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Discover the Best of Vietnam’s Food Culture Through These Local Experiences  


Kaylin
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If there’s one thing that Vietnam is known for, it’s the delicious food. From street stalls to fine-dining restaurants, the country offers a wide variety of culinary experiences. But to really get a taste of the culture, you need to go beyond the tourist traps and explore the local food experiences on offer. Here are some of the best ways to discover the best of Vietnam’s food culture. photo: RODNAE Productions Why you should try…

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Anytime someone mentions going to Vietnam for the first time, I always recommend going on a guided street food tour. This is the easiest way to get a bit of everything and know what you are eating. It also helps people with food allergies. 

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@photastic I agree with this, 100%. People overlook these when going to a new area and they are missing out. You get to try a lot more food this way without spending a lot as they do samples. 

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Great advise, as always. I love how this site focuses on making the most of the culture, food, and everything in Vietnam. I may not have gone as much as other people but I know through my own experiences, this has been amazing advise. 

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It's so interesting to me that Vietnam has its own unique food culture, and it's wonderful to see how this culture can be explored through local experiences. I love the way this article gives you an idea of what it would be like to eat some of the local cuisine, as well as where you can find it. It sounds like a really cool trip!

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I love the culture behind Vietnamese street food. They have so much going on. They treat a meal and the preparation of food as an art form and they do it with such a different mentality. It is beautiful. 

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Street food tours are a lot of fun. I have only been on a few but my first experience with one was in Vietnam. You don't have to pay much and you get to sample so many different foods, it is crazy. We even had a few translators with us which made things easier. 

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