Sunday, May 29, 2011

CAMA Festival 5

With more than 20 acts from around Vietnam and the globe, this year's festival was the biggest and best yet, with a spectacular line-up of artists from Vietnam, Australia, the UK, the USA, Germany, Japan, Thailand, the Philippines and China, a full 10 hours of musical mayhem across our two stages.

On the Main Stage:

P.K.14 (China)
Okamoto's (Japan)
The Standards (Thailand)
Ball Park Music (Australia)
Grrilla Step (Australia)
6789 (Malaysia/VN)
Rosewood (VN)
Re-Cycle (VN)
Commens (USA/VN)
Phuong Dang (VN)
Gibbon Suburbia (VN)

This year CAMA were teaming up with FFI, with all proceeds from the day going to support their efforts to help save some of Vietnam’s rarest primate species.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Son Tinh Nights

Weekly live music at The House of Son Tinh, below the new Highway4

Wednesday, May 18, 2011


Following on from last month's Bhutan images some more pictures from The Mountain Kingdom...

Monday, May 16, 2011

South East Asian Gaelic Games 2011

The South East Asian Gaelic Games 2011 at RMIT Saigon East Asian Gaelic Games 2011

Saigon Wedding

The Park Hyatt Hotel Saigon

Sunday, May 08, 2011

Nghe An

Nghệ An is the largest province in the North Central Coast of Vietnam. The province is divided into one city (Vinh), one town (Cua Lò), and 17 districts.

Saturday, May 07, 2011

Dien Bien Phu

Thai girls of Muong Ang, Dien Bien Province, Northern Vietnam. Approximately 40 percent of the inhabitants of the Dien Bien Province belong to the Thai ethnic minority group.