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One of the touristy things to do when in Ho Chi Minh City is to have an unparallelled panoramic view of the city from a high view point, such as from Landmark 81 or Bitexco Financial Tower. While Landmark 81 is the top choice of many by virtue of the fact that it is the tallest ... continue reading »

Located along Saigon River in Ho Chi Minh City's District 2, a newer section of the city, is this luxurious riverside urban resort by the name of Villa Sông Saigon. Sông means "river" in Vietnamese and Sài Gòn is the former name of the city. Offering peace and serenity away from the chaotic traffic conditions of ... continue reading »

Having lived out of a suitcase for the past 8 years or so, I have spent many a night at different accommodation types, from bamboo huts to classy resorts. To be honest, not many of those stays stuck in my memory for too long, because as the days pass and new experiences come, those memories ... continue reading »

If you ever find yourself in the coastal city of Nha Trang in the east of Vietnam, perhaps you should allocate some time and budget for Vinpearl Land Nha Trang. Yes, Nha Trang is more than gorgeous, sandy beaches and Vinpearl Land is indeed a gem. Opened in 2006 by Vingroup Corporation, this all-in-one family-centric theme ... continue reading »

Working on the Go as a Digital Nomad

Nov 9, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Gadgets, Travel

Every time I share travel photos on social media, there would always be a few messages from friends who tell me that they are envious that I get to travel. The most recent incident was during my trip to Vietnam. Truth be told, many do not realise the amount of effort we expend prior to the ... continue reading »

Anyone who has been bitten by the travel bug would know never to pass up an opportunity to explore the world. There are just so much to see and do, whether it's domestic or international travel, right? Recently, to my delight, I was unexpectedly invited to visit the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (or just Vietnam), my ... continue reading »

Since the Sixties, Malaysian prisoners are no longer put through hard labour during their incarceration. Instead, they are taught a number of living skills that would enable them to earn a decent income when they are released into society. The Prison Department of Malaysia, which has a 225-year history, established the Vocational and Industrial Section under ... continue reading »

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