HCMC’s flooding problem was exacerbated in the first nine months this year, with an additional 18 routes getting inundated during heavy rains.
Ho Chi Minh City has allowed another 14 hotels to serve as paid quarantine facilities to meet the growing demand, taking its total count to 24.
À l’occasion du 18e anniversaire de la collection des livres Graine d’âme (Hat giông tâm hôn en vietnamien), le 10 octobre à Hô Chi Minh-Ville, la compagnie First News-Tri Viêt a inauguré sa chaîne de cafés librairies intitulée “Graine d’âme…
Insights from hospitality insiders in Ho Chi Minh City has for the first time cleared the nagging question of why room rates for isolation are much higher than those at ordinary accommodations.
Le premier train de la ligne de métro n°1 (Bên Thành-Suôi Tiên) à Hô Chi Minh-Ville (Sud) est arrivé au port de Khanh Hoi jeudi 8 octobre à bord du navire Bayani, en provenance du port de Kasado au Japon.
It has taken a while for dining and entertainment businesses in the ‘backpacker area’ in downtown Ho Chi Minh City, which used to be teemed with commotion and activity prior to the two COVID-19 outbreaks, to adapt to a new…
Fifty one coaches meant for HCMC’s first metro line have been shipped from Japan and are expected to arrive in the city next Thursday.
The municipal Transport Department has proposed a new bike sharing scheme for downtown HCMC with 43 stations and 400 bikes to encourage public transportation.
Ho Chi Minh City is considering a proposal to turn five downtown streets into walking zones to better accommodate residents and tourists.
The HCMC Department of Transport has submitted a proposal to city authorities to expand public transportation with an all-electric fleet on five routes.
Foreign nationals visiting HCMC for less than 14 days are tested for Covid-19 upon arrival and then every two days.
The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has taken a toll on the real estate market in Ho Chi Minh City as many realty projects have been put up for sale, including those costing millions of dollars.
The investor of a downtown skyscraper that has allegedly damaged the century-old HCMC Fine Arts Museum submitted repair plans to city authorities Friday.
Hô Chi Minh-Ville va soigneusement préparer des plans d’isolement et de surveillance médicale pour les personnes en provenance de six pays et territoires – que sont Japon, Corée du Sud, Chine, Taïwan (Chine), Laos et Cambodge.
Authorities in Ho Chi Minh City have proposed that the Ministry of National Defense seek UNESCO recognition of the Cu Chi Tunnels — a network of underground tunnels in the city’s Cu Chi District that were used by Vietnamese troops…
Selon les prévisions, la première rame de la ligne de métro No1 de Hô Chi Minh-Ville (Bên Thanh – Suôi Tiên) débarquera dans la mégapole du Sud en octobre, selon le Comité de gestion des chemins de fer urbains de…
HCMC authorities allowed 180 bars and dance clubs to resume operations from 6 p.m. Monday after over a month of closure to curb the second Covid-19 wave.
Six Japanese experts will arrive on September 18 and be quarantined for 14 days before resuming work on HCMC’s first metro line.
Le gouvernement vietnamien a demandé à la Banque asiatique de développement (BAsD) un prêt de 1 Md USD pour la construction de la deuxième ligne de métro à Hô-Chi-Minh-Ville.
Chairman Nguyen Thanh Phong has proposed that HCMC be turned into a world financial hub, using its infrastructure, economic growth and investment environment.
Vietnam has decided to cancel a $390-million loan from the Asian Development Bank meant to fund the second metro line in HCMC.
Nearly 3,000 returnees from hotspot Da Nang to HCMC could face criminal charges for failing to complete local health declaration procedures.
Vietnam’s $9.3 billion Can Gio Tourist City was recently approved for construction within the buffer zone of a UNESCO Mangrove Biosphere Reserve in Ho Chi Minh City.
HCMC’s new Mien Dong (Eastern Region) Bus Station will partially open on August 15, further from the city center.
Vietnamese taxicab firm Mai Linh announced a plan to grow into a tech-based company at its annual shareholders’ meeting in Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday.
The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed Vietnam’s housekeeping market. Housekeepers, who used to have the upper hand in bargaining with clients, now have to scrape by to pick up jobs.