The Cu Chi Tunnels - one of the most remarkable attractions in the South of Vietnam – is a symbols of loyalty, wisdom and creativity of Viet Cong Soldiers during the struggle for Vietnam independence.
Coffee is the most popular drink with over 400 billion cups being consumed each year. In Vietnam, people drink coffee not because it keeps them awake.
Vietnamese coffee is part of socialization and as a result, you can find Vietnamese coffee in various forms, formats, and styles. Something to fit most tastes and satisfy most desires!
Banh Xeo is a kind of cake that is colored in light yellow by turmeric and fried on a special clay stove. There is a crispy crust outside and beans, onions, meat, shrimp inside. The mixture is fried for about 2-3 minutes and then folded into a semicircle.
It is shown by the way of cooking, the ingredients combination and eating habits of the Vietnamese. The fact that people have different eating habits in each part of Vietnam makes Vietnamese cuisine unique and appreciated by the world.
It must be wonderful riding a scooter around the city and try all street food in Vietnam like a true local. Citizens in Saigon – Vietnam believe that riding scooter is an ultimate way to explore areas in this city.