Hue, Vietnam - We live in Hanoi, but when we really want to eat fabulously, we go to Hué, Vietnam's old imperial capital. It is located in the center of the country along the Perfume River, which serves as backdrop and source of the city's many fish markets, one of the bedrocks of its captivating cuisine.
Mekong Delta (Vietnam). 'The food bowl of Vietnam, the Mekong Delta is an overwhelmingly green expanse but surprisingly heavily populated all the same. Those longing for a taste of local life far from fellow travellers will find it in many of the small, isolated cities in the Mekong’s forgotten (by tourism at least) corners.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/vietnam/mekong-delta
Sapa Region, Vietnam. One of (if not the most) impressive examples of intensive agriculture. This is a great feat both physically and anthropologically as it proves how extensive land use is in Horticulture societies.
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Hue (Vietnam). 'The capital of the nation for 150 years in the 19th and early 20th centuries, Hue is perhaps the easiest Vietnamese city to love and spend time in. Its situation on the banks of the Perfume River is sublime, its complex cuisine is justifiably famous and its streets are relatively traffic free.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/vietnam/central-vietnam/hue