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Find a good wine bar in Saigon

Tasting premium wine is not popular in Vietnam, although Vietnamese people consume beers too much that we are “honored” as the country drinks the most beer in Southeast Asia. To explain that, wine costs more money than beer and it’s not easy to find a good wine bar in Saigon. I was once invited to a unique wine bar in district 1 called Wine Embassy … Continue reading Find a good wine bar in Saigon

Bare Minimum SEO: 3 Things You Must Do – Eric Enge

If you could do only three things for SEO, what would they be? This is a question encountered by many smaller businesses, and even somewhat larger companies, either due to not having enough people (time) and/or dollars available to invest in a big way. If this is a scenario you’re facing, what follows are three minimal SEO tasks you must do. Step 1: Check Your … Continue reading Bare Minimum SEO: 3 Things You Must Do – Eric Enge

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Tell me what you ride, I tell you who you are

As in most countries, what you drive often gives people a hint about what kind of person you are.  Many of us look fondly at our first rides, whether it was borrowing our parent’s car for the night or working long summer hours to pay for that first used car that we inevitably sold. The unluckiest of us took those cars and demolished them. One … Continue reading Tell me what you ride, I tell you who you are

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Top 5 activities in HCMC

You‘ve never been to Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) and have a tight schedule to visit all of the interesting places? City Pass listed here the 5 things to do in the city to make sure you grab some unforgettable moments when you’re still here. 1. Enjoy spectacular scenery of HCMC from a great viewing place There are many places where you can capture … Continue reading Top 5 activities in HCMC

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Top 5 souvenirs to buy in Vietnam

Besides the joyfulness of discovering a new culture, capturing photos and tasting exotic flavors of Vietnam, shopping might bring you more opportunities to get in touch with locals habits. A shopping journey is usually the last step of a trip and it is always tricky. Hence, last month, the event named “HCMC 100 exciting things” announced the top 5 souvenirs to gift friends, family members … Continue reading Top 5 souvenirs to buy in Vietnam

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3 SEO Tips That Are Nonsense Unless You Try

“You can’t rest on your #1 ranking – because the guy at #2 isn’t resting. He’s till improving his site.” – Ryan Jones Here is the scenario: a website owner approaches you for help on getting exposures on Google. Your offers will be either PPC short for Paid-per-click advertising or SEO (Search Engine Optimization), almost everyone I speak with favors the latter. Simply because it … Continue reading 3 SEO Tips That Are Nonsense Unless You Try

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Jack Ma’s 10 Rules for Success – Salespersons perspective

With 2 years experience in frontline position and 3 years in developing pitching deck for customers, there are rules that are clearly emphasized to me, such as “ignore the #littleman”, “stay focused” and “Don’t complain. Look for opportunities”. It doesn’t mean that the other rules are unsubstantial, it is simply I have been opposed to them. and I still find it useful every now and … Continue reading Jack Ma’s 10 Rules for Success – Salespersons perspective

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A Feast for the eyes: Stunning Architecture of Grand Mosque

This architectural work of art is one the world’s largest mosques, with a capacity for an astonishing 41,000 worshippers. It features 82 domes, over a 1,000 columns, 24 carat gold gilded chandeliers and the world’s largest hand knotted carpet. The main prayer hall is dominated by one of the world’s largest chandeliers –10 metres in diameter, 15 metres in height and weighing twelve tonnes. The … Continue reading A Feast for the eyes: Stunning Architecture of Grand Mosque

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IMTJ Medical Travel Awards 2016

The very best in the medical travel sector are celebrating following the announcement of the winners in the International Medical Travel Journal Medical Travel Awards 2016 (http://awards.imtj.com). The awards celebrate innovation and excellence in the medical travel, medical tourism and health tourism industry. Unlike other awards in the sector, the IMTJ awards are judged by an independent panel of medical travel experts, chaired by IMTJ … Continue reading IMTJ Medical Travel Awards 2016

Ministry focuses on health tourism

BANGKOK, 30 May 2016: Thailand’s Ministry of Tourism and Sports says health tourism could generate more revenue and attract high spend travellers to visit the country. Tourism and Sports Minister, Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, said health tourism is divided into two segments namely medical and wellness tourism. Both would help to boost the country’s overall revenue. “About 7 to 8 million international visitors travel for off-shore medical … Continue reading Ministry focuses on health tourism

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Medcare Hospital in exclusive partnership with LaLiga

Medcare Orthopaedic and Spine Hospital, part of Aster DM Healthcare, has signed an agreement with LaLiga Middle East, a subsidiary of the Spanish Professional Football league, to be its official regional healthcare provider. In line with the partnership, which is based on the growing demand for specialised orthopaedic care, the Foot, Ankle and Hand Centres at Medcare will provide comprehensive orthopaedic services, not only for … Continue reading Medcare Hospital in exclusive partnership with LaLiga

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Dubai Medical Tourism enjoys Cosmetic Boom

Local clinic sees significant rise in medical tourists visiting emirate for aesthetic procedures Dubai has the highest ratio of plastic surgeons per capita in the world — 50 doctors for every million people, according to a 2015 report by the Dubai Health Authority (DHA). Meanwhile, membership to the Emirates Plastic Surgery Society has tripled to 180 in 2016, up from 60 in 2006. This unprecedented … Continue reading Dubai Medical Tourism enjoys Cosmetic Boom