Best Things To Do For Your Tay Ninh Travel, Vietnam

Tay Ninh travel (Tay Ninh) is now a hot trend for both Vietnamese and foreigners. What to do in Tay Ninh? Check this list to prepare for your great trip! Conquer the Black Virgin Mountain The Black Virgin Mountain (Ba Den mountain) is one of the most popular places for Tay Ninh travel. You may…

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Pho – Everything You Need To Know

The complexity of simplicity  Traditionally, Pho noodle soup was eaten by Vietnamese people at any time of the day: breakfast, lunch, dinner, and night. Today, both locals and foreigners alike can be found hunched over steaming bowls of Pho at street carts throughout the night.  Despite its outward simplicity, Pho is underpinned by a complex arrangement of flavors and textures. …

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Travel by train in Viet Nam? Why not?

Vietnam has a very extensive and good rail network from Ho Chi Minh City (South) to Lao Cai, the station for visiting Sapa in the north of Vietnam. Traveling by train through Vietnam is a lot easier than taking the bus. Although it can be slower than by bus, you have much more space and…

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Why Vietnam is one of the cheapest travel destination in the world

Why Vietnam is a cheap country for travelers   There is a variety of reasons that Vietnam is cost-effective for tourists. Firstly, the US Dollar, Euro, and British Pound Sterling have strong purchasing power against the Vietnamese Dong. This means visitors to the country from Europe and the US literally get more bang for their buck. Everything is…

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Tet Holiday – Vietnam Traditional Lunar New Year

Tet Nguyen Dan, more commonly known by its shortened name Tet, is the most important and popular holiday and festival in Vietnam. It is the Vietnamese New Year marking the arrival of spring based on the Lunar calendar. The name Tet Nguyen Dan is Sino-Vietnamese for Feast of the First Morning.    The dates of…

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Ao Dai – Vietnam’s National Dress

Vietnam’s national dress, the Ao dai is one of the country’s most striking symbols of beauty. Over hundreds of years, the Ao dai has evolved alongside Vietnam, going from regal to practical, humble to high fashion, and back again. The Vietnamese Ao dai  is appreciated by the young and old alike, and its elegant lines flatter both men and women. …

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Rolls in Vietnam, not only Summer Rolls

Fresh and full of texture, Vietnam’s spring rolls are known and loved worldwide. However, the country has a more passionate love affair with hand-rolled bites than you might expect. From the ultra-fresh to the deep fried, Rolls are culinary staples across the country. Get to know the many varieties and flavors of rolls a little better with this list…

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Top 5 Sweet Soup you have to try when traveling Vietnam

Sweet Soup (Che) truly is Vietnamese typical dessert? At least not in the western world. It’s a Vietnamese sweet drink, soup, or pudding that consists of a syrupy liquid poured over ice. There are many different versions, but the most common are served with a type of bean, fruit, jelly, or grain. The beans are often mashed up they provide…

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“Snails and Shellfish” – sound weird, taste wonderful

A dozen sauce-streaked plates sit between mounds of empty snail shells on the plastic tabletop; beer cans float on rivulets of melted ice; crusty breadcrumbs fall like snowflakes as hunks of baguette are torn away to mop up the sauces; T-shirts and toes are spattered with tamarind, lime, chilli, coconut and lemongrass; the floor around…

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It’s Pancake, but Vietnamese Style

What is Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Pancake)? It’s got that seductive crispy, golden-brown crust. It has a crispy pancake like a layer made of a mix of turmeric powder and rice flour, stuffed with various ingredients, but most common are veggies, mung beans and meat, sometimes seafood or pork. The name of banh xeo is really interesting because the “xeo”…

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Com Tam – Best Saigon street food

What is Com Tam? Com Tam, or broken rice, is an everyday meal made from broken rice grains. In the past, the fractured grains were difficult to sell because most people preferred to eat the long, whole grain rice. With their broken rice unsold, farmers traditionally would use it as animal feed. However, food is rarely…

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