A country filled with captivating natural beauty and tranquil village life. It’s blessed with a ravishing coastline, emerald-green mountains,breathtaking national parks, dynamic cities, outstanding cultural interest and one of the world’s best cuisines.
The landscape of Vietnam is dominated by the highland in the north and the coastal area. A significant feature of the Vietnamese landscape is the untouched rainforest and the beaches and islands, which are among the finest in the whole of Asia.
If you visit Vietnam, you will not be able to see only one culture, but three with their own individual features such as the local culture, which survived the milleniums almost uninfluenced, due to strong local cultural foundations, Chinese cultures and of course the Western culture brought by the French. The different cultures are reflected in the unique food in Vietnam.
For thousands of years Vietnam has produced some of the most exotic dishes using fresh local ingredients and traditional cooking techniques. The colonisation by the French in the 19th Century further enhanced these gastronomic delights and today Vietnamese cuisine is recognized and savoured around the world. Local Vietnamese food is known for its numerous health benefits as they consume excessive amounts of herbs.