Eating around Vietnam

Fresh ingredients and simplicity are the key to Vietnamese food; from stuffed steamed rice pancakes to beef noodle soup to barbecued pork skewers cooked over an open barbecue in the side streets. No matter where you go, it’s these small nuggets of deliciousness that make travelling and eating in Vietnam so memorable.

freshness of Vietnamese cuisine and local markets, ho chi minh city, vientam

Many Vietnamese will shop twice a day, purchasing only the freshest ingredients

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Sapa Unique Hotel Review

The Sapa Unique Hotel consists of 22 rooms over 6 floors and is located on the lower half of Fansipan Street (Phan Xi Păng) just a two minute walk to the market and five minute’s to the beginning of the CatCat Village walk. The ground floor consists of a reception area with sofas, a Sapa Unique Tours desk and a small reading area with a bookcase. Just past the reception, is a small corridor leading onto the ground floor bedrooms. All of the rooms at the Sapa Unique Hotel include a balcony and offer views over the stunning terraced paddy fields and hills of Sapa.

View from our balcony at Sapa Unique Hotel, Sapa, Lao Cai, Vietnam

Stunning view from our balcony at Sapa Unique Hotel

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