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Celebrated chef Luke Nguyen takes us on a culinary journey in Vietnam, following the tracks of the Reunification Express, a line that runs the length of the country. Luke travels from Ho Chi Minh in the south to Sa Pa.

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Nearing the end of his Vitenamese journey, Luke stops in Sapa, a hilltop region that he remembers from his travels fifteen years ago. Join Luke as he rekindles a friendship from his previous visit and learns about a local dish of dried buffalo.
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Luke's penultimate stop on his train journey is Hanoi. Follow Luke on his hunt for an iconic Hanoi dish, Bun Cha. Luke takes a ride on the Reunification Express railway, and visits the famous Hoan Kiem Lake for some delcious magenta sticky rice.
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Luke is in northern Vietnam- Hai Phong! This is the birthplace of his partner Lynne. Join Luke as he meets some of Lynne's family for the first time, and tries the delcious Banh Da Noodle- a tasty dish that Hai Phong is renowned for!
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After a long trip from Hue, Luke finally gets some rest in the scenic Ninh Bihn. Tag along as Luke meets with a local rice farmer, takes a canoe out for some crab hunting, and ventures deep into the jungle in search of a local delicacy- red ant eggs!
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Luke visits Huê- famous for its heritage and cuisine and Con Hen Village to learn a technique for de-shelling baby clams, searches for best bowl of spicy beef noodle soup, and stops by a business where they they make turmeric vermicelli noodle salad!
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On this stop of his Vietnam journey, Luke visits the bustling seaside city of Da Nang. Join him as he visits the spectacular Dragon Bridge, looks up some succulent shimp on the beach, and stumbles upon a tiny fishing village packed with restaurants.
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Luke searches to find Ho Chi Minh's old markets before they disappear due to District 1's rapid development. Join Luke as he gathers fresh ingredients from a local market, tries some traditional delicacies, and follows his sweet tooth to Marou.
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Luke is in the town of Hoi An. He visits a family who has been making chilli sauce for 5 generations, stops by the Historic Japanese Covered Bridge built in 1719, and meets a 4th generation blacksmith who is creating knives from bomb shells.
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Luke hops on the train in Ga Thap Cham, and finds himself in Nha Trang- a region of Vietnam with a similar vibe to the French Riviera! Luke hand-catches seafood, looks for some fresh durian fruit, and visits a barramundi farm to harvest sea grapes!
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Luke's next stop is the destination of Dalat. Follow Luke as he visits the Art Deco Dalat Train Station, experiences the French influence of the region with a Father and Son chef duo, and discovers why Dalat is known as the'Land Of Eternal Spring!