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    - Hue Citadel - Hue Imperial City - Hue Forbidden City: Built from 1804 by King Gia Long and finished in 1833 by King Minh Mang. At the entrance of the Ngan gate into the Imperial Citadel are the Nine Holy Cannons cast from melted down bronze wares from the Tay Son dynasty. The cannons are named after the four seasons and five elements (metal, earth, wood, water and fire) and are known as the “Holy Invincible Generals”. They have never been used for military purposes and are the guardian spirits of the Hue Citadel. Read More >>>

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    - Thien Mu Pagoda: Also on the north shore of the Perfume River about 3km from the Imperial Citadel. You can get there by dragon boat along the Perfume River, or for those feeling more energetic, a pleasant bicycle ride. The Thien Mu pagoda is regarded as the unofficial symbol of the former imperial capital. Today it is the home of the Austin motor vehicle which drove Thich Quang Duc to his self-immolation in Saigon in 1963 in protest against the Diem regime. It is still home to many monks and a holy site visited by many everyday. Read More >>>

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    - Hue Royal Tombs: (Gia Long Tomb, Minh Mang Tomb, Thieu Tri Tomb, Tu Duc Tomb, Duc Duc Tomb, Dong Khanh Tomb, Khai Dinh Tomb) The 7 Royal Tombs in all scatter the countryside around Hue and are monuments to 9 of the 13 rulers of the Nguyen Dynasty, usually built and designed during the emperor’s lifetime. The 3 most visited tombs in Hue are Minh Mang Tomb, Tu Duc Tomb and Khai Dinh Tomb. The remaining 4 are less visited but still have interesting features, with Gia Long Tomb, Thieu Tri Tomb, Duc Duc Tomb (plus Thanh Thai and Duy Tan being housed in the same tomb), and Dong Khanh Tomb. Read More >>>

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    - Thanh Toan Covered Bridge: Named because of its resemblence to the Japanese Bridge in Hoi An. Its construction was initiated by Tran Thi Dao, the wife of a high ranking Mandarin in the court of Emperor Le Hien Tong, sometime between 1740 and 1746. Originally it was built to offer better transportation and communication for the village that lines either side of the canal. In 1925 Emperor Khai Dinh ordered the villagers to erect an altar dedicated to Tran Thi Dao on the bridge. Many locals still travel to the town to visit her tomb. Read More >>>

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    - Dong Ba Market: The largest market place in central Vietnam, this is definitely a place to visit to immerse yourself in the local culture. Tourists can see all the typical features of a traditional Vietnamese market, such as, the sampan landing, the bus station and the bazaars. Dong Ba market is considered a paradise for snapshots of daily activities as well as for shopping with everything from souvenir items to bronze goods, Hue sesame sweetmeat, conical poem hats, just to name a few. Should you find interest in Vietnamese food or culture, you’d better come here to explore. Read More >>>

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    - Tiger - Elephant Arena (Vietnamese: Ho Quyen): Tiger - Elephant Fighting Arena is one of the most interesting sights in Hue 8/10 3km out of Hue Blurb. This is probably the most interesting site in Hue, and it is all too often overlooked by visitors. It was built in 1830 during the reign of Emperor Minh Mang to stage yearly battles between an elephant and a tiger. Read More >>>

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    - Bach Ma National Park: Bach Ma National Park is an old French Hill station stretching out over some 40,000 unspoilt hectares and offering great hiking trails, waterfalls, slightly odd and very basic lodgings, a camp site and plenty of wildlife (keep that tent zipped up). It’s home to one of the most stunning stretches of jungle walk and mountain ranges. Read More >>>

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    - Elephant Springs: The Elephant Springs (Elephant Waterfall), some 60 kilometres from Hue, is an excellent natural spring that is well worth a visit. Particularly on a hot day, the natural pool below a small waterfall makes for a very refreshing dip. You can sluice yourself down the smooth rocks at the base of the falls, and there are plenty more spots upstream to explore. Read More >>>

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    - Thuan An Beach: About 14 kilometres from City Center is the nearest beach in Hue, Thuan An. Though it's one of Central Vietnam's most beautiful beaches, it's ridiculously undeveloped with just a scattering of shacks in various stages of decline. The recent addition of Beach Bar Hue may start to change the scene, as this shabby chic spot is well on the way to being one of the most popular day trips from Hue. Read More >>>

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    - Dam Chuon Lagoon: Located in An Truyen Village, 12km away from Hue City. But Dam Chuon is considered like untouched place by tourist flow. Place can be reached on Motorbike, Bike and Car. The best way to visit is to be on Hue Motorbike Tours or Hue Bicycle Tours to visit beautiful local villages and do fishing with local before you enjoy local seafood lunch here. Also you can join Hue Car Rental Service to get there. Worth a visit! Read More >>>

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    Fishing in Dam Chuon Lagoon on Hue Countryside Cycling & Fishing Tour by Adventure Journey: Vietnam Tour Packages - Vietnam Car Rental

    If you are looking for the Best Free Things to do and to see when traveling to Hue Royal City of Vietnam? Here is the list of Best Free Things to see and to do for local/international tourists in Hue City Vietnam: Free Things to See in Hue Vietnam - City Tour Hue - Hue to Hoi An by Car - Hue to Danang by Car - Hue to Phong Nha by Car
    See also: Vietnam Travel Guide - Best Time to Visit Vietnam - Best Places to Visit in Vietnam - Best Beaches in Vietnam - Best Things to Do in Hanoi - Best Things to Do in Saigon

    Hanoi Travel Guide: Hanoi Tourist Attractions - Best Things to Do in Hanoi
    If you are looking for the Best Tourist Attractions in Hanoi Vietnam, where ancient and proudly preserved Vietnamese culture is felt most keenly by foreign and domestic visitors, and progress wrestles with tradition in different districts of the city. Hanoi is actually over 1000 years old since 1010 so the wealth of history here is mind boggling: temples, ancient citadels, unique theatre and stunning wilderness just outside the city all offer fun-filled days in Vietnam’s capital. Make sure to visit as many of these attractions in Hanoi as possible because they all offer entertainment, beauty and education at different turns. Enjoy our list of 10 Best Tourist Attractions that should not be missed in Hanoi below:


    1. Imperial Citadel of Thang Long: The Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is an intriguing relic of Vietnam’s history, and signifying its historical and cultural importance, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Standing 40 metres high, the central flag tower is the most recognizable feature of the Imperial Citadel and is often used as a symbol of Hanoi. This was the centre of ancient Hanoi and served as the political centre for eight centuries. Located in Ba Dinh, the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is close to many other tourist attractions.


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    Opening Hours: Daily 8:00 – 12:30 & 13:30 – 19:30
    Location: Quan Thanh, Ba Dinh, Hanoi



    2. Water Puppet Theatre: The ancient art form of water puppetry has a long association with Hanoi and there are several theatres where guests can enjoy this uniquely Vietnamese take on Asia’s puppet tradition. The original – and widely regarded as the best – theatre in town is the Thang Long Puppet Theatre. Puppets dance and slide elegantly over the liquid stage, controlled by a whole troupe of puppet masters hiding behind a screen. Most shows also feature the famous Legend of the Restored Sword of King Le which tells the tale of Hoan Kiem Lake and the giant tortoise.


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    Opening Hours: Daily 15:00, 16:10, 17:20, 18:30 & 20:00
    Address: 57B, Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hoan Kiem District,
    Hanoi Tel: +84 43 824 9494
    Price Range: VND 100,000



    3 Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum has left an indelible mark on Vietnamese history and he is revered in Hanoi as the country’s greatest leader. Nicknamed ‘Uncle Ho’ by locals, his preserved body is now laid to rest in a glass case in the Ba Dinh area of Hanoi. This is more than a tourist attraction, it is a part of living history and a visit here stays long in the memory. The sombre building was modeled after Lenin’s mausoleum in Moscow.


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    Opening Hours: Tuesday - Thursday 07:30 - 10:30, Saturday & Sunday 07:30 - 11:00
    Address: 8 Hung Vuong, Dien Bien, Ba Dinh, Hanoi



    4. Vietnam Ethnology Museum: The proposal for the museum was officially approved on 14 December 1987. Construction lasted from 1987 to 1995, and it was opened to the public on 12 November 1997.[3] The budget for construction of the museum was $1.9 million USD, with an additional $285,000 USD allocated for acquisition of artifacts.


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    The exhibition building was designed by the architect Ha Duc Linh, a member of the Tày ethnic group, in the shape of a Đông Sơn drum, and the interior architecture was designed by the French architect Véronique Dollfus


    LocationNguyễn Văn Huyên Road, Cầu Giấy District, Hanoi, Vietnam
    Opening Time: 8.30am-5.30pm Sun - Fri, and closed on Saturday



    5. Hoan Kiem Lake & Ngoc Son Temple:The Hoan Kiem Lake (Turtle Lake) is a central feature of Hanoi and is a popular hangout spot throughout the day with locals and tourists. Ngoc Son Temple sits on a small island in the centre of the lake and linked by a bridge, makes a beautiful background for a few photos. Around sunrise and sunset, this area becomes especially busy with joggers, couples enjoying the relaxing views across the lake, and the elderly practising Tai Chi and line dancing. Hoan Kiem Lake is free of charge, but there’s a fee of VND 20,000 to visit Ngoc Son Temple, which sits on a small island in the centre of the lake.


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    Opening Hours: Daily 08:00 - 17:00
    Location: Old Quarter of Hanoi
    Entrance Fee: adult 30,000vnd, child under 15yr free



    6. Dong Xuan Market Dong Xuan Market is the largest of its kind in Hanoi. Housed within a four-storey Soviet-style building, this sprawling complex offers an extensive collection of fashion, apparel and souvenirs at some of the best prices in the city. Even if you’re not interested in printed T-shirts or cheap sunglasses, it is still fascinating to see the comings and goings of the local traders, and there is a wet market on the ground floor where the sights and smells of exotic produce assault the senses.


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    Opening Hours: Daily 06:00 - 19:00 Monday to Sunday
    Address: Dong Xuan Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi



    7. Hanoi Old Quarter Hanoi Old Quarter is a fascinating area of the city where visitors can enjoy many fine examples of colonial architecture packed along narrow streets. Endless packs of scooters, motorbikes, bicycles and cars weave around traders selling fruit and souvenirs and narrow shop houses sell delicious Vietnamese food for pennies. The Old Quarter brings to life what many people imagine Hanoi to be, and exploring this area on foot is highly recommended for all visitors to Vietnam’s capital city.


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    Location: Hanoi Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem District


    8. Vietnam Military History MuseumThe Viet Nam Military History Museum, set up on 17 July 1956, is one of seven national museums in Vietnam. It covers 12,800 m2. It is situated in central Hanoi, opposite the Lenin Park and near the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. The Flag Tower of Hanoi is located inside of the museum grounds.


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    28A Dien Bien Phu Road, Ba Dinh district, HaNoi, Phone (+84-4) - 38234264
    Entrance is 40,000 VND, 30,000 for cameras.
    Museum is currently not open on Monday and Friday and closes for lunch between 11:30 and 13:00
    Opening Hours 8h00 - 11h30 and 13h00 - 16h00



    9. Hoa Lo Prison Known as “Hilton Hanoi” to American Prisoner of War. It was first built by French in 1896 to detain Vietnamese Political Prisoners. During Vietnam War, it was used by the Communist Government to detain American Pilots, who were shot down when they bombed Hanoi.


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    Address: 1 Hoả Lò, Trần Hưng Đạo, Hoàn Kiếm, Hanoi
    Opening Hours: 8.00AM - 5.00Pm Daily from Mon - Sun
    Entrance Fee Ticket: 30.000VND



    10. Temple of Literature and Imperial College The Temple of Literature is a charming temple complex in the centre of Hanoi that was originally built to be a centre of learning dedicated to the Chinese sage and scholar Confucius. Over the proceeding 1000 years many more buildings have been added and beautified o that now this large area is filled with ornate pavilions, shrines, and a rich garden. It has become a rite of passage for graduating doctors to visit The Temple of Literature and the whole place is steeped in Vietnamese history.


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    Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday 8:30 - 11:30 & 13:30 - 16:30
    Address: 58 Quoc Tu Giam, Van Mieu, Dong Da, Hanoi
    Price Range: VND 10,000
    Ho Chi Minh City Travel Guide: Saigon Tourist Attractions - Best Things to Do in Saigon:
    1. Saigon War Remnants Museum: This was first named American War Crime Museum from 1975 after the Vietnam War finished. But then the name changed into War Remnant Museum from 1995. This museum with a lot of documents about Vietnam War and nowadays this become the Must-See Places in Ho Chi Minh City.


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    2. Reunification Palace: was known as Independence Palace during the Vietnam War. This was built on the site of the former Norodom Palace designed by architect Mr Ngo Viet Thu and was the home and workplace of the President of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. On 8 April 1975, Mr Nguyễn Thanh Trung, a pilot of the Vietnam Air Force and an undetected communist spy, flew an F-5E aircraft from Biên Hòa Air Base (Dong Nai Province) to bomb the palace, but caused no significant damage. At 10:45 on 30 April 1975, a tank of the North Vietnamese Army bulldozed through the main gate, ending the Vietnam War.

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    In November 1975, after the negotiation convention between the communist North Vietnam and their colleagues in South Vietnam was completed, the Provisional Revolutionary Government renamed the palace Reunification Hall (Reunification Palace).

    3. Saigon Central Post Office: Saigon Central Post Office is one of the typical buildings in Ho Chi Minh City, located at No. 2, Paris Public Garden, District 1. This is a building built by the French in about five years. 1886-1891 with European design by architects Villedieu and assistant Foulhoux. This is a Western-style architecture combined with oriental decoration.

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    Outside, in front of the rectangular building, on which to enumerate the inventors of the telegraph and electrical industry. In the boxes covered with laurel wreaths, on the arc of the house is a large clock. In the upper side, two high walls are two historical maps bearing the name: Saigon et ses environs, 1892 and Lignes télégraphiques du Sud Vietnam et du Cambodge, 1936. The building is next to Notre Dame Cathedral. This is also a tourist attraction for travelers to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam).

    4. Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral Notre Dame Cathedral (Nhà Thờ Đức Bà Sài Gòn) is now the cathedral of Saigon Archdiocese. Before that, in the first phase of Tay Dang Trong (now Archdiocese of Saigon - Ho Chi Minh City), there was a first church, called Saigon Church on Road No. 5 (now Ngo Duc Ke street, District 1) and then the second Saigon church built on the banks of the Grand Canal. The Grand Canal, formerly known as the Canal Market or Charner Canal, is located right in the middle of Nguyen Hue Street, starting from Bach Dang Wharf, which runs straight to the West Commune, now the People's Committee of HCMC (86 Le Thanh Ton Street) District 1.

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    On 11.4.1861, as decided by Admiral Léonard Victor Joseph Charner, the Grand Canal was renamed the Charner Canal. The banks of the canal are two parallel roads: Rigault de Genouilly (Tax mall) and Charner street (Palace hotel, Ho Chi Minh City). In 1887, the Charner Canal was leveled. The two sides of the canal are merged into Charner Boulevard. In 1956, Charner Boulevard was renamed Nguyen Hue Boulevard, and today is the Nguyen Hue Walking Street.

    5. Cu Chi Tunnels: Cu Chi Tunnels System is an underground defensive system in Cu Chi District, 70 km north-west from Ho Chi Minh City center. This tunnels system was excavated by the Viet Minh and the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam during the Indochina War (French War) in 1948 and the Vietnam War (American War to Vietnamese). The tunnels system includes an infirmary, several rooms, a kitchen, a storage room, an office, an underground tunnel system. The tunnel system is about 250 km long and has ventilation systems at the bushes. Cu Chi tunnels are built on land known as "steel land", located at the end of the Ho Chi Minh Trail. During the Tet Offensive of 1968, the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam used this tunnel system to attack Saigon.

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    In 2015, Cu Chi tunnels received the title of Labor Hero for outstanding achievements in labor and creativity. During 20 years of operation, the area received more than 20 million domestic and foreign visitors to visit, learn. This is defitenaly a must place to visit in Ho Chi Minh City. On February 12, 2016, the Cu Chi Tunnels Historic Site received the Special National Monument Ranking.

    6. Mekong Delta: The Mekong Delta (Nine Dragon River Delta to Vietnamese) is the southernmost of Vietnam, also known as the Southern Plains or the South West, or, as the West is called, Central Vietnam, which has a central city. Can Tho city and 12 provinces: Long An (former Long An and Kien Tuong), Tien Giang (former My Tho province), Ben Tre, Vinh Long, Tra Vinh, Hau Giang (former Can Tho province) Dong Thap (former Sa Dec and Kien Phong), An Giang (formerly Long Xuyen and Chau Doc), Kien Giang (former Rach Gia), Bac Lieu and Ca Mau.

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    According to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam 2017, the total area of the provinces and cities of the Mekong Delta is 40,548.2 km² and the total population of the provinces in the region is 17.9 milions people. The Mekong River Delta accounts for 13% of the country's total area but over 19% of the country's population, higher than the whole country (7.8% in 2015 and 6.8% in the whole country). Rice alone accounted for 47% of the area and 56% of the country's rice production; Rice exports from the whole region account for 90% of production. Not to mention 70% of the area, 40% of output and 60% of exports nationwide. However, the Mekong River Delta is still poorer than the whole country.

    7. Ben Thanh Market is a market located in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City. The market was started constructing from 1912 to the end of March 1914, it was completed. In many cases, the clock image at the south gate of this market is considered an unofficial symbol of Ho Chi Minh City.

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    Originally, Ben Thanh market existed before the French invaded Gia Dinh. Initially, the market's location was on the bank of the Ben Nghe River, next to a river wharf near Gia Dinh citadel (at that time the Quy city, also known as the Bagua citadel). This port is used for travelers and soldiers to enter the city, hence the name Ben Thanh, and the market is also called Ben Thanh market.

    8. Binh Tay Market: Binh Tay Market is a market in District 6, Ho Chi Minh City, located in an area called Cholon, so it is often called informally itself as Cholon. Binh Tay Market is located in a campus of 25,000 m2, located between 4 Thap Muoi - Le Tan Ke - Phan Van Khoe - Tran Binh roads. This market has a rectangular surface, 12 gates (both main and secondary) and is designed in Asian architecture.

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    Binh Tay Market is a major wholesale hub of Ho Chi Minh City. Goods here are distributed throughout the country, even wholesale to Cambodia and many other markets. The oldest market in Ho Chi Minh City is a place that attracts many domestic and foreign tourists.

    9. Jade Emperor Pagoda is the common name of Dien Ngoc Hoang, Phuoc Hai Tu (the French name is called Da Kao Pagoda); Currently located at 73 Mai Thi Luu Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The temple was originally a temple of Jade Emperor God built by a person named Luu Minh (whose name is Luu Dao Nguyen, a Cantonese person from China) in the early 20th century. According to scholar Vuong Hong Sen, Luu Minh who "became a vegetarian, kept the Master's teachings, determined to overthrow the Manchu Dynasty, and made money to create a temple to worship and to make a private place".

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    In 1982, Venerable Thich Vinh Khuong came to take over the temple. Since then this temple has belonged to the Vietnam Buddhist Church. In 1984, the Jade Emperor was renamed "Phuoc Hai Tu".

    10. Thien Hau Temple: also known as Ba Cho Lon pagoda, Han Chinese name is Thien Hau temple is a temple dedicated to Thiên Hậu Thánh Mẫu currently located at 710 Nguyen Trai Street, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City. Because besides the temple, there is Tue Thanh Assembly Hall.

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    Ba Thien Hau pagoda was immigrated to Vietnam by capital groups of Tue Thanh people (or Guangzhou province in Guangdong province) around 1760 and restored many times. The pagoda is located in the central area of the first Chinese people who came to create Cholon later.

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    Top 10 Weirdest Vietnamese Food
    Vietnamese Food has become more and more popular around the world. Food lovers may have tried the best known Vietnamese Dishes – spring rolls (Nem or Cha Gio), Noodle Soup (Pho) and Bread Rolls (Banh My). Rice, noodles, fresh vegetable and herbs all play big roles in Vietnamese Food, making it one of the healthiest cuisines in the world. In Vietnam you’ll discover one unmistakable fact: Vietnamese people love noodles. They eat them every day, sometimes for every meal. Vietnamese noodles are made from a few basic ingredients, the most common being rice, wheat and mung beans, but a whole sub-cuisine is built on these basics.

    But with this article, we would like to introduce to you other Vietnamese Dishes. These are the Weirdest Foods in Vietnam and not for everyone:
    1. Insect: This kind of insect is easily found in many kinds of tropical fruit tree in Vietnam. To most of Vietnamese People, this is very disgusting with very strong smell. But to Thai Ethnic Group, this kind of insect will become a special local delicacy after being roasted and only prepared on special occasions.

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    2. Black Pudding: This dish made from frozen fresh blood that does not undergo any sterilization, hygiene, direct contact with peanuts and herbs.Although health experts constantly warn about viruses, bacteria and parasites harmful can cause infections, coma, poisoning ... when eating this dish. But this is still one of the favorite dishes. most in the northern provinces.

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    3. Egg Embryo: Duck, Quail,… eggs are one of the popular snacks popular in Vietnam and other Asian countries like Vietnam, China, Cambodia, Philippines, but to Western Tourist, this dish is horrible as "horror" dish by which the egg formed enough parts of the the duck. (about 17-21 days old).Duck eggs must be boiled, eat together with broth and leafy leaves or wormwood. Although somewhat frightening but this is the food that provides more protein and is extremely good for health á to local people.

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    4. Coconut Worm: This is a truly challenging dish even to many Vietnemse People when greasy worms, such as egg yolks, are removed from coconut stalks that are still crawling at the bottom of the bowl. The food is eaten directly, not through any other process.

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    5. Rat: This rat is not eye catching dish but very popular in the different Asian Countries, special in Vietnam.After rice harvest season is also hunting Rats. Rats after the trap will be littered, cleaned, salted seeds and processed into different dishes such as pan fried, roasted salt, fried chil with lemon leaves ...

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    6. “Medicine Snake Wine”: "medicinal wine" uses herbs or animals that are soaked in high-alcohol distilled white spirit and are used as a very popular drug in culinary culture of Vietnam.For foreign travelers, they often find it very intimidating because they have soaked all kinds of live animals that have been pre-processed such as snakes, gizzards, geckos ... or even animal organs such as testicular or hands of bear,…

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    7. Shrimp sauce: Shrimp paste is made mainly from shrimp and salt, using an enzyme in the intestines of shrimp to ferment, creating a distinctive flavor. For Vietnamese people, shrimp sauce is indispensable in many dishes such as: vermicelli, vermicelli, dog meat ...

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    Foreigners who come to Vietnam will find it very strange and even more strange when they know how to process shrimp sauce. Many people are allergic to the smell of shrimp paste.

    8. Dog meat: Dog meat is a favorite dish in Vietnam, especially in the northern provinces. People believe that eating dog meat will have the effect of "solving". According to oriental medicine, dog meat is salty, sour, hot, not toxic; have positive effects, positive support, gas benefits except welding.

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    Meanwhile, in many Western and Muslim countries, eating dog meat is even banned. And to the West, they not only regard dogs as pets, but also as friends, so when they come to Vietnam they are wondering why Vietnamese people can eat dog meat while still keeping them.

    9. Organ Transplants: Often in many countries around the world, they often do not eat animal offal, and only eat meat in the back and abdomen. So when they came to Vietnam they were surprised about the food made from the viscera and other parts of the animal. In Vietnam, all parts of animals: intestines, heart, stomach, brain, oval, leg, nail, tail, head, neck ... can become a dish and do not waste any sets, any part.

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    However, this is not too difficult to eat. And are increasingly popular international guests and favorite when exploring Vietnamese cuisine.

    10. Animal’s Penis: In many Eastern countries, it is a favorite dish and usually deep-fried and cook in Hot Pot. Typically, beef penis is cooked by steaming, fried or eaten raw. In particular, penis cow is like a natural viagra to help you be full, burning in the "sex".

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