Travel Guide by Sherwood Suites Saigon
7 Ways to Experience Vietnam Like a True Local
Vietnam is a country known for its rich and thriving culture. Even in the biggest city in the country, Vietnam’s metropolitan hub, Ho Chi Minh City, many locals still cook traditional Vietnamese food, wear traditional dress, use traditional tools and run businesses which date back tens of generations. Discover 7 way to get off the beaten track and immerse yourself in the country’s unique culture.
Top Things To See And Do In District 3, Ho Chi Minh City
Right at the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, District 3 is jam packed with things to see and do. As one of the most developed districts in the city, District 3 has everything from office high-rises and modern swanky restaurants to historic religious sites and bustling marketplaces.
Moving To Ho Chi Minh City Advice: Local Tips For Living In Saigon
Ho Chi Minh City is likely different from any other place you’ve lived. Maybe it’s the thought of endless amounts of delicious street food that draws you, or the idea of zipping around wherever you want to go on a scooter, or the appealing aroma of fresh coffee wafting through your window every morning. Whatever the reason you want to call Saigon your home, here are a few helpful tips to ease you through the transition.
A Guide To Managing and Relocating Expat Employees: Human Resource In Vietnam
Great news, your employee has decided to take that leap and relocate to Vietnam. Now it’s time to prepare them for a true taste of life in the east. With this guide to managing and relocating your expat employees, you can help them relocate efficiently and effectively with minimum stress.
11 Mistakes Every First-Time Ho Chi Minh City Visitor Makes
In a new place you can easily end up feeling like a fish out of water, but with this guide to your first-time visit to Vietnam you’ll soon feel at home in one of the most rewarding countries Southeast Asia has to offer.