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Food in Can Tho

rice cake with pork belly( Banh Tet la cam)

You shouldn’t miss any foods in Can Tho such as Rice Cake with Pork Belly (Bánh tét lá cẩm), Cái Răng’s Grilled Pork Roll (Nem nướng Cái Răng), Grilled Banana wrapped in Sticky Rice (Chuối nếp nướng), Grilled Snails with Pepper Recipe (Ốc nướng tiêu), Grilled Snails with Pepper Recipe (Ốc nướng tiêu), Vietnamese Cong

Can Tho street food

Can Tho street food

Local fruits Can Tho is famous for its delicate cuisine and extra-fresh fruit and vegetables, and a good place to try and eat unknown fruits. Among the local produce, you may like to try the different varieties of mangoes, oranges, jackfruit, pomeloes, grapefruit, but also custard apple, corossol, longans or even durian. A place where

Dong Xoai Travel Guide

Dong Xoai Travel Guide

There are off-the-beaten track destinations, and then there are off-the-map destinations, and Binh Phuoc province and the provincial capital Dong Xoai are soundly the latter. About 700,000 Vietnamese, including Hoa, Khmer, M’nong, Nung, Tay and Xtieng ethnic tribes inhabit the area, but according to the provincial tourism authority, they receive only about 900 foreign tourists

Signature dish from Mekong Delta

Signature dish from Mekong Delta

I’m not a fan of bizarre food! But I’m always curious to see how people eat it! As a habit, I always stop for at least few minutes next to any street vendor of all kinds of edible insects in Bangkok! Just to look! It happened that we even made a bet with friends, who

Street food and art in a carnival candy shell – Mekong night market

Mekong night market

Street food and art in a carnival candy shell – Mekong Night Market is the new sparkling jewel of the summer. Nestled near the Western Green Line light rail station in St. Paul, the market is a feast for your senses, filled with delicious street food, local purveyors, arts, crafts, entertainment, and family-friendly activities. The