Vietnamese food is known for its distinct use of fresh, fragrant and aromatic flavours. There is a balance of sweet and sour, spicy and cooling, fresh and salty flavours. The food in the north of Vietnam is influenced by neighbouring China. Stir fries and noodle soups are common. Towards the south, food becomes sweeter, and mixes flavours from Cambodia and Thailand.

The Mekong Delta in the south, aptly named the “the rice bowl” of Vietnam, is incredibly fertile, with a tropical climate, sustaining more rice paddies and coconut groves.
 

Tours

Destination
Hoi An Red Bridge Cooking class
Hoi An Red Bridge Cooking class

1 Days 0 Nights

Along with exploring new cultures, the discovery of new cuisine is approved, irrefutably, as source of wealth and joy.
Saigon Mai Home Cooking class
Saigon Mai Home Cooking class

13 Days 12 Nights

Along with exploring new cultures, the discovery of new cuisine is approved, irrefutably, as source of wealth and joy.
Taste of Vietnam
Taste of Vietnam

13 Days 12 Nights

Vietnamese food is known for its distinct use of fresh, fragrant and aromatic flavours. There is a balance of sweet and sour, spicy and cooling, fresh and salty flavours.