A rainy morning in Ho Chi Minh City

Woke up in early morning in Ho Chi Minh city, I looked out of the window of my hotel and found out that it was raining. I opened the door but I had to close it immediately because the wind was so strong that it blew some papers on the table. It was my second […]

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Top 10 Saigon Food Streets

Vietnamese Crab Soup

Street food is an important part of Saigon culture. Saigon people take street food seriously. Street food stalls are everywhere in Saigon. I would like to share top 10 Saigon food streets where you can find the best street foods in this city. 1. Wonton on Ha Ton Quyen street In Chinese cuisine, wonton is […]

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Full Moon Festival In Saigon In The Past

Besides the Tet (Vietnamese New Year), the Full Moon Festival (or Mid-Autumn Festival) is the second biggest festival in our country. Mid-Autumn is the day when the moon is at its brightest in a year. In that spirit, people worship the Moon Genie, promote culture and familial love. At the festival, Vietnamese people enjoy mooncakes, […]

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What’s Inside Best Vietnamese Sandwiches in Ho Chi Minh city

Vietnamese Sandwich (Banh Mi) is an amazing food. It could be eaten with various foods and its fillings could be cooked with various ingredients. Recipe makes a brand of Vietnamese Sandwich delicious and different from other brands. Banh Mi is sold everywhere in Ho Chi Minh city. To attract customer, the owner must create unique recipes that couldn’t be found […]

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Top Drinks In Ho Chi Minh City

Chinese Herbal Tea

Anyone who has been in Ho Chi Minh city (or Saigon) must never forget the extremely hot summer. There are many ways to beat the scorching on these days. The best way is grabbing a cool drink on Saigon street. Which drink would you like to drink to quench your thirst in Saigon? The following […]

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Phở Saigon In The Past

Pho in Saigon

Phở is a special dish with origins in the North Vietnam. It is said that Phở appeared in Saigon in 1951-1952 along with Tally Card Songs theaters (also known as hát ả đào – an ancient genre of chamber music featuring female vocalists), one in Monceau hamlet and one in Dai Dong hamlet. Phở and […]

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Life in Saigon alley

Each day you are in Saigon, you will find yourselves drawn to the little alleys that wind their way throughout the inner city. Walking along the streets, these alleys suddenly open up in your peripheral vision – blink, and you’ll miss them. They are wonderful to walk through – bringing you into close proximity with […]

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Butter Fried Quail In Saigon

Butter Fried Quail in Saigon is one of most famous street foods here, which is sold in small rolling metal cart. However the best Butter Fried Quail known by most foodie in Saigon is a small restaurant Co Nam at 56 Dong Nai street, District 10. The restaurant is opened since 5 pm daily and […]

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The Beauty of Saigon in the Past and at Present

The beauty of Saigon

In the past few years, Ho Chi Minh City (known as) Saigon, the city’s pre-reunification name still used interchangeably with its current name. Ho Chi Minh city has become one of the fastest-growing hubs and the heart of Vietnam. Through historic years, it could be found in the city many old streets and buildings which […]

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