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Hanoi among world's top culinary destinations in 2023

Hanoi was voted by readers of the world's largest travel platform Tripadvisor as one of the world's top 20 culinary destinations in 2023.

Bun cha, Trang Tien ice cream, milk coffee... are famous dishes in Hanoi that were rated 4 to 4.5 stars on Tripadvisor. With many dishes, the capital city of Vietnam attracts more and more visitors, especially gourmets from all over the world.

Foreign travelers can enjoy dishes on the streets of the thousand-year-old city. Walking around the Old Quarter, visitors can find a variety of attractive options at affordable prices.

Hanoi’s delicacies have been honored internationally for many times. This ranking again confirms the value of Hanoi's culinary culture on the international tourist map.

Tripadvisor's annual Best of the Best under Travelers' Choice says that Vietnam's capital is still standing the years, preserving cultural monuments and architecture while still making room for modern development.

This list ranks destinations around the world based on traveler reviews over a 12-month period from November 1, 2021 to October 31, 2022.

Hanoi is also ranked as one of the 25 most famous destinations in the world by Tripadvisor.

The top 20 culinary destinations in the world in 2023 as voted by Tripadvisor readers:

1. Rome, Italy

2. Crete, Greece

3. Hanoi, Vietnam

4. Florence, Italy

5. Paris, France

6. Barcelona, Spain

7. Lisbon, Portugal

8. Naples, Italy

9. New Orleans, Louisiana

10. Jamaica 11. Charleston, South Carolina

12. Mexico City, Mexico

13. Bangkok, Thailand

14. Buenos Aires, Argentina

15. Cuba

16. Cape Town Central, South Africa

17. San Sebastian - Donostia, Spain

18. Lyon, France

19. New York City, New York

20. Vancouver, British Columbia

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