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Hai Phong Station
Hai Phong Station was built by the French colonialists in the early 20th century, through many ups and downs, it still stands, and retains the beauty of ancient silence. If you have the opportunity to visit Hai Phong, you can choose a train to move from Hanoi, experience the “food tour” right from the train and check-in at the ancient Hai Phong station.
Hai Phong Opera House
During the colonial period, France left only three theaters in Vietnam, in Hanoi, Saigon and Hai Phong. Hai Phong Opera House was built according to the Baroque school of architecture, one of the major artistic trends from the late 16th century to the mid-18th century. The theater’s distinctive feature is its sophisticated and aesthetic curves. , combined with the monumental ground makes a strong impression. The lyre on the door is the symbol of the theater. Inside the theater, there are Gothic-style arched doors, ceiling arches painted with decorative flower baskets, inscribed with the names of legendary European musicians and actors.
Hai Phong Opera House is one of the symbols of the city “red phoenix flower”.
State Bank Hai Phong branch
This is the only bank headquarters made from green stone in Hai Phong, also a construction from the French period, formerly named Indochina Bank. The bank was built in 1885, grafted from monolithic natural green stone mined in rocky mountains in Hai Phong and Thanh Hoa. The foot of the pillar, the decorative pattern of the column and the barricade of the lobby door are all made of pure copper, bringing a luxurious and majestic beauty to this work.
Hai Phong Museum
Hai Phong Museum was originally the headquarters of the French-Chinese Bank during the French colonial period, the campus was shady with old trees. The museum is built in Gothic architecture with characteristic round arches. The museum is currently displaying a lot of documents and specimens about the history, geography and cultural identity of the city of red phoenix flowers.
Hai Phong City Post Office
Hai Phong City Post Office is also one of the few unique architectural works influenced by colonial architecture. The post office was built during the French colonial period, combining European style with Asian-style decoration. The post office impresses with its sloping roof system, high windows, and large antique clock. Inside the post office are wooden transaction counters that are spacious, spacious, close and convenient for transactions.
Tam Bac Lake and the central strip of flower gardens
Along the center of Hai Phong city with its long central flower garden, Opera House square and Tam Bac lake, the people of the port land consider it as the “face” of the city. The highlight of the central strip is Tam Bac lake with sidewalks paved with vivid colors of granite with shady trees. Especially in the evening, when the colorful lighting system along both sides of the road is started, Tam Bac Lake looks extremely shimmering and modern. Belonging to the city center strip system, the trumpet house and flower shop are iconic works from long ago in Hai Phong, a favorite check-in place for tourists and city people.
Đăng bởi: Hay Chấm Com
Từ khoá: Take a ‘food tour’ to Hai Phong, don’t forget to check-in at super cute spots in the inner city
Luxury parties often have the presence of important and powerful figures. Therefore, attending such parties always gives us the opportunity to meet new people, strengthen relationships, even the opportunity for many businesses. Because of that, such parties will have many rules and things to keep in mind.
Always sit in your right place at the party table.
2. Sitting posture
To respect the host as well as everyone around, sitting posture should also be focused. You must sit up straight, feet perpendicular to the floor. Do not put your feet up, cross your legs, or shake your thighs rudely.
Napkins are essential accessories to avoid food soiling clothes during the party. Note that the correct way to use napkins is to spread them on your lap, not around your neck. Napkins are also a tool for making signs on the table. When you leave your seat but are still eating, leave the napkin on the chair, neatly placing it on the left side of the plate when you’re done. When dining, place napkins on your lap, not on your collar. Use a towel to dab on dirty areas when cleaning.
Napkins are spread on the lap.
4. Knife, fork
A basic banquet table will have two sets of small and medium-sized cutlery arranged on either side of the plate, the fork on the left and the knife on the right. Usage method must always follow the principle of “from outside to inside – from far to near”. Note that knives and forks must be left on the plate when not finished eating, absolutely do not put it on the table.
5. Glass and wine
Usually, wine will be an indispensable drink in parties. There will always be a main drink that is wine used with dishes to enhance the flavor. Each type of wine will correspond to a different glass. When drinking, drink small sips. When toasting, wait for the host to raise the glass first.
6. How to eat
When going to a party, always remember to be as polite and subtle as possible. Always eat gently, slowly, do not make noise when chewing. When eating, you should still pay attention to your surroundings and the general story of the party.
Always use a knife and fork to take food gently and politely.
Keeping a gentle and polite attitude is a good thing to do anywhere, and when attending a party, this should be even more important. Don’t be afraid to shake hands or kiss on the cheek and should be loose with the usual greetings and questions. When discussing something, avoid sensitive issues such as politics, religion,… Should know the end of the story and do not talk passionately but receive the attention of everyone around. around.
8 standard rules on the European dining table – Photo 1
8. What not to do
– Do not play with or rattle the utensils used to eat, especially knives, forks, spoons.
– Do not rest your elbows on the table, do not cross your legs or shake your thighs.
– When you drop a knife, spoon, fork: Do not bend down to pick it up yourself, but ask the waiter to change the set.
– Do not smoke, take selfies, burp, blow your nose, floss or take off your shoes, etc. at the dining table.
– Do not hold a spoon and drink alcohol at the same time
– Do not blow hot foods with your mouth, let them cool on their own. Don’t slurp loudly, don’t make noise when eating, don’t scrape food.
– If you need to go out, politely inform.
Chew and swallow all the food in your mouth before you want more food or drink.
Đăng bởi: Diệu Lê
Từ khoá: Things you need to know to stay elegant when going to a party
Cao Dai Temple (also known as Cao Dai Holy See) was constructed in 1933 in a unique architectural style that reflects its blended traditions. Of all the places most people visit on a day trip from Ho Chi Minh City, going on a day tour to Cao Dai temple is one of the best things to do in Ho Chi Minh city to fully embrace the unique local vibe. The Cao Dai religion (Caodaism) is unique to southern Vietnam and was established in 1926, this temple was built by the French around that time. It’s something completely different and rather mysterious. Cao Dai blends Buddhism, Christianity, Taoism, Confucianism, and Islam. It is the 3rd largest religion in Vietnam and the temple you will visit is absolutely stunning.
Cao Dai is the 3rd largest religion in Vietnam, Instagram: @alinabraun
Embrace the divinity of religious sites in Ho Chi Minh city with Inspitrip now!History of the Cao Dai religion
The founder of the Cao Dai religion was Ngo van Chien, a Vietnamese official who worked for the French administration. The literal translation of Cao Dai is A Top Place. This religion has distributed 5 million adherents by Vietnam, Europe, and The United States. Its symbol is an eye within a triangle, the third eye or the eye that everything he sees and the triangle is the triangle of justice.
Cao Dai symbol is an eye within a triangle. Instagram: @karaidavid
Cao Dai’s pantheon of saints includes such diverse figures as the Buddha, Confucius, Jesus Christ, Muhammad, Pericles, Julius Caesar, Joan of Arc, Victor Hugo, and the Chinese revolutionary leader Sun Yat-sen. These are honored at Cao Dai temples, along with ancestors.History of the temple
Constructed between 1933 and 1955, the Great Temple of Cao Dai closely resembles a Christian cathedral in its architecture – two square towers, a long central nave with an upper gallery, and side aisles. The altar and ambulatory are at the opposite end from the entrance, just as in a typical church. The religion Caodaist is headquartered in Hoa Thanh district of Tay Ninh province, about 90 kilometers Northwest of Ho Chi Minh City and approximately 55 kilometers of the Cu Chi tunnels. The temple, visible from almost any part of the complex, is located about 150 meters from the main entrance from the road.
The Temple of Cao Dai closely resembles a Christian cathedral in its architecture. Instagram: @ru_traveling
Cao Dai encourages obedience to the three duties (those between king and citizen, father and child, husband and wife) and five virtues (humanity, obligation, civility, knowledge, reliability) of Confucianism. Followers are expected to participate regularly in worship services, practice vegetarianism at least ten days per month, purify their body and spirit and avoid killing living beings. Cao Dai’s organization is patterned after that of Roman Catholicism, with nine levels of hierarchy including a pope, cardinals, and archbishops. Worship involves group prayer in the temple, elaborate rituals and festivals.Getting to the Cao Dai Temple
Cao Dai Temple is only 90 kilometers from the center of Ho Chi Minh City. Instagram: @joannakolanWhat you should wear when visiting Cao Dai temple
Most worshippers are lay followers, who wear pure white robes. Men with the rank of priest and higher have brightly colored robes reflecting their spiritual allegiance: yellow (symbolizing Buddhism and virtue), blue (Taoism and pacifism) or red (Confucianism and authority). Bishops and Cardinals have the Divine Eye emblazoned on their headpieces. Visitors are warmly welcomed at the Cao Dai Temple and may watch ceremonies and take photos from the galleries.
Most worshippers are lay followers, who wear pure white robes. Instagram: @eamellers
Visitors are only asked to wear trousers or skirts covering the knee, Don’t forget to remove your hats, coats, and shoes before stepping inside the building. Of course, although there is no standard rule of dress, try to wear formal outfits consistent with the religious place (such as trousers or skirts covering the knees). The area in the middle of the sanctuary is reserved for many Cao Dai priests. The noon ceremony always has the largest audience, since most visitors are day-trippers from Ho Chi Minh CityWhat you can experience at Cao Dai temple
If you love exploring religious temples in Ho Chi Minh city, add Cao Dai temple to your itinerary. The exterior and interior of the Cao Dai Temple are both extravagantly decorated, incorporating symbols, abstract designs, and images of saints. The high ceiling is painted sky-blue with fluffy clouds and the floor tiles have busy patterns. The dragon-encrusted columns that run the length of the nave number 28, representing the 28 manifestations of the Buddha. Seven-headed cobras represent the seven human emotions. On the whole, there are 9 hierarchies of worship. These include a pope, cardinals, archbishops, priests, and so on who make sure to have rituals, festivals and prayer regularly practiced. The temple has a similar design with a Christian Cathedral, which prominently features side aisles and an altar. From the distant view, your eyebrows will also be raised by a high dome decorated with both clouds and saints.
The exterior and interior of the Cao Dai Temple are both extravagantly decorated. Instagram: @mr_kaizers
There are four ceremonies with chanting each day: 6:00 am, noon, 6:00 pm, and midnight. An orchestra of 10 musicians and a choir of 20 youths lead the service in prayer and hymns. The hymns sound western, but the accompanying music is traditional Vietnamese. One of the most memorable sights at the Cao Dai temple is the sea of worshippers who dress in flowing robes and assemble in orderly rows during a ceremony. Men sit on the right and women on the left.Watching Caodaists pray is one of the major highlights
Watching Caodaists pray is one of the major highlights when visiting the temple as they dress in long flowing robes of white for lay followers, yellow, blue or red for priests whilst bishops have the Divine Eye embroidered on their headpieces. During worship, men are seated on the right and women on the left with all devotees seated in orderly rows. The building is a combination of Neo-Gothic, Baroque and Oriental design and is very ornately decorated including dragon wrapped pillars, seven-headed cobras, and ceilings of sky blue. Female tourists will enter the temple through a door at the base from the left side and then roam around the outside of the colonnaded hall as a clockwise direction. Meanwhile, men will enter from the right side and move around the hall as an anticlockwise direction. During the visit, you are able to take pictures, but under the instructions of the priests. Remember there are some places you have no permission to take photographs.
Watching Caodaists pray is one of the major highlights when visiting the temple, Instagram: @nomadicallydigital
The Cao Dai Temple can be combined with a visit to the Cu Chi Tunnels to make for a worthwhile day. The 75-mile-long complex of tunnels at Cu Chi has been preserved by the government of Vietnam and turned into a war memorial park with two different tunnel display sites, Ben Dinh and Ben Duoc. Visit the prominent Cu Chi Tunnels tour with Inspitrip now!Some interesting facts about Cao Dai temple
Witnessing Cao Dai Temple in person is an amazing experience, Instagram: @lawrence_manning_fine_art
The Divine Eye (representing God) is located above the front portico of Cao Dai Temple that has the Ying & Yang icon in its pupil. In general, ceremonies are daily held with 2 services accompanied by a choir and musicians.
There are around 1,000 other Cao Dai temples in this part of Vietnam.
It is estimated there are now 5 million followers worldwide and Caodaism is Vietnam’s third largest religion.
The faith is named for its supreme being, known as Cao Dai, a Taoist epithet for the supreme god. Cao Dai is seen as the same God honored in all major world religions, but the chosen term avoids gender, personality or other earthly attributes.
Cao Dai followers strive for inner peace and harmony in the world and try to gain religious merit and avoid bad karma.How to have the most fulfilling travel experience at Cao Dai temple
Enjoy your trip to the Great Cao Dai Temple, Instagram: @momitraveltheworld
10 minutes before the start of the religious ceremony, access is prohibited inside the temple.
During the church service, but most visitors have access to landing that between the front door and the stairs of the temple.
When the Mass started, you are not allowed to walk around the temple (including outdoor gardens).
Highly recommend arriving at the temple Cao Dai no more afternoon 11: 00, to give a tour of the surrounding area, visit inside the temple, chat with the monks and take a good place to view the 12: 00 mass.
It’s always easier if you’re traveling with a local tour guide or going on a tour that covers both Cao Dai temple and Cu Chi Tunnel. With local English speaking tour guides, transport, entrance fees, and lunch are covered in the cost of the Inspitrip tour and guaranteed to give you an unforgettable experience.
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Đăng bởi: Hoàng Nguyễn
Từ khoá: Cao Dai Temple tour: a journey to explore the most mysterious religion in Vietnam
While Venus flytraps have obtained the reputation of being difficult to grow, this stereotype is not warranted as their growing conditions are actually quite straightforward. One important aspect of maintaining a healthy Venus flytrap is regular repotting of the plant to ensure that it has adequate room to grow.
When to Repot a Venus Flytrap
For best results, Venus flytraps should be repotted annually to help keep the potting medium fresh. Over time, the potting medium can become compacted which makes it difficult for the plant to grow new roots. While Venus flytraps don’t mind being repotted during most times of the year, it is best to repot them during the spring or early summer as this is when they come out of their winter dormancy. Avoid repotting Venus flytraps while they are actively flowering.
It’s also a good idea to repot a Venus flytrap as soon as it is purchased to ensure that any impurities from the water it was given at the nursery do not stick around in the soil. Venus flytraps require pure water (filtered or rainwater is best!) to thrive. Repotting after you purchase also helps to ensure that the potting medium is correct as Venus flytraps are picky with their growing medium.
Before Getting Started
Choosing the Right Potting Medium
Choosing the right soil/potting medium for your Venus flytrap is the most crucial aspect of successfully repotting one. Venus flytraps are native to the bogs of North and South Carolina and are accustomed to an acidic, nutrient-poor growing medium. Using standard potting soil or nutrient-enhanced mixtures will burn the Venus flytraps and kill them quickly.
When repotting a Venus flytrap, a standard carnivorous plant soil mixture should be used. You can either mix one yourself or look for Venus flytrap potting soil to achieve this. If you are mixing the soil yourself, a 1:1 mixture of unenriched peat moss and perlite is ideal. The peat moss provides the acidity that Venus flytraps require, while the perlite helps to retain moisture.
Choosing the Right Pot
There are a couple of important considerations when it comes to choosing a pot for your Venus flytrap. While Venus flytraps stay relatively small, even at maturity, their root systems can grow fairly deep so choosing a pot with some depth to it is beneficial for the plant. A minimum pot depth of 4 inches is recommended so that the roots can develop while keeping the majority of the water away from the rhizomes.
Proper insulation is also important for Venus flytraps. When grown indoors insulation is less of a concern as they can be temperature-controlled more easily, but typically leaving extra room around the rhizomes so that the potting medium can buffer them from extreme heat or cold is a good idea. A minimum of 2 inches of potting medium around the edges of the rhizomes is recommended for optimal insulation. This may mean choosing a larger pot for your Venus flytrap. In most cases, plastic pots are best for Venus flytraps.
What You’ll Need
Small garden spade
Small plastic pot
Venus flytrap potting soil or a 1:1 combination of perlite and peat moss
Prepare the Pot
Fill the new pot with the 1:1 mixture of peat moss and perlite.
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Moisten the Potting Mixture
Gently water the new potting mixture with purified water or rainwater to moisten it.
The Spruce / Phoebe Cheong
Create the Hole
Create a small hole in the center of the new potting mixture where the Venus flytrap will be placed.
The Spruce / Phoebe Cheong
Remove the Venus Flytrap
Carefully wiggle the Venus flytrap out of its current pot, being careful to handle the root ball and not the traps.
The Spruce / Phoebe Cheong
Expose the Roots
With your fingers, gently break away the old potting medium from the roots of the Venus flytrap. If necessary, separate multiple plants from one another to be re-planted separately.
The Spruce / Phoebe Cheong
Pot the Plant
Place the plant into the new moistened potting mixture and carefully pat the soil into place around the roots.
The Spruce / Phoebe Cheong
Water the Venus Flytrap
Water the plant thoroughly—the water should fully drain through the pot and out of the drainage holes.
The Spruce / Phoebe Cheong
After Repotting the Venus Flytrap
If repotting is done correctly, Venus flytraps should be fairly stable and do not typically require extra care afterward. It is normal to see a stall in growth for a week or two after repotting, and some Venus flytraps may even lose a few traps after being transplanted. As long as the plant has healthy rhizomes and roots this is nothing to be concerned about.
From mid-September to October is the time when you can see the beautiful yellow panorama of the fields and terraces combined in Mu Cang Chai. However, this is also the time when this place receives the most tourists.
On average, for tourists in the northern provinces, an ideal trip to visit Mu Cang Chai only needs 3 days and 2 nights, but for tourists in the Central South, the number of days may be necessary. longer. However, during this time, you can arrange and adjust according to your schedule. What you need to do is to plan your spending so that it is enough. And if you need that, you can immediately refer to the article below!
Expenses needed when going to Mu Cang Chai to “hunt” for ripe rice
Coming to Mu Cang Chai at this time, you can also experience the unique cultural features of this place.(Illustrated image)
Normally, a trip to Mu Cang Chai requires 3 days and 2 nights on average. Accordingly, in this article, we will give you suggestions on what to spend on a 3 day 2 night trip to Mu Cang Chai.
1. Housing costs for rest and living: 300,000 – 500,000 VND/person/2 nights, depending on location and type of stay
– Going to Mu Cang Chai, motels – hotels – homestays are the types of accommodation that you can choose.
2. Transportation cost: about 1,000,000 VND/person (passenger bus and motorbike rental)
For easy calculation, we choose Hanoi as the starting point for you to get to the most convenient place. If you are in another province, go to Hanoi first and then start your journey. Depending on the distance or distance, you choose the appropriate form of transportation to Hanoi.
Usually, going here, people often choose to go on a motorbike trip to see the scenery of mountains and mountains, majestic nature. However, the cost for traveling by motorbike or car is also quite similar: about 500,000 – 1 million VND depending on the vehicle.
You can have many high-quality bus companies such as Hai Van, Hung Thanh, or take the bus from Hanoi to Than Uyen to Mu Cang Chai. Ticket price fluctuates around 250,000 VND/ticket. When coming to Mu Cang Chai, you can rent a motorbike for 150,000 – 200,000 VND/day depending on when you want to visit.
No matter what you go to Mu Cang Chai, you still need a motorbike to move when coming to this place.(Photo: india-consulate)
3. Entrance fee: about 700,000 VND/person
The cost of visiting Mu Cang Chai depends on many different factors and usually ranges from 600,000 – 700,000 VND. If you want more services, better experience and convenient food, you can budget around 900,000 – 1,000,000 VND/person.
+ Raspberry hill: The place to check-in beautiful photos of the golden season in Mu Cang Chai
About 12 km from Mu Cang Chai, it will take you about 22 minutes by car in the direction of National Highway 32. Accordingly, you can go there by motorbike, but the road is difficult to climb, so you have to park and rent a motorbike taxi. 60,000 VND/person one way).
+ Khau Pha Pass:
The ticket price for tourists flying double parachute is currently about 1,500,000 – 2,000,000 VND/person with a duration of 15 to 25 minutes, depending on the visitor’s health during the flight.
+ La Pan Tan commune terraces: 20,000 VND/person, children are completely free.
+ Tu Le commune, Lim Mong village, Lung Lo pass, Thai village, Mo waterfall: free.
+ Khai Trung green plateau: Ticket price is from 30,000 to 50,000 VND/person.
4. Food costs: about 1 million VND
Mu Cang Chai has many delicious dishes.(Illustrated image)
If you stay at the hotel, breakfast is included in your room rate and you can enjoy lunch or dinner at the hotel restaurant. For homestay, there is no.
The price of the main dish ranges from 150,000 to 200,000 VND depending on the menu you choose. For host families, breakfast is rarely included in the room rate, so you can choose to eat on your own or enjoy it with a host family. Thus, on average, you will need to spend about 200,000 – 300,000 VND for a meal. In 3 days 2 nights (equivalent to 8 meals, of which 3 breakfasts are eaten at homestay), you will need to spend a minimum of about 1 million VND.
However, if you want to enjoy local cuisine, you can browse the specialty restaurants in the surrounding area. Recommended restaurants include: Nghia Lo Restaurant, Manh Thom Restaurant, Minh Duc Restaurant and Pho Nui Restaurant. The menu price here ranges from 70,000 to 300,000 VND, depending on the dish.
5. Expenses to pay and other incurred expenses are about 500,000 VND/person.
In Mu Cang Chai, there are many delicious dishes that you can buy as gifts. (Illustrated image)
You can use this to buy some more gifts in Mu Cang Chai for relatives, family and friends.
+ The price of Tu Le nuggets is 120,000 VND/kg (if bought at homestay).
+ Apple price is about: 100,000 – 150,000 VND/kg.
+ Shan Tuyet tea price: about 230,000 – 250,000 VND/kg.
And so, you will need to spend about 3,700,000 VND for a trip to visit Mu Cang Chai in 3 days 2 nights. Costs can vary depending on dining options, attractions, as well as paragliding availability. In the case of not flying paragliding, you will save about 1 million VND.
Wish you have a nice trip!
Đăng bởi: Toán Thầy Minh
Từ khoá: Going to Mu Cang Chai to ‘hunt’ ripe rice at a cost of nearly 200$/person
Vietnamese cuisine is extremely rich which makes many people passionate, but among them, there are also dishes that make many people shudder. Especially the dishes that are completely uncooked, still fresh. These raw dishes also challenge many visitors because not everyone can eat them. Sometimes many dishes use ingredients that have just been caught, or even ingredients that are still… crawling on a plate. However, the attractiveness of these raw dishes is not reflected in the appearance, but thanks to the delicious, strange, and unique flavors that are not mixed. For those who have a love for freshness, especially raw food, these are the most delicious dishes they have ever tried.Coconut worms bathe with fish sauce
If you have the opportunity to go to the western provinces, visitors will encounter a specialty dish made from this worm living in the trunk of this coconut tree. At first glance, the appearance of this dish will make many diners “cry”. But this is a favorite dish of the people of the river region because of its fatness. The common way is to put coconut worms in a cup of spicy salty fish sauce to enjoy. The dish is a combination of greasy flavor mixed with salty taste combined with the pungent taste of chili. Although the way to cook coconut worms with fish sauce is not difficult, not everyone has the courage to eat the worms swimming around in a cup of fish sauce.Northwest dancing fish salad
The Northwest is indeed home to many specialties that are both strange to the ears and also strange to the mouth, in which it is indispensable for the jumping fish salad, a specialty with a slightly “scary” appearance but extremely attractive. To achieve the freshest taste, the caught stream fish must be processed and eaten at the table and must be carefully selected. People usually only choose the small fish with their fingertips, then mix it with spices and a variety of fresh banana core vegetables and herbs to mask the fishy smell. In addition to the basic seasonings, it is indispensable for Mac Khen seeds to create dishes with acidity, spicy, strong, sweet and characteristic aroma.
Photo: Hua family restaurantLive Noodles
Sea urchin is a very popular seafood in our country’s seas with a rough appearance, but inside, it has extremely nutritious sea urchin meat. Sea urchin contains high nutritional value, so it is often processed into many different dishes. Most of them are grilled urchin with onion fat, porridge, … but there is a specialty that not everyone dares to try, which is raw or rare lemon urchin. Eaters only need to split the sea urchin in half, wash the blood veins inside, then squeeze a lemon or put a little mustard on it to be able to enjoy. This dish is also considered extremely nutritious because it retains all the nutrients inside.
Photo: Flikrt, Con Dao Express high-speed trainKon Tum yellow ant raw fish salad
The specialty dish in the mountains has a really “cry” name, but when it comes to knowing that this is a salad made from completely raw fish, many people do not dare to eat it. However, if you taste it once, diners will be fascinated by the delicious, nutritious and extremely special flavor of this dish. The processing of the salad is also very sophisticated, just like the jumping fish in the Northwest, the Central Highlands people also choose stream fish with firm, fresh meat so as not to be fishy when enjoying. In addition, there is also ant meat and ant eggs, which are also made finely and then dried in the sun to shrink. The sweetness of the eggs mixed with the fat of the ant eggs brings a very new flavor.Nha Trang squid and fish sauce
Nha Trang has a special dish that almost all fishermen or locals know, but many tourists from other places have never heard of it. Freshly caught squids are quickly processed by cutting them into bite-sized pieces, then boldly spicy with garlic and chili and then added to pure fish sauce. Just wait 5 minutes for the squid to absorb the fish sauce to be able to eat delicious dishes, when eating, you can also take the broccoli leaves to roll the squid, the delicious taste will be doubled. Nha Trang people just need to listen to it, they crave for the spicy taste of chili, the zesty of garlic, the salty taste of the fish sauce and each piece of fresh, crispy squid. Every time I eat it, I get addicted to it every time I eat it, I want to eat it once.
Photo: cookpad, fishiSquid dance Vung Ang
The famous squid dish in Ha Tinh with the funny-sounding name is jumping squid, this nickname comes from the fact that these squids when caught ashore often snap very high, along with a very happy crackling sound. ears. Jumping squid has a sparkling appearance, transparent body and eye-catching flashing spots. This type of squid is used by many people to make sashimi or to eat directly because the squid is lived in the ideal salinity of sea water, resulting in a distinctive, richer flavor than other regions. Pieces of fresh, chewy and crispy white squid mixed with the spicy taste of mustard bring a new feeling to diners.
Photo: The land of Phu Quy – Nghe AnRaw sauce
The West is known as the kingdom of fish sauce with a variety of fish with strong river flavor. The most famous are the types of fish sauce that are cooked in hot pot, vermicelli or braised, but the only way that only some visitors to the West can eat is raw fish sauce without processing. The kinds of fish sauce that people love to eat raw are usually made from linguine fish, choke fish, catfish, etc. The fish sauce is mixed with spicy garlic and chili, squeezed a little lemon and served with sour coriander, boiled sweet potato or sweet potato. White rice is “standard”.
Photo: Internet (vinlove.net)
Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Hoàng An
Từ khoá: The famous raw food specialties throughout Vietnam that not everyone has the courage to try
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