Vietnamese food-lovers all across the globe are falling in love with the tasty sandwich; however, this tasty favourite hasn’t always been a go-to dish in Vietnam. Here, let’s breakdown the history of the well-known banh mi and where you can find the best ones around the country.
Towering pagodas, expansive tombs, lush green mountains and world-class cuisine - this is what to expect in Hue. Located two hours from the bustling Da Nang city, this relaxed little town is rich with history and packed with delectable dishes to indulge in.
The dynamic Southern hub of Ho Chi Minh City, is bursting with innovative and exciting things to do. For visitors this lively city can feel overwhelming at times, that is why we have crafted this list of the 15 best things to do in Ho Chi Minh City.
Measuring just 19 km (12 mi), the Hai Van Pass is still considered one of the world’s most beautiful coastal drives as it winds its way through the Truong Son mountain range of Central Vietnam with lush jungle on one side and the beautiful blue East Sea on the other.
When the Ho Thuy Tien Water Park opened in Hue in 2004 to the reported tune of USD 3 million dollars, the locals were ecstatic. “We finally had somewhere to hang out,” remembers Lan, a Hue local. “Our whole class would go camping there on holidays.”