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With fresh ingredients at the ready and a long tradition of creative cooking, a tasty snack is never far away when you're in Vietnam. Some come with age-old stories, while others take great Vietnamese products and elevate them with a modern twist. From salted egg chips to mung bean cakes, these delicious goodies make fantastic gifts for your loved ones back home.
Coffee is — on the surface — a straightforward drink. Leave it to a curious, resourceful country like Vietnam to put its own spin on it — and then spin it again, and again. There are more layers to Vietnam’s coffee culture than you’ll find in a tall glass of icy bạc xỉu. But beneath the thousands of cafes that fuel the nation from north to south, there’s a shared love of this energy-restoring beverage that goes beyond taste, and into areas that touch colonial influences, ethnic culture, urban traditions, climate and topography, and Vietnam’s close societal bonds.
Vietnamese cuisine is known for its freshness, balance and delicious flavours. If you’re missing the satisfying crunch of a warm bánh mì, or the slippery goodness of cao lầu noodles, don’t despair! We’ve created a set of simple recipes for five amazing Vietnamese street food dishes that you can recreate right in your own kitchen, for a taste of Vietnam at home. Share your best cooking efforts with us by tagging @VietnamTourismBoard on Facebook or Instagram.
Hue, Vietnam is always the tourist destination that attracts domestic and foreign tourists because of their rich culture and history and beautiful natural scenery. In addition, and Hue owns the complex of historical monuments recognized by the world. Traveling to Hue, you can go to visit many famous pagodas and popular tourists. This article will suggest what to see in Hue.
Khem Beach, Sao Beach, Ham Ninh fishing village, the virgin forest, and Duong Dong town are the ideal places to experience interesting things about the idyllic life of the people on Vietnam’s largest island of Phu Quoc.
At Ta Phin village, herbal medicine bathing of the Red Dao; taking photographs on Cau May spanning the Muong Hoa stream in Ta Van Commune, admiring Sapa from the top of Ham Rong mountain really bring the memorable experience in Sapa. This article will share the readers with the information about things to do in Sapa, Vietnam.