Hanoi delicacy made headline on Australian newspaper
The ABC News of Australia has spoken of Hanoi as one of the ideal places to travel after the pandemic, mainly thanks to its undeniable street food cuisine.
Street food of Hanoi is a fusion between the traditional Asian with elegant French style. The city roads are always filled with enchanting smells deriving from the chaos of restaurants and tiny stalls.
Bun Cha - a famous Hanoi specialty
There are recommendations from journalist and food writer Lee Tran Lam to try Pho, Bun Rieu (river crab noodles), Banh Cuon (steamed rice rolls), and Nuoc Mia (sugarcane juice). When visiting this Vietnam capital, these four dishes are must-taste. The food centers that should not be missed are the Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem walking streets, and West Lake areas.
Besides Hanoi street food cuisine, the flashback of history and nature of culture is also praised in the paper. The author, Nguyen Quy Duc, stated Hanoi as a city to boost its modernity as well as preserving ancient values. These values have been recognized globally by many presses. Tripadvisor, Reader’s Digest has listed Hanoi as one of the best places to travel in 2021.
From late February to March 31st, Vietjet Air - one of Vietnam’s cost-saving airlines - has offered a special gift for passengers.
Vietnam Puppet Theater will introduce a new show to tourists with the name “Trang” (The Moon).
Right before Tet - the Lunar New Year, a video of making traditional Vietnamese Chung Cake (Bánh Chưng) from YouTube channel “Ẩm Thực Mẹ Làm” (Mom Cooks) has been shared on the 86-million subscriber channel of the world biggest online video-sharing platform.