Let’s Feast Vietnam, brought to you by BHD Production and Meta Company in collaboration with the Vietnam Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Sports’ International Co-operation Department, will feature some of the most talented content creators and celebrities from across Asia. This unique event is sure to provide an unforgettable experience for all involved!

With five thrilling episodes, Let’s Feast Vietnam promises to take viewers on a captivating culinary journey through some of the country’s most tantalizing destinations. Seven daring teams will compete in exciting challenges, highlighting the beauty, cuisine, and hospitality of Vietnam. Get ready to explore the nation’s rich culture and witness the fierce competition as each team strives to be crowned the ultimate winner!

From the bustling streets of Hanoi to the breathtaking natural beauty of Ha Long Bay, and the vibrant city life of Ho Chi Minh City to the stunning beaches of Phu Quoc Island, Let’s Feast Vietnam is the perfect guide for discovering the country. Immerse yourself in the unique culture, explore the vibrant cities and marvel at the breathtaking natural beauty of this diverse country.

“Let’s Feast Vietnam will help to popularize culture tourism, one of the twelve cultural industries that the government is promoting,” Tran Hai Van, Deputy Head of the International Cooperation Department, said at a press conference in Hanoi.

The show’s production takes advantage of tourism’s essential role in economic growth. What’s more, the government is striving to promote tourism in conjunction with cultural and creative industries.

At the show, the contestants will create stunning video clips showcasing the vibrant culture, breathtaking tourism, and delicious cuisine of Vietnam for millions of followers across various social media platforms.

“Tourism and cuisine are two of the most popular topics on our Facebook and Instagram,” said Khoi Le, Meta’s Vietnam National Director. “Let’s Feast Vietnam is a unique opportunity for creators to explore the culture and people of Vietnam and promote it to an international audience. This show is part of our ongoing effort to foster a digital economy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and to create a national tourism brand.”

The contestants from Indonesia, the Philippines, Hong Kong (China), Taiwan (China), the Republic of Korea, and Vietnam are eager to take part in the competition. They all come from different backgrounds and have varied experiences, but they all have one common goal: to be the best. Each contestant is determined to prove their worth and show the world what they can do.

“I was not sure of what to expect at the start of the show,” said Olivia Tan, the second runner-up of Miss Charm 2023, from Indonesia. “I have been paired up with Kaylee, although we only just met here. She is from the Republic of Korea, while I come from Indonesia, and we just met here in Vietnam to form a team.”

Miss Universe Vietnam runner-up Thao Nhi Le and content creator food blogger Vu Dino have been selected to represent the Vietnamese team at the show. They bring a unique combination of beauty and culinary knowledge to the competition, showcasing the best of Vietnam. With their enthusiasm and determination, they are sure to make their nation proud.

The winning team will be awarded prizes worth $30,000 USD. The show will be broadcasted across Asia in July.