My Long Rice Paper Cakes: A Delicious Tradition

Vietnam.com Editorial Team 2016-04-25

Rice paper cake is a local specialty in Ben Tre Province, Southern Vietnam made of soft rice and coconut milk roasted over hot coal. But while all provinces produce the tasty delicacy, Mu Long is especially known for its unique recipe which is especially meaty, aromatic and of course delectable. ...

An Bang Beach: Hoi An Paradise

Vietnam.com Editorial Team 2016-04-20

While most beaches today are crowded and overly commercialized, An Bang Beach in Hoi An City maintains its natural, beautiful state.   An Bang Beach is located about three kilometers from Hoi an City on the central coast. It covers an area of four kilometers of pure water and yellow sand....

Ao Dai (Áo Dài)

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

The most popular and widely-recognized national costume of Vietnam, the Ao Dai is a symbol to show the national pride. It leaves a lasting impression to anyone who comes and visit the place. Pronounced differently in varying parts of the country, ‘ow yai’ for most of the places in the South, and ‘ow...

Fusion Maia – Spa Inclusive Resort

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

A new and like-no-other addition to Vietnam’s luxurious 5-star resorts, Fusion Maia is Asia’s first resort with all-inclusive spa. Fusion Maia boasts the largest spa of central Vietnam. Most irresistibly, all spa services are already included in the room rate.

Hoi An: places of interest

vietnam.com 2014-07-30

Hoi An offers a number of interesting places to visit:

Gold Coast Hotel

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

Overlooking Danang Beach – one of the six most luxurious beaches in the world according to Forbes Magazine – the Gold Coast Hotel is ideally located on Ho Xuan Huong road which skirts alongside Danang’s coast. The three-star deluxe hotel is wonderfully designed with an elegant French style villa and...

Rach Gia

vietnam.com 2013-09-12

Most travelers only visit Rach Gia as a starting point for a trip to the island of Phu Quoc. Most ferries depart early in the morning and that is why Phu Quoc travelers use to stay here for the night, which is not too bad since accommodation and restaurants are good and the people are friendly.

Quy Nhon

vietnam.com 2013-09-12

The city of Quy Nhon is through its quarter a million inhabitants the bustling heart of Binh Dinh province. Touristic infrastructure expands here, while new accommodations raise alongside the wide beaches.

Sa Pa

vietnam.com 2014-07-30

In Northwest Vietnam, lying close to the Chinese border, a frontier town and district known as SaPa is considered one of the major excursion routes from Hanoi because of its breathtaking landscapes, famous hiking destinations and quite interesting form of trade. The township of SaPa, better known as...

Vinh

vietnam.com 2013-09-12

Vinh, known as the capital of Nghe An province, is not much of a tourist site. However, the city holds a long history, and during the Tay Son dynasty (1788-1802), was considered a potential capital of Vietnam. Originally known as Ke Van, Vinh have had several other names.

Best Hoi an Tours & Travel Agency in Vietnam

vietnam.com 2014-06-12

Hoi an one of the bright cities in Vietnam welcomes you to embellish your experience. The best agency of Hoi an Tours & travel is here to give you a helping hand.

Can Tho

vietnam.com 2013-09-12

Can Tho is the biggest and most important city of the Mekong Delta. For its citizens the city and its surroundings are an industrial center, where the whole Mekong Delta connects. To travelers it is a cozy and nice place with its small city center at the river.

Royal Tombs in Huế

vietnam.com 2013-09-12

The Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945) is the last of the Vietnamese dynasties. In total, there were 13 emperors, only seven of which had tombs however: Gia Long, Minh Mang, Thieu Tri, Tu Duc, Duc Duc, Dong Khanh and Khai Dinh. The seven imperial tombs are located in a hilly region southwest of the Citadel....

Thien Mu Pagoda

vietnam.com 2014-07-30

The Thiên Mụ Pagoda was constructed 1601 by Nguyễn Hoàng (1525-1613), who was the ruler of southern part of Viet Nam. He followed an old legend, saying that a Holly Lady has often appeared, who predicted that one day, a popular leader of the country will establish a pagoda at this hill for the sake...

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon): places of interest

vietnam.com 2014-07-31

Saigon offers some interesting sites:

Tu Duc Tomb

vietnam.com 2014-07-30

Located in a narrow valley 8 km from Hue (Duong Xuan Thuong village), Tự Đức Tomb is one of the most beautifully designed complexes among the tombs of the Nguyen dynasty. Embedded in a lush pine forest, this tomb is the final resting place of Emperor Tự Đức (1848-83) who had the longest reign of all...

Four-handed Buddha pagoda

vietnam.com 2013-09-12

Crossing immense golden paddy fields from Long Xuyen City, tourists will arrive in Nui Sap Township (Thoai Son District). Traveling some 10km, they will reach Oc Eo Township, which is considered the cradle of Oc Eo culture and civilization by archaeologists.

Son Tra Peninsula

vietnam.com 2014-07-30

Sơn Trà Peninsula is about 10km North East of Da Nang city centre and 693m high above sea level. The peninsular is about 60 square kilometer large. Sơn Trà is connected with Da Nang via the longest suspension cable bridge in Viet Nam, the Thuan Phuoc Bridge, which was just opened for public use...

Celebrating the Lan-Bao Hieu Festival with Lessons, Prayers and Meals

vietnam.com 2014-07-25

Vietnam may be a mix of different cultures and traditions, but Confucianism and Buddhism are among the strongest influence in the lives of its people. As filial reverence is the primary duty of all Confucianists, such could be strongly observed in the country.

Gearing up for Hue Festival 2012

vietnam.com 2014-07-25

In preparation for the 2012 National Tourism Year, the Hue Festival will open on April 7 next year. All resources mobilized The former imperial city of Hue in central Vietnam has held the Hue Festival four times, attracting an increasing number of both domestic and foreign tourists every time.

Experiencing Vietnam’s Tet Festival

vietnam.com 2014-07-25

Because of its significance in the country’s cultural identity, the Vietnamese New Year, more known as Tet, is considered the most important and popular festival in Vietnam.

Ada festival

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

The Pa Co ethnic minority people in Vietnam hold the Ada festival after harvest to thank Heaven and prepare for the next crop.

New Year Customs - Vietnam Style

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

There are several New Year customs in Vietnam that further enrich the already interesting Vietnamese culture.

Calligraphy at Tết Festival - a Tradition of Art, Values and Good Fortune

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

As a well-known Tết tradition of the Vietnamese aimed at reviving the nation’s cultural art, locals and tourists alike would always make time to come up to the Văn Miếu street during the Lunar New Year holidays.

Bamboo Delicacy

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

The Central Highlands is a hot spot for tourists, local and foreign alike. With its mountainous streets, rugged terrain, howling winds, foggy towns, night markets, various ethnic groups, dense forests, and a rich wildlife, it’s no wonder more and more visitors frequent the place every year.

Bun Thit Nuong – A popular yet specialty of Vietnamese Noodle Dish

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

Bun Thit Nuong (vietnamese Bún Thịt Nướng or Bún Chả) is a popular dish of Vietnamese cuisine which is considered as a Vietnamese culinary specialty. It consists of grilled marinated pork chop serves with thin rice vermicelli over a bed of mixed fresh vegetables and well mixed fish sauce. Bun Thit...

Cha Lua – A fine Vietnamese sausage for diverse serves

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

Cha lua (vietnamee: chả lụa or giò lụa) is known as Vietnamese sausage or Vietnamese ham. Sometimes, it is called as Vietnamese pork roll or Vietnamese pork meatloaf. Having various names, though, Cha lua is made from two basic ingredients pounded lean pork loin and very good fish sauce, wrapped in...

Mangosteen (Măng Cụt)

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

Because of the suitable climate owing from its geographic origin, the best mangosteens are grown in Southeast Asian regions. A known tropical fruit, it takes a great deal to successfully grow a Mangosteen tree in western countries.

Guava (Ổi)

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

A native of the tropical regions in Central America, the guava was introduced to South-East Asia around the 17th century. The guava fruit could either be round or pear-shaped, with thin dark green skin that turns yellowish green as the fruit ripens.

Evolution of Pho - Now, Mixed Pho

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

Who can resist a good bowl of Pho? The hearty and flavorful rice-noodle dish known as Vietnam’s national soup is not just a delicacy and specialty in Vietnam, but is also a delight to tourists and an unending craze to locals. Probably in every corner, and every alley in Vietnam, you will see locals...

The Boatman’s Flute - A Vietnamese Love Story

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

“Physical beauty is no guarantee of one’s love. But a love so enduring will surpass the limits of beauty itself.” Long ago, during the time of Ancient Vietnam, lived a very wealthy mandarin who only had, but one daughter. With a face as beautiful as lotus blossoms, the mandarin treasured his...

Fairy Tales

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

Fairy tale time! Read some of the most famous asian fairy tales here. Enjoy - it might broaden your horizont!

The Story of Tấm and Cám

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

Once upon a time, there lived a beautiful girl named Tấm. She was very young when her mother died. But despite her mother’s absence, Tấm was a very happy girl since her father, who loved her dearly, devoted his days raising her and looking after her.

The Two Sisters - A Vietnamese Story of Pride and Jealousy

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

In the foot of a jungle-covered mountain, there used to live an old-woodcutter and his twin daughters, Thảo and Hiền. Despite his old age, the woodcutter works extremely hard for his two children. Every day, he would take his axe and cut huge woods or gather small sticks from the jungle floor to...

The legend of Dã Tràng - a tale of endless pursuit

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

Long time ago, there lived a hunter named Dã Tràng. Everyday he would take his bow and arrows and head to the forest in search for a worthy prey. He follows the same trail everytime he hunts, passing by the same shrine along the way where lived two spotted serpents, which he feared at first, but as...

The Origin of the Buffalo - When Haste Pays a Huge Price

vietnam.com 2013-06-25

In the beginning, when Ngoc Hoang, the emperor of heaven, created the earth, he placed all men and beasts together on it. He was greatly pleased with how both existed peacefully and in order to feed them, he sent down one of his genie servants to bring men rice, beans and several crops for them to...

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