Mooncakes are special, indulging treats that cannot be missed during Trung Thu, or Mid Autumn Festivals, in Vietnam. In fact, some of us even wait an entire year to munch our favorite kind of Moon Cake. What's yours? Cast out your votes to decide the top...
Take a trip to Hanoi if you want to experience a cultural adventure, but come to Saigon if you want an urban, luxurious lifestyle. Especially if you are a first-time traveler, Saigon has a lot to offer for you!
From a popular influencer to a more obscure enthusiast, these are all people who share the love of Vietnamese food. So tune in for our picks right below for more on this S-shape country expansive cuisine!
It is without a question that Vietnam has a lot of noodle dishes. Here, we have Mỳ, and Hủ Tiếu, and Bún. And even so, there are Bún Mộc, Bún Chả Hà Nội, Bún Riêu... With all this variety, can you tell which is which? Let's find out!
Durian is one of those foods where either you don't like it because of the odor, or you really really into it. But will this unique spin on the fruit be the dessert that settles the argument about Durian once and for all?
For the Vietnamese locals, 2/9 (or the National Day), marks a glorious and jubilant celebration of one of the country’s greatest victories. But for everyone else, its occasion to sit back and enjoy the fun.
Filled with vibrant street foods, from banh xeo to butter-fried corn, there is so much variety that this town has to offer. So let's all decide once and for all what is the best munchin' experience from Saigon, shall we?
If there's anything that we have learned since January, is that quarantine sucks! And since you probably have binged away any great shows and movies that Netflix has to offer, what can you do while stuck indoors in Vietnam? Well, we have compiled a list o...