The central coastal province of Nghệ An well known for its beautiful beaches such as Cửa Lò and Quỳnh Bảng, and also its local specialties such as the popular dưa món (tuber pickles ) and nộm của cải khô (dried radish salad).
An ethnic-minority village in the Central Highlands province of Lâm Đồng has become well-known for its title “village with 3-nos” (no drinking, no smoking and no social evils) thanks to a concerted communal effort that commenced over a dozen years ago.
A series of festivals organised by different ethnic minority groups from the country’s northwestern region are taking place at the Việt Nam National Villages for Ethnic Culture and Tourism in Hà Nội.
Chả Ká offers a wide range of fish dishes.
I first met Nguyễn Phương Hải in Hà Nội a month ago when he was holding a class to teach people how to make bánh chưng (square sticky rice cake). The free class attracted a lot of people of all ages who were eager to make their very first bánh chưng.
For generations of Vietnamese, nothing is better than to gather family or friends and enjoy Vietnamese traditional dishes prepared by moms in the hometowns during the Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday.
With the opening of the first Uniqlo store in Việt Nam, HCM City has added another fashion giant to its growing list of popular brands.
The month before Tết (Lunar New Year), which will falls on January 25, are the busiest for residents of Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta craft villages since demand for traditional specialties spike.