Top 7 best take-away coffee shops in Saigon
Living in Ho Chi Minh city, sipping a cup of Ca phe sua da for less than $1 while sitting, and watching the vibrant pace of life are probably the best things to do. For those who don’t have time to roll out on the passenger’s way, take-away coffee is the...
Eat all Ho Chi Minh: Fill your stomach with just 100.000 VND
There might be a day you want to say goodbye to your privileged life, dining in fancy restaurants because you are going to survive in Saigon with 100k in your pocket. How? Check out this 100k-eat-Saigon article. The dishes suggested are available all day...
5 best places to have Bún bò Huế in Ho Chi Minh City
Bun Bo Hue, a bowl of spiced-up noodles cooked finely from beef bones, originated from Hue, is a familiar all-day meal to all Vietnamese. This delicious dish is best to taste in the Imperial City of Hue. But luckily, many Hue migrants have come to Saigon,...
Who are the 5 most welcomed Foreign Vloggers in Vietnam?
Vietnam is a country full of hospitality that welcomes anyone regardless their nationality, background, ethnic, or skin color. Combining with the era of Vblog, several foreigners living in Vietnam kickstarted their YouTube channel, delivering their experi...
Top 7 Marketing Agencies in Vietnam you can trust
An agency appears to be helpful in aiding new startups in terms of getting the hang of the local market and consumers’ behavior. If you are looking for one agency to work with, here we have objectively evaluated the top 5 Marketing Agencies in Vietnam.
5 best camping grounds near Ho Chi Minh City to escape this holiday
At the end of April 2021, Viet locals are going to have up to 4 days off to celebrate the Independent Day, so is Sai Gon. Most of the population is leaving to their hometown and visiting parents. The holiday returns the city to a more tranquil breeze in w...
Top 30 yoga classes in every district in Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh is a city full of vibrances and conveniences where you can facilitate almost all common services, including improving your health. In this article, Fancy would like to provide a list of yoga classes in 12 districts to keep on your healthy life...
Vietnam local guide – Do’s and Don’ts when visiting a pagoda in Vietnam
Living or visiting Vietnam, there should be a time you visit a pagoda in the area. And are you curious about how the locals pray, burn incense, chant, and prostrate? Spiritual belief is a part of life in Vietnam. So, if you can abide by the custom when vi...
Name these 6 Vietnamese snacks!
There are all kinds of snacks available in Vietnam reaching from the North to the South, but have you tried them all out? Let's check out your knowledge by playing this game down below!
Top Moon Cake Varieties
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...
Travel tips for First timers in Saigon
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!
Top Vietnamese Cuisine Food Bloggers
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!
Can You Get Through This Vietnamese Noodle Trivia?
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!
A Guide to Vietnam Durian Pancakes
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?
A Brief History of Vietnam’s 2/9 and What To Expect in Saigon
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.