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    3 Most Popular Tea Varieties in Vietnam With the history of planting tea for over 2000 years, Vietnam is one of the largest and oldest tea-producing countries in the world. Although the history of Vietnamese tea has not been well recorded as that of the Chinese or Japanese, tea drinking occupies an essential role in Vietnamese culture, both in the past and in the present.

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    5 Street Vendors You Cannot Miss Out In Hanoi Besides being sold on streets, all these places have one thing in common: they are groups of shops selling one type of food. Usually one family starts the business with an innovative idea and the neighbours follow their examples.

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    The 5 summer coolers of Ho Chi Minh City Feeling thirsty? Getting tired? It is time to load some new energy with drinks. We know that Bia Hoi or an ice-cappucchino will cure your cravings but while you are there, try some local drinks of Ho Chi Minh City.

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    5 best buffet restaurants in Hanoi Buffet restaurants provide customers with the chance to taste a wide range of cuisines at a reasonable price and professional services. There are many kinds of buffets restaurants in Hanoi: from traditional, Western, to hotpot and dessert ones.