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Charming Viet Nam (824 Posts)
The wildlife conservation park Vinpearl Safari Phu Quoc, the first-ever safari in Vietnam, is considered to be one of attractive destinations bringing interesting experiences to visitors.
A combination of green beans and seaweed, 'che dau xanh rong bien' is a perfect blend of land and sea, bringing natural fresh nutrients and a delightful flavour to eaters.
Van Hanh Zen monastery in Da Lat city is a cultural landmark that features bold Buddhist architecture. The monastery exhibits pictures and antiquities collected by its Most Venerable Abbot Thich ...
Mui Doi (Doi Cape) is located on Hon Gom Peninsula in Van Thanh Commune, Van Ninh District, Khanh Hoa Province. Viet Nguyen, a reporter of the Thoi Nay (Today) publication ...
The Xiem Can Pagoda in the Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu has attracted many visitors with its splendid beauty and great hospitality of the local people.
The northeastern mountain district of Bac Son in Lang Son province is home to many historical sites and charming landscapes. Local people are still practicing their age-old traditions that vividly ...
Every hour in Hanoi is a memorable time to capture the beauty of the millennial city from different perspectives, from traditional to modern.
The horn shell, also known as the mud creeper, are commonly found in mangrove forests. These are found on tree trunks, feeding on algae or organic detritus.
“Tom tit”, or mantis shrimp, is a dish that seafood lovers do not want to miss out on when visiting Ha Tien town, Kien Giang province.
For northerners, fermented pickles are part and parcel of daily meals, but for locals in central provinces, particularly Nghe An, nhút (pickle made from young jackfruit) is a real specialty.
‘Che khuc bach’, a Vietnamese take on the classic Italian dessert panna cotta, is a perfect dessert to cool Hanoi's hot summer.
For many Vietnamese, Pho is much more than just noodle soup. From street vendors to luxurious restaurants, Pho has become the national dish of Vietnam.
The movie “I see yellow flowers on green grass” catapulted the central coast province of Phu Yen to fame. The province has won praise for its friendly people, delicious food, ...
"Bo la lot", grilled beef in lolot pepper leaves, has emerged as a popular street snack in Vietnam thanks to its fragrance.
Grasshoppers are closely intertwined with childhood memories of Vietnamese people. Roasted grasshoppers, moreover, have long made a rice harvest’s delicacy and a nutritious dish on many family's meals.
To many Mekong Delta locals, grilled banana dipped in coconut milk represents a vessel of delightful childhood memories.
With mighty mangrove forests, unique floating markets and cultural destinations, An Giang Province is a beautiful place to visit during the rainy season, which will come next month.

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