By Cuong BachApril 28, 2020 Lenin Stream is named after the well-known Russian revolutionary and politician Vladimir Lenin. This stream is not only attractive because of its natural beauty but it is also a witness of the war that the Vietnamese resiliently fought in to save the country.
Roóng Poọc is an annual festival of the Giay ethnic group in Northern Vietnam. It is held at the end of January in the lunar calendar as a goodbye to Tet holiday. This festival marks the beginning of a new year of farming and production.
For centuries, Northern ethnic groups in Sa Pa have been practicing bride kidnapping as a part of their cultural identity. This custom is not widely practiced and is considered fogy.
As Sa Pa is the city of ethnic minorities in Vietnam, there are many unique experiences to explore in this town. Sa Pa Night Market is one of them.
Jellyfish noodle is a popular dish in many places in Vietnam, but the original jellyfish noodles of Nha Trang is still the best one of all. Whenever Vietnamese come back to Nha Trang after a long time of separation, jellyfish noodles will always be their first meal to ease all the homesickness.
Bun bo Hue is a popular dish in many places in Vietnam like Hanoi or Saigon. But nothing can compare with the original flavor of traditional Bun Bo Hue in the ancient capital.
Local specialties of Hue truly capture the hearts of visitors. Above all, nothing can compare to the light yet memorable flavor of Hue royal tea.
The diverse cuisine of Hoi An is what really keeps the visitors stay for a long time and leaves unforgettable memories of this city. Here is a list of must-try food in Hoi An.
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