1. COFFEE

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You should drink local coffee are iced coffee with condensed milk, iced black coffee and egg coffee.

 

2. TEA

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Tea is sold commonly in ‘quan coc’ in front the gate of bus terminals, train stations, schools, offices, etc.

 

3. SUGAR CANE JUICE

  Sugar cane juice...

Sugar cane juice...

A 50-cent cup of sugarcane juice can cure thirsty and temporary hunger.

 

4. BEER

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A visit to Vietnam is not complete without a pilgrimage to try ‘bia hoi’ (fresh beer).

 

5. FRESH COCONUT

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Here, it's drunk straight out of the coconut - and this coconut water is grassier, sweeter, and more full-flavored than anything you'll find in a package - trying it is like drinking raw milk for the first time.

 

6. SMOOTHIES

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Healthy smoothies can be easily found at any coffee shop or even on the streets. You can have a seat, chat with friends or just relax after a long trip around the city or can take one cup away with you.

 

7. HERBAL AND ARTICHOKE TEA

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Tourists can find some street stalls, and it costs less than 25 cents for these tasty medicinal juice despite a fairly cheap price.

 

8. STICKY RICE WINE

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Sticky rice wine (ruou nep cam) is smoother and sweeter than the regular rice wine, which can be quite fiery.

 

9. SWEET SOUP

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Sweet soup or "Chè" refers to any traditional Vietnamese sweet beverage, dessert soup or pudding.

 

10. ICED TAMARIND DRINK

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Iced tamarind drink is perfect for you to cool down and quench your thirst.