Van Phuc Silk Village in Hanoi, Vietnam

Van Phuc Silk Village

Van Phuc Silk Village or Ha Dong Silk Village (In Van Phuc Ward, Ha Dong District, Hanoi City) is a trade village having developing history a long time ago. The products of Van Phuc Village have gone into poetry, music, Art like the cultural beauty of Vietnam traditional trade village. The ancient books that are […]

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5 most traditional trade villages in Mekong Delta

traditional trade villages in Mekong Delta

The Mekong River Delta has an interlacing river system and fat land. However, 300 years ago, this place is still wild land region, many ethnic groups such as Kinh, Khmer, Champa come here to make a fresh start. Therefore, the culture here is very wealthy, diverse and has its specific. In process stabilizing life, trade […]

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List of Vietnamese foods

Noodle dishes Soup cake (with crab/fish cake/duck/pork leg): Bánh canh (cua/chả cá/vịt/giò heo) Soup cake (Banh canh) is a noodle soup but it isn’t called noodle soup because it’s different from other Vietnamese noodle soup. The broth of some Vietnamese rice noodle soups is clear while the broth of Soup cake (Banh Canh) is gelatinous. The […]

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Suoi Giang Shan Tuyet Tea

Suoi Giang Shan Tuyet Tea

Suoi Giang commune in Van Chan district, Yen Bai province is about 1400 meter above sea level. The commune is famous for the fresh air, high mountains, green forests and great Shan Tuyet tea plants which have been estimated to be a few hundred years old. There are tens of thousands of tea plants in the forests. Some […]

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Hanoi Goi Cake

Hanoi Goi Cake

The traditional Goi cake is considered as the essence of Vietnamese cuisine. Goi cake looks like a beautiful small pillow so that it is called Goi cake or Pillow-shaped cake (“Goi” means pillow in Vietnamese). The cake originated in Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam. It is eaten as a snack and sold at many Hanoi specialty food […]

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Ninh Binh Goat Hot Pot 

Ninh Binh Goat Hot Pot

Goat is a favorite food in Vietnam for its great taste and nutritious value. Hoa Lu (Ninh Binh province) – the old kingdom of Vietnam has a large number of mountains and vegetation is a good place to raise goats. Every day goats graze the grass on cliffs and eat leaves. With typical smell, firm and […]

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Fermented fish hot pot with wild vegetables in U Minh

Fermented Fish Hot Pot With Wild Vegetables In U Minh

U Minh – a district in Ca Mau province, South Vietnam is famous for mangrove forests. Mother Nature gives U Minh people a large number of fishes and wild vegetables. Local people have created a wide range of delicious and distinctive dishes such as Sweet soup with young bee, Fermented mouse, Dried mouse, Ta pi lu hot […]

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Hai Phong fried sea-crab square roll

Hai Phong fried sea-crab square roll

Hai Phong fried sea-crab square roll or Nem vuong cua be with a unique shape and outstanding flavor is an authentic Vietnamese dish. A trip to Hai Phong city could not complete without tasting this famous dish. Nem vuong cua be is a fried dish made from at least 10 ingredients: sea-crabs, rice papers, shrimps, pork, eggs, bean sprouts, […]

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The famous museums in Ho Chi Minh City

museums in Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City is not only the most modern and develop city in Vietnam but also a destination attracting tourists in the local and the world. Besides famous locations such as Independence Palace, Dragon House Wharf, Saigon Notre-Dam Basilica, Ben Thanh Market, Chinese Town, Saigon Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Ho Chi Minh City brings […]

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