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A Traveller’s Guide To The Ancient City Of Hoi An

In recent years, modern industry has changed the vintage Vietnam landscape in a big way. Some may argue that modernizing your city is could be a good thing, but the historic city of Hoi An in central Vietnam, however seems to be unfazed by the prospect… The South-East Asian trading port still holds all the wonders it did since the 15th century. The true beauty of central Vietnam is on full display here…to help navigate Vietnam’s living time capsule, here is a pictorial guide to the beautifully preserved city of Hoi An. Stepping foot into Hoi An’s “Old Town” District...

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Top 5 Vietnamese Street Food Dishes You Must Try In Hoi An

It’s arguable that Vietnam culture is divided into three distinct areas, the north, the centre and the south. None makes this more apparent than observing the country’s cuisine… Take for example the bare-bones pho served in Hanoi is vastly different than the sweeter and heavily garnished bowls served in Saigon. The same can be said about middle Vietnam. From Hue City’s imperial cuisine, which at one time was made exclusively for Vietnamese royalty to Hoi An’s everlasting ability to preserve generations of cooking traditions still to this day. Central Vietnam thrives on its own distinct food options, which it...

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