Kết quả tìm kiếm "saigon"
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You are finding an ideally quiet space where you can devote yourself to the world hidden inside each book and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea at the weekend.
Vietnam is an astonishing mix of natural highlights and cultural diversity. This fascinating country is full of surprises and is one of Southeast Asia’s most underrated destinations.
You have ever wondered if it is enough time to visit Saigon in one day. Don’t worry! You can still see many of the city’s unique and interesting landmarks.
The colonial buildings and heaving markets of the downtown districts hold countless discoveries for curious travelers. Challenge yourself and spend your time living like the locals do, then you must be surprised about what you feel about Saigon.
One of the biggest perks of living in Saigon is the local food. You can ride a motorbike from place to place all day long with a belly full of tasty dishes.
You can easily find roasted chicken anywhere, but how often do you come across chicken roasted in a clay pot? Here in Saigon, you will have a chance to try the best Vietnamese roasted chicken ever, clay pot roasted chicken.
In a society that largely has Buddhist roots, it is easy to be a vegetarian in Saigon. “Do an chay” (vegetarian food) can be found on nearly every street corner. More and more Saigonese are leaning towards eating more vegetarian dishes to help them temporarily forget ...
Don’t think that homestays are only in Dalat. In the centre of Saigon, you can easily find many super-cute homestays to stay. If you do not know where to go in a boring day, why don’t you try to drop by these homestays?
If you’re thinking of traveling to Saigon (HCMC), these tips will help you maximise your stay in this vibrant city with some of the most hospitable people you’re ever likely to encounter.