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You want to take a little adventure into most terrifying dishes of Vietnam? Something that makes you feel a little nervous everytime you put the food in your mouth? You feel bored with salad with beef, chicken and regular vegetables?
When visiting Flamingo Dai Lai Resort, you not only have chance to feel the green space, close to nature, but also enjoy Flamingo’s special cuisines by its professional chefs.
Once the prosperity indicator under Vietnam's subsidy period, chicken is among the most versatile ingredients used in Vietnamese cooking, pleasing the taste buds whether steamed, boiled or lending a meaty taste to salad. But it seems chicken shines brightest when accompanied by rice.
A combination of beaten rice and sweet and sour blood cockle salad is a great example of southern Vietnamese fare.
A bowl of warm stuffed snails, tasty grilled dishes or a warm cup of soya milk at night could make you long for rainy days in Da Lat.
Hanoians typically start their day with all sorts of savory dishes, with noodle soups being the most popular choice. They are full of flavor and provide much needed energy for a long working day.
Hanoi House, Nha San and Tadioto are unique addresses for tourists who love creative art spaces when visiting Hanoi.
Newly opened this month, Cam Ranh Riviera Beach Resort & Spa is the first 5-star luxury resort to be built in Cam Ranh peninsula in Khanh Hoa province.
One of Hanoi’s best-known beverages was invented by a Mr. Giang, who was a bartender at the Metropole Hotel during the French colonial era. He took the Cappuccino and added egg cream and a Vietnamese twist.
Vietnam needs to have five million companies, ten times the current number, for there to be a breakthrough in economic growth. In recent years, the country has seen a wave of emerging startups, with companies springing up like mushroom after rain, but there remains much to do to take advantage of this newfound strength. VIR's Khanh Tran reports.