Mì Quảng and Cao Lầu are always among top MUST-TRY dishes if you have chance to visit the central of Viet Nam. But there are many people, not only foreigners but also Vietnamese, mistake them because of their similar appearance.
Lying in the balmy waters of the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc is Vietnam’s largest island and home to some of the country’s best beaches. A halo of sand encompasses this green and forested isle, 45km off Vietnam’s southwestern-most coast and currently under major development; Phu Quoc is a must-visit destination, not only for its beauty but the beaches with palm trees and wild life conservations.
If you ever want to visit Vietnam, be sure don’t miss its famous festival with a historical architecture’s complex and religious sides offered.
Everybody like some myths at time, everybody like the tells of wars and courageous people of history. Vietnam with its rich historical aspects is the place to be.