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Many unusual products exist in Vietnam: acid-resistant coats made of titanium; paper made from elephant dung; and jewelry made of snake bones.

Five-colour sticky rice of the Lu people

An indispensable dish found at every festive event of the Lự ethnic people in the northern province of Lai Chau is five-colour sticky rice. 

Soft outside, crunchy inside

Available on special occasions, such as wedding parties, family reunions and the Lunar New Year, Rang Bua—a long, soft, chewy pie—is a flavorful specialty in Thanh Hoa Province

Khmer-style crepe in Tra Vinh

The Khmer-style crepe is a favorite sweet in some localities in the Mekong Delta, especially Tra Vinh Province.

The fruits of recovery

After three months of residents being locked down at home, Hanoi has lowered its coronavirus alert mode a level. Public exercising is allowed again, provided it is no more than 10 people in a group. 

Hanoi is the most recommended destination for traditional food

The Future of Travel research reveals that Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are the most recommended destinations for traditional food, street food and places to shop for food.

Corn cake - a traditional dish of H’Mong people in Tuyen Quang

Corn cake is quite popular among the H'mong people in Tuyen Quang Province.

Soya sauce – a delicacy of Hung Yen

Tương Bần (soya sauce) has been a delicacy of northern Vietnam since the end of the 19th century.

Trang Bang Rice Paper – A traditional food of Tay Ninh

 VietNamNet Bridge – Trang Bang is one of the oldest residential areas of Tay Ninh Province. In current times, even though the old village has developed into a busy urban area, the local people still preserve the traditional cuisine,

Breathing new life into an old lifestyle

Bho Hoong Village enjoys cool weather all year round, and has amazing scenery. But visitors get their biggest kicks from the direct glimpses they get into the lifestyle, culture and special skills of the village's Co Tu ethnic minority residents.

Another facet of Ben Thanh Market

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ben Thanh Market, needless to say, is a well-known icon for long-time dwellers in HCMC as well as visitors to the country’s most bustling hub.

Top 50 Vietnamese gift specialties (Part 5)

 VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnam Record Organization recently published the list of 50 gift specialties which were nominated by localities, tourism agencies, domestic and foreign tourists.

Top 50 Vietnamese gift specialties (Part 4)

 VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnam Record Organization recently published the list of 50 gift specialties which were nominated by localities, tourism agencies, domestic and foreign tourists.

Top 50 Vietnamese gift specialties (Part 3)

 VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnam Record Organization recently published the list of 50 gift specialties which were nominated by localities, tourism agencies, domestic and foreign tourists.

Top 50 Vietnamese gift specialties (Part 1)

 VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnam Record Organization recently published the list of 50 gift specialties which were nominated by localities, tourism agencies, domestic and foreign tourists.

Hanoi chef keeps Tet food traditions alive

 "I love the warm atmosphere of Lunar New Year's Eve, when the whole family gets together to enjoy the traditional year-end feast," Pham Thi Vy says.

80 percent of Vietnamese still support eating dog meat

VietNamNet Bridge - The majority of Vietnamese people still support eating dog meat because this is a nutritious traditional food in the country.

Mushrooming cuisine must stay true to roots

Experts have warned the growing popularity of Vietnamese cuisine makes it even more imperative that dishes remain loyal to their origins.