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10 Hidden Gems in Vietnam

Travelling in Vietnam is often associated with highly renowned sites such as Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, and Ho Chi Minh City. However, there are still many more secrets off the beaten track to be appreciated in the long-stretching country. Here are the top 10 overlooked but incredible destinations in Vietnam that will fill you with a sense of awe.
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Northern Vietnam

Ha Giang

Famous for the majestic Dong Van rock plateau, the legendary Ma Pi Leng Pass, and the romantic Nho Que river, Ha Giang has become an attractive tourist destination for many tourists who visit Vietnam in recent years. Here is everything you need to know before visiting Ha Giang.

Central Vietnam

Quy Nhon

Rising on the travel map lately and still remains a barely discovered destination for vacationers, Quy Nhon welcomes visitors with its peaceful setting and hospitable people. Not only a great place to enjoy nature, but this city also offers monumental architecture reflecting the Cham culture.

Southern Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City, or as it is often called intimately by the locals as Saigon, is one of the sought-after destinations while travelling in Vietnam. Saigon of the modern times attracts people not for the spectacular natural landscapes but for its dynamic lifestyle – where endless options of activities are going to tie your heart.

FOODS TO TRY

Mi Quang

The name Mi Quang tells a story about the origin of a symbolic dish from Central Vietnam. "Mi" is the Vietnamese word for egg noodles or any noodles made from wheat flour, and "Quang" refers to Quang Nam Province.

Hu Tieu

Hu Tieu is an excellent example of how the Vietnamese adapt and integrate regional cuisines into ours in such a subtle and delicate way. Let’s forget Pho for a day, travel South with us, and learn about the noodle soup that we all take pride in - Hu Tieu.

Com Tam

Among all the dishes that win the heart of international food lovers, Saigon is proud to be home to Com Tam (Vietnamese broken rice) - the go-to dish for Vietnamese from all walks of life.

Xoi

Xoi - or steamed sticky rice - accompanies our people from day-to-day meals to all the important events of our life. Across the country, Xoi tells different stories and displays a breadth of culinary history and culture of Vietnamese people.

Goi Cuon

Goi Cuon (or fresh spring roll) is a typical Vietnamese street food, reflecting the local criteria for a good snack which are “delicious, nutritious, and cheap”.

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