How is rice grown? As you travel around Vietnam, whether entering a side-walk restaurant or luxury ones, there is an essential dish on the menu: white-steamed rice. Steamed rice can be eaten with other dishes and can be useful for vegetarians. Steamed rice is in Vietnam, what boiled potatoes are in the UK or Fries are in the USA… an indispensable dish for the table. In this topic, Sagomeko would like to discuss "how rice is grown" in the Mekong Delta - Vietnam
After many lockdowns in many countries around the world due to the covid-19 pandemic, travel restrictions may be a challenge for us, especially as we maintain social distancing. I am a tour guide, for me, frequent travel is a must! It's frustrating to just stay in the house.
You will find sandwiches (bread) all around the world, Rome, Copenhagen, New York City, but "A little-known secret is the world's best sandwich is to be found on the streets of Vietnam. It starts with a light baguette grilled over charcoal. After a bit of mayonnaise and a thin layer of pâté, the crust is filled with meat, crispy pickled vegetables and fresh vegetables then it is often spiced with a few drops of soy sauce and spicy chilli spice. This simply delicious Banh Mi, Baguette, (sandwich) was featured in the World's best street food article in The Guardian in December 2012.
The most delicious Vietnamese street-food
New Year, or Tet as it is known in Vietnam, like all Asian countries is celebrated according to the lunar calendar. Typically, travel companies will advise you not to travel to Vietnam during this time, as many services or destinations will be closed. That's true, but Sagomeko advises you how to travel and arrange your trip properly so you too can join in the Tet celebrations to welcome a New Year. Tet is a fabulous way to learn more about Vietnamese culture, festivals, and lifestyle
"Saigon caphe sua da" (Vietnamese iced coffee), a drink is quite simple and very common when you travel in Vietnam. The air in Hanoi is cold, they will love hot coffee - egg coffee. Ho Chi Minh (aka Saigon) has an equatorial tropical climate all year round, people like to drink iced milk coffee or any iced drinks.
Most of you will tell others about information on places to visit. Few tourists pass on essential Vietnam Tourism Safety which can make the difference in a good holiday and a sensational one. Sagomeko was created to give visitors to Vietnam not only a place to SHARE travel experiences, but also a place to share SAFETY tips for the most economical and safe way to enjoy your trip.
You are nature lover and prefer the places fewer tourists go to. Can Gio Mangrove Forest is where you need to go. It is surprising that there is an island rural-district so near the city, and yet so green and so peaceful.
It is a great ideal to discover 2 main tributaries of the Mekong. This time, Sagomeko would like to introduce the experience of Overnight Cruise - a romantic Mekong Delta Cruise: fine meals on board, strolling into remote villages, watching the sunset and sunrise on the deck…
The Mekong Delta is a vast land and has a lot to explore. Most classic tours are too common and touristy. Or maybe you have already visited the Mekong and you want to find yourself a special and different Mekong sightseeing program. Sagomeko offers you several alternative Mekong Delta cruise programs that can show you different insights into life on the Mekong Delta.
From popular destinations to places you might not have heard of, we want you to have the best, smartest and most comfortable experience when visiting such a dynamic city, as well as essential information about history and culture in the center of Ho Chi Minh City.
You can go to a 5-star restaurant, but the food has not reached your taste by ordinary restaurants. So how to optimize your meal, best experience for the trip.
Phu Quoc Island – of tourism after the pandemic Phu Quoc Island is not as well known as Hawaii, Phukhet or Bali... But following the trend of tourism and the development of the infrastructure in Vietnam, Phu Quoc Island is now not only a favorite destination for Vietnamese holiday makers,…
How to set up a travel blog? Recently, I received a lot of comments on how I created the website: Sagomeko.com. And today I decided to write a few articles about creating websites and the experiences of someone who is completely ignorant about computers and codes. If I can do it, you definitely can too, and I’ll share the information on how to as I can! The site is not just about travel or blogging, but you can also use it for business, or to make money online (MMO).
Sometimes when travelling through Vietnam, you may see a van decorated with dragons, quite sophisticated looking and with colorful painted panels, ornately decorated with red and gold. This is a Vietnamese hearse. There will be people dressed in white leading the hearse and more following, musicians playing gongs and drums and people carrying banners as well as throwing notes and coins to the ground from the hearse as they pass. A photo of the deceased will be boldly displayed on the side of the hearse. But what should you do if you see a funeral procession or if you are invited to attend a funeral in Vietnam?