Along with exploring the rich culture and must-see fascinating landscapes of Vietnam from the North to the South, travelers also have a chance to discover the Vietnamese cuisine, which is flavorful, colorful, and extremely healthy. Moreover, experience the local identities, daily life activities and communicate with friendly people in every destination of this Vietnam Tour.
Vietnamese cuisine can be divided into three categories, each pertaining to a specific region. As North Vietnam is the cradle of Vietnamese civilisation, many of the country’s most famous dishes (such as pho) have their birthplace here. The North’s cuisine is more traditional and strict in choosing spiciness and ingredients. The cuisine of South Vietnam has been influenced by the cuisines of the Khmer people and thus Southerners prefer sweet flavours in many dishes. The cuisine of Central Vietnam is quite different from the cuisines of both the Northern and Southern regions, not only in presentation but in flavour as well. Central cuisine is served as a course of many small side dishes, and compared to its counterparts it has a distinctive spiciness.