“Com dep”, flat glutinous green rice is a specialty of the Khmer in Soc Trang in general and Mekong River Delta in particular. “Com dep” is a popular dish and an indispensible offering in important religious rituals to pray to genies for favorable weather and bumper crops.
(Cinet)– Coming to Nam Du and Ba Lua archipelago, visitors will be immersed in the navy - blue sea covered by the white sands and will be enjoyed a variety of fresh seafood.
(Cinet)- Vietnamese people have been drinking tea everywhere at every time from the streets to the luxury. In Vietnamese norms, sipping tea is considered a beginning of a conversation with a soul mate or simply to lead first time meetings’ dialogues. Thai Nguyen has its own tea drinking culture with our own characters.
(Cinet)- Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam is no surprise the city of pho, one of country’s most famous dishes. You can sit down, relax and enjoy a bow of this delicious rice noodle every time of the day and at almost every corner of the city. However, the locals do have their own favorite places for pho. Here are some of Hanoi’s best pho bo (beef pho) that can satisfy even the most demanding locals.
(Cinet) - Located nearly the Binh Ba lobster island, Binh Hung is known as a green island of the city of Cam Ranh, Khanh Hoa with wild and glamorous beauty.