Nom Hoa Chuoi (Banana blossom salad) once a popular dish in rural parts of the country, is now a specialty of Vietnam cuisine.
You want an ice cream for baking days? Let's go with us and we will ensure that you not only get your ice cream but you will also "scream" for the strange and delicious ones which have presented themselves in Hanoi's Old Quarter.
Rex Hotel Saigon and Binh Quoi 1 Tourist Site, both under Saigontourist, have put on their promotion programs in accordance with the “Saigontourist – Savor Vietnam” program.
In Hanoi, pancakes have become a cheap and tasty breakfast made and sold at stands. Although there are so many kinds of pancakes, Thanh Tri pancakes remain the most popular ones.
The 2016 Summer Sea Festival opened on June 22 in Quy Nhon city in the south-central province of Binh Dinh.
The central city of Danang has launched its app inDanang on mobile platforms to provide tourists with necessary information on the city, aimed at giving them the best possible experience when visiting the city.
Boletus edulis, king bolete or more the commonly known penny bun mushroom is becoming popular in Hanoi due to its supposed cooling properties that can reduce body heat.
Eco Box is a distinctive flea market in Ho Chi Minh City because old containers are used as stalls to sell goods instead of canvas tents as seen at normal markets of this type.
Literally the hottest thing at the moment, the chilli salt grilled bread is taking Saigon by storm, getting every street food professional to have their own grab at the latest craze of summer.
The ‘bun cha’ combo Obama ordered during his trip in Vietnam has gone down in history, marked by a whole page in the menu of the street food place he dined in.
The Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon will hold an exclusive city Jeep tour from 5 pm on June to 10 pm to help guests discover an exciting night life in Saigon in response to the fifth annual Global Day, which will take place simultaneously at nearly 170 Renaissance hotels around the world.
Park Hyatt Saigon’s outlets, including Opera and Square One, have prepared special F&B programs to serve guests during this month.
VOV.VN -Besides a number of eye-catching dishes, Vietnam is also well-known for its scary culinary specialties that will make foreigners ‘creepy’. However, if they pick up a piece into their mouth, they will want to enjoy more and more thanks to its delicious taste.
Located in Cha Ca street, 'Cha ca La Vong' (grilled fish) is the famous restaurant to many Hanoian as well as visitors from all over the world.
Two luxury hotels under of Saigontourist in the central province of Quang Binh are running promotional programs in June.
Visitors who used to go to Hanoi will eagerly seek a chance to enjoy West Lake shrimp fried pancake, a speciality of this place, which can make a great impression. The reason is not only in shrimp pancake itself, but also in the beautiful scene at West Lake.
VOV.VN - Most visitors to Hanoi sample the most famous dishes— beef pho, bun cha and banh mi, says Lonely Planet. But here’s 10 more adventurous street foods, with something for both the brave and faint of heart.
Le Méridien Saigon has opened the first night of its Summer Soirées series, which takes place every Friday evening between June and end-August.
Hotels, resorts, tourist sites and restaurants under Saigontourist Holding Company have launched promotions for both local and foreign guests as part of the Saigontourist - Savor Vietnam summer promotion program.
Restaurants managed by WMC Group in downtown HCM City have prepared a number of food and beverage (F&B) programs for customers to enjoy in June.