What to do in Hoi An ancient town?

Hoi An Ancient Town, Vietnam was classified as a Special National Cultural Heritage Site in 2009. Located on the north bank of the Thu Bon River, Quang Nam province (Central Vietnam), Hoi An Ancient town comprises 0,28 km2 and has a buffer zone of 2,8 km2.  This town is an example of traditional South East Asian trading […]

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Hoi An Chicken Rice

In Vietnam and other countries around the world, Steamed Rice with Chicken is popular and there are diverse ways to cook it. In Vietnam, Chicken Rice can be found in many different regions in the country. The recipes depend on local products, local tastes, and local preferences. Hoi An Chicken Rice (Com Ga Hoi An) recipe has a […]

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Hoi An lantern

Hoi An is famous for the ancient town with cultural and spiritual meanings, peaceful Hoai River and authentic cuisine. Hoi An is famous for Thanh Ha pottery products, Kim Bong wood products but also beautiful and delicate lanterns. One of the highlights on a Hoi An trip is trolling into small streets of the old town under hundreds […]

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Minced prawn on sugarcane

Minced prawn on sugarcane or Chao tom is one of the most delicious and popular Vietnamese traditional dishes. It has been said that this food originated in Hue – the old kingdom of Vietnam and the recipe was created by a cook in Hue Imperial Palace. Although this food isn’t as famous as Banh mi and […]

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What to see on motorbikes in Saigon?

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Most of the tourists come to Saigon, sit in air-conditioned cars, are driven to top tourist attractions, introduced about the attractions, then eat at restaurants which serve tourists. What do they know about Saigon? Do they really know much enough about the city? I can answer right now. The answer is definitely “No”. Saigon is […]

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What to do at Ben Thanh market?

What to do at Ben Thanh market? There is no doubt that Ben Thanh market is a must-see attraction in Ho Chi Minh City. The market was built from 1912 to 1914. The old market with beautiful architecture and unique culture has become the icon of the city for many years. The market is not only […]

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Siamese mud carp in Mekong Delta

Siamese mud carp (or “Cá linh”) is known as “the gift from the flood” in Mekong Delta – a peaceful, beautiful, rich in culture and specialties region in South Vietnam. It has become one of  Mekong Delta’s most famous and unique specialty foods. In Vietnamese, we call Siamese mud carp “Cá linh” which literally means holly fish […]

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