On the International Women’s Day (March 8), hotels and tourist spots in Khanh Hoa Province offer programs and promotions. Followings are activities in some places.
Yuchu restaurant on the first floor of the hotel will serve Beijing delicacies, including Beijing dumpling soup, Wok-fried eel, braised pork leg with red fermented tofu, and Peking Duck. Peking Duck and other Beijng delicacies are available during this month at a la carte menu.
The five-star Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers will introduce food and beverage programs for Tet holiday (Lunar New Year).
Yoshino restaurant on level 2 of the Lotte Legend Hotel Saigon will introduce a special Osechi menu, which is a set of traditional cuisine of Japan, on New Year days from December 31 to January 2.
Those who love drinking tea and admiring antique items should head to Villa Royale Downtown, an old house at 25 Ho Tung Mau Street in HCMC’s District 1.
L’Olivier Restaurant at the Sofitel Saigon is preparing special programs for the upcoming festive season.
Familiar with the luxury hotel’s party to spend your Christmas and New Year Eve. Time to make your moment different at Seahorse Resort & Spa’s Buffet Festival, the wonderful peaceful atmosphere with complimentary tea, coffee and snacks at the first gorgeous infinity swimming pool that over looking to ocean will bring you a relaxation ever.
The Canada Embassy in Viet Nam last week held a “Savor Canadian Delights” event at the Sheraton Hanoi Hotel as part of a Canadian food branding series to Vietnamese consumers.
Enjoy a cup of coffee in open spaces, near mountains and clouds, in Sa Pa, Tam Dao or Da Lat.
The seventh “Balade en France” French Cuisine Festival opened at the Equatorial Hotel in HCM City on November 4, attracting a crowd of French food and culture lovers.
A Thai Food Week will take place on November 4-10 at the Crowne Plaza West Hanoi.
During two days of October 30-31, Dam Sen park is decorated in spooky style with a ghost street, zombie island, pumpkin garden and witch house.