where can we buy an entrance ticket for Hoi An’s Old Quarter for the night time food tour??? cheers!
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.
Food tours are an excellent way to learn about the local cuisine and also to engage with fellow travellers and learn about local issues. This tour didn’t disappoint. Our guide, Leoung, was delightful, knowledgeable and we enjoyed a number of lovely dishes. Thoroughly recommended.
We toured Hoi An Ancient Town and surrounds with our Guide Bong Pham. She was a great tour guide and the selection of places to eat and food was wonderful. Highly recommend doing something like this early on in your visit to establish some local...More
This tour hosted by the amazing Bong was fantastic, I couldn't rate it any higher. from the get go she was phenomenal very knowledgeable about the area and all the food hit the spot, make sure you come hungry. we also had a really friendly...More
Highly recommend! Our tour guide, Bong was fantastic and very passionate about food and Hoi An. Everything we tried was delicious, they all catered for special requests eg not liking tomato. The best part was we went places we may not otherwise find and tried...More