Foods Fear Factor in Vietnam

Foods Fear Factor in Vietnam Some adventurous tourists usually find Foods Fear Factor in Vietnam on their trip to this amazing country. It’s true that there are a wide range of Foods Fear Factor in Vietnam, including foods which only a few locals dare to eat. In this post, I would like to introduce some Foods Fear […]

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Pan Fried Scrambled Egg Rice Cake

Pan Fried Scrambled Egg Rice Cake Saigon (former name of Ho Chi Minh City) is full of delicious foods so that some don’t know which are its specialties. In this post I would like to introduce to you who are interested in Saigon foods and culture one of Saigon specialties – Bot Chien or Pan Fried […]

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Khot Cake – Traditional Vietnamese Food

Khot Cake – Traditional Vietnamese Food Khot Cake is one of 15 Vietnamese dishes nominated as Asian records in 2017. This is a simple tiny crispy cake containing the soul of Vietnamese cuisine. Khot cake is made from popular ingredients in Vietnam such as rice, turmeric powder, pork and shrimp… It’s served hot with sweet and […]

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Vietnamese wedding

Vietnamese wedding

Vietnamese proverb has a sentence “Nhap gia tuy tuc, nhap giang tuy khuc” (when going into someone’s house, we must depend on that family’s custom, and when going into a river, we must depend on its sections). The friends arriving from outside of Vietnam should know Vietnamese custom to fall in line with them easily. […]

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VALENTINE’S DAY

VALENTINE’S DAY Every year, on the fourteenth of February, many countries in the world respond to Valentine’s Day. Why is there that day? How does it happen? Following we will answer those questions. Love between male and female is a theme of all time. It is a gift as well as vocation, which the Creator […]

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THIEN HAU TEMPLE IN HO CHI MINH CITY

THIEN HAU TEMPLE OR BA TEMPLE IN HO CHI MINH CITY Coming to Ho Chi Minh City, any tourist shouldn’t miss Cholon area. Cholon is the local name of  China Town Saigon – the area of Districts 5, District 6, District 10 and a part of District 11. There are many Chinese living there and there are lots of pagodas and […]

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