If it is no longer strange the majestic beauty of the Dong Van stone plateau or the Nho Que River in the northeast of Ha Giang, then Suoi Thau, the clear green land like a fairy, will be a discovery in the West, compared to "Swiss steppe in the heart of Ha Giang".
Southeast Asia's longest volcanic cave system and several stunning natural vistas make Dak Nong a recent tourist destination.
Fish vermicelli, seafood, grilled spring rolls, etc., are dishes visitors should try when coming to the coastal city of Nha Trang.
The Old Quarter, with 36 streets, has been the busiest place in the capital since the old days. And still, the old town is the place to preserve the "taste" of Hanoi in the most standard way. This is also the most popular tourist attraction in Hanoi.
Lan Ha Bay is located east of Cat Ba island and south of Ha Long Bay (Quang Ninh), with nearly 400 large and small islands.
Not only a beautiful land full of sunshine and wind, Quy Nhon also has many famous delicious specialties.
Chua Hang Street is famous for its pate, a favorite nightlife of Hai Phong people.
Pho (Phở) is a famous dish, a symphony of flavors that many diners remember when coming to Vietnam. This dish is a combination of Vietnamese culture and tradition, the pride of Vietnamese cuisine with friends around the world.
The veranda is nestled at the foot of the Red River dike, on the bustling Au Co street. But entering the porch is like being lost in another world; peaceful and can heal wounded hearts.
Tro cake is a traditional cake that is a must-have offering to ancestors during the Doan Ngo Festival, a Vietnamese festival known for eliminating pests and diseases that harm crops. The name “tro cake” comes from its main ingredient, which is glutinous rice soaked in ash water. To ensure the
Continue with the journey to discover Quang Binh, the land of diverse nature, heroic history, friendly people and rich cuisine.
Cooc mo cake stands as a revered culinary treasure among the Tay ethnic community residing in the majestic mountainous provinces of northern Vietnam. This traditional delicacy brims with cultural significance and takes center stage in numerous local festivities. Known affectionately as “cooc mo”