Fusion Original Saigon Centre: My Daring Love

Make this Valentine’s Day a daring adventure with your love at the one and only Fusion Original Saigon Centre. Tell us what’s better: Having a taste of artisan chocolate paired with sparkling wine or soaking in the warm bubbly bath with rose petals to spark romance with your significant other?

Laying focus on sustainable tourism

The total revenues of Vietnam’s tourism in 2022 was approximately $19.6 billion – nearly triple that of 2021 but only 60 per cent of 2019. Now, there is a clear imperative for tourism in Vietnam to both improve and become more sustainable.

Diageo Vietnam’s training program contributes to hospitality industry development

Diageo Vietnam (DVL) recently launched the “Learning for Life” training program for laborers. The program was held for the first time in Vietnam in Thang Binh District, Quang Nam Province, attracting 85 laborers in the area to register.

Fusion Original Saigon Centre: Writing the future of the past

Being referred as ‘a home for the daring’, Fusion Original Saigon Centre, the flagship property of Fusion Hotel Group prides itself as the city’s new hub of creativity and culture, located at 65 Le Loi, District 1, in the heart of Saigon.

Dubai’s Sunset Hospitality announces two projects in Vietnam

Dubai-based Sunset Hospitality Group (SHG), has confirmed plans to launch its Azure Beach and Attiko hospitality venues in Vietnam.

Scheduled to open in Q3 2023, it is the fourth Azure Beach location worldwide after operational venues in Dubai, Beirut and an upcoming one in Doha.

Vietnam Hospitality market 2022 – Optimism build

Many airlines have announced the resumption of flights between China and Viet Nam, which is welcome news for the Vietnamese hospitality sector. The Chinese authorities are gradually easing restrictions after their sustained zero-Covid policy.

Miss Thu and Tet Delicacies of the homeland

Miss Thu loves Saigon, she loves Tet. Miss Thu confided that she had traveled to many places and explored many regions, but no matter how interesting the journeys were, every New Year’s Eve, spring always made her feel fluttered and bewildered. She always missed her Saigon when the yellow apricot blossomed, the markets became crowded, and the children were overjoyed, waiting until Tet to put on their new dresses and receive the lucky money in red envelopes.

The Traveler Trends Leading Hotel Design into 2023

From adventure and romance to business and family travel, the ever-changing habits, preferences, and expectations of vacationers continue to revolutionize the hospitality community. As a result, travelers are pushing well beyond their comfort zones – seeking out unique encounters that ignite the senses, promote adventure, and provide opportunities for families to create memories.