Travel experience must go hand in hand with cuisine
Tourism development, in addition to the elements of scenic spots and typical cultural features, in order to attract tourists, it is highly necessary to give priority to culinary elements. Because of the fact, not only do many people go travelling for sightsee and admire sites they really want but they also consider it to be a highly inviting journey of culinary discovery, especially regional cuisine.
Programme promotes Vietnamese culture and tourism to Israeli friends
The Vietnamese Embassy in Israel organised an event on July 19 aimed at promoting Vietnamese culture, cuisine, and tourism to Israeli friends.
Hanoi Cuisine Festival opens
Hanoi Cuisine Festival opens   (May 23, 2022)
The Hanoi Cuisine and Handicraft Villages Tourism Festival has opened to visitors in Le Quang Dao Street in Nam Tu Liem district to entertain SEA Games visitors.
Ca Mau announces tourism programme for 2022
The People’s Committee of Ca Mau Province has promulgated a tourism programme for 2022, comprising a string of attractive activities and events to promote the locality’s culture, cuisine, and tourism potential.
Culinary interaction in the Mekong Delta
Kinh (ethnic Vietnamese), Chinese, Khmer and Cham peoples who live together on the same swathes of land in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta have retained their own cultural identities. There have been also interactions which show the uniqueness of this region, particularly when it comes to cuisine.
Vung Tau city to host cuisine week
The 2021 Vung Tau Taste Week will take place from April 24 to May 2 in the coastal city, featuring a wide range of cuisine, art and entertainment activities, the city People’s Committee has announced.
“Bun suong”, a Tra Vinh-style noodle soup
A stall in Saigon serving “bun suong”, a type of shrimp noodle soup originating in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh, attracts scores of discerning patrons.
Explore street foods in Buon Me Thuot City for no more than US$3
The Central Highlands' Buon Me Thuot City, also known as the capital of coffee in Vietnam, is a food paradise where you can buy a delicious dish for US$3.
Remembering Nam Pho “banh canh” in Hue
It is often said that Hue is very quiet and sad in winter, especially when rain pours from day to day. However, the announcement of “Let’s eat Nam Pho 'banh canh' (thick noodle soup)” may dispel the sullen feeling and the cold.
Coconut milk custard cake   (Sep 25, 2020)
Coconut milk custard cake
Tourists can savour Ben Tre’s sweets for dessert at the Ba Beo stall on Hung Vuong Street, where the signature dish is the coconut milk custard cake.
“Thach gang”: A popular refresher of Hai Phong city
“Thach gang” (home-made grass jelly) conjures up childhood memories for most people in the northern port city of Hai Phong. The fresh softness of the jelly melts on the tip of the tongue.
Kem xoi a summer treat to beat the Hanoi heat
Nguyen Thu Loan from Germany loves getting the chance to enjoy Hanoi’s special treat kem xôi (sticky rice ice cream) when she returns to Vietnam.
Sample succulent organic duck in Binh Duong
Vịt Cu Chì Restaurant is a friendly, cosy outdoors spot that has specialised in organic duck dishes for many years in Thu Dau Mot Town near HCM City. My Duyen reports.  
The horn shell in Mekong River Delta
The horn shell, also known as the mud creeper, are commonly found in mangrove forests. These are found on tree trunks, feeding on algae or organic detritus.
Mantis shrimp   (May 27, 2020)
Mantis shrimp
 “Tom tit”, or mantis shrimp, is a dish that seafood lovers do not want to miss out on when visiting Ha Tien town, Kien Giang province.