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We really enjoyed this lantern making workshop. The teachers were so helpful and informative and it was so worthwhile to make your own beautiful lantern to take home. Absolutely excellent value too. We loved it, would highly recommend it to anyone visiting the area!
Colored lanterns are a symbol of Hoi An, where locals believe they bring happiness, luck, and wealth. Bring home a souvenir with a difference, a lantern that you made yourself, after this fascinating class. Choose from a wealth of different silks then work with your instructor to craft a bamboo frame and create your lantern, which will fold away neatly into your luggage. Your class includes a Vietnamese tea tasting.
An experience that gave me an insight into the tradional Vietnam.
Tim is a very experienced chef and explained the recipes in detail and we had a hands on experience.
Lantern makibg added colour to te experience .
Lantern souvenir,real local experience in the fishing village. our car will ride you to the art of making lanterns,you will visit craftsmen with skillful hands,showing you howto create the brightly colored lanterns.Expertly guided you could make yourself a lantern as a gift to your family.Finish your learning, you are welcomed the local tea in the fishing village, you will join rowing the special basket boat and carching crab, go fishing technique with your skillful fisherman on river, come back family ,you have local food in the coconut house nearly river
Learn how to make Vietnamese lanterns and Vietnamese food with this cooking experience. You'll start with a visit to a garden, where you'll learn about Vietnamese farming practices. From here, you'll continue to a market to pick up ingredients you'll later use to make lunch. Then it's on to a lantern-making workshop, followed by a visit to the home of your cooking teacher, Jolie, where you'll get to whip up (and eat) a traditional Vietnamese meal.
Find your zen at the beginning of your day with this 1-hour yoga class and cruise on the Perfume River in Hue. Power through the early start time to take a 45-minute yoga class on the sundeck of the Emperor Dragon Boat, and feel rejuvenated before the clock even strikes 6a.m. Onboard, enjoy beautiful views of the river, as well as morning tea.
To start, you will take a chance to tast the traditional Vietnaemse tea and enjoy the various flavors of tea during the paiting class.
We will show you how traditional oriental watercolor painting differs from western style art and I n this Experience, you will learn calligraphy in Vietnamese Language and/or English also.
You will be taught the techniques on how to hold the brush, how much ink to use, and the proper strokes to write Vietnamese script and/or English characters
Create a beautiful bamboo script that you can take with you. Whatever your level of artistic skill, you’ll come away from this class with a unique and priceless memento of your trip to Vietnam.
Master the art of an ancient Vietnamese tradition during a lantern-making workshop in Hoi An, a hands-on cultural experience that’s ideal for families. This private tour means you’ll receive undivided attention throughout the workshop, and leave with a hand-made souvenir to commemorate your vacation. Plus, you can choose from a morning or afternoon departure time to suit your schedule.
No previous skills are required to create your own handmade lantern, making this 2.5-hour workshop a family-friendly activity in Hoi An. Participants are provided with a bamboo frame—with multiple shapes to choose from—and shown by craftsmen how to fold the silk into a colorful lantern. Fold it flat into your luggage and return home with a unique souvenir.
If you are looking for an authentic yoga style with positive and bright energy, you are incredibly being welcomed to Aum Yoga center. At Aum yoga, we encourage you to find an inner of you, to treat yourself well and to be a better you. By linking physical body, mind and soul. Let’s join us for your own path of real life.
Bamboo is often used to create traditional Vietnamese handicrafts, traditional tools, and everyday household items. This hands-on workshop lets you experiment with bamboo cutting, carving, and treating, and learn all about the sustainable material and its use in Vietnam. Best of all, you will get to make your very own bamboo souvenir such as a vase, pen holder, or ornament.
Just walk up the street and you’ll run into a coffee shop in every corner. Drinking coffee is part of one’s daily routine and it is a considered a ritual by older Vietnamese.
You’ll find that the Vietnamese drink coffee at all hours of the day and coffee shops are usually crowded in the mornings.
To start this class we will listen to may stories on this two-hour tour and learn about the journey of coffee from crop to cup. Discover what makes Vietnamese ground coffee, fined Robusta, different to other types around the world. Learn the steps needed to roast dark beans so that they mix perfectly with sweet condensed milk, which is an improvisation made due to the limitations on the availability of fresh milk at French colonial time.
Learn how to make the traditional kites of Hue on a half-day tour that includes a kite-making workshop and leisurely bike ride. Start by pedaling with your guide through picturesque streets to arrive at the kite artist's workshop. There, the artist shows you how to make and paint a traditional kite. After working on your kite, stop for coffee at a local cafe before returning to your hotel by bike.
Be an artist for the day in Hoi An’s UNESCO-listed Ancient Town, with tips on painting techniques provided by a talented local artist. First, gain inspiration from the architecture during a guided walking tour of Hoi An’s atmospheric streets. Then get hands-on practice and capture a picturesque scene on your canvas. This 4-hour experience includes snacks and Vietnamese coffee plus a stop at an art gallery.
Yoga instructor was really nice. It was very nice to overlook the beach and soothing to hear the waves while doing yoga. Definitely take the class as early as you can as it gets really humid. Also a really nice location, to stay after class if you like, as there are other beach clubs nearby. Really cute town as well.
Hoi An's beaches and countryside provide a quiet respite after the busy bustle of Ancient Town Heritage. It is our pleasure to show you the natural beauty of Hoi An and help you get a little exercise, escape the crowds, and relax with some yoga.
You're in Hoi An and there is a long list of things that you want to do here. This Express Class is made just for you!
We will show you how to design and make a cool stuff no matter if you have experience of working with macrame or not. A great way to learn and make your own product: simple plant hanger, mini wall hanging, keychain, coaster…
And of course, you will always have assistance from LIT decor.
Materials and drinks are included (coffee, tea or water).
At Taboo Bamboo Workshop you will be surprised and excited to see all the different household facilities and things that we have created out of bamboo and that we use in our house. Take them home with you as a souvenir and enjoy this long lasting experience.
If you are a truly explorer who love cycling and cooking, and love to experience the life in the countryside of Vietnam, then Thanh Toan village, should be in your “must-visit” list. We are pleased to accompany with you in the trip exploring the peaceful village of Thanh Toan throughout a number of activities such as biking, farming, fishing and cooking class. Via this trip, you will surely have a better opportunity to learn about the local life, culture and people of Vietnam in general and of Hue in particular.
* Capture beautiful shots around historic Hoi An Old in the early morning light.
* Trinh is our photography subject wearing traditional Vietnamese dress - Áo Dài & Nón Lá.
* Connect with the locals at their houses or at the market, breaking the barriers.
* Learn about camera settings, composition & photography tips.
* Learn about Vietnamese Culture.
* Ends at a local coffee shop where we review and discuss post-processing techniques.
* Support the local business and giving back to the unfortunate.
* Suitable for all camera types, cellphones, levels.
* Your Guides:
Alden (Instructor - Emmy Award Winning Artist with over 2 decades of photography experience)
Trinh (Certified International Tour Guide - Vietnamese - Model - Community Service Volunteer/organizer)
What is Tai Chi - a combination of Yin and Yang philosophy with Chinese martial arts movements and breathing techniques. It is suitable for people of all ages and levels of physical fitness. The movements can be performed slowly and gently for health and relaxation, or faster and more powerfully for fitness and self defence applications.
Tai Chi benefits - the exercises regulate all systems within the body improving digestion, respiration and circulation. As the movements are performed in a relaxed manner this can also lead to a reduction in stress related disorders.
The low-impact nature of the routines improves the condition of bones, joints and muscles without strain whilst encouraging balance, focus, flexibility and co-ordination to promote health and vitality within the individual.
During practice the body remains relaxed with breathing and movement all closely connected.
You will be taking a drawing class with us, we have a professional instructor and you will be guided in detail. Not only can you draw, but you will also better understand the daily life of Vietnamese people. And those images will be reproduced on the picture painted by you.
Experience Hoi An’s cultural arts and iconic cuisine at Triem Tay bamboo village, an off-the-beaten-path bamboo oasis with pools and traditional coconut-leaf lodgings.
Triem Tay Village was once lost and abandoned due to heavy water erosion and all villagers were evacuated. The bamboo village was later rescued and revived by a world-class architect, Mr. Bui Kien Quoc.
These Triem Tay tours, designed by veterans of Hoi An tourism industry, are the efforts to bring the soul back to the land by employing returning locals to introduce the once-lost town to travellers. Your visit will help aid the restoration of this beautiful, heavenly town.
A great pleasure of any visit to Hoi An is to stroll along the peaceful vintage paths of the ancient town at night under the flickering lights from lots of hanging lanterns. These simple yet colorful lanterns are a unique feature of Hoi An culture for hundreds of years. Exploring the beauty of lanterns and making your own lanterns expressing your style are the highlights of this tour.
Head into the tranquil Hoi An countryside for a memorable sunrise/sunset experience. Take part in a serene, customised yoga class led by an internationally trained instructor. Stretch and flow through the asanas and whilst surrounded by swaying palms, verdant rice fields and a peaceful river.
-This is a typical Handy Craft Tour that you your self join in making typical activities in Hoi An like Hoi An Ceramic Makings and Hoi An Lantern Making with instruction from our local craftsmen on the site.
-Take a wonderful experience for Water Puppet Show to learn about Vietnamese history,culture and lifestyle that you can find any similar Show on the world.
-Private with flexible.