Hai Duong mung Bean Cake

Hai Duong mung Bean Cake

Besides Thanh Ha litchi, Ke Sat dry pancake with Gac (Momordica cochinchinensis), Ning Giang gai cake, Hai Duong province is famous for sweet and fragrant Mung bean cake. Banh dau xanh is lightly sweet, buttery, soft, smelling. It is made from mung bean, sugar, oil (or pork fat), and pomelo flower extract. The cake is cut into small […]

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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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How street food vendors sell their products in Vietnam

street food vendors

In Vietnam, people can come to expensive restaurants to enjoy their meals or food stalls on the streets to eat with reasonable prices. We can buy foods at supermarkets, local market or from street food vendors who sell the foods around the streets. These vendors have become familiar with many Vietnamese people for many years. […]

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Soup With Crucian Carp And Vietnamese Mint

Soup With Crucian Carp And Vietnamese Mint

At the beginning of rainy season, crucian carps appear in Thu Bon river (Quang Nam province). It’s time for locals to go fishing crucian carps using rods and nets. Crucian carp is a kind freshwater fish, it’s similar to common carp but smaller. Crucian carp is thin and 15-30 cm long. This kind of fish […]

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What to do in Mekong Delta?

What to do in Mekong Delta

What to do in Mekong Delta? Southern Vietnam covers the Mekong Delta, the extreme southern end of the Mekong River, and the area around Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam. Mekong Delta is often referred to as the ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam due its huge production of rice crop. Vegetables, exotic fruits and fishing also […]

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Riding horse cart in Mekong Delta

Riding horse cart

In the past, rich people in China, France and many Western countries ride horse carts their wealth. French people brought horse-drawn vehicles into Vietnam for purpose of transportation in 1880s. These horse-drawn vehicles were pulled by 1 or 2 horses, they had 4 wheels, 2 front wheels were smaller then 2 back wheels to make sure […]

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