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Historic Architecture of Saigon

‘The Pearl of the Orient’ boasts some of SE Asia’s best examples of historic architecture. While much has been lost, the city still offers a ple

Son Doong: The World’s Largest Cave

With the discovery of the world’s largest cave early last year, international visitors have been putting down huge sums of cash to explore its fores

Chè – Vietnam’s Sweet Soups

Rich or poor, rain or shine, hot or cold, chè is one of Vietnam’s most unique culinary offerings. Is it a desert? A breakfast? A snack? Chè, a var

Banh Mi – from French Import to Vietnamese Staple

While Vietnamese coffee seems to garner the most attention, there’s another French import that is becoming increasingly popular worldwide – banh m

Vietnam’s National Costume – the Áo Dài

When one thinks of Vietnam, the first picture in their mind is probably the conical hat, gracing the heads of rice farmers and street vendors. But the

Music of Vietnam, Past and Present

Music is an important cultural component for any society, and Vietnam is no exception. The history of Vietnamese music is a long and refined one, with

What the Pho? a Look into Vietnam’s Signature Dish

Vietnam draws thousands of foodies each year who are eager to explore the country’s large selection of fresh and simple food. The options are nearly

Rain: a Blessing in Disguise

Rain is a constant in Vietnam. While sometimes it may inconvenience us, it is one of the country’s most valuable natural resources. Rain is one of V