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Top Places in Southwest Vietnam

When we think of southwest Vietnam, we think of the bustling countryside market or the scenery of lush coconut palm trees touching the sky. Travelers will remember the fruitful orchards and the complicated canal and river...

Rustic Vietnamese Cuisine at Di Mai restaurant

Living in modern Saigon filled with towering buildings, sometimes people want to go back to where their memories live. Expat Vietnamese who return to the homeland yearn for familiarity. And Di Mai restaurant, with its nostalgic...

Eating Bánh Xèo (Sizzling Crepe) is a Multisensory Experience

There are few Vietnamese dishes that can evoke as many of our senses as bánh xèo (sizzling cake or sizzling crepe), a bright yellow crepe stuffed with an explosion of protein goodness, served alongside a platter...

You’re Be Pleasantly Surprised with Fast Food in Vietnam

Bin is a nine-year-old boy living in Saigon. Like other kids, he is excited about his coming birthday, when he will be showered with presents and play with his friends with limited parental supervision. Last year, his...

A Primer to Vietnamese Coffee

Coffee was deeply ingrained in the Vietnamese culture after its introduction to the country by French missionaries in 1857. “To get coffee” in Vietnam is “to talk” or “to discuss”. Once an expensive product only available to...

The Proper Way to Enjoy Bánh Xèo as a Vietnamese

Pancakes have been a familiar part of every Vietnamese. For a good few times, this rustic food has lingered many of the expatriate children's hearts. For foreign tourists, this golden crispy cake is also an indispensable...

Exploring the notable snack food markets known by only authentic Saigonese on the trip to Vietnam

Saigon street food’s variety and richness in particular and Vietnam altogether fascinate domestic tourists and left a deep impression in most foreign tourists and overseas Vietnamese in their homeland visit. However, the limited time-budget often pulls...

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How Mangoes Benefit Your Health

Mango’s scientific name is Mangifera indica L and its genus belongs to the cashew family (Anacardiaceae)....

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