Hue Steamed Rice with Baby Clams (Com Hen)

Hue Steamed Rice with Baby Clams (Com Hen)

Hue Steamed Rice with Baby Clams or Com Hen is one of the most famous Hue dishes which tourists should not miss when travel to the old kingdom of Vietnam. Steamed rice is popular in Vietnam, however in Hue, they eat steamed rice in a very Hue style. Crunchy rice is served cold with baby […]

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Top traditional Vietnamese sweet soups

Sweet Soups

Vietnamese people love to eat sweet things so that Vietnam has many sweet soups which are served as desserts. Some of them are offers to ancestors and god on important events in the country. Followings are 5 traditional Vietnamese sweet soups which are famous in South Vietnam: 1. Che Thung or Che Ba Ba Che […]

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Symbols of Vietnamese beauty

Symbols of Vietnamese beauty

Symbols of Vietnamese beauty is the typical image representing for the entire nation. In addition, Vietnam symbol has diverse forms. Almost Vietnamese symbols originate from traditional clothes, flower,… 1. Ao Dai Generally, Ao Dai – the symbol of Vietnamese beauty has existed in Viet Nam country for along time. Although there are many changes, the […]

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Rice Noodle Soup With Fermented Fish Paste

Rice Noodle Soup With Fermented Fish Paste

Rice Noodle Soup With Fermented Fish Paste (Bun Mam) is a specialty food of Mekong Delta. It’s considered as the soul of Mekong Delta because it has become a familiar food in this region for a long time. Mother Nature gives this region lots of shrimp, fish in river, ponds, lakes and paddy fields as […]

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The Lunch Lady’s noodle soups in Saigon

Noodle Soup

Hidden among old apartment building Nguyen Dinh Chieu’s blocks in Ward Dakao, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, The Lunch Lady’s noodle soups is a popular place for locals and tourists to enjoy delicious traditional Vietnamese dishes. The famous American chef Anthony Bourdain came to this food stall, he admired the secret recipe and tasty […]

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Cai Mon Orchard Village in Ben Tre

ben tre

CAI MON ORCHARD IN BEN TRE Recalling Ben Tre, people usually recall about coconut – a kind of specific fruit tree of the South of Viet Nam’s river and water region. However, if coming back to Cho Lach district, Ben Tre province, tourists will also be surprised by many special fruit tree styles in Cai […]

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Mekong Delta Or Characters Of The South West Of Vietnam

mekong delta fruit durian

Mekong Delta Or Characters Of The South West Of Vietnam The South West of Vietnam is also called Cuu Long Delta or the West or Mekong Delta. The West is large about 40,548.2km2, including 12 provinces and 1 city of the center. Those are Long An, Tien Giang, Vinh Long, Ben Tre, Dong Thap, Tra Vinh, […]

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3 Biggest fruit kingdoms in Mekong Delta (Cai Be – Ben Tre – Vinh Long)

jackfruit in Cai be

 1. Cai Be (Tien Giang) Surrounded by many rivers and channels which irrigates gardens and enriches them with precious silt, Cai Be is a paradise of fruits. This region provides fruits for other provinces in Vietnam and many countries in the world. Different from other kingdoms of fruits in Mekong Delta, in Cai Be has an abundant supply of […]

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Water Lily In Mekong Delta (Bông Súng)

Water Lily In Mekong Delta

Water lily (bông súng – bong sung) is grown popularly in ponds, lakes in pagodas, temples and gardens in Vietnam for its beauty and easy to grow. It’s also used as medicine and foods.  Its stem is airy four-celled tube floats, adapts itself to the depth, and stiffs in shallows. Dishes with water lily stems are specialty foods of Mekong […]

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