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Special cuisine of Thanh Hoa – Dam Set Perch

Dam Set, a village in the Xuan Thien Commune, Tho Xuan District, Thanh Hoa Province lies next to the downstream of the Chu River. The land has many canals, paddy fields and lakes with rich sediment. The natural environment is favorable for the growth of the perch. For that reason, the flavor of Dam Set’s perch is like no other.

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The Cuisines of the Muong

Well-known for the grilled dishes of mountain animals, the villages of the Muong people in the West of Thanh Hoa also have so many more surprises for the tourists such as the ant cake or the sour bacon.

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Tadpoles braised bamboo in Thanh Hoa

The Muong people in West of Thanh Hoa for a long time has the custom of eating tadpoles (in the local language is Bubu or Baubau)

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3 delicious ele dishes in Thanh Hoa

Eel porridge, braised eel and eel rice vermicelli are the unique and delicious dishes made from eel in Thanh Hoa Province. The eel is so good that you want to stay here forever.

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7 Special Dishes of The Flooding South

In this land, the water is the veins of life. And also in Mekong, there are some cuisines that you should never miss when you are in this wonderful region.

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3 Ngan Cellophane Noodles Joints in a Rainy Day in Hanoi

Cellophane noodles are a type of transparent noodle made from starch, and water. They are generally sold in dried form, boiled to reconstitute, then used in soups, stir fried dishes, or spring rolls.

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Seafood hotpot fermented fish – Lẩu mắm Vietnam

To serve, add your favorite seafood and vegetables into the boiling broth. Cook for a couple of minutes and then enjoy with some rice vermicelli and dipping sauce

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Four Unique Coffee Drinking Style of Saigon People

Coffee was introduced to Vietnam by the French in the late 19th century, but the country quickly became a strong exporter, as vast swathes of the highlands were given over to this important new cash crop

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Witch cafe in Saigon

In the moonless night, residents will gather in the clearing in the woods, and eat noodles Ghost Pumpkin, drink Potions and dance in witchy tunes in the Tremble forest.

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Best To Eat in Saigon

Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is Vietnam at its most dizzying: a high-octane city of commerce and culture that has driven the whole country forward with its pulsating energy. A chaotic whirl, the city breathes life and vitality into all who settle here – visitors cannot help but be hauled along for the ride.

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