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Whether it is old French architecture, relics of the American war, floating markets, great hawker food or natural attractions that interest you, Vietnam has them all. Just make sure you have at least two weeks to spare when you go.
Review by BRENDA BENEDICT
Though more and more Korean restaurants are opening abroad, the cuisine remains relatively unknown. IVY SOON sampled the best of South Korea's distinctive offerings during a culinary familiarisation tour recently.
ANDREW SIA follows two Malaysian contest winners on an 'Amazing Race' challenge around Perth involving dolphins, kangaroo paws, crabs, bells and balls. He survives Death by Dessert to tell the tale.
It is not difficult for Malaysians to do business or work in Shanghai, but itpays to know a few things, like the city's laws and regulations, and the taxstructures, writes TAY PAI PIN.
He came, he saw, and he cooked his way to the stomachs of his many Malaysian fans, writes TEE SHIAO EEK.
In some countries, hawker food is nutritious, but there is much room for improvement in areas like cleanliness and regulation, writes LOH FOON FONG.
Bangkok's infamous Khao San Road is a gathering point for backpackers on the South-East Asia trail. Leanne Walker reports on the travellers' mecca where anything can be bought, sold or scammed.
By JO-ANN KOH
VIBRANT changes are underway in the local retail front and shoppers can look forward to more comfort and leisure when they next step into their favourite shopping centres and street shops. With lifestyle as the new buzzword, industry players are working hard to put their best forward to get ahead of the competition. I>StarBiz /I>assistant news editor ANGIE NG and journalist PANG HONG YEE checked out on the latest in the industry.