"Check-in Hai Phong" map of Hai Phong Department of Tourism. (Photo: thanhphohaiphong.gov.vn)

Creativity in tourism promotion

Hai Phong cuisine map is a popular search term on social networks, becoming a product that attracts local tourists, especially young people, to the port city. After nearly two months of being released by the Hai Phong Department of Tourism, the "Check-in Hai Phong" map, has created a "phenomenon" in domestic tourism.

Hung Yen rice cakes enchant with rural flavour

Hung Yen rice cakes enchant with rural flavour

‘Banh te’ or ‘banh rang bua’ is a specialty of Phung Cong Commune in the northern province of Hung Yen. Its taste is derived from the sweetness of meat and the crispiness of cat’s ear mixed with soft and flavourful rice powder.

Developing the Hanoi food travel map (Photo: VNA)

Developing the Hanoi food travel map

Hanoi has been listed among the 25 best tourist destinations for food lovers in the world as voted by Tripadvisor readers. Previously, the capital city was placed among the world’s 16 greatest cities for food as selected by the UK’s Telegraph newspaper.

Kim Anh and local staff in front of the restaurant

Vietnamese flavour on Zanzibar Island

The lovely wooden tables on the sand with a wooden sign saying: “Special Pho will be included on the menu this week” or “Only this week, we have a new dish for you: Beef noodle soup” invited diners to “Duyen – Vietnamese Homecooking”, the restaurant of Nguyen Thi Kim Anh in Zanzibar.

Grape fruit flower tea – a specialty of Hanoi

Grape fruit flower tea – a specialty of Hanoi

Vietnam’s traditional tea art is neither sophisticated like the Japanese tea art nor complicated like the Chinese one. There are many types of tea in Vietnam, grape fruit flower tea is no doubt one of the most renowned, and a truly specialty of Hanoi.

Pink cake: A sweet treat from Vietnam's coconut capital

Pink cake: A sweet treat from Vietnam's coconut capital

NDO/VNS- The central province of Binh Dinh is famed for its spectacular landscapes and unique delicacies that can't be found elsewhere. ‘Banh hong’ (pink cake) is one such dish and the dessert is made from the local sticky rice genre named ‘ngu’, which is fragrant and soft.

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