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Vietnamese Food What to Eat in Vietnam


In the past few years Vietnamese food has become more and more popular around the world. Food lovers may have tried the two best known Vietnamese dishes – spring rolls and bread rolls. Rice, noodles, fresh vegetable and herbs all play big roles in Vietnamese food, making it one of the healthiest cuisines in the world. 

In Vietnam you’ll discover one unmistakable fact: Vietnamese people love noodles. They eat them every day, sometimes for every meal. Vietnamese noodles are made from a few basic ingredients, the most common being rice, wheat and mung beans, but a whole sub-cuisine is built on these basics. 


What to Eat in Hanoi Vietnam – A Hanoi Food Guide

What to Eat in Hanoi Vietnam – A Hanoi Food Guide


Wondering what to eat in Hanoi Vietnam? Our Hanoi food guide showcases the best food that we ate in Hanoi over five weeks in Vietnam’s chaotic capital city. Check out our favorite Hanoi restaurants, cafes, bars and street food because you won’t want to miss a thing during your visit.

Stepping into the chaotic streets of Hanoi can be scary. Wherever you are, motorbikes and cars whiz by haphazardly. There aren’t many crosswalks, and the relative few in the city are more suggestive than heeded. In fact, we jokingly refer to these walkways as suggested crossings! Yes, pedestrian conviviality has never been a Hanoi strong suit.


Best places to visit in Vietnam by motorbike

Travel by motorbike is one of the best travel experiences for any travelers. By motorbike, you can travel to anywhere you want and you also can enjoy all the great view along the way. In Vietnam, you can travel by bike from north to south easily. Here are some best places to visit in Vietnam by motorbike.


Best places to visit in Vietnam by motorbike


1. Moc Chau

Moc Chau is a place that has become quite familiar with tourists. Every year, Moc Chau is visited by millions of young people. With attractive routes, many attractions attracted, Moc Chau has a great attraction with people from professional to non-professional. This is an attractive destination for traveling by bike.


Vietnamese culinary culture

Culinary culture is the natural culture formed in life. Especially for the Vietnamese, food is not only a cultural material but also a spiritual culture. Through food, people can understand the culture of human dignity, the cultural level of the nation with the principles, rules and customs in the eating.
Vietnamese food culture.

Vietnamese culinary culture

Vietnamese cuisine is known for its features such as: harmony, diversity, low fat; Delicious taste with a combination of many types of reduction to increase the taste, attractiveness in the dishes. Eating chopsticks and using chopsticks and especially in indispensable meals is a common practice of the entire Vietnamese people.

Besides the common features, each region has its own culinary characteristics:


Northern cuisine: The dishes are moderately flavored, not too concentrated but with colorful colors, usually not thick with spicy, fatty, sweet, mainly using diluted fish sauce, shrimp sauce. Hanoi is regarded as the culinary essence of the North with delicious dishes such as noodles, noodles, bun cha, bun bo, Com Cong village, Thanh Trung rolls and special spices such as tomato stem, basil Glossy.

Central Cuisine: Central Vietnamese people prefer strong, tasty foods. The specialty is reflected in the special flavor, more spicy than the food in the North and the South. Colors are rich, vibrant, red and brown. Central cuisine is famous for sour shrimp paste, all kinds of fish sauce. Hue royal cuisine with royal cuisine style is not only very spicy, many colors but also focus on the number of dishes, how to place dishes.


Southern Cuisine: Due to the influence of Chinese, Cambodian and Thai cuisines, Southern dishes tend to be sweet and spicy. Popular types of dried fish such as Osphronemidae fish sauce, prahok fish sauce, Ba khia fish sauce... There are typical dishes such as: ham mats coconut water, bat roasted steamed chao, coconut, dinghy or date, crayfish, grilled fish snack ...

Ethnic minority food: The cuisine of each ethnic group has distinct identities. It is famous for raw pork mixed with small intestine in the Central Highlands, egg rolls (Cao Bang, Lang Son), Tay ethnic pancakes....

Culinary culture of the Vietnamese spirit
The spiritual culture of the Vietnamese in cuisine is the expression of beauty in the culture of communication, the behavior between people in the meal, to please each other through the attitude of gentle behavior, education . Eating out has its own rules, habits, from yourself, to your family, and relationships outside of society.

Each person must know how to be careful while eating, as well as to honor his or her saying: "When you eat, check the pots and pans; When you sit, check the direction.", or "First think and then speak"

In the family: eat the same tray, preferably food for older people, young children "After you", showing respect, love affection. Everyday meal is considered a family meal, everyone gathers together, together after a hard day's work.

In society: Inviting visitors to home expresses the culture between people and people in society. When having the opportunity to eat, the host often makes delicious food, cook as much to treat guests. Homeowners usually take food to invite guests, avoid stopping the meal before guests, and offer invitations to eat when guests stop the meal. Dinner is not only a fun but also expressed the typical hospitality of the Vietnamese.

Yen Tu Pagoda in Quang Ninh


Yen Tu Pagoda in Quang Ninh
Being a natural landscape, Yen Tu still preserves many historical sites with the name "land of Buddhism in Vietnam". Yen Tu Mountain is a mountain of Dong Trieu bow arch in Uong Bi City, Quang Ninh Province. At the top of the mountain, it is often covered with clouds, so people also call it Bai Van Son. Yen Tu forest is famous for its spectacular scenery and is known as one of the most beautiful landscapes in Vietnam. At the top of sacred mountain Yen Tu also has a historical area with ancient temples and ancient trees. Yen Tu also became the center of Buddhism since King Tran Nhan Tong abandoned the throne, cultivated and established a Buddhist sect called Truc Lam Yen Tu.

Yen Tu Pagoda in Quang Ninh



Top 5 best attractions to go in Ha Long

Halong Bay is a popular tourist destination in Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam. And is loved by travelers all over the world, wanting to come at least once in their lives.

Halong Bay is recognized by UNESCO as the natural heritage of the world with thousands of islands made by the great and live creativity. Ha Long Bay has beautiful scenery so this place is a very attractive tourist destination with domestic and international tourists.


10 things to know before coming to Vietnam- for foreign visitors

Here are just some of the things you need to know before making a good trip to Vietnam

1. Crossing the road: To overcome this difficult challenge, slowly settle into the car under the road, keep the speed stable, do not hesitate, do not stop, do not text by phone or see the map when crossing the street. The vehicle will automatically adjust to you.


8 reasons why American tourists enjoy travelling to Vietnam


GlobalGrasshopper, a global award-winning journal and a rich source of information for those who love self-sufficient travel, recently published a very detailed article full of praise for the country. Vietnam. Jack and Jenn - two bloggers from Who Needs Maps shared the reasons why international visitors love Vietnam so much.