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The Southeast Asia Latest Airline That'll Make Flying to The Region Better (And Cheaper Too!)

Adelaida Salikha3 years ago
This nation in the region could soon get a new airline that will make flying to the country easier (and possibly cheaper) than it ...

(Photos) Meet Vietnam's Chicland Hotel, The Lush Greenery-Covered Hotel

Adelaida Salikha3 years ago
The extraordinary building will be almost completely covered in vegetation and squeezed into an awkward plot near the coast in Da Nang. ...

The World's Newest Automaker is from This Region! Can You Guess The Country?

Adelaida Salikha4 years ago
The move into cars is the next logical step for this Vietnamese company set on serving every need of Vietnam’s growing middle and affluent ...

(Photos) The Beauty of Vietnam's Street Vendors from Above

Adelaida Salikha4 years ago
How one photographer reveals the hidden art of Vietnam's vibrant markets. ...

Head to Head: Scoot VS VietJet Air

Adelaida Salikha4 years ago
Head to Head is back, and as always, aviation will be on top of the list for us to come up with. ...

(Photos) The Spectacular Views of Vietnam's UNESCO World Heritage Site

Adelaida Salikha4 years ago
Researchers have discovered 14 plant species and no less than 60 species of animals that are endemic to this nature site. ...

14 Interesting Facts about Vietnam's Largest City

Akhyari Hananto4 years ago
Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam. Under the name Saigon, it was the capital of the French colony of Cochinchina and later of the independent republic of South ...

Meet The Hotel With Gorgeous, Infinity Pool In The Clouds

Adelaida Salikha4 years ago
This spectacular is included as one of the best sustainable lodges in the world. ...

(Photos) The Hanging Garden In Vietnam's Steel-Framed Cafe

Adelaida Salikha4 years ago
Despite clear industrial influences, this original steel-framed café in Vietnam feels welcoming. ...

A New Hope for The Rarest Mammal Species of Southeast Asia

Adelaida Salikha4 years ago
The new hope for the continued survival of a species that is on the brink of extinction in this country. ...