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Hunt for fabulous feats under $1 in Ho Chi Minh City (P2)

1.Bun rieu Vietnam is a land of noodle soups, and many enjoy at least one bowl of noodle a day, some, maybe even a few. The broth in bun rieu is made from a crab base stock, and another key ingredient are tomatoes, which create a broth that’s slightly seafood tasting, yet has a beautiful...
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Hunt for fabulous feats under $1 in Ho Chi Minh City

Food and travel, one of life’s great experience intersections. Although we enjoy our share of refined cuisine and elaborate meals at restaurants, it’s often our street food quests – raw on-the-ground journeys that convey authenticity – that yield some of life’s most revealing moments and enlighten us in unexpected ways. Food generally serves as a...
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Ho Thi Ky Flower Market in Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam’s markets are the center of local life. This is especially true in a big city like Ho Chi Minh. Visiting a Ho Chi Minh market while you’re traveling through southern Vietnam is a must. Where else can you try traditional food, people watch, pick up legitimately cool souvenirs, and take amazing photos all in...
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Going shopping at top flea markets in Saigon

A flea market is a type of portable mini mall or an offline marketplace that rents space to people who want to sell or barter products. The flea market is set up for a stipulated period of time. Used goods, low-quality items, high-quality items, antique items, handcrafted items… are commonly sold. Flea markets are a...
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Getting around Chinatown in Saigon to enjoy food

 Ho Chi Minh City offers diners a wealth of choice in cuisines. In addition to the obvious plethora of Vietnamese restaurants, cuisines from many countries are readily available throughout the city. There has a long history of Chinese people living here and of course Cholon, Saigon’s Chinatown, is testament to that. In fact, the city...
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From street food stalls to high-end restaurants in District 2

If you are a food lover and your goal is to visit all of the countries which have the great food, don’t hesitate to go to Vietnam – the homeland of Pho. The cuisine in Vietnam is so different from North to South and there is always a balance between meats, herbs and vegetable and...
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Enjoy your breakfast as a Saigonese

The right breakfast foods can help you concentrate, give you strength – even help you maintain a healthy weight.   Apart from the normal street food tour, there are special tastes that are perfect if you have them in the early morning. Wake up early and see a community come to life, and soak in...
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Enjoy delicious food at every corner of District 7

You’re coming to Vietnam – you’ve read about the street food, you’ve heard about the street food, but will you try? You may be on your way here, telling yourself “Of course, I’ll try it!”. But to be honest, upon first arrival, you may become wary of what you’ll actually try. There’s not likely to...
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Don’t miss out top Chinese restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

In the past, many people traveled to visit their families, attend a celebration such as a wedding, birthday or religious ceremonies or to enjoy a few days of quiet and relaxation at some places away from home. In the last decade, there is an emerging another exciting reason to travel – to discover and taste...
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Different versions of banh xeo in Vietnam

Vietnamese pancake – banh xeo – is one of the most popular dishes in Vietnam. Because of geographical differences in cooking styles and spices in Vietnam, banh xeo can have many different regional interpretations. Large or small, the round, savory crepes get their name from the sound of rice flour sizzling on a hot pan...
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