Best Hotels for Families Traveling to Vietnam
Consider the following ones throughout different parts of Vietnam to make the most out of your stay.
Most Popular Outdoor Sports & Activities In Vietnam
Whether you live in Vietnam or you heading there for a holiday full of adventure and exploration, you will want to know the most popular and best ways to get outside and enjoy all that this beautiful country has to offer both its locals and guests. Here are some of the most popular ones you can try out while in Vietnam…
There are an innumerable amount of types, flavors, colors, varieties and origins of beers. One in particular that stands out is Vietnamese beer. There are four interesting types of Vietnamese beers that we will focus on.
Pho Vietnam: Origin, Worldwide Recognition and How It's Made
Though this recognition of the dish has only occurred within the last two decades or so, the soup itself has been around since the early 20th century.
This yummy thick beverage is typically made out of coarsely ground dark roast coffee beans, which are grown in the highlands of Vietnam, combined with a bit of chicory. Coffee plants aren't native to the area, but French colonists introduced them to the region in the late 19th century.
MO DUC GRILLED GREEN RICE
We often see the picture of some women carrying big loads walking around Saigon streets. Even sometimes at night, we get to see them surrounding the loads into a circle, like a wall separates their world with the outside world; and there are 4 or 5 women sleep inside the circle. They are Quang Ngai women go to the big city to sell their homeland’s speciality: Com (grilled green rice)
Easy Riders: Uoc Le spring roll
Uoc Le is a trade village which used to be located in Thanh Oai District, Ha Dong Province, later belonged to Ha Tay Province and several years recently it belongs to Hanoi; Uoc Le village is about 25km distant from the city in southwest direction. This village is well-known at producing some traditional dishes under the general name of “gio cha” (spring roll). The kinds of spring roll are categorized following the materials.
Easy Riders: A journey through Soc Trang cuisine
Soc Trang is a delta coastal province, located at the end of Hau River; it is a branch of Mekong Delta. It has borders with East China Sea with 72 kilometers on seaside. Soc Trang covers a total area of 322,330 hectare and has a population of about 1,243,982. There are three different ethnic groups living together include Vietnamese, Chinese and Khmer minority group through centuries; there are about 28.35% of Khmer minority group and 8% of Chinese people. Therefore, Soc Trang is the land that involves many
Easy Riders: A common "snail noodle soup" store in Hanoi
One of the aftertastes remain in my recent trip to Hanoi is a bun oc (snail noodle soup) store. When my colleagues heard that, they teased me: “Please cut that “common” part, now bun oc has become a specialty in Hanoi! We (rural officers) cannot even come near to that common store…”