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Feb 12th
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Vietnamese Drink

Vietnamese Drink - it is easy for tourists to look for a reasonable price drink such as beer, wine, coffee, tea, etc. in Vietnam...

Unique coffee culture in Ho Chi Minh City

Unique coffee culture in Ho Chi Minh City There is no doubt that Vietnam – the 2nd largest coffee producer in the world is well known for consuming coffee at a large amount. So here comes to Saigon, where drinking coffee has been an exclusive culture than any places of Vietnam.   Strangers may clearly recognize Ho Chi Minh as the City of both ancient and modern values with historical, cultural tourist attraction. But maybe to other wanderlusts, small things called coffee, street food, etc. are absolutely the unforgettable experience ever! No one knows exactly the number of coffee shops in the City as apart from many eye-catching coffees shops on main large streets, there are countless ones in cul-de-sacs and even in very small, meandering alleys. The diversity and popularity of coffee shops here has resulted in a spiritual culture with its own distinctive features in the daily life of Saigon. If Hanoians would like to check in luxurious or branded coffee shops, Saigoners just need a cup of coffee, sitting on a plastic stool around where they feel comfortable and where they can freely chat with friends. Just no chair, no cake counter, the coffee here is served super quickly. All you have to do is just raise your voice and your favorite drink will come in less than 5 minutes! Normally, people call for black coffee or milk coffee and a cup of coffee costs around VND10.000 – a cheap price for a “coffee shop” in the city center in the most expensive city in Vietnam. So just try coffee your way here in Saigon!
 

Tea with longan and lotus seed

Tea with longan and lotus seed Tea with longan and lotus seed is considered as the Vietnamese quintessence ... Read more >>

“Chè” - Vietnamese Sweetened Porridge

“Chè” -  Vietnamese Sweetened Porridge "Chè” is a Vietnamese term that refers to any traditional Vietnamese thick, sweet dessert soup or s weetened porridge . S weetened porridge is a kind of ... Read more >>

Nuoc mia, or sugar-cane juice

  Nuoc mia, or sugar-cane juice Sugar-cane juice is a type of drink commonly found in Vietnam as a refreshing drink during the hot Viet... Read more >>

Bottoms up!

Bottoms up! In Hanoi, you can find the simplest corner bar on Earth with tiny plastic stools on the sidewalk, small tables on the ground, laden with glasses of be... Read more >>

Vietnamese wine

Vietnamese wine When we say that Vietnam is warming with reds these days, we aren't making a political statement, of course. We're talking about wine. With the easing... Read more >>

"One cup of tea, please!"

... is what you often here when walking along Hanoi streets, near a lamp post, under the shade of a tree, or next to a door where there is a low table... Read more >>

Hanoi’s coffee culture, like no other

Hanoi’s coffee culture, like no other Sai Gon has coffee on high floor, and under ground, etc., whereas Hanoi has street coffee and traditional cafeteria. The competition between Trung Ngu... Read more >>