Tips for travelling in Chau Doc
Châu Đốc is a city in An Giang Province, bordering Cambodia, in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam. The...
What to eat in Hoi An?
Hoi An was used to be one of the most busiest seaport of the Inner Region during the Vietnam...
What to eat in Ben Tre?
For miles the coconut trees cover the land, the gardens with fruits ripe on the trees, the people are...
Tips for travelling in Long Hai

Long Hai Beach is a beautiful beach that is exotic but still quite wild scenery. It is a perfect place for those who love the beach but dislike crowded and noisy places. Here are some of the experiences that we would like to share with you when travelling to Long Hai.

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Tips for travelling in Vung Tau

During 14th and 15th centuries, the cape that would become Vũng Tàu was a swamp which European trading ships visited regularly. The ships’ activities inspired the name Vũng Tàu, which means “anchorage”. The French Indochinese government named it Cap Saint-Jacques (“Cap Xanh Giắc”, in Vietnamese). The cliff of Vũng Tàu is now called Mũi Nghinh Phong (literally meaning “Cape of breeze welcome”) or (“Cape of greeting the wind”).

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Tips for travelling in Chau Doc

Châu Đốc is a city in An Giang Province, bordering Cambodia, in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam. The city has a population of 157,298, and covers an area of 105.29 km².

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What to eat in Hoi An?

Hoi An was used to be one of the most busiest seaport of the Inner Region during the Vietnam Civil War of 1700-1800s, and because of that, the culinary is like a mixing pot of so many cultures. You can easily find a delicious dish here without stepping foot into a restaurant.

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What to eat in Cao Bang?

Come to Cao Bang an try out the amazing cuisines of the North like Roasted duck pie, Trùng Khánh Chestnut, tofu or some other peculiar dishes like ant’s eggs cake or Sour Phở. Regardless of what you choose, these experiences will stick to the mind and the tongues of and travellers and food lovers.

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What to eat in Bac Lieu?

First look, the sesarmid looks very similar to the paddy field crabs. However, the sesarmid is much smaller and lives in salty water area. Used to be a bucolic, daily lives meal, the sesarmid is now listed as one of the most famous cuisines in Bac Lieu.

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What to eat in An Giang?

Coming to An Giang, not only that you will discover the beautiful terra with countless of sightseeing destinations such as Châu Đốc Lady Pagoda (Bà Châu Đốc), Sam Mt, Cấm (Forbidden) Mt, the magnificent Mt, but also the amazing cuisines of the Chăm, Khmer, Chinese, and Vietnamese people. Countless wonderful dishes are awaiting you to come and enjoy in An Giang.

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What to eat in Ben Tre?

For miles the coconut trees cover the land, the gardens with fruits ripe on the trees, the people are friendly, simple, and adorable. And last but not least, the foods are just incredibly amazing.

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What to eat in Binh Dinh?

Bình Định was probably one of the places where the Cham first arrived in what is now Vietnam. Its favorable geography led to the rise of the Cham Port of Thị Nại where Quy Nhon is now located

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What to eat in Kon Tum?

Nature has given to the land of Kom Tum its majestic and unspoiled beauty which cannot be found anywhere else. Combining the gifts from nature and their creativity and diligent, the people here have created so many delightful dishes that you cannot miss while visiting this beauty of nature.

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