?
Responding to a request from Tuoi Tre News, a number of educators have commented on a plan to comprehensively transform Vietnam’s national education system
Mention ‘Reunification Day’ and most think of war. I, however, think of peace
‘Ho Chi Minh City’s sidewalk life culture is one of the most notable assets that foreign tourists mention and like about Vietnam’
'The image of Phu Quoc as a peaceful destination seems to be fading gradually in the eyes of visitors'
Although I’m finding it difficult to settle back into Vietnamese lifestyle after a short but emotionally draining trip to Australia, it’s nice to be back in the heat, noise, chaos, and unpredictability of this country