Banh hoi long heo - signature dish in Phu Yen
If you ever head on a trip to Phu Yen, don't forget to try banh hoi long heo (steamed rolls made of rice-flour served with pig's inner organs), a simple dish in this central province but quite strange to the taste buds of tourists from other regions.
Sai Gon Salad Rolls
Sai Gon Salad Rolls   (May 13, 2013)
The Southern region of Vietnam has a system of criss-crossing rivers and canals and primitive forests that provide the land with a plentiful resource of food to make delicious dishes,…
Quang noodle, so good speciality!
Knowing Vietnamese noodles can be extremely helpful, as "pho" is to Hanoi and beef rice noodles is to Hue, Quang noodles is very popular in Quang Nam and Da Nang.
Street food experience in Hoi An
Hoi An Ancient Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999, appeals to most tourists for its irresistible charm of architecture and landscape.
Saigontourist launches tour
The Saigon Travel and Service Company (Saigontourist) has launched a tour "Foreigners celebrate Tet in Vietnam" for foreign tourists in Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong River Delta.
Da Lat's delicious night market
When the sun goes down, Da Lat city in Lam Dong province is lit up by the bright lights of shops, restaurants and hotels. In the cool night air, you should dress warmly to wander around the small streets exploring the local cuisine.
Grilled dishes attract tourists in Sapa
Coming to Sapa, apart from its splendid landscapes, tourists will be attracted by Sapa's specialties such as grilled salmon, barbecued wild pork, smoked pork and fried mushroom with meat as well as many tasty vegetarian dishes.
Enjoying thot not in Van Giao   (Dec 19, 2012)
Enjoying thot not in Van Giao
Thot not (coconut palm) trees are an integral part of the Khmer community in Van Giao Commune, Tinh Bien District, An Giang Province. The area also attracts many tourists to witness locals making coconut palm sugar and have the opportunity to enjoy thot not fruit.
Snack food in Hanoi: less is more
With the fast approach of winter in town, most Hanoi lovers are seeking new places for snack food and their most iconic wintry dishes are nem chua ran (fried fermented pork), banh mi thit xien (grilled pork with toast), or banh chuoi (fried banana cake).
Different colours of Vietnamese Tea
The way of making and drinking Lotus or Jasmine tea is the treasured custom of Vietnamese people. Every cup of natural flower-scented tea captures a fraction of Vietnam's rich and vibrant culture.
Ninh Thuan's delightful savory banh can
Visitors to the southcentral province of Ninh Thuan should take the opportunity to taste banh can, a local specialty made from rice flour served with egg and seafood.
Hung Yen's unique Ban soy sauce village
The Ban craft village produces arguably the most delicious soy sauce in Ban Township, Yen Nhan District, Hung Yen Province.
Delicious street food in Hoi An
Tourists to the ancient town of Hoi An can easily find restaurants majoring in Western and Vietnamese foods. However, to make your trip to the town more interesting, tourists are advised to spend their time tasting some good quality street food.
Foreign tourists impressed by Hanoi nightlife
Hanoi is one of most attractive destinations for foreign tourists thanks to its colorful nightlife, enriched by night markets, delicious food, cozy atmosphere and busy streets.
Hanoi emerging as a destination for foodies
In the quest for the best pho, bun cha and more in this culinary capital, look for the stands favored by elderly Vietnamese - they know quality when they taste it. Along the way, you'll find religion, history, art and the theater of daily life.