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What is inside a Banh Mi?

Banh Mi has made it to the world just like Pho did and is even trendier because it’s probably cheaper and easier to carry around. Banh Mi is the Vietnamese name for all kinds of bread but more specifically on baguette which was introduced into Vietnam in French colonial period. Banh Mi has been used and modified to suit Vietnamese’s …

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Vietnamese Fish Sauce

The very renowned and unique condiment that must be used in every meal of Vietnamese is no other than Nuoc Mam, in English, Fish Sauce. Fish sauce is an amber-colored liquid made from fermented fish and sea salt. Nowadays fish sauce is used commonly in Southeast Asia countries such as Thailand, Cambodia, Filipino, and Laos. Origin of Fish Sauce It’s …

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How to eat with a Vietnamese

Food is a very important and significant part of Vietnamese culture. We can say that cuisine takes part in every aspect of life in a country that has been deeply influenced with agriculture. Therefore, like any other country in the world, Vietnamese people do mind about eating manners and dining behaves. However, you can relax a little bit because there …

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Phu Quy Island Travel Guide

Phu Quy island or Cu Lao Thu island of Binh Thuan province is located about 110 kilometers from Phan Thiet. The island is famous for its pristine beauty and friendliness of local people. This is the perfect destination to travel in summer. The name of the island literally means “wealth” or “richness”. Related: Ly Son Island Travel Guide Phu Quy archipelago …

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Things to do in B’Lao (Bao Loc)

B’Lao or Bao Loc is rather a unique city of central highlands when in almost everywhere else the people plant coffee, Bao Loc people stick with green tea. No one can really explain the origin and exact meaning of the old name B’Lao, it either means “low flying cloud” or “goodness” and not that there is mere relation between two …

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Best Drinks in Vietnam

Not only having the one of most delicious and healthiest foods, Vietnam also has wide range of beverages that are fresh and tasteful. Here we listed the most common and loved drinks of Vietnamese people. Vietnam Regional Noodle Soups Coffee Vietnam is the biggest market of Robusta coffee and Vietnam is the world’s second-largest coffee producer. In Vietnam, we have …

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Cat Tien National Park Travel Guide

As one of the best campsites in Vietnam, Cat Tien national park spreads on an area of about 720 square kilometers on three provinces: Dong Nai, Lam Dong and Binh Phuoc, located about 150 kilometers away from Ho Chi Minh city on the north. Nam Cat Tien or Cat Tien national park is also one of the six biosphere reserves …

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Ha Giang 4 days 3 nights by motorbike

Follow up our previous post on Ha Giang travel guide, this article will suggest a neat plan in 4 days and 3 nights to Ha Giang on motorbike which is absolutely doable for motorbikers. You literally can visit Ha Giang in any time of year but we recommend visiting in winter time from late September to February. Located at the …

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Ha Giang – A Stone Flower

Ha Giang beauties had appeared endless times in Vietnamese literature, music, photography, cinematography, and many other kinds of art. Unlike those well-known destinations as Ha Long Bay and Hanoi, Ha Giang is somewhat of a hidden fairyland where a mixture of natural beauties and ethnic traditions is shaped to its finest. More than that, Ha Giang, like a stone flower, …

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