The tour is food focused. You go to some cool spots to try out traditional Vietnamese dishes. Not a lot of the history included in the tour but its still a great way to spend an evening.
In the early evening, greet your guide at a designated meeting point and receive an introduction to the culinary culture of Hoi An. The first stop is a local bakery famous for their bahn mi (a Vietnamese baguette filled with meat or vegetables).
Join locals in feasting on pulled pork rolled in rice paper; browse stalls selling local produce at a Hoi An market; and sit down to enjoy Vietnamese specialties at a restaurant favored by your guide.
After chicken, rice, dumplings, and dessert, your food tour concludes at a Hoi An bar with Vietnamese coffee and beer.
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Such a great way to start our stay in Hoi An. We had a a small group of 5 which was great. Luong was a fantastic guide, a font of knowledge and super cheerful. She also made suggestions for the final stop depending on what...More
We loved this tour. Our guide Luong, was fantastic! We enjoyed lots of ‘snacks’ on way and very satisfied at end. Being a group 8 we were delighted to have private tour. Amazing bread, crispy pancakes, dumplings and chicken rice, too difficult to chose a...More
We absolutely loved our this tour. The night we scheduled it ended up POURING rain. We were unsure if they would cancel the tour, but grabbed umbrellas and headed out anyways. To our delight, we weren't the only ones braving the downpour. Our guide, Luong,...More