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Vietnamese Food, Discover Cuisine of Vietnam – Travel Blog

  • In the opinion of many tourists who visited Halong Bay, one of the impression that they can enjoy the taste of seafood of Halong sea – cuisine in Halong. And, this potential has been developed by trading enterprises in Ha Long, make an impression with tourists coming to Halong Vietnam… Read more

  • The Vietnamese have a love of coffee that is bordering on obsession – and for good reason. Preparation and delivery of the hallowed, roasted bean is unique and the taste is the best in the world (in our humble opinion, anyway). Whether you drink it over ice or steaming hot; sweet and milky or bitter and black, the many, many coffee shops dotted around Ho Chi Minh have got you covered. Read more

  • Rice pancake is a popular dish of Vietnam and some countries in the world. However, every country and region has a different style and secondary ingredients. Among many kinds of Banh Xeo in Viet Nam, Banh Xeo of Can Tho is one of the most favorite pancakes of many people. Read more

  • Vietnam has been far famous for its unique and varied natural beauties, associated with the vigorous changes in people’s life. Apart from these, the richness in culture also appears as Vietnam’s enchantment. It promises a journey with full of wonderful hands-on experiences. Hence, there is a joke that: “Once visiting Vietnam, beside “Pho”, “Beerculture” is the other experience that you must try ever in your life”. Read more

  • If it’s location you are after in a dining out location then Hoi An’s many riverside restaurants will be just the (meal) ticket for you. Floating or land based, they exude effortless class and are surprisingly friendly places in a country where curtness sometimes is the byword in service. As in most travel destinations go with the flow and dine where the people are and you’ll discover culinary wonders for reasonable prices. Read more

  • Vietnamese cuisine is world-famous, but few visitors to the Southeast Asian country think about what they’ll be sipping on the streets of Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City. That’s a mistake: the country’s drinks are as delicious and diverse as its cuisine. Vietnamese people don’t usually drink while they dine, perhaps because most meals are either soup-based or include soup at the end, to fill up any “last holes.” Enjoying a drink is a separate event, whether it’s meeting friends for a coffee or stopping at a streetside stand for a refreshing juice. Read more

  • Sapa is not only famous for its natural beauty and landscapes, cool and fresh air, Sapa is best known for specialties. Sapa cuisine mirrors the country’s cultural and ethnic diversity. Its main characteristic is the systematic use of fresh, light products, mainly tropical or temperate fruit and vegetables. Read more

  • Here are some images from Vietnam which we hope you enjoy when to travel to Vietnam with Palm Vietnam Travel. Read more

  • Oh, Vietnam! The nation that left me wishing there were more mealtimes in the day. I’ve already talked about how much I enjoyed travelling through the country, and one of the main reasons was the food! Whether I was eating fresh veggie rolls or sipping on a hot bowl of soup, every dish I tasted was wondrous! Read more

  • The street food in Vietnam looked delicious and the ingredients appeared to be fresh, but would my tender Western stomach be able to handle it all? Should I miss out on this vital part of Vietnamese life, or forge ahead and risk earning a first-class ticket on the “Imodium Express?” Read more