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Twenty years passing with American veteran is still not courageous enough to touch the ground because of his haunted obsession for feces landmines!

An American veteran friend told me about the Vietcong landmine that: I was trained as a detect landmine sapper. Every time the patrol team left the base, the people like me had to go first. You’re wondering that what was my first year in VN? It’s all of the feces! Those Vietcong thought of a […]

State Guest House – HANOI’S HIGHLIGHTS

Bac Bo Phu or State Guest House (on Ngo Quyen Street, Hanoi) is the place where the headquarters of the Tonkin Government was located and it is also a historical monument of Vietnam. 🚫The other name of Bac Bo Phu in the French colonial empire was “Tonkin Governor Palace”. In 1945, the Japanese Imperial Army […]

THE HUC BRIDGE WAS COMPLETELY BURNT BECAUSE OF OFFENDING HANOI CULTURE 

The Huc bridge is one of the most remarkable beauties in Hanoi, the straight connection to Ngoc Son temple. However, only a few people know that it was evidence of patriotism by burning it to oppose the French enemy. Hanoi capital was defeated in 1882 after that Ngoc Son temple became a living place of […]

Spring rice in Vong Village and things are never told

Although we have no certainty when Spring Rice was created, this specialty has a strong attachment to Hanoi’s beauty and the nostalgia of people who have to live far from their hometown. There are many stories about the birth of Vong village in Hanoi. However, the common feature is that all of the stories derive […]

Top 5 “green” cafes in Hanoi

For those who have endless passion for nature, come here and try it at least once in your life. These are also suitable spaces for those who need a quiet place to study and work effectively. Let’s come there and try the feelings “harmony in nature, connatural as a plant” ?An ’Garden Coffee As one […]

Discover the shortest street in Hanoi

Discover the shortest street in Hanoi If you are in Hanoi, you must be familiar with names such as Dinh Tien Hoang Walking Street, Cau Go Street, Phan Dinh Phung Street, … But not everyone knows about Hoan Kiem Lake Street – the shortest in Hanoi. In the minds of most people, the name Ho […]

The Headless Statue of My Chau Princess and the Grown Stone!

Mysterious stories will be shared regularly every Friday evening. Please remember to follow us. Vietnam still has a lot of legends and mysteries that you may not know. Let’s experience these amazing things with Hebs right now !! Located in Co Loa citadel (Dong Anh – Hanoi), in the harem of My Chau’s temple, there […]

Mystery behind Bún Thang?

?Bún Thang is a sophisticated dish of well-off families in Hanoi’s Old Quarter. Formerly, the Hanoian women cleverly took advantage of the remaining food from the Lunar New Year. Then they combined and formed Bún thang – a new and economical dish. ?The reason why Vietnamese call it “Bún Thang” is because the word “Thang” […]

Should try to eat tofu rice vermicelli with fermented shrimp pastewith shrimp sauce (bun dau) or not ?

Bun dau with shrimp sauce is a popular standing dish in the North of Viet Nam, which is really suitable to eat in each season and especially; in the heat of summer, it will be so awesome when trying crispy tofu with vermicelli. ? To make this dish, the innkeeper has to prepare at least 3 […]