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What do you miss about Vietnam?

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Knowledge of Visiting and Travel in Vietnam: What do you miss about Vietnam?

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Thank, Ben Jackson, for asking me this question. I think that I miss many things about Vietnam, especially Hanoi City. I really love this city full of my fascinations with its various cuisines that appear everywhere.

Before answering this question, I really am thankful for your suggestion of editing to many of my answers. I do not know why you help me, but I really appreciate your kindness. Once more time, I thank you so much!

As I said above, I would love many occasions on the midday, afternoon, or nights with the Vietnamese friends that went around Hanoi City and enjoyed many and many special foods there.

Firstly, I would love the food “Vermicelli/noodle with fried tofu & shrimp paste” or “Bún đậu mắm tôm” at Tràng Tiền lane.
I often spend my midday for going around Hoan Kiem lake and then enjoy this food on Tràng Tiền Lane, near the Hanoi Opera House (“Nha hát lớn Hà Nội”)

Secondly, Also, sometimes, I also try the food “Bun Thang” in the old quarter, near the Hoan Kiem lake.
I really do not remember where I often enjoy this food, but I think that it is not far from the Hoan Kiem lake.

Thirdly, Also, I really love the food “Bún chả” near the Thanh Cong lake”.

Fourthly, Moreover, I really love the loving hut restaurants for vegetarian that is near the Foreign Trade University.

Fifthly, More and more, I also love the night at Ta Hien street with some best friends. Sometimes, I stayed there until midnight.

I do not drink beer there, but I like this drink.

Sixthly, Also, I love going around with my friends by motorbike and enjoy the icing tea along the streets of Hanoi city.

In conclusion: I remember the verse of the Vietnamese as the following “***Khi ta ở, chỉ là nơi đất ở Khi ta đi, đất đã hoá tâm hồn***”. It means that the land is only land when we live there, but when we leave, we shall miss this land as our friend. I really want to visit my old friend.

P/s: I write answers based upon the gist and requirement of the question. Readers are requested to read it with neutrality and rational approach. I throughout this answer has no intention of showing any disrespect towards any group of people or country.

All bests

Lusia Millar.

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I haven't been in Vietnam for a month. Hell, I miss the place so much.

Vietnam, like I have said before, is a special place, right now. When its in the transition of a once in a lifetime economic boom is great to be part of seeing people life change so rapidly.

I miss

People- are amazing happy cheerful despite having such a hard past and still living on a low income. Ever morning was greeted by cleaners, with a smile and coffee. The Banh Mi, lady would always get it ready for me as she was mi walking in the morning. And talk to me.

Coffee- I have bought, vast amount of Vietnamese coffee back with me, but it not the same as having a traditional Vietnamese, ice coffee.

The food- Well this is kind of easy, from Banh Mi, to Pho, to the wraps. Healthy, affordable, amazing.

The cafes, bars and restaurants- This links to the above, and no you can have these any where but here they are cool that you have, authentic, I could go to any major world city and go eat in a 5 star hotel or a starbucks. But Saigon some of the coolest cafes I have ever been to. This being my personal favorite,

The sitting down and eating on stools culture- You work out of a bar, at night 11pm in most cities, it would be quite or either full of drunks. Here it has people sitting on stools peacefully communicating eating drinking and having fun that was a sight.

The parks, architecture- You do get this in European cities, but then it often comes with a dull sleepy atmosphere and no change here is great to see it intertwined in Asian culture adding to the vibrant look of the city.

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Vibrant Street Life: Many visitors miss the lively and bustling atmosphere of Vietnam's streets. The vibrant street markets, food stalls, and the constant buzz of activity can create a unique and energetic ambiance.

Delicious Cuisine: Vietnamese cuisine is renowned worldwide for its fresh ingredients, flavorful dishes, and diverse regional specialties. People often miss the incredible street food, pho (noodle soup), banh mi (baguette sandwiches), and other delicious Vietnamese dishes when they leave the country.

Stunning Natural Landscapes: Vietnam offers a diverse range of natural landscapes, from the picturesque limestone karsts of Halong Bay to the terraced rice fields of Sapa and the pristine beaches of Phu Quoc. The natural beauty of the country leaves a lasting impression on many travelers.

Warm Hospitality: Vietnamese people are often described as warm, friendly, and hospitable. The genuine kindness and welcoming nature of the locals can create memorable interactions and leave a lasting impression on visitors.

Rich Culture and History: Vietnam has a rich cultural heritage and a fascinating history. From ancient temples and pagodas to historical sites like the Cu Chi Tunnels and the Imperial Citadel of Hue, the country offers numerous opportunities to explore its past and immerse oneself in its culture.

Motorbike Culture: Riding a motorbike is a common mode of transportation in Vietnam, and many travelers enjoy the sense of freedom and adventure that comes with exploring the country on two wheels. The experience of navigating through bustling streets and scenic roads can be quite memorable.

Festivals and Traditions: Vietnam is known for its vibrant festivals and traditional celebrations. Events like Tet (Lunar New Year) and the Lantern Festival showcase the country's rich cultural heritage and offer a glimpse into its traditions and customs.

These are just a few examples of what people might miss about Vietnam. Each individual may have their own unique experiences and memories that they cherish from their time in the country.

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