One of the best reasons to visit Vietnam is its vast selection of delicious bites. Yes, the country is brimming with mouthwatering delights that don’t just taste unique but are healthful, too! And a lot of them can be found in the cosmopolitan city of Ho Chi Minh.
Summary of Current Situation: Following an announcement on 16 March, 2022, Vietnam has fully reopened for tourism. Perhaps even bigger news: there is no testing on arrival. The only requirements at the moment are a PCR test 72 hours or a rapid test 24 hours before departure. As soon as it is established that guests are COVID negative, they are free to explore Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minh City (or Saigon if you still want to use the old name) is Vietnam’s largest and most chaotic city.
It’s a short stay, but one day in Ho Chi Minh City gives you just enough time to get a taste of the bustling metropolis formerly known as Saigon.
Three days in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) is enough time for a great introduction to south Vietnam.
With only three dishes on the menu, this hủ tiếu spot has been running for more than five decades.
In this street food adventure video, we are taking you on a street food tour/ street food adventure through some of Hanoi's busiest street food markets, street food alleyways, and food street's. We try a lot of cheap, delicious, and local street food that you will definitely want to fly here for.
If you only have one day in Ho Chi Minh City, spend the day eating. Vietnam's most dynamic city is filled to the brim with good food. People from all over Vietnam come to Ho Chi Minh City to work, bringing with them recipes from their hometowns that over time make up the metropolis’ exciting culinary scene. Here's our insider guide to three dishes you don't want to miss.