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As part of the Government’s cultural development strategy, Vietnam aims to have three cities in the UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network across many fields, including cuisine, by 2030.

Vietnamese banh mi favourite Australia

Customers have flooded through the doors of Third Wave Café in Melbourne, Australia after it released what it claims to be “the world’s largest Vietnamese banh mi”.

Noodles with chili salt – a hot yet simple dish

In recent years, the local dish called "noodles with chili salt" has been getting a lot of love from street-food fanatics, thanks to its spicy and savoury taste.

Fried banana pancakes a perfect winter warmer in Hanoi

Hanoi’s cold weather tends to make everyone crave hot snacks in the afternoon, and one of the most popular is fried banana pancakes.

Vietnamese, international street food at Ho Thi Ky Street

At Ho Thi Ky Street in HCM City’s District 10, known as a paradise for street food, with over 100 stalls, visitors can find famous dishes.

Vietnamese food: Fried cheese sticks

Mozzarella sticks might be known as a popular appetiser in America but in Vietnam they are also a snack loved by many.

Xoi Ngu Sac (five-coloured steamed glutinous rice)

Almost all tourists are drawn by “xoi ngu sac” (five-coloured steamed glutinous rice)’s irresistible attraction, an eye-catching appearance with five vibrant colours.

Wild black-jack flowers, an intriguing salad addition in Vietnam mountains

The black-jack flower, which grows in the wild in Vietnam, is used to make a delicate salad in the northwestern mountains.

Sandworm harvest at its peak

Every year, from the 9th to the 11th months of the lunar year, farmers in the northern province of Hai Duong drain their fields and go on the hunt for sandworms. 

Banh cuon Cao Bang, a must-try dish in Hanoi

The mountainous dish can be eaten with minced pork paste, fried meat roll, steamed egg and spicy salted bamboo shoot.

Vietnam’s 10 traditional cakes with odd names

Vietnam is a country known for its diverse cuisines. 

Hanoi baguette featuring Vietnamese national flag goes viral

Hanoi’s baguette is fanning love for the country.

Gia Lai-style rice noodle soup

Gia Lai is a mountainous province which boasts a distinctive culture and a cuisine embracing traditions and modernity.

Making ‘com’: A way for Tay ethnic people to well spend spare time on rainy days

Every year in the new crop season, Tay ethnic people in the northern mountainous communes of Na Lo, Ta Chai, Na Hoi and Ban Lien in Bac Ha District, Lao Cai Province, make ‘com’ (young sticky rice flakes) as an offering for their ancestors.

A popular version of the Delta’s rice vermicelli soup

Rice vermicelli noodle soup, or bun nuoc leo in Vietnamese, is well known throughout the Mekong Delta’s provinces.

Taste of the sea in a bowl of noodle soup

Jellyfish noodle soup is popular in some central coast provinces like Binh Dinh, Ninh Thuan and Khanh Hoa. The specialty wins the heart of diners with its fresh taste of the sea.


Rice with salt: A delicacy of Hue imperial city

People in the imperial capital of Hue are very good at cooking so they have many recipes to create unique and delicious dishes using salt with cereals, vegetables, meat and fish. One of these delicacies is rice served with salt.

Phu Yen’s chive noodle soup

Chive noodle soup is popular in not only Phu Yen Province but also the central region due to its great taste which will make diners unforgettable.

A touch of France

Da Nang’s Ho Nghinh Street is a popular spot among local people and tourists alike, as it’s home to a host of popular seafood restaurants.

Hue at night offers unforgettable experience for travelers

Hue city in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue is home to a mystical and charming beauty that is even more vibrant at night, so let’s discover some of the exciting sights visitors can enjoy.