Our First Time to SAIGON, VIETNAM! – Hoi An to Ho Chi Minh City via VietJet Air!


We’re back to the big city life! Today we’re traveling from Hoi An to Ho Chi Minh City (a.k.a. Saigon), Vietnam. After a quick flight with VietJet Air, we head to a local spot for the best tasting Vietnamese Food that we’ve had yet!


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  1. 7:33 That picture describes the name of the Vietnamese dish called "Bò Lúc Lắc" aka "shaking beef". Because the word beef in Vietnam also has the meaning of crawling, so they used the picture of crawling + butt shaking captain to describe the dish of "Shaking Beef"

  2. Oh! Am from Vietnam and hello to Việt nam 🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🇻🇳🥳🥰🤗🥰

  3. Aren’t those carry on bags? How come you had to check them? Is the airplane super small?
    Also congrats on your anniversary!!
    P.s the guy on the chip bag reminds me of a video on Facebook, he was made or of clay and he loved you 💙

  4. Just subscribed. Thank you for sharing your great videos around the world, especially Viet Nam. Eventhough I no longer live there but VN always in my mind. I was borned there but raised in the US.

  5. Happy 11th Anniversary! 🥂 Sorry I'm late to the party, but I went to Puerto Rico for my 10th anniversary a couple of weeks ago and I'm behind on watching videos. I did take your PR tips with me, though, and had s good time! Enjoy! ❤️✌️

  6. It is an irony that 45 years after the end of the Vietnam War , you( wealthy American at least seen by the local Vietnamese population) choose to stay in a dingy Airbnb place whereas former refugees like ourselves prefer to to stay in the 5 star establishments like the Sheraton or Intercontinental . Who knows what happen in the next 50 years

  7. Just saw your videos for the first time. You guys are so sweet! Very open minded, never once did you complain about anything, mostly just go with the flow. Great Spirit!

  8. I’m waiting for more clips in Vietnam. You guys make me want to go back to Vietnam so much….there is so many thing to do in HCM or Vietnam. Check out Phu Quoc, Nha Trang and Quy Nhon ( Ky Co beach, best hidden gem, still cheap and not crowded)
    Happy anniversary and keep on traveling. Love your channel!!!

  9. I grow up in a family that my grandma passed her secret “bò kho” recipe to my aunt, unfortunately I did not have chance to try the dish from my grandma but I am happy that I tried the “bò kho” from my aunt. It was incredibly delicious. Honestly I could not find the dish with the same flavor anywhere else. Only my aunt can do it. The broth was clear, not as thick as the dish you guys had, the color is much more attractive, the texture is perfect, not too sweet, not too salty, not too spicy, it’s just perfectly seasoned. The best thing is the “bánh mì” . Maybe you don’t know this, we usually eat “bò kho” with “bánh mì” 😋😋😋 I swear I can eat at least 2 bánh mì for just 1 bowl of bò kho. Congrats 🎉 to your anniversary


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