Fri, 10/30/2020 15:33:45
News for keyword : autumn

Autumn has arrived in Hanoi with gentle breezes tenderly penetrating street corners, replacing the summer heat and scattering bunches of yellow leaves on the pavements.

Hanoi is at its most graceful and poetic in autumn. It is often vividly colorful.
When the autumn breezes blow, Hanoians often enjoy typical snacks that recall the flavors of childhood.
Green rice is one of the most favorite street foods in the capital city that every visitor should try.
Unlike other kinds of cha, such as cha ruoi (nereididae sandworm omelette), cha ca (charcoal grilled fish) and cha muc (fried patties with squid eggs), which are mainly composed of aquacultural ingredients, cha com is mainly made of com (young sticky rice flakes) and has the subtle scent of new rice. Other ingredients for the dish include lean pork and pork paste.
American gourmet and wine magazine Saveur has listed pho broth among the best Asian soups to warm your stomach this fall.
As autumn unfolds and rice plants reach their peak ripeness, fields across northern Viet Nam are slowly turning their signature golden yellow. Now's the perfect time to tour across the region and see them.
For travelers, autumn in Mu Cang Chai, a district of Yen Bai Province in the northern upland, has a particular beauty.

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