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Accompanied & guided by Chef Dat with 18 year experience and Dat is also a certified English speaking guide for over 20 years. Chef Dat is well know on the Nha Trang restaurant scene for both his cooking skill and his ability to transfer some of his remarkable talents to eager students. Dat's excellent English skills will ensure a smooth, easy and educational day.
Using fresh ingredients and concocting imaginative flavors, this is a fun and interesting way to learn the local cuisine.
Enjoy a unique, hands - on cooking experience from start to finish in preparing three fabulous and traditional Vietnamese dishes.
As part of your culinary adventure you will also be given detailed recipes, so when you arrive back home, you will be able to impress your family and friends (and yourself) with some great Vietnamese food.
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.
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-We travel about 50km from Hoi An to My Son sanctuary. It comprises many Champa temples, in a valley roughly two kilometers wide, surrounded by two mountain ranges. It was the site of religious ceremonies of kings of the Champa civilization and was also a burial place of Champa royals and national heroes. The My Son temple complex is one of the foremost temple complexes of Hinduism in South East Asia and is the foremost heritage site of this nature in Vietnam. Though the complex has been destroyed over time, we still see many majestic ancient ruins of temples in the area. We also spend time to visit Tra Kieu Church on the way back to Marble Mountain
-The Marble Mountains are famous for their traditional stonemasonry activities. In Dong Hai village close to Thuy Son, 600 families chisel stone statues, jewellery, and art work. Marble from the Marble Mountains has been exported to many countries.
Immerse yourself in Vietnamese culture with this cooking class in Da Nang. First, you’ll tour a busy local market and browse the fruits and vegetables. Then, prepare authentic dishes like deep-fried spring rolls, papaya salad, and fish soup. (The menu may change based on the season.) Plus, visit an organic vegetable garden.
1.Phong Nha cave and Paradise cave are the two most famous caves in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park, a world heritage.
2. Both of them have created a special attraction for the “Kingdom of the caves”.
3. Group tour from Dong Hoi or Phong Nha town exploring the magnificent and brilliant landscapes in Paradise cave and Phong Nha cave.
Taking part in a cooking class while aboard a dragon boat is a must-do experience in Hue. Discover tasty recipes as you prepare local Vietnamese cuisine under the guidance of an expert instructor. You’re transported by cyclo to Dong Ba Market for ingredients, then provided an engaging 2-hour cooking lesson while you cruise on the Perfume River. Lunch and hotel pickup included.
Don’t just eat Vietnamese food, master the art of local cuisine during a home-style cooking class in Da Nang. During this hands-on cultural experience, you’ll prepare and cook four Vietnamese dishes—such as young papaya salad, chicken with fish sauce, and deep fried spring rolls—that reflect seasonal ingredients. For a complete experience, hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
This 5-hour tour introduces Vietnamese cuisine from the garden to the plate. Set out for Hoi An’s morning market with your culinary guide and discover some of the ingredients you’ll use in your cooking class. You’ll board a boat for a leisurely 25-minute cruise along the Hoi An River to a local cooking school, where you’ll explore the herb garden before a 2-hour lesson with an expert chef. After you’ve tasted your creations for lunch, enjoy use of the on-site swimming pool.
The turquoise waters of Nha Trang Bay are home to a colorful range of tropical fish and coral reefs, but most tours will only let you get up close to them if you’re a trained diver. This private half-day tour out to Hon Mun Island gets you close to those underwater sights even if you’ve got no diving experience. Learn how to dive with personalized coaching from the qualified dive instructors guiding your tour, and get complimentary high-definition underwater photos of your adventure afterwards.
This half-day tour of local breweries, on modern and safe motorcycles, provides an insight into local life. Vietnam has a rapidly growing craft beer industry. Some of the beers have won international craft beer awards. You will also sample some great international and local cuisine, designed to complement each beer.
Delve deeper into the art of Vietnamese cuisine during a cooking class that includes a tour of a local market. You’ll benefit from both the personalized attention and insider knowledge of a local chef as you prepare and cook dishes using fresh and traditional ingredients. Plus, unlike with most cooking classes, hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
If you’re interested in ancient history then no visit to Hoi An is complete without exploring My Son Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is often compared to the temples of Angkor in Cambodia. You’ll travel to the temple complex without the hassle of navigation and receive in-depth historical information from a guide. Plus, a boat trip on the Thu Bon River is included.
Indulge your sweet tooth on this chocolate-themed tour in Nha Trang—the perfect tour for chocolate lovers. Visit a Vietnamese chocolate factory, where you can enjoy a walking tour of the cacao garden, watch the chocolate-making process from bean to bar on a tour of the chocolate factory, and learn all about the history of chocolate from your guide. Finish by sampling the delicious chocolates during a guided tasting.
Immerse yourself in Vietnam culture with this cooking class in Hoi An. First, visit a local market to shop for ingredients before hopping on a boat to reach the cooking school. The chefs will demonstrate each dish before you prepare it. Following the class, wander through Hoi An, which is filled with historically significant buildings.
Discover the magnificent archaeological site of My Son, one-time center of the Champa culture, during this half-day visit from Hoi An. This spectacular building complex was constructed over several centuries by the Hindu-practicing royalty of the Champa people. Spend two hours learning about this ancient people and their culture from your guide before enjoying a boat trip with lunch and a visit to the Kim Bong carpentry village near Hoi An. Your My Son excursion also includes entrance fees, a guide, lunch, and hotel pick-up.
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.
HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN
Take a step back in time on a walking tour of HoiAn Ancient Town - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A private guide leads you through the well-kept historic district of this once-prosperous seaport city.
MY SON SANCTUARY
This tour is a must-see for those who are interested in architecture and ancient civilizations. My Son sanctuary was an imperial city during the Champa civilization, between the 4th and the 12th centuries
Visit the local market and take a cooking class for a detailed look at Vietnamese cuisine. At the market, your guide shows you photogenic displays of the ingredients that are often used in Vietnamese dishes. Then head to the kitchen for a demonstration of how to prepare several classic dishes. Top off the class with a feast of the foods that you helped to prepare, and take home a recipe booklet.
Discover the rich flavors and ancient traditions of Vietnamese coffee at Phin Coffee, one of Hoi An’s most popular coffee houses. On this tour, find out all about Vietnam’s coffee-making heritage from a master barista, sample different coffee varieties, and learn to how to make the perfect cup of Phin coffee using a blend of Robusta and Arabica beans. Finally, help prepare a cup of Vietnam’s famous ‘egg coffee’.
You are now wondering how to experience coffee – the Dak Lak specialty – to its fullest. I, the coffee correspondent, will cover this for you here. Let’s walk through the history and current general picture of Dak Lak coffee, what to notice about its beans, and which coffee shops that you really should not miss.
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Instead of merely scratching the surface on a Da Nang street food tour, dig deeper into the city’s coffee culture with this intimate brewing and roasting workshop. Learn about a variety of bean types and brewing techniques from your guide, and then put those lessons into action and brew your own coffee. With only a handful of people in each workshop, get personalized coaching from your guide as you try your hand at brewing.
- Welcome cocktail based on Sampan rum that can accompany throughout the visit.
- Guided tour of the distillery producing the only medal rums of Vietnam.
- Discover step by step the development of Sampan agricultural rum.
- Enjoy the rums that make up the range.
This 4-hour tour introduces Vietnamese cuisine from the garden to the plate. Set out for Hoi An’s morning market with your culinary guide and discover some of the ingredients you’ll use in your cooking class. You’ll board a boat for a leisurely 25-minute cruise along the Hoi An River to a local cooking school, where you’ll explore the herb garden before a 2-hour lesson with an expert chef.