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The Coast Road: Saigon to Hoi An & Beyond

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

Thanks to new coastal roads, it's now possible to ride from Saigon to Hoi An, and beyond to Dong Hoi, following the coast all the way & avoiding the busy main artery of Highway 1 for the vast majority of the route. This is a salty, sunny, sandy & scenic road trip.... Continue reading

Cơm Bình Dân - A Typical Vietnamese Street Food Meal

Cơm Bình Dân - A Typical Vietnamese Street Food Meal


Migrationology - Food Travel Blog

Cơm Bình Dân is a Vietnamese street food meal of rice and pre-made side dishes. It's known as a workman's meal as it's cheap and filling.

Soei (ร้านเส่ย) - One of My Ultimate Favorite Restaurants in Bangkok

Soei (ร้านเส่ย) - One of My Ultimate Favorite Restaurants in Bangkok


Thai Street Food, Restaurants, and Recipes | Eating Thai Food

Soei Restaurant (ร้านเส่ย) is one of the best restaurants in Bangkok that specializes in extremely flavorful Thai food. An amazing place to eat!

Beef Pho in Saigon: Try It at Pho Phuong 25

Beef Pho in Saigon: Try It at Pho Phuong 25


Migrationology - Food Travel Blog

Pho is without doubt the most famous Vietnamese food, and in Saigon you'll find hundreds of restaurants serving it, but a good choice is Pho Phuong 25.

Hải Đăng Vegetarian Restaurant, Saigon

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

Hải Đăng is a simple, local, informal vegetarian restaurant in Saigon's Binh Thanh District. The sheer variety and freshness of vegetable dishes on offer (not just tofu and 'fake meat') sets it apart from other Vietnamese vegetarian eateries in the city.... Continue reading

Interesting Stories Behind The 130-Year-Old Cha Ca La Vong Restaurant

by Vietnam Track @ Vietnam Track

One of the very special dish of  Vietnam is ‘chả’, something only unique to Vietnam that no one can find

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Dortmund Prepare The Energy Ahead Of The Hot Game

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Bãi Rạng Beach, Quy Nhon

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

A small crescent of toast-gold sand lined with coconut palms & casuarina trees, Bãi Rạng Beach is squeezed between two rocky bluffs, 15km south of Quy Nhon. It's still a local, working beach & remains undeveloped.... Continue reading

Cooking Class Review: Pea's Homestyle Thai Food

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

Pea’s course is a great way to learn simple, delicious homestyle Thai food. It’s not fancy, it doesn’t require a gazillion ingredients, and it won’t take hours to prepare. She’s also well aware of what ingredients most Westerners can and can’t source, and has chosen her menu accordingly. If you want to know what Thai people are likely to eat on a day-to-day basis, this is the course for you!

Morocco to increase high-ranking visits to Vietnam

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

He and the Vice President of the Moroccan House of Representatives Amina Maelainine were received by Chairwoman of the National Assembly (NA) of Vietnam Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan in Hanoi, on January 19. The top Vietnamese legislator welcomed the Moroccan delegates, who are attending the 26th Annual Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum (APPF-26) and […]

Photos of Saigon street food (2015 Apr-Jun edition)

Photos of Saigon street food (2015 Apr-Jun edition)


Kenneth Tiong eats

The two foreign countries whose food I enjoy the most in Southeast Asia are Thailand and Vietnam. When I had the fortune to be based in Saigon for two months earlier this year, three exceptional lo…

ONE DAY OF A VIETNAMESE: WHAT DO I EAT?”

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Have you ever wondered that how a day of Vietnamese is like? A fashionista may ask: “What do you wear?” A wanderlust may raise a question: “Where do you go?” But a food lover may wonder: “What do you eat?” And here, today, I, a Saigonese and a food lover show you what a typical […]

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Cooking Class Review: Nary's Kitchen

Cooking Class Review: Nary's Kitchen

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

This class is indicative of what you'll find across Cambodia: a good introduction to accessible Khmer food at a very reasonable price. All of the menu items are very Western-palate-friendly, the kitchen is clean, and the instruction is good. The available menu, however, is not unique to this class. It features the same 5-10 options found around the country, though they are done quite well here.

Dhaba India in Tokyo

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During my latest visit to Tokyo, I was craving something a little bit different and decided to give Dhaba India South Indian Restaurant a try since it was conveniently located near Tokyo Station. Almost every Indian restaurant in Okayama seems to be a variation on the same theme, so the idea of trying something different … Continue reading "Dhaba India in Tokyo"

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Vietnamese Food: 30 meals in 30 days - The Yoga Nomads

Vietnamese Food: 30 meals in 30 days - The Yoga Nomads


The Yoga Nomads

Vietnamese food... I documented one meal every day for 30 days straight while traveling through Vietnam. WARNING: don't read on an empty stomach ;)

How to Do Mount Fansipan Right

by Anna Suszynski @ The Christina's Blog

Mount Fansipan is the highest mountain in Vietnam and Indochina peninsula, located in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range. It was once only visited by adventure seekers fit enough to make the strenuous hike, but now this mountain offers a few different experiences for all types of travelers. Regardless of the new tram that brings […]

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23 Things To Do In Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City): Top Attractions!

23 Things To Do In Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City): Top Attractions!


Migrationology - Food Travel Blog

Discover these 23 things to do in Ho Chi Minh City, the biggest and busiest city in Vietnam. Don't miss these incredible attractions when you're there!

Com Tam Ba Ghien - The Grand Slam of All Vietnamese Food

Com Tam Ba Ghien - The Grand Slam of All Vietnamese Food


Migrationology - Food Travel Blog

Com Tam Ba Ghien is one of the most famous Vietnamese restaurants in Saigon to eat broken rice and grilled pork chops, com tam suon nuong.

5 Ways to Improve your Teaching Skills (as a new yoga teacher)

by Anne @ The Yoga Nomads

As yoga teachers, we’re refining our craft in every class we teach. Each time we guide others in a yoga practice, there is an opportunity to learn and grow as teachers. After all, inside every experience lies a teacher. However, trying to implement these lessons can be quite challenging. When we strive to become better […]

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The Taste of Vietnam with Saigon Food Tour

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

As the rain started to pour down in Saigon, exotic smells evaporated from the worn cement roads.  It was over 100 degrees out and we were constantly pulling our clothes from our skin.  The locals protected themselves with plastic coverings and the street venders started closing up shop as the rain fell and we prepared for […]

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A Tasty Introduction to Eating Snails in Saigon, Vietnam

A Tasty Introduction to Eating Snails in Saigon, Vietnam


Migrationology - Food Travel Blog

Sea snails and shellfish, known as ốc, are common and delicious to eat when you're in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam. Here's what to order and eat.

The Lunch Lady - Saigon's Celebrity Street Food Stall

The Lunch Lady - Saigon's Celebrity Street Food Stall


Migrationology - Food Travel Blog

The Lunch Lady in Saigon is a street food restaurant that specializes in serving Vietnamese noodle dishes. Though famous, the food remains delicious.

How to Choose the Right Domain Name & Hosting for your Yoga Website

by Anne @ The Yoga Nomads

Do you have a “domain name” and “hosting” yet? If not, this article is for you… I’ll never forget the night we chose our domain name and hosting. It was the same night we decided to buy a one-way ticket to India and take our lives on the road…indefinitely. (That’s another story for another time…) […]

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Results Of The English League Last Night

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I want to die violently instead of fading out sentimentally

by lalunasg @ LaLuna Saigon

ON THE PLEASANT SHORE OF THE FRENCH RIVIERA, about half way between Marseilles and the Italian border, stands a large, proud, rose-colored hotel. Deferential palms cool its flushed façade, and before it stretches a short dazzling beach. Lately it has become a summer resort of notable and fashionable people; a decade ago it was almost […]

6 Popular Yoga Teachers Who Use WordPress

by Anne @ The Yoga Nomads

The recipe to becoming a successful yoga teacher starts with your yoga website. By now, you’ve learned all yoga teachers need a website because it’s the foundation of your yoga business. Your website helps you stand out from the crowd and showcases your unique offerings. It’s your 24/7 marketing machine and is often the first […]

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Cooking Class Review: Kangaroo Restaurant

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

Kangaroo class is exactly the type of class that we typically try to avoid: it caters to larger groups, it has a set menu of tourist favourites and it came recommended by our hotel. However, we found ourselves liking the class much more than we expected and we think you might too! The focus is on very Hue-centric food, which you aren’t likely to learn about in other parts of Vietnam and the instruction is very clear. Give it a go if you’re passing through Hue! If you’re as lucky as we were, you might even get the class to yourself.

Vietnam in Review: Masters of One

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

The food scene in Vietnam is all about the masters of one - restaurants named after one dish, serving one dish. You’ll find places with “Bun Cha,” “Pho,” or “Bun Bo Nam Bo” in their name, and the only options you have are whether your Bun Cha comes with or without spring rolls, whether your Pho has rare or well done beef, whether you want Bun Bo Nam Bo or nothing. The only way for these people to stay in business is to make their one dish really well, so you can feel confident that you’re going to get an excellent meal. 

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Strange children should smile at each other and say, “Let’s play”

by lalunasg @ LaLuna Saigon

ON THE PLEASANT SHORE OF THE FRENCH RIVIERA, about half way between Marseilles and the Italian border, stands a large, proud, rose-colored hotel. Deferential palms cool its flushed façade, and before it stretches a short dazzling beach. Lately it has become a summer resort of notable and fashionable people; a decade ago it was almost […]

MoF tightens casino supervision

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

Casino establishments in Viet Nam must soon equip their venues with features like a working camera system to aid the Ministry of Finance (MoF) in supervising the casinos’ operations, as part of the MoF’s plans to legalise casino activities for Vietnamese people. Inside a casino on Phu Quoc Island. – Photo phuquocislandguide.com The MoF’s Decree […]

Laos affirms support for successful APPF-26

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

He made the remarks while meeting with NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan in Hanoi, on January 19. Sengnouane Sayalat said that it is an honor for him to attend the APPF-26, noting that the collaboration between the two countries has been intensively promoted with practical results. He highly valued the cooperation and support that […]

The Workshop, Ho Chi Minh

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh

My third visit to Ho Chi Minh was marked by the major subway construction project taking place right in the center of the city and the numerous new restaurants which had sprung up since our last visit. The Workshop was on my list of new places to visit.  The new coffee shop located right in … Continue reading "The Workshop, Ho Chi Minh"

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The price for his intactness was incompleteness

by lalunasg @ LaLuna Saigon

On the pleasant shore of the french riviera, about half way between Marseilles and the Italian border, stands a large, proud, rose-colored hotel.

Snails & Shellfish: A Guide

Snails & Shellfish: A Guide


Vietnam Coracle

Snail eating is incredibly popular in Vietnam. A night of shells & beer is a very local experience. Young & old feast late into the night. The snails come in all shapes and sizes and they're delicious. 'Shell tapas' is a fun night out that everyone should try Continue reading →

Reasons To Fall In Love With Saigon (Part One)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City is the biggest city of Vietnam. Saigon is lively and full of the friendliest of people. Saigon is rapidly growing. Saigon is vintage with all the old buidings and constructions from the last century. Saigon is beautiful with all of its colors of life. If you ever come to […]

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Kalpapruek Silom in Bangkok, Thailand

by admin @

The Silom branch of Kalpapruek from the outside doesn’t look like much. It’s conveniently located a short distance Surasak station in a quiet neighborhood. I entered the restaurant from the back garden entrance and you have the option of eating outside.   With the heat, I decided to head inside. The restaurant is quite spacious and … Continue reading "Kalpapruek Silom in Bangkok, Thailand"

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Cambodia in Review - Choose Your Own Adventure

by Reid Witzel @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

From the moment we landed in Phnom Penh to the last meal in Siem Reap, Cambodia showed us a world of opportunities and paths less travelled. The country hands you endless new smells, tastes, and sights that you turn into your own adventure - sometimes it works out for the better and sometimes it doesn't. But that's the fun of it! You really learn to be spontaneous here. 

Travel to Sapa – Homestays and More

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

H’mong, Dao, and Giay people speaking English more fluently than Vietnamese, tremendous natural vistas right outside your balcony, an early morning chill with clouds hovering over the mountains, this and more is what you should expect from Sapa! Located on the northern border of Vietnam, Sapa is the only region of the country that has […]

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Hu Tieu Nam Vang - A Typical Street Food Lunch in Saigon

Hu Tieu Nam Vang - A Typical Street Food Lunch in Saigon


Migrationology - Food Travel Blog

Hu Tieu Nam Vang is a common Vietnamese street food noodle soup you'll find at restaurants and along sidewalks throughout Saigon. Enjoy!

Tomb Rider: Hue to Dong Hoi on Back-Roads

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

Covering nearly 200km of completely empty beach, coastal back-roads lead from the old imperial capital of Hue to the beach city of Dong Hoi. Scattered with thousands of traditional-style tombs, this coastal region is rarely explored by foreign visitors... Continue reading

Abura Soba Kasuga-Tei in Akihabara

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Abura soba can be translated to “oil noodles” and it’s a great meal for anybody not thinking too hard about their own arteries getting slowly clogged down. My co-worker strongly recommended Kasuga-Tei when I recently visited Tokyo. I had a meeting near Tokyo Station and the shop in Akihabara was the nearest one. The shop … Continue reading "Abura Soba Kasuga-Tei in Akihabara"

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Indonesia in Review: A World in One Country

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

Out of the 14,000+ islands in Indonesia, we only made it to the widely beloved Bali (which we had to see for ourselves) and its neighbouring island of Java. But even with our very surface experience, it was evident that Indonesia is home to an incredible amount of diversity - just not in the sense that we’re used to back home. There aren’t a lot of immigrants here, there isn’t a ton of international food, but there are migrants within the islands and there is a wealth of regional food that gets transferred throughout the country. 

Cooking Class Review: Hanoi Cooking Centre

Cooking Class Review: Hanoi Cooking Centre

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

The people behind Hanoi Cooking Centre not only know Vietnamese food, they also know Western palates and pantries. The instruction is very clear, with great demonstrations and lots of hands on time. The biggest drawback in our course was that we didn't get to personally grill our food, but it by no means ruined the experience. The classes at Hanoi Cooking Centre are a great way to learn how to cook the food that regular Vietnamese people eat both at home and on the streets. 

Why Yoga Teachers Need to Maintain a Personal Practice

by Anne @ The Yoga Nomads

Do you want to be a better teacher? (Let’s be honest, who doesn’t?) The answer is simple: Be a better student. “Practice and all is coming.” (Pattabhi Jois) Pattabhi Jois was onto something… In essence, he’s referring to the greater experience of yoga that comes with a disciplined practice. If you don’t make time to get […]

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Starbucks in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh

Starbucks is now in Vietnam.  I won’t lie to you, the first time I visited Vietnam, I could not imagine Starbucks in the streets of Ho Chi Minh. The streets  are changing quickly but I still can’t figure out if it’s for the best. This is the New World Starbucks which stands on a major roundabout in … Continue reading "Starbucks in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam"

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Saigon Street Food: Broken Rice (Com Tam) - The Christina's Blog

Saigon Street Food: Broken Rice (Com Tam) - The Christina's Blog


The Christina's Blog

Every country has its own round of comfort foods. For the Vietnamese, nothing says home like a plate of com tam (broken rice).

Valencia Performance Is Becoming Increasingly Becoming

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G20 ministers call for inclusive growth, rejecting protectionism

by robert @ Uncategorized – Talk Vietnam

(VOVworld) – Ministers of G20 member nations at the World Economic Forum have called on the international group of major economies to continue aiming for inclusive growth and free trade, and rejecting protectionism. Germany’s Federal Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schauble (Photo: alchetron.com) Wolfgang Schauble, the Federal Minister of Finance of Germany, which currently holds the […]

Cooking Class Review: The Hill Station

Cooking Class Review: The Hill Station

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

The Hill Station runs a great series of cooking demos, though we’d hesitate to label it a cooking class since the hands on time is limited to basic chopping. Still, it's a very cool experience and if you're willing to put in the effort you can take some new techniques back home.

Get Off the Beaten Track in Hue, Vietnam

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

Located on the bank of Perfume River, this city is the capital of Thua Thien Hue province, 700 kilometers to the south of Hanoi. Although you can visit Hue at any time of the year, the most charming season is surely from March to August, especially March through April when the temperature is at its […]

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Jupiters Coffee Roasters in Tokyo

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Exploring Tokyo on a bicycle proved to be a great way to discover places I would probably never get to see otherwise. After grabbing lunch in from of the main gate of Yasakuni shrine, I headed back toward my hotel in Akasaka and stopped at Jupiters Coffee Roasters ジュピターズ コーヒー ロースターズ. Jupiters coffee roasters is a … Continue reading "Jupiters Coffee Roasters in Tokyo"

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Cooking Class Review: We's Kitchen

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

We’s class is a sneak peak into the lesser known Northern Thai cuisine. Northern Thai food is heartier, more rustic, and packed full of herbs. If you know what you want to learn, you can customize 3-4 dishes for her to teach. If you don’t have suggestions, she can either design a menu to showcase Northern classics, or she can teach you some classics like panang or massaman curry, pad thai, or whatever else you can dream up! As it was private, it cost more than other classes, but was still a reasonable price for North American standards. 

A Taste of Southeast Asia - A Night at the Depanneur

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

Reid and I hosted our first supper club event as My BF and GF this past Saturday, July 9th at the Depanneur in Toronto. I first heard about the Depanneur from my sister who is also in the food industry. She told me about their drop-in dinners, where any chef can make a dish to sell on Friday nights, and some workshops she had taken such as cheesemaking. It really is a place where "interesting food stuff happens".

Yoga & Wellness Websites that use the DIVI WordPress Theme

by Anne @ The Yoga Nomads

Earning a full-time income from yoga & yoga related endeavors is a pretty common goal around here. In fact, it’s the single most common thing we talk about. Can yoga provide a reasonable income?! I mean… who doesn’t want to do what you love, while helping people, AND get paid fairly for it. In order […]

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Celebrity Travel Addict: Mark Wiens of Migrationology - David's Been Here

Celebrity Travel Addict: Mark Wiens of Migrationology - David's Been Here


David's Been Here

Celebrity Travel Addict interview with Mark Weins of Migrationology. Learn about his food travel adventures and why we should all eat like locals.

Vietnam in Review: Masters of One

Vietnam in Review: Masters of One


My BF is GF

The food scene in Vietnam is all about the masters of one - restaurants named after one dish, serving one dish. You’ll find places with “Bun Cha,” “Pho,” or “Bun Bo Nam Bo” in their name, and the only options you have are whether your Bun Cha comes with or without spring rolls, whether your Pho has

Wallonia Parliament holds third hearing on EU-Vietnam FTA

by robert @ Uncategorized – Talk Vietnam

(VOVworld) – The EU’s chief negotiator highlighted the benefits of the European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) at the Parliament of Belgium’s Wallonia region’s third hearing on the deal on Thursday. Mr. Mauro Petriccione gave a presentation before the parliament on Vietnam’s social-economic development and assessment of the country’s advantages as well as the benefits […]

Kim Thanh

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh

I am pretty sure that you don’t equate Vietnam with mind blowing yogurt and dairy;  I certainly didn’t until I visited Kim Thanh in Ho Chi Minh. Kim Thanh was just one of these great little surprise located in the shadow of the massive French and American consulate right in the heart of the city. … Continue reading "Kim Thanh"

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Lasenta Boutique Hotel, Hoi An

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

A comfortable & aesthetically pleasing synthesis of the exotic & the familiar, the modern & the traditional, and Asian & European elements, Lasenta Boutique Hotel is yet another addition to Hoi An's list of excellent value, mid-range accommodation... Continue reading

Socially Responsible Travel in Hanoi (Travel and Give Back)

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

The phrase “socially responsible travel” is a new trend followed by travelers all over the world, in the context that traveling and experiencing new cultures is popular nowadays. Hanoi, renown for the chaotic Old Quarter, many little temples, Dong Xuan Market that sells household goods and street food, already has so much to offer. However, […]

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Savory Vietnamese Dishes – A Look Into The “Bun” Family (Part Two)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Following the last entry, us Saigon Food Tour is going to introduce you to more of the “Bun” family. But this time, these bowls of “Bun” will be more different and they are not so well-known by travellers as well. 3. Bún thịt nướng ( Chargrilled pork patties with herbs vermicelli ) I know we all like our […]

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Creating the Perfect Teaching Schedule – for you and your yoga business

by Anne @ The Yoga Nomads

As a full-time yoga teacher, your schedule from week to week is rarely the same. You go from one class to the next, sometimes clear across town in the middle of rush-hour. This is all in an effort to squeeze in 20+ classes in your week so you can ensure you’re able to pay rent […]

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People living alone get used to loneliness

by lalunasg @ LaLuna Saigon

ON THE PLEASANT SHORE OF THE FRENCH RIVIERA, about half way between Marseilles and the Italian border, stands a large, proud, rose-colored hotel. Deferential palms cool its flushed façade, and before it stretches a short dazzling beach. Lately it has become a summer resort of notable and fashionable people; a decade ago it was almost […]

Marukame Udon in Vietnam

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh

Disclaimer: I visited Marukame udon on my third visit to Ho Chi Minh.  I tend to stay away from non-local food when I travel, but I simply could not resist.  I did resist to try the Yoshinoya at the new HCM Aeon mall.   If you throw a rock in Japan, there is a good chance … Continue reading "Marukame Udon in Vietnam"

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New friends can often have a better time together than old friends

by lalunasg @ LaLuna Saigon

ON THE PLEASANT SHORE OF THE FRENCH RIVIERA, about half way between Marseilles and the Italian border, stands a large, proud, rose-colored hotel. Deferential palms cool its flushed façade, and before it stretches a short dazzling beach. Lately it has become a summer resort of notable and fashionable people; a decade ago it was almost […]

She knew few words and believed in none

by lalunasg @ LaLuna Saigon

ON THE PLEASANT SHORE OF THE FRENCH RIVIERA, about half way between Marseilles and the Italian border, stands a large, proud, rose-colored hotel. Deferential palms cool its flushed façade, and before it stretches a short dazzling beach. Lately it has become a summer resort of notable and fashionable people; a decade ago it was almost […]

Thailand in Review: Even the 'bad' food is good

Thailand in Review: Even the 'bad' food is good

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

There is no such thing as ‘bad’ food in Thailand. While it's true that there are both tourist-Thai and local-Thai restaurants, even the tourist ones serve up pretty exceptional food. One week into our trip and we were still expecting disappointment every time we opted for a sit down meal rather than a take-away local meal from a market, but every time we were shocked by the results. Whether we ordered pandan-wrapped fried chicken, a classic curry, or some cashew chicken cooked on an open fire, there was no such thing as a bad meal. 

16 police officers killed in South Afghanistan

by robert @ Uncategorized – Talk Vietnam

(VOVworld) – Up to 16 officers were killed as militants stormed police checkpoints in Afghanistan’s southern Kandahar province on Friday. Afghanistan security forces in a raid of Taliban fighters in Nangarhar province (Photo: AFP) An Afghan official said a group of Taliban rebels attacked some security checkpoints in Miwand district, triggering a gun battle during […]

A Foodie’s Guide to Hue, Vietnam

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Come to Hue and Eat like a Local Hue City is the old capital of Vietnam. Despite its location – next to Da Nang – the new economic center, Hue is calm and peaceful in a unique way. If you want to have a truly relaxing travel experience, Hue is definitely the city you must […]

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VNPT to support Ninh Binh province in developing smart tourism

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

At the signing ceremony, VNPT introduced several smart tourism solutions and emphasized the important role of IT application to building high-quality tourism to better serve tourists and contributing to local sustainable economic development. At the signing ceremony Under the agreement, VNPT Ninh Binh will provide tourists with smart applications on cellphones to provide them with […]

Koto Saigon

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh

When I read about Koto Saigon restaurant before leaving for Vietnam I was sold to the idea of a restaurant helping disadvantaged kids get ahead, but once I got there I was convinced that the idea is a success. Koto Saigon which was started in 1999 is now a beautiful restaurant located down an alley … Continue reading "Koto Saigon"

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Saigon to Hanoi: A Food Diary

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

On a recent road trip between Saigon & Hanoi I made a record of some of the meals I ate along the way, to try and illustrate the variety of food available, and what a delight it is to eat your way from one end of the country to the other... Continue reading

HAPPY VIETNAMESE WOMEN’S DAY: FLOWERS AND GIFTS

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Women of Vietnam have two holidays to celebrate – Mother’s Day, coinciding with International Women’s Day and Vietnamese Women’s Day. The latter, that falls on October 20 every year, has a significant importance for the Vietnamese women. On October 20, 1930 the women of Vietnam united against imperialism and created a special organization, that later […]

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Saigon Food - Explore the foodie heaven (Part 1)

Saigon Food - Explore the foodie heaven (Part 1)


Saigon Food Tour

Saigon food exceeds how people define insanity. There are hundreds of dishes to try and we, Saigon food tour, will take you through a journey of taste.

The Authentic Taste Of Saigon

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Just imagine going to a whole different country, meeting the young and dynamic local people that are willing to take you to explore the best traditional food that you will never find on the Internet. What can possibly be more fun? 😉 Riding scooters, Eating vendors 6.45am, Tran Thi Thu Hong (senior at Foreign Trade […]

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Liberty Central Hotel, Nha Trang

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

Liberty Central Nha Trang is a contemporary, stylish, high-rise hotel just a block from the beach. Featuring elegant, minimalist decor, extraordinary sea views, rooftop bar & its own section of beach, Liberty Central is a solid place to stay in Nha Trang.... Continue reading

So, why Taiwan?

So, why Taiwan?

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

Ooof. We're settled at last. It's been a crazy busy/really relaxed couple of weeks of hanging with the Lo fam while we settled into our temporary home, but we've finally got a bit of time to breathe and to write. For those of you who care enough about us to notice the drop in content, but don't know where we've gone, the answer is Taiwan. 

REASONS TO FALL IN LOVE WITH VIETNAM (PART TWO)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Scooters/Traffic Scooters are nothing special, they are everywhere on this planet. BUT scooters in Vietnam are a pretty big deal. We have around 90 million people in the country and guess what, nearly each of them owns a motorbike (excluding children and elders). Coming to Vietnam, you will see for yourself the lines of scooters […]

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Binh Chau Hot Springs Resort & Spa

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

Just a couple hours' drive from Saigon, Binh Chau Hot Springs Resort & Spa has improved it's facilities and aesthetics in recent years: it's now a lush, relaxing and satisfying retreat from the city.... Continue reading

Vietnamese Food: 25 Must-Eat Dishes in Saigon (and Where To Try Them)

Vietnamese Food: 25 Must-Eat Dishes in Saigon (and Where To Try Them)


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Vietnamese food is an insanely delicious cuisine. Here are 25 Vietnamese dishes you need to try, and restaurants to eat them in Saigon.

Cooking Class Review: Sela's Homestyle Food Experience

Cooking Class Review: Sela's Homestyle Food Experience

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

Sela’s class is a great way to get an in depth look at Cambodian food and culture in a family setting. He’s knowledgeable, passionate and on a mission to help his community and nearby farmers. We loved the opportunity to hang out with his wife, kids and dogs while cooking up some interesting dishes not found at standard tourist-friendly cooking classes.

C.O.D. in Tokyo

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I was siphoning the WIFI connection at Fuglen when I came upon a tweet about C.O.D. where the author mentioned he ate the best chili dog. My plan to eat at Ahiru wine bar had failed and a chili dog sounded like an amazing idea. C.O.D. is a short distance from the Gaiemmae metro station. … Continue reading "C.O.D. in Tokyo"

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From French Baguettes To Today's Banh Mi - Vietnam Track

From French Baguettes To Today's Banh Mi - Vietnam Track


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       Speaking of Vietnamese food, most people immediately think about Pho, the national dish of Vietnam, but there is one rising

New High-speed Boat Route Saigon – Can Gio – Vung Tau

by Minh Nguyen @ Vietnam Track

From now on, everyone who loves traveling from Saigon to Vung Tau (or vice versa) can try a brand new

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2017 Yogi Gift Guide

by Anne @ The Yoga Nomads

Growing up in Minnesota, the first frost always signified the official change in season. After that first blustery cold night, we knew the holidays were right around the corner. We’d wait in anticipation for the gatherings and gift exchanges that bring family and friends together. To find that perfect gift, we’d rush to the shops […]

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Lau De Truong Dinh HCM

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh

Lẩu Dê Trương Định was located 10m from the door of my appartment in Ho Chi Minh and the amazing smell won me over.  This restaurant which serves goat meat was always packed .   This restaurant is a short walk from the center of Ho Chi Minh and it’s a great place to mingle … Continue reading "Lau De Truong Dinh HCM"

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Pho Chay Nhu

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh

I had my first Vietnamese vegetarian/vegan meal two years ago in Hue and I decided to start this new year with a pho chay.   I found this pho place on the great gas.tron.o.my food blog and I am very thankful. Pho Chay Nhu is located in a small alley running parallel to Hai Bai … Continue reading "Pho Chay Nhu"

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Hocus Pocus / Little Nap Coffee Stand Donuts & Coffee

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Hocus Pocus / Little Nap Coffee Stand is a minimalist  Donuts & Coffee shop that was conveniently located in front of the conference I attended in Tokyo.  It’s the first time I visited this area of Tokyo which is a short distance from National Diet and the Imperial Palace. From the outside, I spotted donuts … Continue reading "Hocus Pocus / Little Nap Coffee Stand Donuts & Coffee"

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Quiet Village Curry Shop

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In my quest for the best curry in Okayama, I recently ended up visiting Quiet Village Curry Shop after it was recommended to me by a coworker.  The funny this is that I have been walking in front of the shop for almost 10 years and I am kicking myself for not trying it earlier. … Continue reading "Quiet Village Curry Shop"

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Kuri Kuri Coffee in Masuda

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On a recent trip to Shimane Prefecture, we made a very brief stop at Kuri Kuri coffee 栗栗珈琲 in Masuda. If you are not familiar with Masuda, it’s a small town located between Hagi and Hamada on the Sea of Japan. Since my son was sleeping in the car, my wife and I took turn going … Continue reading "Kuri Kuri Coffee in Masuda"

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In any case you mustn’t confuse a single failure with a final defeat

by lalunasg @ LaLuna Saigon

On the pleasant shore of the french riviera, about half way between Marseilles and the Italian border, stands a large, proud, rose-colored hotel.

Hoa Ma Banh Mi Op La

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh

I found Bánh Mì Hòa Mã thanks to the great Migrationology website which chronicles the foodie journey of Mark Wiens.  Banh mi op la is the Vietnamese version of oeuf au plat. All in all, this is a deconstructed breakfast version of the popular banh mi sandwich. Bánh Mì Hòa Mã is located in District 3 … Continue reading "Hoa Ma Banh Mi Op La"

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Sapa-Y Ty Scenic Motorbike Loop

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

Sapa's dramatic mountainous landscape continues north of town, via Y Ty Village, all the way to the Chinese border. Several small roads penetrate deep into steep, terraced valleys & climb high above ferocious rivers creating a scenic loop.... Continue reading

Holy See always wants stronger relations with Vietnam: official

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

Welcoming the Vatican delegation, PM Phuc said the life of the Catholic community in Vietnam has continually improved, stressing that the country’s development achievements in 2017 were greatly contributed by Catholics nationwide. Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (right) receives Under-Secretary for the Holy See’s Relations with States Antoine Camilleri. He affirmed that the Vietnamese Government […]

Takata Sairan Eggs

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Eating eggs in Japan can leave the most adventurous eater shocked and scared. I arrived in Japan in 2008 and I can still remember looking in disbelief at somebody cracking a fresh egg into a bowl and dipping sukiyaki into it.  I was open minded, but eating raw egg was pushing it.   Takata Sairan specializes … Continue reading "Takata Sairan Eggs"

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Vietnamese Snail Feast in Saigon - Ốc A Sòi Restaurant

Vietnamese Snail Feast in Saigon - Ốc A Sòi Restaurant


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When I was visiting Saigon, one of the meals I knew I needed to try, was a Vietnamese style snail meal. Read my blog post here: https://migrationology.com/eating-snails-saigon-vietnam/Ốc is a word in Vietnamese that means snails, and they are extremely common to eat in Vietnam. Walking around Saigon you’ll find plenty of restaurants that have a host of unknown mollusk shelled creates, on display, that are ready to be cooked however you like them. Located just down the street from the hotel where I was staying in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), was a street that was home to a number of different snail restaurants that opened up in the evening. After walking along the road a number of times, I decided to eat at Ốc A Sòi, a good looking Vietnamese snail restaurant with a few seats and chairs available right along the road.Ốc A Sòi had a full menu, but I had no clue what to order, so rather than browse through the menu, I decided to go up to the trays of fresh snails and see which ones looked good. I literally only knew about what half of the snails were, the others I had no clue… that’s part of the fun of eating and traveling. All the staff at Ốc A Sòi were extremely nice, and they patiently waited as I took my time choosing which snails to eat, and even making suggestions about snails they thought I would enjoy. Once you’ve chosen which snails you’d like to eat, you can then order them cooked in a number of different ways, from stir fried to steamed with lemongrass, to sautéed and coated in salt and chili. I chose a number of different snails and methods of cooking, and then happily sipped on a Saigon beer as I waited for our meal to arrive.The first Vietnamese snail dish I tried in this video was Ốc hương rang muối ớt, Babylonia areolata snails, that were sautéed and coated in a salty chili and lime seasoning. The snails were a little on the chewy side, a little like squid, and the seasoning was flavorful and salty - definitely a good beer snack. One of the snails that I had seen at the front of the restaurant was ốc len xào dừa, mud creepers that were curried in coconut milk and topped with Vietnamese coriander. They were almost the texture of oysters, slimy and slot, and coated in sweet coconut milk. Probably my favorite Vietnamese dish of the meal was sò điệp nướng mỡ hành, I guess not even snails at all, but they were scallops, roasted over charcoal, and topped with scallion oil and chopped peanuts. The combination was something I’d never had before, and it was incredibly delicious. For my last snail, I had ốc tỏi, a huge snail that tasted almost like squid, and had a lovely sweet flavor.I had an amazing time eating snails and shellfish seafood in Saigon, and not only was the food good, but just like much of the food in Vietnam, the atmosphere of the restaurant and the culture of eating was fantastic. There are many snail restaurants to try in Vietnam and throughout Saigon, but I went to Ốc A Sòi since it was right down the street from where I was staying.Music from audionetwork.comCheck out our websites: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/blog/Get the Eating Thai Food Guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/eating-thai-food-guide/If you love food, remember to subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=migrationology

Keeping food safe this TET holiday season

by robert @ Uncategorized – Talk Vietnam

Be sure to wash your hands with soap and water before and after preparing food, after touching raw meat, raw eggs, or unwashed vegetables, and before eating or drinking. Cook food thoroughly Meat, poultry, seafood, and eggs can carry germs that cause food poisoning. Use a food thermometer to ensure these foods have been cooked […]

President Donald Trump vows to put America first

by robert @ Uncategorized – Talk Vietnam

(VOVworld) – Donald Trump took power as the 45th president of the United States on Friday and pledged to put ‘America First’ in his speech. He repeated his campaign commitments to bring back American jobs, borders, wealth and dreams without mentioning any specific policies. President Trump promised to reinforce old alliances and form new ones, […]

Transfer Window Sanchez Anchored In Manchester United

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Related posts to Transfer Window Sanchez Anchored In Manchester United Transfer News Live Man City Want Harry Maguire And Keep up with the very latest transfer news, gossip and rumours as clubs start plotting to spend hundreds of millions of pounds again on the world's top football stars . Transfer Window Football The Guardian The […]

More assistance for beneficiaries and needy people

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

The delegation also provided free medicines, equipped locals with methods to prevent and treat some common and seasonal diseases and visited and presented gifts to local beneficiaries and needy people. A local receives health check-up. According to Colonel, Doctor Huynh Huu Tri, the hospital’s director, this is a regular social activity of the hospital to […]

Food on Wheels – Saigon street food

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

When in Saigon one may very likely to find a food cart on the street, apart from a numerous amount of street food stores and small restaurants. It is like the typical image of this beautiful and thriving city. Food on carts vary, from tropical fruit to the worldwide-famous Banh Mi and many other dishes. […]

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Saigon's Binh Tay Market - What to Do and Eat

Saigon's Binh Tay Market - What to Do and Eat


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Binh Tay Market, located in Saigon's Chinatown, is one of the biggest and liveliest markets in the city. Here's what you can do and eat on your visit.

5 Ways Yoga Teachers Can Improve Their Blog Posts

by Anne @ The Yoga Nomads

A good blog post has the ability to change lives. As a writer, if get into the hearts of your readers, you’re halfway there. Effectively solve their problems? You’ve gained a fan for life. The goal of your blog is to build a dedicated following by solving your ideal clients problems upfront and for FREE. […]

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Savory Vietnamese Dishes – A Look Into The “Bun” Family (Part One)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

I was sitting by the vendor that late Tuesday night, enjoying every single drop of the broth from my favorite “Bun Rieu” and thinking why do foreigners only know about “Pho”, “Banh Mi”, etc. when it comes to Vietnamese cuisine? Because there are more to what Viets eat, there are more to what tourists attractions in […]

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The Grand Slam of Vietnamese Food: Com Tam Ba Ghien

The Grand Slam of Vietnamese Food: Com Tam Ba Ghien


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One of the most popular dishes to eat in Saigon is com tam suon nuong, the combination of broken rice with a grilled pork chop on top of it. It’s one of the most common Vietnamese food meals throughout the city, often available at street food restaur

Cooking Class Review: Dewa and Jero's Bali Hideaway

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

Dewa and Jero’s class is a true taste of Balinese food and culture. A short motorbike away from the cramped Ubud centre, you’ll find yourself in a lush and beautiful hideaway for a couple of hours to taste, smell and eat traditional homestyle food. This class is the perfect combination of a beautiful setting, welcoming and instructive hosts and delicious food. Don’t miss out on it if you find yourself in Ubud!

Kishimoto Shokudo in Motobu, Okinawa

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We parked our car at the small Motobu town market and waited in line under the pouring rain. A few minutes after we arrived, a long line formed behind us.  Kishimoto  Shokudo きしもと食堂 is probably the most famous sokisoba shop in Okinawa. Kishimoto is located in Motobu between Nago and the Churaumi aquarium. The small … Continue reading "Kishimoto Shokudo in Motobu, Okinawa"

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Banh Mi Huynh Hoa HMC

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh

We visited Huynh Hoa banh mi as soon as we landed in Ho Chi Minh and we ended up going back twice during our third visit to Vietnam.  Before I left Japan, I read about this place on Mark Wiens website and it was featured in my wife Japanese guide books. If you have never eaten … Continue reading "Banh Mi Huynh Hoa HMC"

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A rooted connection to a foreign land

A rooted connection to a foreign land

by Jannell Lo @ My BF is GF - Travel - My BF is GF

As you've seen from Reid's previous post, we made it to Taiwan!  The first two weeks with my family were a great introduction to the island. We ate and shopped our hearts out in Taipei, caught waves in the coastal region of Kenting, then harvested tea and soaked in the sunrise in the mountains around Alishan. I'm really lucky to have the family that I do. 

Two Days in Hanoi – How to Make the Most of It

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

Small alleys crammed with food stalls, delicious smells filling the air of the quaint Old Town streets and imposing monuments honoring Vietnam’s rich and turbulent history— all that and more is Hanoi. If you are planning a short trip here and want to see all the main attractions, this two-day itinerary of the capital is […]

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Ancient Tet celebrations revived in Old Quarter

by robert @ Uncategorized – Talk Vietnam

(VOVworld)-Hanoi’s Old Quarter is hosting a program revitalizing celebrations of Tet or the Lunar New Year Festival in the ancient past. The program includes a display of folk paintings of Vietnam’s 3 prominent forms: Hang Trong, Kim Hoang, and Dong Ho, the Tet space in an old Hanoi family, and calligraphy demonstrations. “I hope this […]

L’Usine et la Cafétéria de l’Usine

by admin @ Ho Chi Minh

If you don’t speak French, l’Usine means factory in English and it’s a word to remember if you visit Ho Chi Minh. I went to l’Usine for the first time 2 years ago after I spotted the sign from across the street and it took me a while to find the entrance. L’Usine is located … Continue reading "L’Usine et la Cafétéria de l’Usine"

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The Evolution Of Phở (Pho)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

For those who are passionate about food and culture, especially Vietnam’s, you must have known Pho already. For those who don’t know what Pho is, Pho is Vietnamese beef noodle soup, which is rich in flavor and mesmerizing in the smell. People always sing compliments for our traditional Pho for its taste, but did you […]

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Eating Bánh Khọt in Vũng Tàu

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

Bánh Khọt are delicious gems: crispy discs of rice flour batter & coconut milk, fried until they’re crunchy on the outside but moist on the inside, then wrapped in herbs & dipped in a sweet-spicy sauce. Here are 7 places to eat bánh khọt in Vũng Tàu... Continue reading

Hard to sit here and be close to you, and not kiss you

by lalunasg @ LaLuna Saigon

On the pleasant shore of the french riviera, about half way between Marseilles and the Italian border, stands a large, proud, rose-colored hotel.

Thang Co – Unique Food In Sapa

by Trang Nguyen @ Vietnam Track

Located in Vietnam’s northwestern remote mountains, Sapa is famous for not only its stunning hidden landscapes but its wide variety

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