How to reach Cu Chi Tunnels from Ho Chi Minh center?

Located about 50 km northwest of Ho Chi Minh City center, Cu Chi Tunnels is a 200-km underground system of tunnels, built by locals and Viet Cong, and served as the headquarters of The tunnels are just enough for one person to go through by bending or dragging. It is able to support a 50-ton […]

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How to reach the center of Ho Chi Minh City from Tan Son Nhat Airport

Most of the tourists traveling to Ho Chi Minh City by air must find a way to reach District 1 where they can start their visit or do any tours around the city and from the city. Tan Son Nhat Airport (SGN) is nearly 8 km northwest of District 1 which is considered as the […]

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A Saigon street food tour in Co Giang street food area

Co Giang street food area

Co Giang Street and its neighboring streets in District 1 is famous for lots of street foods stalls which were established tens of years ago and serve very exotic Vietnamese street foods. Saigon foodies call this area Co Giang street food area. Because this street food street is located in the center of Saigon, you […]

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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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Vietnamese water lily bulb sweet soup (Che cu sung) 

Vietnamese water lily bulb sweet soup

Vietnamese sweet soups (Chè) are the most popular desserts in Vietnam. There are various Vietnamese sweet soups in different regions in the country. A simple Black bean sweet soup can refresh you in the evening. Mung bean sweet soup with tangerine peel warm your stomach at night. A glass of Pomelo sweet soup at a street food stall […]

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