Fly With Vietjet, Starting from Zero MMK And Experience the Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine
A country’s cuisine is one of the most important features that tells us about that nation’s culture, people and value. Vietnamese cuisine is without a doubt one of the most popular dishes in the world and has many times been ranked one of the best cuisines on the planet.
So what makes Vietnamese cuisine so famous? The list of reasons is long. The most common is, however, probably because of rather having one predominating flavor of a dish then it uses a combination of flavors. One bite might feature the flavor of coriander or ginger; the next will have basil or lemon grass. No two consecutive bites will be quite the same. Then there’s the mastery in harmonizing sweet, salty, bitter, and sour flavors, along with umami, in most dishes.
Cuisine in this country of over 90 million people differs largely among regions, but there are two standout features: rice plays an essential role, and fresh herbs in almost every dish. Many dishes fall under broader categories. “Bánh”, for example, covers many steamed rice cakes and rolls (such as bánh cuốn and bánh giò). Another popular category is the “Bún” family, which involves rice vermicelli (whether with pork, as in bún chả, bún bò Huế, or the various noodle soups, such as bún cá, etc).
There’s so much to love about Vietnamese food, no matter what dish you choose. All are overwhelmingly delicious and unique. Below are a few examples of the most popular. Be prepared for some striking effects on your senses after you see these mouthwatering dishes.
Phở (Noodle Soup with Beef or Chicken)
Phở is Vietnam’s signature dish. It consists of flat rice noodles, meat-based broth with thin slides of beef or chicken meet on top. The balanced tastes of sweet, salty, spicy, and citrus are highly contagious. Phở usually becomes an instant favorite for anyone visiting the country. No matter what time, day or night, a steaming bowl of Phở is never hard to find in Vietnam.
Bún Chả (Rice Vermicelli and Grilled Pork)
Phở might be Vietnam’s most famous dish but bun cha is the top choice when it comes to lunchtime, especially in the capital of Hanoi. The irresistible aroma of fried pork, beautiful vegetables and heaping pile of herbs garnished on the plate really makes this dish a phenomenon.
Chả Giò and Gỏi Cuốn (Spring Rolls)
Vietnamese are masters of wrapping their food. Vietnamese spring rolls come in two main types: the crispy fried spring rolls (also Chả giò or Nem cuốn) and the fresh ones (Gỏi cuốn) with shrimps, pork and fresh herbs. Once you try these freshly made spring rolls, you’ll understand why they go directly from the stomach to the hearts of so many international foodies.
Chả Giò (Fried Spring Rolls)
Gỏi Cuốn (Fresh Spring Rolls)
Because of its popularity, you might find Vietnamese restaurants here in Myanmar. However, nowhere will give you the chance to taste the most authentic Vietnamese food, and experience the food culture including the exciting atmosphere of real Vietnamese street restaurants other than in Vietnam.
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|From May 10 – May 12, 2016, Vietjet offers one million super-promotional tickets from Yangon to Ho Chi Minh City and all domestic flights throughout Vietnam
at the golden hours 11.30 am – 1.30 pm,
with a shocking price of 0 MMK, excluding taxes and fees.
To celebrate the first-ever “3D summer” activation, Vietjet, the young generation airline, is offering as much as one million super saving tickets priced only from 0 MMK at the golden hours from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm under its “Let’s Vietjet” campaign this May.
The first promotion phase will run from May 10 to May 12, 2016, applied for all domestic and international routes, including Myanmar. Travel period will be from August 15 to December 31, 2016 (except holidays).
What even more exciting is, all passengers flying with Vietjet during this period will have chances to experience amazing activations such as virtual 3D technology games at airports, interesting gifts giving away, inflight performances and 3D photos contest.
Don’t wait! Hop on an airplane with Vietjet as soon as you can, as the most authentic Vietnamese cuisine has to be tasted and experienced in person. Take a few days break from this rainy season; plan an unforgettable vacation with your family & friends in Vietnam to get the most exciting experiences.
Myanmar customers can also contact the call center at 09 960 70 48 18 or visit the general sales agency AVIAREPS Myanmar at #01-06, 1st Floor, Yuzana Business Tower, No 25, Dhama Zay Di Road, Myaynigone, Yangon or visit more than 100 booking offices in Yangon, Naypyidaw and Mandalay.