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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Coconut fruit in Vietnamese cuisine

coconut fruit

Coconut fruit plays an important part in Vietnamese cuisine because it’s must ingredients of enormous delicious traditional dishes. Vietnamese people have create many recipes of desserts and main dishes from fresh, light sweet coconut water and greasy coconut meat. Coconut milk – the liquid that comes from the grated meat of a mature coconut is used to cook […]

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Chao (Fermented bean curd, Fermented tofu)

Chao Or Fermented Bean Curd

Chao (Fermented bean curd, Fermented tofu) Traditional Chao (Fermented bean curd, Fermented tofu) is an essence of Vietnamese cuisine. Fermented bean curd is considered as Asian cheese. This food is popular in Central and South Vietnam. According to most of Vietnamese people, Chao is buttery and salty. In addition, it has good smell which attracts […]

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Vietnamese Traditional Foods from Sticky Rice

Vietnamese traditional foods

Vietnamese Traditional Foods from Sticky Rice Sticky rice is a sweet, delicious, smelling rice. 100 grams of sticky rice contains 74.9 grams carbohydrate, 8.6 grams protein, 1.5 grams lipid, 14 grams water, 0.6 gram cellulose, 0.8 gram ash, 32 milligrams calcium, 98 milligrams phosphate, 1.2 milligrams iron and some vitamins such as B1, B2, PP. Because of being […]

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How Saigon people enjoy coffee?

How Saigon people enjoy coffee

Coffee is not a drink in Saigon anymore, but a part of culture. Coffee is not a smelling and delicious drink, but the talk while sipping coffee, relationship between people who love to drink coffee at the same places. Tourists coming to Saigon usually enjoy coffee at luxury bars, restaurants and cafes on main roads […]

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Vietnamese sand paintings

Vietnamese sand paintings

Sand paintings have been popular around the world for a long long time. Artists in different countries have used colorful sand to create many kinds of wonderful paintings. It has been said that Mrs. Y Lan who lives in Saigon found Vietnamese sand paintings in 1997. On a trip to Binh Thuan province where there are many […]

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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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