Thousands of islands with different cultures make up Indonesia, so no wonder its food is just as diverse. To really enjoy Bali, you would not want to miss out on its assortment of dishes.
The streets of Penang are renowned as a food paradise mainly due to its diversity in ethnicity, culture and religion. Its multi-ethnicity brings forth such celebrated variety in Penang’s street and hawker food. There is no lack of food options here, and they're all DELICIOUS.
It's no great secret that Singapore is a food paradise and known for its melting pot of Chinese, Malay, and Indian cultures. While Singapore may be world-renowned for its famed chili crabs, you're far more likely to encounter a plethora of vibrantly delicious yet affordable food.
The continuous influx of tourists, local and foreign alike, paved the way for specialty restaurants and cafes. If you’re planning to spend the holidays in Coron, don't miss out these special foods.
It seems you can't turn a corner in Hoi An without seeing vendors selling DELICIOUS foods, especially Chicken Rice.
Nha Trang is not only famous for the pristine beaches and excellent scuba diving, but also for its special delicacies.
Da Nang street food plays certain part in reflecting the rhythm of life as well as special gastronomy of people in there.
Dalat’s altitude and cool climate make it ideal for growing vegetables and this has earned it the epithet "vegetable garden of the south." Dalat is also known for its special foods.
Saigon has the widest diversity in Vietnam (just like the Bay Area in California.) Therefore, foods in Saigon are a combination of many regional cultures all over the country. It's hard to show an overview of food culture in Saigon by just some images. Go experience yourself and you'll never regret.
Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon. It is a cathedral located in downtown. It has been considered symbol of Saigon, alongside with Ben Thanh Market.
Saigon Opera House. It is an example of French Colonial architecture in Vietnam. The 800-seat building, which located in downtown, was used as the home of the Lower House assembly of South Vietnam after 1956. It was not until 1975 that it was again used as a theatre.
Diamond Plaza, Saigon. It's a luxurious shopping center in downtown, representing for prosperity of Saigon since 1999.