Vietnam dos and don’ts

Vietnam has a great cultural diversity of various interesting and unique customs. There are also many dos and don’ts that tourists should take them into consideration when you travel to Vietnam. Let’s check out some top Vietnam dos and don’ts and take some note so that you won’t be involved in any embarrassing situations.

Specialty Broken Rice in Saigon Food Tours

Saigon is a land of multiculturalism, thus cuisine of Saigon mixed flavors of many regions. And broken rice is very popular in South Vietnam, this type of cooked rice is also found in others places in the Central, Northern and overseas.

Are you ready to fill your belly with Saigon street food?

Saigon is one of the largest cities in Vietnam which is also called “the city that never sleeps”. So do not worry about not having anything to deal with your hunger at late night. Life in Saigon always seems to keep moving ceaselessly, even more dynamically when the sun goes down.

Pho in Vietnam food cuisine

Food cuisine is one of the attractions that draw people around the world to visit a country, besides tourist destination. And when it comes to this, you can tell a lot of the country and its people just from the food there. This is the case of Vietnam and its famous Pho. 

3 must-try dishes of saigon street food

Vietnam cuisine is so marvelous and unique with many kinds of food. One of the attractions of Vietnam food is street food, especially Saigon street food. Street food or sidewalk food is the foods or drinks prepared and served on the footpath with small plastic tables and chairs.

Phở Hòa Pasteur

Talk about Saigon food, what would you think about first? Most people immediately choose Pho to be a specialty of Saigon.

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