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  • From Hoi An & Da Nang: Authentic Vietnamese Cooking Tour

    1. From Hoi An & Da Nang: Authentic Vietnamese Cooking Tour

    This is a cooking tour, which is different from a cooking class. The journey will take you through the beautiful and scenic countryside of Hoi An to Cam Thanh village (around 4 kilometers away from the town center). This adventure will include a visit to a local produce market and a boat trip along the beautiful Thu Bon River, with sights that include the island of Cam Nam and Duy Hai fishing village, as you pass under the majestic Cua Dai Bridge.  Your adventure continues on a fun-filled Basket Boat ride through the Water Palm Village, followed by a ride in a water buffalo cart that will take you to the local supplier's cooking school and restaurant. Upon arrival, you can then unwind by soaking up the joys of a foot, head, and shoulder massage.  The menu for the cooking class includes the following Vietnamese dishes: 

    • Rolled wet rice paper with minced pork and vegetables 
    • ...

    Picked us up at our hotel and dropped us off in Hoi An whee we met our chef and tour guide. Had sometime to shop through the local market (and we were able to buy a few things too). The boat ride and bamboo boat were such a fun little treat. Our tour guide was so friendly and spoke amazing English! And the food, WOW. Delicious. We made apron rolls, beef pho, Chicken curry and and papaya salad.:: we even got the recipes to try to make at home. A wonderful way to spend half the day in hoi an and enjoy some culture!

  • Private Shore Excursion to Hue City from Tiensa Port

    2. Private Shore Excursion to Hue City from Tiensa Port

    After picking you up at the Tien Sa port, drive straight to Hue city and start your tour with a local expert. En route, stop at Hai Van Pass to see the view and at Lang Co Bay for coffee. Then drive to the other side of the Perfume River, from where you can admire the magnificence of the noon gate of the Royal Citadel, where Nguyen Kings used to declare the results of national examinations and new year calendar. Walk into the Imperial Citadel and the recently reconstructed Palace of Supreme Harmony. Then visit Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the oldest Buddhist pagodas. Here you can learn more about Buddhism in Vietnam and discover the spiritual life. Continuing on, take a dragon boat ride on Perfume River. This is a picturesque setting no matter the weather. Then enjoy our lunch at a quality restaurant. In the afternoon, drive straight Minh Mang tomb where its ancient architecture stands in ...

  • Da Nang Night Life & Take a Ride on the Sun Wheel

    3. Da Nang Night Life & Take a Ride on the Sun Wheel

    When the sun sets, Da Nang has a particular charm, ensuring you can enjoy relaxing moments as you explore the city. Choose from a shared or private tour to discover the magic of Da Nang at night. In recent years, Da Nang has attracted a lot of tourism and recreational activities in the city have boomed. After departing from Hoi An, come see the city for yourself by taking a ride on the Sun Wheel, the largest observation wheel in Vietnam. The Sun Wheel is now one of the 10 highest observation wheels in the world. Then, enjoy the magic of the night's lights. After the ride, you will have a delicious dinner in Da Nang as you admire the Han River and its bridges with their colorful lights reflecting on the water. You will be able to see many sculptures made of stones before you hop aboard a boat at Bach Dang wharf to journey along the Han River. The Dragon Bridge will breathe fire each Sat...

  • From Da Nang: Monkey Mountain, Marble Mountains & Hoi An

    4. From Da Nang: Monkey Mountain, Marble Mountains & Hoi An

    See the finest sights in the region of Da Nang, enjoy an included lunch, and benefit from pick-up and drop off from your accommodation. After pick-up your first stop is the Marble Mountains, just outside Da Nang. Admire beautiful caves, historic Buddhist pagodas, and visit a traditional marble carving village. Next you’ll reach Son Tra, nicknamed ‘Monkey Mountain’ by American troops. The national park stands 693 meters above sea level, and its location on a peninsula affords breathtaking views of the surrounding sea. Whilst there, explore the Linh Ung pagoda - home to the tallest statue of the Goddess of Mercy in Southeast Asia. The 67-meter tall statue is located on top of a lotus-shaped platform and features 21 miniature Buddha sculptures. Enjoy some local cuisine at a local restaurant before visiting Hoi An. Walk around the historic old town and be amazed by the influences from Chi...

  • Da Nang: 3.5-Hour Food Tour by Motorbike with Driver

    5. Da Nang: 3.5-Hour Food Tour by Motorbike with Driver

    Choose from a shared or private experience to explore Da Nang on this 3.5-hour food tour. Your tour guide will pick you up by motorbike and take you for a ride to Con Market, the largest wholesale and retail venue in the central region of Vietnam. Explore the market and its over 2,000 traders operating there. Enjoy a selection of local specialties such as Mi Quang or Banh Xeo. Try Da Nang’s version of a northern Vietnamese favorite, Bun Cha Ca and taste the unique sweet soups of Da Nang. The cooking methods of these sweet treats have been perfected over many generations and you certainly won't forget how they taste.  After spending time eating in Con Market, head to Da Nang’s most famous seafood street, which is not far from the stunning My Khe Beach. Find out what all the fuss is about by digging into a delicious selection of fresh shellfish dishes, which are perfectly complimented by...

    What a great experience this was. Didn’t really know what to expect but we walked away having a great tour with our great guides. Best way to see Da Nang is on the back of a bike. Come hungry as there is so much food too experience!!!

  • Full-Day Hai Van Pass & Lang Co Beach from Da Nang

    6. Full-Day Hai Van Pass & Lang Co Beach from Da Nang

    Enjoy a full-day trip exploring Vietnam from Da Nang. Depart from your hotel to Ngu Hanh Son (Marble Mountain). Discover the stunning natural caves of the mountain and enjoy a beautiful view from the top of the mountain. Also visit the mysterious pagodas and the sculpture village located here. Then, continue to Son Tra Peninsula, to admire the beauty of the Linh Ung – Bai But pagoda – one of the largest pagodas in Da Nang city. This pagoda has a combination of modern and traditional styles and is home to the Guan Yin statue, considered to be the tallest statue in Vietnam (67 m). From here, you can view the whole city, mountain and Son Tra peninsula as well as Ngu Hanh Son Mountain with its white, sandy banks. The beautiful landscape creates a unique impression that you cannot find in other places.  Then, head to Lang Co Beach. With its gradually sloping, white sand beach, average depth ...

    The best part of the day was Marble Mountain with Monkey Mountain coming in 2nd. The morning part was okay, the fog was heavy and the beach was okay at best. I would recommend just doing the half day afternoon tour.

  • From Chan May Port: Private Tour of Hue

    7. From Chan May Port: Private Tour of Hue

    After getting picked up at the Chan May port, drive straight to Hue city then on to the other side of the Perfume River. There, admire the magnificent Noon Gate of the Royal Citadel, where Nguyen Kings used to declare the results of national examinations and the New Year calendar. Walk into the Imperial Citadel and the recently reconstructed Palace of Supreme Harmony. Then, visit Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the oldest Buddhist pagodas in the area. Here, learn more about Buddhism in Vietnam and discover the spiritual life. Continue your tour with a dragon boat trip on the Perfume River, picturesque on a clear day, atmospheric even in less flattering weather. After your boat trip, savor lunch at an ancient restaurant. In the afternoon, drive straight to Minh Mang Tomb. Marvel at its ancient architecture in harmony with beautiful landscapes, and appreciate the fusion between traditional Vietn...

  • Da Nang: Cham Sculpture Museum, Marble Mountains & Hoi An

    8. Da Nang: Cham Sculpture Museum, Marble Mountains & Hoi An

    After pickup from the port, the driver will take you to the Cham Sculpture Museum, dedicated to the period of the Champa. The museum displays almost 300 terracotta and stone works of art ranging from the 7th to the 15th century. Continue to the Marble Mountains. Climb the stone steps carved into the mountain that lead to a Buddhist Pagoda and a beautiful panoramic view. Next, you will go to Am Phu Cave where there's a replica of heaven and hell, and an eerie underground tunnel where you can hear bats hanging in the cave. You will then visit the Linh Ung Pagoda, built under the reign of King Minh Mang in the Nguyen Dynasty. Stop to have lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, you will discover the city of Hoi An on foot. The historic town, which used to be a prosperous seaport village from the 16th to 18th century, has a beautifully preserved old town that cannot be missed while ...

  • Basket Boat and Cooking Class From Da Nang

    9. Basket Boat and Cooking Class From Da Nang

    Vietnamese food is among the best and most healthy cuisines in the world. No wonder so many people come to Vietnam to learn how to make Vietnamese food. This Eco Cooking Class in Hoi An is a great option for you to not only learn how to make famous Vietnamese dishes, but also to have the chance to experience different activities in Hoi An's coconut jungle: paddle basket boats, watch people catching fish using traditional techniques, and more. With this Hoi An Eco Cooking Class, you will pass through the water coconut jungle on basket boats. Afterwards, you go to cook in a countryside spot close to Hoi An's ancient town. If you are traveling in big groups, this cooking class is the perfect choice.

  • Da Nang Market Tour, Farming and Cooking Class

    10. Da Nang Market Tour, Farming and Cooking Class

    Vietnam is famous for its rich cuisine. Each region has its own specific character and taste. The food, however, generally has a variety of vegetables, soups, and delicious sauces. Especially Pho has shown its important position in Vietnamese cuisine. The dish is the harmonious combination of noodles in broth cooked elaborately with spices and many different herbs added. You will have the chance to make some other dishes such as Vietnamese steamed rice rolls, crispy spring rolls, and fresh salad.  Following pick up from your hotel, visit a morning market in Da Nang and marvel at the seasonal fruits, noodles, herbs, vegetables, meat and fish on display. Interact with the vendors and get some tips on how to bargain and learn about the ingredients needed for cooking classes Visit a vegetable village where you will feel the green with a distinct aroma of local varieties of vegetables. Unde...

    It was a lot of fun buying our ingredients from the market and making delicious meals with them. We also got welcoming drinks at the start and end of class which were excellent. They were very patient with us teaching us steps of how to make each dish.

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What people are saying about Da Nang

You need yo take these tours! I can't stress enough how great this service was. My husband and I were in Da Nang for a couple of days during Tet, and they were so kind to take us on a tour to Marble Mountains, The Lady Buda and An Phu Cave. Communication was great from the very start, we could arrange everything online and by a phone call. Our guides were so nice and experienced people, they picked us up at our hotel early in the morning and took us on their bikes, it was so fun. We stopped on the road to take some pictures while they were explaining us about the places we would visit, then they took us to many hidden little paths so we could reach points with gorgeous views, and God they are fit people, the tour demands some energy from your body since you'll be walking and doing some climbing as well, but it's all worth it, you get to see incredible sculptures in dramatic caves, impressive landscapes... while learning a lot about a fascinating culture. Highly recommend this tour!

Picked us up at our hotel and dropped us off in Hoi An whee we met our chef and tour guide. Had sometime to shop through the local market (and we were able to buy a few things too). The boat ride and bamboo boat were such a fun little treat. Our tour guide was so friendly and spoke amazing English! And the food, WOW. Delicious. We made apron rolls, beef pho, Chicken curry and and papaya salad.:: we even got the recipes to try to make at home. A wonderful way to spend half the day in hoi an and enjoy some culture!

We went in January and it was very foggy but we still managed to get some good pics and see everything without any crowds! Lovely. Our tour was fantastic the guide ‘Snow’ was so informative and friendly. She was such a pleasure to spend the day with. The car picked us and dropped us off at the hotel and we were looked after all day, everything was included. The food is a buffet and has everything you would want, Asian and western. Just brilliant we will come back maybe when it’s less foggy though!

Excellent excursion.. Really really worth the money. Everything was perfekt, the woman who teached us how to do the dishes was so sweet and the food realle good.. Really recomend this tour

as always very well organized, great guide to Hoi An, you deserve her bonus!