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    5 Ideas For A Romantic Trip To Ho Chi Minh City Ice-skating at the Youth Cultural House: Newly established in September 2010, “ice-skating” at the Youth Cultural House, 04 Pham Ngoc Thach Street, District 1, HCMC.

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    6 flavourful wraps for a taste of Ho Chi Minh City With their only similarity lies in the large number of green contents, however the following dishes are favorite snacks of many Saigonese, for their delicious and healthy take.

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    5 Must-try Foods When You Visit Hue Bun bo Hue (Hue style beef vermicelli) or more detail, Bun bo gio heo (beef and pig's knuckle vermicelli) is a popular Vietnamese soup vermicelli dish, and one of the most typical foods of Hue, Vietnam.

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    5 Best Vegetarian Restaurants In Hanoi Presently, vegan restaurants in Hanoi are diversified both in range and size. From small family restaurants like Au Lac (318 Lang Str) to local restaurants, for instance An Lac (8/2/40 Ta QuangBuu – Bach Khoa area), Thien Phuc (18/71 Nguyen Hong Str.), and even homely restaurants, typically Nang Tam (79A Tran Hung Dao Str), vegan restaurants are getting more and more popular. This is a list of 5 recommended vegan restaurants in Hanoi: