This is a real life, fire-breathing dragon bridge. And you thought dragons weren’t real. This amazing, 666-meter long steel bridge was built in order to celebrate the 38th anniversary of the Vietnam War ending. It literally breathes fire and water out into the air. Imagine walking to work across this bridge everyday. What a rush! Watch [...]
The Son Doong Cave in Vietnam might just be the world’s largest cave. Nicknamed The Infinite Cave, the biggest chamber of Son Doong is more than five kilometers long, 200 meters high, and 150 meters wide. These photographs only capture just a small part of this enormous cave, which features a fast-flowing river and even its own forest. So next time you’re in the mood for some spelunking, check this place out.
Watch what happens when Viennese actionism takes to the subway. Would love to see the resulting subway cars drive into rush-hour stations.
Known for bringing a little bit of Vietnam to Sydney’s Westfield Shopping Center, Streets of Saigon are set to dish up delights at Sydney’s Night Noodle Market. Offering tasty, home-style, preservative free bites, Streets of Saigon explore tactile tastes through their range of goodies.
There’s a lot to be said about Marou, Faiseurs de Chocolat, the first single-origin, artisanal chocolatier in Vietnam. Based in Ho Chi Minh City, Marou, Faiseurs de Chocolat is one of the only bean-to-bar chocolatiers in the world to produce chocolate at its place of origin.
Photography is not just about taking random pictures, it’s about making images come to life and showing everyone how to appreciate even the simplest of things in life. Allister Esguerra is a Filipino events photographer based in Ho Chi Minh City.
Madeline Valentine creates the most haunting illustrations. What makes her work so amazing is the juxtaposition of her soft, dreamlike aesthetic with the thoroughly intense subject matter that she employs, a contrast that could easily come off as contrived if not executed so beautifully.