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I have a confession to make: I don’t think Vietnam’s beaches are all that great. Not usually, anyway.

During my trips to Vietnam I visited the popular beaches of Mui Ne, Nha Trang, Hoi An, and all the rest of it — and often came away feeling a little disappointed. The beaches are often soullessly developed with big hotels aimed at Chinese or Russian package tourists, or they’re just too crowded or lacking a certain charm.

And… that’s precisely why I want to tell you about Qui Nhon!

Qui Nhon (also spelled Quy Nhon) is one of those seaside places in Vietnam that actually made me crack a smile and think to myself, “wow… this is really lovely!”.

The beaches around Qui Nhon are only mildly developed and have maintained a low-key atmosphere, which is just what I like. The area around Qui Nhon is also home to numerous ancient Cham temples overlooked by the masses.

If you’re looking to break up your journey from central Vietnam at a bit more of an authentic place, it’s highly worth staying a couple of nights in Qui Nhon.

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Where’s Qui Nhon?

Qui Nhon is a small city in the center of Vietnam, located roughly halfway between Hoi An and Nha Trang.

It’s still a bit unknown; most backpackers that I mentioned Qui Nhon to gave me a quizzical look. The only person I spoke to who was also going there was an in-the-know expat living in Vietnam who I met at a train station in Dong Hoi.

The city of Qui Nhon itself is not so noteworthy in terms of tourism, though it does offer the chance to explore some local markets and streets for a taste of Vietnamese city life.

More interesting than the city are the nice beaches that are within a 30-minute or so radius of it.

Although it’s a bit off the beaten track, once you get to Qui Nhon (pronounced like Kwee N-yawn), you’ll still find a good number of backpackers and independent travelers there. Some arrive by bus or train, while quite a few others make a stop here on a Vietnam motorbiking trip.

The beaches of Qui Nhon

The beaches in Qui Nhon are not majorly developed (so far), with most having a relaxed hammock-ey beach hostel vibe.

You shouldn’t expect anything like the funky surfer beaches of Bali or the hidden bays with scintillating waters of the Philippines, mind you. But by Vietnamese standards, they do have plenty of charm.

I went to four different beaches in- or near Qui Nhon. Let me tell you about them in order of personal preference:

Nhon Hai beach

This is easily my favourite beach near Qui Nhon. Nhon Hai beach is in a cute fishing village without any major tourism development. It’s a simple place where you’ll fall asleep and wake up to the sounds of the sea.

I stayed at Nhon Hai Beach Hostel, which is a lovely little gem of a hostel. I was told that when the owner first set his mind to starting a hostel in this out-of-the-way place, the villagers declared him mad. But it was clearly a stroke of genius — and thanks to word-of-mouth it’s now a well-established hangout.

There isn’t much to do except to read a book in a hammock, go kayaking around the bay, or go snorkeling at a nearby reef (free kayaks and snorkeling masks are provided). Still, many guests here come with a booking for just a night or two but end up staying much longer.

Nhon Hai has just one little blemish: if you follow the beach further into the town it becomes much less appealing, with a lot of plastic and other trash. The reality is that such sights are not uncommon in countries like Vietnam and can’t always be avoided. The beach in front of the hostel is thankfully kept very clean.

I should caution that Nhon Hai is not your typical tourist destination in that you won’t find Western food and amenities here. That may not appeal to everyone, but I loved the local vibe and idyllic setting.

I lent my kayak to this Vietnamese couple for a photo shoot. Looking cool!

How to get to Nhon Hai beach: it’s about 30 minutes from Qui Nhon city. It’s a bit out of the way, but worth it. If you have a motorbike you can just drive there, or you can take a public bus or taxi. If you need any help, you can also go to 5 Elements Hostel in Qui Nhon city, as this hostel is run by the same owner. There is no ATM in Nhon Hai, so be sure to bring cash!

You can book your stay at Nhon Hai Beach Hostel here.

Bai Xep beach

This is my second favourite beach near Qui Nhon, about 20 minutes south of the city. I stayed here for one night, before I discovered Nhon Hai.

Some enterprising Vietnamese turned Bai Xep into the go-to spot: the Life’s A Beach Hostel grew from one to a whopping four locations. Each location of Life’s A Beach Hostel caters to a slightly different crowd, so pay attention to which one you book!

Life’s A Beach Backpackers is definitely for a younger and drink-happy crowd. It has basic dorms and bamboo huts and a lively bar. While it’s a party hostel, things do wind down around 2 a.m., and it’s mostly quiet during the day.

The hostel is a bit close to the road and the beach is merely OK, but it has a fun and WiFi-free vibe (yep, people actually talk to each other!). It’s great if you’re in your 20s and open to some mild- to medium intensity partying. Its somewhat isolated location makes it a great place to meet people and be in a bubble for a while.

The other Life’s A Beach location (the one without the word ‘Backpackers’) is on a prettier beach just up the road. The age range is a bit broader; there’s some younger but also some grey-haired backpackers. The atmosphere is social with often family-style dinners. It’s next to a small fisherman’s hamlet with a few basic shops and Vietnamese eateries, making it a bit less isolated than Life’s A Beach Backpackers.

While I think Nhon Hai is the ultimate beach near Qui Nhon, Bai Xep does have much more accommodation options and is a bit easier to reach. Besides Life’s A Beach, there is also the adjacent Big Tree Backpackers and a cluster of guesthouses and B&Bs.

How to get to Bai Xep: you’ll need to take a taxi from Qui Nhon. There are no ATMs in Bai Xep and you’ll be a little isolated, especially at Life’s A Beach Backpackers, so bring everything you need.

Ky Co beach

This is not a beach you can stay the night at, but it’s one you can visit as a nice little day trip. Ky Co gained some infamy among locals for being the ‘most beautiful beach in Vietnam’. I don’t know if it needs quite that much hype, but I certainly enjoyed it.

The beach is surrounded by some cool cliffs, though the waters can get very choppy and maybe aren’t perfect for swimming. It’s mostly locals who make it to Ky Co, along with a sprinkling of foreigners.

You’ll have to pay a 100,000 dong park entrance fee and for a minivan service to take you from the parking lot area to the beach itself. Once there, you’ll find a smattering of seafood restaurants and a spacious and blissfully clean beach.

In 2023 a huge luxury resort and safari park were under construction several kilometres north, so this beach may get more crowded in the future. Go there now!

How to get to Ky Co: the easiest way is to have your own motorbike. Some hostels in Qui Nhon may also be offering organized trips out to Ky Co.

Qui Nhon city beach

I’m a bit biased against municipal beaches as I prefer ones that are outside of the city. But as far as city beaches go, Qui Nhon has a great one. It’s kept spotlessly clean and the city itself is typically Vietnamese, still mostly free of the rampant development seen in other beach resort cities like Nha Trang. While Qui Nhon might also be a bit quiet for some, it’s got a couple of bars by the promenade that come alive at night.

A great place to stay in Qui Nhon is the 5 Elements Hostel, run by the same owners as the Nhon Hai Beach Hostel. It’s got some nice rooms and is located close to everything you might need, making it a great starting point for a stay in Qui Nhon.

Things to do near Qui Nhon

The area isn’t bursting with sightseeing potential; you’ll probably be happy to stick mostly to your chosen beach and relax. That said, there are a few things you can check out.

Firstly, there are various Champa towers around the area. The Champa are indigenous people, following mainly the Hindu religion, who settled in large parts of Vietnam from the 11th century. The archaeological sites are very small, though of course of genuine historical significance and some are in quite scenic locations.

The most important site is Vijaya, which served as the Cham capital for over 500 years. The excellent blog Vietnam Coracle has detailed information on all the Cham sites.

You can also go sandboarding near Nhon Ly beach. I didn’t get a chance to do this during my stay, but I’ve heard the experience is similar to the sandboarding in Mui Ne in southern Vietnam, which I did a few years ago. Sliding down the sand dunes on a sledge is a whole bucket of fun and highly recommended.

Finally, Life’s A Beach hostel organizes afternoon boat trips where you’ll catch some fish and have a BBQ on a secluded beach.

Getting around in Quy Nhon

It’s possible to get around by bus or taxi, but I always like renting a scooter as it gives you the most freedom and flexibility to get around.

I rented mine at Rong Homestay in Qui Nhon city [map location]. It’s a guesthouse that also rents out a dozen or so scooters. The rate is about 100,000 dong a day. Expect to leave your ID card or some deposit for the rental.

Getting to Qui Nhon city

There are several ways of getting to Qui Nhon, from where you can take local transportation to the beaches:


Quy Nhon is served by Dieu Tri train station on the main line, around 10km west of Quy Nhon. All reunification express trains stop at Dieu Tri. A bus from Dieu Tri train station to Quy Nhon costs about 5,000 dong. I took a taxi which got me there a bit faster (about 15 minutes).


There are some buses going from Da Nang or Nha Trang and these are probably your best bet if you’re travelling Vietnam north-to-south or vice versa.

There is also a direct bus from Ho Chi Minh City, though it takes a whopping 14 hours. If you’re going all this way, the reunification express may be a more comfortable option.


I used a flight to get out of Qui Nhon, as I was backtracking to Hanoi at the end of my Vietnam trip. Vietnam Airlines runs a number of domestic flights from Qui Nhon to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

The nearest airport is Phu Cat Airport (UIH). Keep in mind it’s still 45 minutes to an hour from the centre of Qui Nhon. There is an airport shuttle bus, but you should leave sufficient time to get there.

Đăng bởi: Vũ Lê

Từ khoá: Qui Nhon: The Seaside Gem You Should Really Know About

6 Things To Know About Dry

1. What kind of environment is needed to make a cow grow old?

Perhaps this is the question of many people because normally, meat left for so long will decompose. But with cows getting older, the environment is a particularly important factor. The place to grow old cows must maintain stable factors such as temperature at about 1oC, humidity at about 70 to 80% and wind strength of 2-2.5 times/second and continuous double wind. Only then will the new meat withdraw water, hunt again without decomposing. During the aging process, the enzymes present in beef will break down, making the beef tender and succulent.

Beef has to go through a long process with drying standards to get quality finished products.

2. The crust is moldy but the meat doesn’t spoil

After the beef is dried by the Dry-aged method for 120 days, the outside will appear a layer of dry, hard white fungus that is even moldy. This is completely understandable because this bacteria has grown during the drying process, keeping the job of preserving the fresh meat inside. However, moldy meat does not mean spoiled meat, you just need to scrape off the outer layer of mold to see that the meat inside is still fresh with a dark red color and you can process it normally.

Beef when ‘dry enough’ will be shaved off the outer layer and enjoy the fresh meat inside.

3. When the age is over, how to preserve it?

Typically the dry-aged process lasts from 7 to 120 days. But when it’s old, but it’s not eaten right away, how will it be preserved? The way to preserve aged cows is that after preliminary processing, you should put the meat in a vacuum bag and keep it in the refrigerator at -40oC so that bacteria do not have a chance to multiply. When eating, you take it out to defrost and then process it as usual.

4. Price of Dry-aged Beef

The price of an aged beefsteak is higher than that of a regular beefsteak. Prices vary depending on the type of meat, but typically, a steak ranges from $45 to $60 compared to the $35 price of a regular steak. But this is acceptable because the whole process from drying to aging is a long process.

5. What is the most popular method of processing Dry-aged Beef?

The most common way of processing beef is to make beefsteak. Chefs can prepare dry-aged beef by many methods such as grilling, pan-frying, pan-frying. The seasoning for processing with aged cows is very simple, a little salt, pepper, butter or rosemary leaves is done, simply because the meat is already delicious, then it is only a rustic marinade to feel all the smell and taste.

Dry-aged beefsteak looks no different from regular beefsteak, but the taste inside is guaranteed to ‘explode’ the taste buds.

At first glance, the appearance of aged beefsteak is not too different from regular beefsteak, but when eaten, the taste of aged beef is different. When putting the piece of meat in the mouth, the beef taste explodes in the mouth, the aging process has brought the beef more richness and the meat is also softer. The most perfect processing level for aged beef is rare or medium rare, which means that the meat is still pink inside, maybe the new piece of meat is soft and sweet.

6. Why is it so delicious but not many places serve aged cows?

In fact, despite being praised by the followers of beef, not all places serve aged beef. There are two main reasons, that is, to age the cows, the restaurant will need a standard freezer or hong system. More importantly, not everyone likes the smell because of the age of cows.

Because the longer it is left, the stronger the taste of the meat and maybe for some people, this taste will be somewhat difficult to smell, when touching the tip of the tongue, it will not be as easy to accept as the usual fresh beef. That’s why it is recommended that old cows are only suitable for real beef enthusiasts, because the tender meat that melts in the mouth compared with the chat of a glass of sweet wine can make people forget all their lives.

Đăng bởi: Thị Đoan Trang Đỗ

Từ khoá: 6 things to know about Dry-aged, an aged beef requires hundreds of days to process

If You Want To Eat North Standard Sticky Rice In The Heart Of Ho Chi Minh City, Where Should You Go?

Referring to Northern cuisine, in addition to names such as Bun Cha, Pho, Banh Cuon, etc., it is impossible not to mention sticky rice. Northern standard sticky rice is a famous dish that pleases many gourmets. In the midst of the cool air in the early morning of Ho Chi Minh City in the winter, there is nothing better than “starting” an energetic day with the irresistible deliciousness of Bac sticky rice.

Hanoi sticky rice

Address: 63/38 E. Nguyen Bieu, Ward 1, District 5, HCMC

Price: 30,000 – 50,000 VND

Opening time: 7:30am – 8:00pm

Located on Nguyen Bieu Street of the bustling District 5, Hanoi Xoi Xeo is one of the shops selling Bac sticky rice that is loved by the “gourmet society” in Ho Chi Minh City and regularly visits to support.

Photo: chanlovefoods

The shop serves sticky rice with a variety of side dishes such as mixed, cotton balls, pate, char siu, chicken,… The “topping” pieces are full of “toppings” that fit inside the “super-giant” sticky rice box that looks amazing. equally attractive. The sweet, sticky sticky rice served with fatty green beans and pork is so delicious and irresistible that anyone who has eaten it will always remember its distinctive flavor.

Photo: Van Khanh, Hoang Trung Quan


Address: 180 Ky Con, Nguyen Thai Binh Ward, District 1, HCMC

Price: 40,000 – 55,000 VND

Opening time: 7:00 a.m. – 11:30 p.m

Although Peofood is a new name “joined” in the shops selling sticky rice in the North recently, it has quickly become “hot” in the gourmet world of Ho Chi Minh City. The restaurant has a cool, clean space with two areas, indoor and outdoor, for you to choose from. But if you want to eat sticky rice while watching the crowded city to experience the feeling of eating sticky rice on the sidewalk like Hanoians, you should choose to sit outdoors.

Photo: Peofood Fanpage

When enjoying the plate of sticky rice here, you will clearly feel the rich flavor in each fiber of meat, soft sticky rice seeds served with soft and fat braised eggs, salted cotton balls, fragrant fried onions, extremely crispy cucumbers. mouth-watering. A portion of sticky rice here is not cheap but quite a lot, pai has a lot of strength to eat this Northern sticky rice.

Sticky rice with lotus leaves

Address: 35 Ngo Thi Thu Minh, Tan Binh District, HCMC

Price: 10,000 – 12,000 VND

Opening time: 6:30am

Xoi Xeo lotus leaf is a familiar stop for the people of Ho Chi Minh City who give their love to Northern sticky rice. Although it is a small sticky rice shop on the side of Pham Van Hai market, there is no shop or signboard, but the shop is always crowded with customers buying and sell very quickly. So, if you want to enjoy sticky rice here, you have to come very early.

The owners are two Northerners, so from the packaging to the flavor of the sticky rice, there is a hint of “original North” flavor. The shop serves 3 types of sticky rice, namely sticky rice, corn sticky rice, and sticky rice, so you can rotate the menu every day to avoid boredom. Sticky rice with the original flavor, served with fatty green beans, fried onions and a little cotton ball wrapped in lotus leaves – the traditional way of wrapping sticky rice in the North – further enhances the aroma of the sticky rice, making anyone who eats it remember it forever. unrelenting.

Photo: Khai Le Quang, @huynhhien0191, @anvietnamblogger

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Dương

Từ khoá: If you want to eat North standard sticky rice in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, where should you go?

Attractive Attractions When Traveling To Da Lat You May Not Know

Extremely attractive places when traveling to Da Lat

1. Ho Xuan Huong

Traveling to Dalat cannot help but go to Xuan Huong Lake. This place is known as the green lung of the city of flowers. The lake is located in a prime location in the heart of dreamy Dalat with a total area of ​​up to 32 hectares and a circumference of about 5km. Around the lake is a fresh pine forest, green grass and the center of the city flower garden that is always brilliant. The climate in Dalat is cool, the air at Xuan Huong Lake is even cleaner. Perhaps that is why, whether in the early morning or late afternoon, you will always see the image of the local people running around the lake, the tourists cycling on a couple of bikes, or simply walking below. the trees are cool. Under the cool early morning weather, try once to sip a cup of coffee and watch the tranquil lake view to get rid of all the troubles of life, to relax and relax. These seemingly very simple things are your own nature that you can not find anywhere.

A beautiful view to check – in virtual live Not only that, but Ho Xuan Huong also knows how to please customers from all directions. There are many snacks around the lake such as baked rice paper, baked sweet potatoes, grilled corn, dried squid … You can stop to sit and enjoy those simple but very Dalat dishes right by the lake .Duck ride on Xuan Huong Lake, Da Lat

2. Dalat College of Education

– Sunday open all day.

Dalat College of EducationDalat College of Education has a special, unique architecture with European style that cannot be mixed with anywhere. The classrooms are made of soft arches, with bright red bricks imported directly from Europe. The roof of the school is also roofed with high-quality tiles made in France, but because the old tiles have been damaged over time, the roofing tiles at the school have been replaced but still maintain the old architecture. . In front of the school building is a green garden, neatly trimmed, adding to the school’s aesthetic.Curved houses with unique architecture The highlight of the arc-shaped building is the prominent high bell tower. In the past, there was an old clock outside the tower, but it was dismantled during the renovation of the school. Not only making this school more beautiful, it is also a symbol of a cultural architecture showing the rise of humanity’s intellectual level, as well as a typical architectural feature of the native Morger region. by Alexander Yersin.Currently, this beautiful school is located at 29 Yersin, ward 10, Da Lat city, Lam Dong province. When traveling to Da Lat, remember the opening hours for visitors to visit as follows: – From Monday to Saturday: 11:30 am to 13:00 and after 16:30.– Sunday open all day.Check-in at Dalat Teachers College

3. Dalat Railway Station

Dalat Railway Station is another unique and lovely architectural work from the talented French architect Mocent – who designed the above-mentioned Dalat College of Education. If the Pedagogical College is in the top 1000 most unique constructions in the world, Dalat Railway Station is one of the selected ancient stations with the most beautiful architecture in Indochina. From the outside, Da Lat tourists  will immediately see the prominent entrance to three stylized roof pyramids from the three highest peaks of Lang Biang. In front of the central roof top is a clock and below is a colorful glass window. 

Dalat Railway Station seen from the outside The decoration inside the station will also give you a very interesting experience. From the ticket booth, the brown brown furniture, windows … all make visitors feel like they are lost in an ancient European city. In particular, the area outside the platform still maintains an ancient steam train. Currently in Vietnam there are only two such ones. This is also a very attractive tourist destination of Da Lat that young people love to take pictures with new and unique nostalgic beauty.Beautiful nostalgic photos taken with ancient trains

An interesting experience that you should not miss is to get on the vi vu and enjoy the beauty of this place. Daily Da Lat station provides a route to Trai Mat station, Linh Phuoc pagoda. This train will take you through colorful flower growing areas and green vegetable gardens of the people of Dalat. And do not forget to take a few photos to celebrate this memorable experience while traveling to Dalat .

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Nguyễn

Từ khoá: Attractive attractions when traveling to Da Lat you may not know

15 Amazing Things To Do In Sapa Tour That You Should Not Miss

Sapa is a highland district of Lao Cai Province, possessing many wonders of natural beauty. Let Inspitrip guide you to discovering the perfect harmony between nature and people in this land through amazing activities in our Sapa tour.

1. Conquer the top of Fansipan – The roof of Indochina

Fansipan is the highest mountain of the Indochinese Peninsula (3,143 m), located in the heart of Hoang Lien Son Range, about 9 km to the southwest of Sapa town. On the way to the top of the mountain, visitors will see its diverse flora and fauna system. This area has many Hoang Lien, which is a plant of the ranunculaceae family, as long been used in folk medicine by locals. You will also see many birds and wild animals such as bears, monkeys, chamois, birds…

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If not guided by native or tour guides, you can choose to take the cable car. The Fansipan cable car has been in operation since the beginning of 2024, helping thousands of visitors travel to Fansipan peak with convenience and safety. It has been awarded two Guinness World Records for the following: Three-wire cable with the longest distances between terminals and The world’s longest three-wire cable (6292.5m). The time to conquer Fansipan peak has since been shortened from 2 days to only 15 minutes.

With the cable car, travelers can save more time and visit other places in Sapa. @theonlyyunie

2. Visit Thac Bac (Silver Falls) and Thac Tinh Yeu (Love Falls)

From Sapa town, go west about 11 km towards Lai Chau and you’ll come across the Silver Falls flowing from a height of over 100m into the stream below the O Quy Ho valley. However, avoid the dry season if you are trying to see this spectacle. From there, travelers can move 3 km further from Silver Falls to Heaven Gate to view down the valley of Lai Chau and Fansipan peak. If you like to walk, you can stop at the Tram Ton mountain pass and cross the national park Hoang Lien, about 1 km more and you’ll see the Love Falls. Conquer the perilous but magnificent trekking trails in Sapa with Inspitrip now!

The white water flowing of Silver Falls @freshandwildlife

3. Visit Cong troi (Heaven Gate)

Incredibly awesome view @patch_it_over

4. Drop by Sapa Muong Hoa Valley – Sapa Ancient Rock Field

Muong Hoa valley is in Hau Thao commune, about 8 km southeast of Sapa town. The Sapa Ancient Rock Field in Muong Hoa between the grass and the terraced fields of the ethnic minority was carved into many different shapes. Hundreds of sandstone carved figures and strange characters that have yet to be fully understood. Today, it is ranked as a national monument, a unique heritage of the ancient Vietnamese. Muong Hoa valley also has a beautiful stream stretching for about 15 km, through Lao Chai, Ta Van, Hau Thao and ending in Ban Ho.

Muong Hoa valley from above @lee0ni0n

The trekking along Muong Hoa to Lao Chai is included in Day 2 of Inspitrip’s Sapa tour. Lao Chai is the home of the Black H’mong positioned as the beginning of Muong Hoa valley. It offers visitors a fully wide view of stunning Sapa.

5. Visit Hang Tien (Tien Cave)

Boating upstream of Chay River about 6 km, from the center of Bao Nhai commune (Bac Ha district), travelers will go through an ancient citadel to see Hang Tien. When entering the area of Trung Do, the Chay River will crease between the walls of the citadel. On both sides, extensive, primitive forests covering the landscape with a cool atmosphere. Hang Tien is also known as the Halong of Lao Cai, associated with the story of the Ba Co shrine in Bao Nhai commune. Many visitors come here for sightseeing, bathing in Tien stream or wishing for the beauty, health and wealth.

6. Climb Ham Rong mountain for the overview the of Sapa

Observing the town from a 1800m high hut on Ham Rong Mountain is an enjoyable experience that anyone visiting Sapa should try. Moreover, you can see the colorful flower gardens between the small rocky ravine at Thach Lam Garden from Ham Rong Mountain.

Lake in the Ham Rong Mountain @huyham3005

7. Take photos of Coc San

Coc San is a system of waterfalls and caves of different size, located 7km from Lao Cai city. From National Highway 4D, there is a small road about 1 km long leading to Coc San. The road to Cang San is very winding, dark and covered by boulders that keeps Coc San’s natural beauty natural as an untouched condition. Especially, in every bend of a waterfall in Coc San, after the water poured down from above, it is usually a cave preserving many mysteries of nature.

8. Take a walking tour to Sapa town

In a H’mong village… @asmallbackpack

Obviously, your Sapa tour will be more smooth with the guide of locals. Sapa has many trekking tours to satisfy all travelers whenever they are the cultural enthusiast or the nature lover. Choose a routine and pick up the luggage, the breathtaking Sapa trekking trails with a local H’mong are waiting for you to join.

9. Go to Bac Ha fair market

Bac Ha is the largest trading fair in the border area, about 60km from Lao Cai. The market is open every week, attracts crowds of locals and travelers to join. But Bac Ha fair is mainly the trading place of ethnic minority people from nearby villages. The booths display all the essential items such as clothes, shoes, shovels and belongings. In Bac Ha fair, you can feel the real atmosphere of local markets and buy many gifts at cheap prices.

The largest minority people’s market in Northwest Vietnam @kristen_r_photos

10. Visit the mountain villages Cat Cat village

An ancient village of the Mong people preserved traditional handicraft like planting and weaving. Now, it is known as Cat Cat tourism area, located about 3km from the north of Sa Pa town.

Ta Phin village

Ta Phin has beautiful natural scenery and many cultural features of ethnic Red Dao people with brocade. You can pay a visit to the nearby Ta Phin Cave. There are many interesting stalactites describing the dancing fairies, the sitting elves or sparkling fields and forest… in the cave.

A corner of Ta Phin @marcela_w

Ta Van village

Following the Highway 4D to the southeast, about 8 km from Sapa town, you will arrive in Ta Van Giay village. Travelers will have the opportunity to learn more about the lifestyle of the Giay. Moreover, two sides of the road are fertile terraced rice fields with blue corn, which is suitable for tourists who love capturing colorful photographs.

Sin Chai village

Sin Chai village of San Sa Ho commune, located about 4km from the center of Sapa town, is an unpopular destination with outsiders that help it remains the original wilderness.

Sin Chai is a Mong Den people’s village with a population of about 1400 @ju_hlpt

Apart from planting upland rice and hybrid maize, Sin Chai villagers also plant cardamom on the slopes. Planting is a great source of income in this ancient valley.

11. Enjoy the festivals

In the year-end tourist season, you have the opportunity to participate in local festivals of Sapa.

Roong Pooc Festival of Giay people

On the Dragon day of the first lunar month, the Giay people in Ta Van organize a festival to pray for bountiful harvests, good weather, and peaceful life. It is still a traditional national festival of Giay Tu Van, but for many years it has become the festival of Muong Hoa valley. In addition to the unique rituals, there are games, dancing stages and folk music performances.

Nao Cong Festival

On the Dragon day of the sixth lunar month, the Mong, the Dao, the Giay Muong Hoa people gather in the shrine at Ta Van village to celebrate Nao Cong Festival. Each family will appoint a representative to join regardless of gender or age. They will pray the gods for peace and good harvests. In addition, during the festival, the head will announce the general conventions.

Then, they have a happy meal together @walksaroundtheworld

Tet Nhay Festival

Tet Nhay Festival is an important and well-prepared festival of Dao Ta Van people, usually held on the first or second lunar year. The main content of the ceremony is the prayer of life and spirit. The ritual activities during the Tet holiday are unique with 14 dances of some selected young men, or unique rituals performed by the priest.

Nhan Song and Nao Song Festival

It’s the festival of the Red Dao people in Giang Ta village that highly educated the villagers in supporting the prevention of forest destruction. Nowadays, Dao people only hold Nhan Song Festival in the year when the forest is destroyed seriously or when the fields are ruined by cattle. At the festival, the head manager of the forest chosen by the villagers will announce laws to prevent deforestation and punish those who violate them. After the villagers have finished discussing, the leaders will compile into the convention, then followed by the participants.

12. Stay in a homestay Sali House

Sapa homestay is highly recommended for those who want to indulge themselves into the intact nature and local life on highlands to the fullest. It is only 20 minutes to drive from Sali House at the end of Ta Van village to Sapa. At any location of the homestay, you can also have a great view of Sapa’s nature. You can explore the 2,500-year-old ancient rocks discovered by the French-American Indochinese Victor Goloubev in 1923, about 10 minutes by walking from Sali House. After a day of hard work, travelers can relax with foot massage services by the ethnic people at here. Phone number: 086 846 50 85

Phori’s House

Phori’s House is a beautiful little house located in Ta Van village, about 10 km from Sapa town. On a sunny day, visitors usually sit on the rocks next to the stream in front of the house to read books or take pictures. In the afternoon, you can walk a little higher and sit in the fields to watch the sunset. Phone number: 0906231047

Phori’s house from outside @phorishouse

The Haven Sapa Camp Site

The Haven is located on the road to Cat Cat, about 2km from the center, so it is very convenient if you want to walk to the town. Because this homestay on Vong Canh Hill, you should be able to see panoramic view of Sapa with beauty from every corner of The Haven.

The Haven has 2 dorm rooms with 30 beds. The room rate is about 150,000 VND/person/night including breakfast. There is also an Outdoor Bar & Camp Site (outdoor bar and camping area); 360 Lounge (bar with 360 ° views on the hilltop of Muong Hoa valley), Cinema & BBQ Terrace and Haven Restaurant. Phone number: 0936951725 – 0961460566

13. Try the local food

Breakfast: The chicken noodle soup sold in front of the town bus station or in Sapa market has quality at  a reasonable price. Lunch – Dinner: Two restaurants introduced by many indigenous people is Dung or Hoa Dao, or a series of restaurants on the side of Sapa church. Sapa vegetable dishes are a must-try for tourists, they are especially fresh and clean. In the evening, you can order chicken hot pot dishes with fresh vegetables. Overnight meals and snacks: Eat the night, snack on grilled dishes like grilled eggs, grilled meat on the sidewalk near the church on the way to Ham Rong Mountain.

The grilled foods are extremely delicious, flavored with different flavors @oliverobyn

You can try the most popular dishes such as Lon Cap Nach. It is a Mong people’s special breed of pig fed with potato and cassava, usually having a weight of 5-8 kg. The meat can be marinated for grilling or roasting, sipping with a little bit of apple cider on fire. Dishes made from salmon or sturgeon are also worth a try. As they are raised in lakes and streams in the mountains, their meat has a different taste than others.

14. Enjoy coffee in Sapa

There are many cafes in Sapa but Cau May street and its romantic European style has the most beautiful view. Enjoy a cup of hot coffee in the cold mist, and experience Sapa’s upland life. You can visit noteworthy coffee shops such as Zdao coffee on 06 Thach Son, Café Nhan, Café Cong with outstanding architecture. If you like the exciting atmosphere, you can visit some bars such as Táu Bar, Delta Bar, Royal Bar, Valley View Bar in Cau May, Bamboo Bar, Mountain Bar & Pub, H’mong Sister Ba in Muong Hoa, Gecko Sapa Bar in Ham Rong…

Or enjoy your tea time with this stunning view if you are a silent admirer @dungvu87

15. Buy souvenirs

Brocade: Choose decorative brocade or items with brocade materials such as scarf, bag, backpack, pillowcase, skirt, dress, blanket… Cau May street has some potential shops for travelers like Nguyen Lang Van shop, Hue Silk shop, Pho Nui Sapa brocade shop, Lan Rung Sapa brocade shop…

Local woman spinning yarn @lenasvoyage

At a small corner on its 2nd floor, Sapa market also sells many kinds of brocade of ethnic people with many patterns of Mong people. If you’re interested in H’mong customers with brocade, the first route in Inspitrip tour with local is a good choice. Medicinal herbs: It’s easy to find medicinal substances such as licorice, lotus seeds, honey, Lingzhi mushrooms… in traditional medicine shops. Souvenirs: You can buy some jewelry made of gold, silver or handicrafts in shops on Cau May, Muong Hoa, Phan Si Pang like Viet Silver, Muong Hoa Shop, Sapa Silver, Woodcarving Shop…

Last but not least, choose the best season for your travel plan

Sapa has a cool climate with a variety of nuances. Located at an altitude of 1,500m – 1,800m, Sapa is quite similar to Temperate Zone with the average temperature of 15-18 ° C. From May to August, Sapa rains a lot. At the end of the year, when the winter comes, the temperature in Sapa can drop below 0 degrees, sometimes with snow. The best time to travel to Sapa is from September to November or from March to May. The weather is quite stable with sunny days, cold nights. April – May is the time when ethnic minority people transplant rice on terraced fields. Moreover, many kinds of flowers in mountains will bloom at this time adding to the beauty of the yellow fields to offer visitors the most beautiful photos. September to October is the harvest season that covers Sapa with the yellow of the rice field. If you want to observe this scene, you should visit Sapa in the middle or late September because some villages have already finished harvesting by October. But in these months, tourists to Sapa are crowded as service prices soar. The weather is very cold from December to February, sometimes it comes with snow. This is also the bloom season of cherry blossom, suitable for honeymoons. The weather is an important factor influencing Sapa tour because of seasonal changes to the scenery: You can not see the white snow cover the hills at the same time as the harvest comes in. So, you need to decide what you expect from the journey to choose the best suitable season. 15 amazing things Inspitrip recommends above would be potential suggest. Of course, the simple solution for most visitors is to choose a native guide who knows everything about Sapa, helping you to discover the beauty of nature and culture more easily.

Đăng bởi: Hoàng Thị Hồng Phượng

Từ khoá: 15 amazing things to do in Sapa tour that you should not miss

Red Vermicelli In Dak Lak – Surprisingly Delicious, You Have To Eat It “Watch The Hour”!

Buon Ma Thuot has not only premium coffee with a delicious taste, but also many famous specialties from near and far such as drunken wine, elaborately marinated grilled chicken, and fragrant rice tubes. delicious, especially the attractive red vermicelli dish that can not be compared anywhere else.

Red vermicelli is a popular specialty of Dak Lak people (Photo: mia)

Red vermicelli is a popular specialty of Dak Lak people, likened to the color of the basalt land, the name of the dish is based on the color of vermicelli fibers with an eye-catching red-orange highlighting broth.

Although there are some similarities with the noodle soup of the Southern people, the famous red vermicelli in the “coffee capital” has a large, firm vermicelli, similar to Banh Canh or Hue beef noodle soup, but slightly better, about the size of a chopstick. chewy and crunchy.

Different from sophisticated dishes such as Hanoi noodle soup, Quy Nhon fish noodle soup, Hue beef vermicelli or Can Tho vermicelli, Ban Me red vermicelli is extremely rustic, strange, and especially delicious. At first glance, red vermicelli is quite similar to crab vermicelli but crab bricks are made from pure crab meat, pork and minced fat, adding vegetables (or celery), bean sprouts, and of course indispensable. boiled quail eggs.

Ban Me red vermicelli is rustic, strange and especially delicious (Photo: mia)

The special thing that makes the brand for red vermicelli in Buon Ma Thuot is the broth. The broth of Ban Me red vermicelli is simmered from crab meat and pork and beef bones, bringing a sweet taste that is easy to eat. The cook also cleverly added a little bit of crushed crab, shrimp and bacon, mixed with pepper, chopped onions and then molded into round balls to drop in to make the broth rich, delicious flavor. It cannot be confused with any other noodle dish.

Ban Me red vermicelli is selected extremely carefully, it is not possible to arbitrarily “choose in a hurry, any kind is fine”. The vermicelli used to cook must be big, chewy and fragrant.

Red vermicelli noodles are big, firm, about the size of chopsticks, chewy and crunchy (Photo: citastyfood)

In order for the vermicelli to be soft and to absorb the spices evenly, the cook must watch the time when the vermicelli is put into the pot, not too early, nor when the broth has boiled for too long. Vermicelli is cooked in a pot of broth for about 10 minutes so that the noodles are slightly expanded.

Red vermicelli eat vegetables with water or broccoli, blanched bean sprouts (Photo: cookandplant4life)

About the way of processing, pieces of crab bricks, minced meat and quail eggs are dropped in the pot. When making vermicelli to eat, then take them out and put them in a bowl and fill with broth. A special feature is that the longer it cooks, the more tender the crab and pork pieces become, the stronger the flavor and the sweeter the broth.

With the skillful hands of the processor, the bowl of red vermicelli becomes attractive with a variety of colors, extremely attractive flavors such as the reddish color of cashews, the bright red color of tomatoes cut in the shape of areca, green. the freshness of vegetables, adding the brown color of fish cakes, crab cakes, the white color of boiled quail eggs… looks both eye-catching and stimulates the taste buds!

The softer the pieces of crab and pork, the sweeter the broth (Photo: mia)

Red vermicelli is not served with common raw vegetables and herbs but must be water celery or kohlrabi, bean sprouts that are lightly blanched with some additives such as minced non-aromatic onions with crispy fried fat, more a little bit of purple shrimp paste, crushed chili and boiled quail eggs. After boiling, the quail eggs are peeled off, put in an attractive brick red floating broth.

Diners can squeeze more lemon, kumquat or vinegar to balance the taste and avoid being fed up because the bowl of noodles has many fillings. Take a sip of the broth, diners will see the sweet taste spreading down to the stomach. Then continue to pick up a piece of vermicelli with a piece of vegetable, add a piece of fried ball, and a greasy quail egg.

When eating red vermicelli, you can squeeze more lemons and kumquats to balance the taste (Photo: alice_heineken)

Many people say that red vermicelli is a variation, a harmonious blend of many familiar specialties such as Banh Chung or vermicelli, but obviously, Buon Me Thuot red vermicelli has its own delicious and rich flavor.

You can enjoy coffee in the Central Highlands at any time of the day, but if you want to eat red vermicelli, you have to know “time”. This is not a popular breakfast food for people, so in the morning, you can look for “red eyes” all over the shops, markets in the city, and you will not find anywhere selling this typical dish.

However, around 3-4 pm until late at night, wherever you go, you will see red vermicelli. From the shops on Le Duan and Nguyen Van Cu streets, to the smaller streets, then the street vendors in the alleys, in the market… There are shops that sell until 1-2 am, serving the food needs of workers. and night shift workers.

Đăng bởi: Lê Thị đoan

Từ khoá: Red vermicelli in Dak Lak – Surprisingly delicious, you have to eat it “watch the hour”!

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