A Culinary Guide For A Flight From Siem Reap To Da Nang
Da Nang is blessed with not only beautiful beaches and stunning scenery but also unique cuisine which is made by the local people. Here you can find some useful information about flights from Siem Reap to Da Nang and must-try dishes in this coastal city.
Getting from Siem Reap to Da Nang
Flights from Siem Reap to Da Nang cost $284 on average with flight time of approximately 1 hour and 43 minutes. Cheap flights from Siem Reap to Da Nang can most be found in October, when most ticket fares go down.
Cambodia Angkor Air – one of the highly reputable airlines, frequently offer cheap flights from Cambodia to Vietnam. Currently you can find on its website both cheap flights from Siem Reap to Da Nang and cheap flights from Danang to Siem Reap which cost only $15. The promotions are applicable to one way trip and valid until 31 March 2018.
Best dishes in Da Nang
Mi Quảng is considered as a specialty of Da Nang. The dish is made from rice noodles and bone broth seasoned with fish sauce, black pepper, shallot, garlic and lemon grass. After pouring the broth, roasted peanuts, shrimp, boiled quails eggs and slices of pork, chicken or beef are then placed on top of the bowl. Mì Quảng is usually served with an array of fresh herbs such as basil, coriander, lettuce, and a few pieces of sesame rice crackers.
Bún chả cá
Bún chả cá is always on the “must-try” list of food lovers when they come to Da Nang. The dish is a combination of chunks of grilled fishcakes, green onions, beansprouts, mint leaves, and rice vermicelli. To make the fishcakes, the meat of fresh fish is first separated from the bone, then marinated with spices such as garlic, pepper, salt, and chili before being grilled until fully cooked. Meanwhile, the fish bone is stewed with pumpkin, cabbage, pineapple and tomato to make the flavourful broth.
Bún mắm is another famous dish of Da Nang whose exquisiteness lies in the taste of the anchovy fish sauce. A bowl of rice vermicelli, boiled or roasted pork, fresh herbs, unripe papaya and young jackfruit is first prepared before the anchovy fish sauce is poured over and all the ingredients are mixed up. Finally, roasted peanuts and chili sauce is added to create a complete flavor.
Nem lụi – Bánh xèo
Nem lụi, also known as lemongrass pork skewers, is made from milled pork, pigskin, pig oil, salt and pepper. The skewers are then grilled on a coal stove until cooked. Banh Xeo is Vietnamese traditional pancake made of rice flour, coconut milk and turmeric powder being filled with shrimp, pork and bean sprouts. They are served together with fresh vegetables and fish sauce.