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Charming Viet Nam (842 Posts)
As chilling wind blows through Hanoi streets, it’s the time for Hanoi’s drink connoisseurs to enjoy a cup of rich flavor piping hot drink - the “cà phê trứng” or ...
As one of the most attractive scenic areas in Sapa, the premier trekking base of Vietnam, Cat Cat is a lovely village with peaceful views and distinctive customs and practices ...
Fish paste is a specialty with a distinctive flavor in the Mekong Delta. Locals use the special ingredient to make a unique fish paste hotpot, known locally as lẩu mắm.
“Chim gau” (spotted dove) cake is a unique dish of the Cao Lan ethnic group in Tuyen Quang Province.
Rich baked quail eggs combined with the flavors of sausages, dried shrimp and shredded pork are trending in Saigon.
Hà Nội is not only famous for its traditional dishes such as phở and bún chả but also bánh oản, a cake made of roasted glutinous rice flour.
With the arrival of cold weather, this part of the year represents the perfect time to sample hot street food. Let’s visit Hanoi these days to taste these special dishes ...
Located in the northwest with an altitude of 1,200m - 1,500m above sea level, Hang Kia and Pa Co communes in Hoa Binh province are covered by clouds almost year-round. ...
Autumn has arrived in Hanoi with gentle breezes tenderly penetrating street corners, replacing the summer heat and scattering bunches of yellow leaves on the pavements.
It is often said that Hue is very quiet and sad in winter, especially when rain pours from day to day. However, the announcement of “Let’s eat Nam Pho 'banh ...
Rice paper roll with small rice-field prawns served with herbs and a small bowl of spicy fish sauce is a local rustic dish which wins the heart of many food ...
Cha muc' (squid paste) is a delicious dish which has won the favour of both local residents in Ha Long City and tourists. It tops the list of must-try dishes for ...
If you want to temporarily leave behind the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy fresh air in forests, national parks not very far from Ho Chi Minh City ...
The ancient city of Hue often sees people enquiring about its cuisine, which not only boasts many exotic delicacies, but also some weird names. And names do not come any ...
Hanoi is at its most graceful and poetic in autumn. It is often vividly colorful.
Giang Xa Village in Hanoi’s Hoai Duc District is famous for its delightful ‘bac’ cake (fried cake made from sticky rice, ‘gac’ fruit and green bean), a delicacy which has existed for more ...
Tourists can savour Ben Tre’s sweets for dessert at the Ba Beo stall on Hung Vuong Street, where the signature dish is the coconut milk custard cake.

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