Those with dreams of taking a dump in a golden toilet can have them fulfilled at the world’s first gold-plated hotel.
Whilst they did not know each other, the events surrounding the disappearances of John Bothma and Mushfiq Daniels share some worrying similarities.
South African John Bothma is still missing in Vietnam, despite Facebook posts to the contrary.
Fresh off dodging prosecution for speeding, David Beckham appeared on stage at the Paris Motor Show to give his endorsement to a rather unheralded brand.
Riding home from school, a boy narrowly missed being crushed by a passing truck after he took a tumble in front of it. Luck was on his side that day.
Scotland’s Bra Baroness got her motherly instincts on when a Vietnamese male who looked six gave her some flowers
A father became suspicious when one of his twins looked nothing like anyone in his or his wife’s family.
Fish is fish to many people, but for some die hard foodies it obviously isn’t and Ocean Basket is feeling the wrath of a woman deprived of SEAfood.
Here’s how you can transport yourself each evening to an island of your choice and give yourself a little health boost all at the same time. It sounds like a dream come true, doesn’t it?
There are few things scarier than a hungry shark on the loose, especially if the shark in question wants to eat the internet.
As one of the seven wonders of the world, the area is packed with sights that dazzle the senses and entrances imaginations. Take to the bay aboard a refurbished paddle steamers and take guided excursions to Sung Sot Grotto and the famous Floating Villages.
This sounds like a fun airline. Whether it stays in the air or not is another question, but at least most men will be happy, either way, should the hostesses be clad in lingerie.
Soon Doong Cave in Vietnam is the largest cave in the world, and next year you will be able to go on a six day tour there for R30,035! The cave is 5.5 miles long, could house a 40-story skyscraper, has a resident river, waterfall and jungle!
In 1973, a father carried his infant son into the forest in central Vietnam when the country was at war the United States. They were never seen again. Now, 40 years later the father, 82 and the son, 41 have been found.
About 1000 Thai dogs – destined to be cooked and eaten in Vietnam – escaped a gruesome fate when they were rescued by police before the weekend. As you’ll see from the video, they were stuffed into tiny cages, stacked high in scores of crates. Even though the story has a happy ending, please be warned that the visuals are very disturbing.