Discover Vietnam's best food and unique flavors as you walk around the engaged streets of Hoi An during this two-hour food tour. Meet up with your guide and group at 567 Hai Bà Trưng, then once the group is complete, you'll begin your journey through the engaged city. Learn about its unique heritage and history from your English-speaking tour guide as you traverse Hoi An's scenic streets. Find the best and most popular street food stalls and stores in the city with the help of your guide and sample a variety of delicious and authentic Vietnamese dishes, including Bánh Mì (Vietnamese Baguette Sandwich,) Gỏi Cuốn (Spring Rolls,) and Cao Lau (Hoi An Noodles). Don't worry if you have any allergies or strict diets – just inform the tour operator at checkout and they'll alter the day's menu to accommodate your needs. Enjoy a cup of authentic Vietnamese coffee, famous for it's mix of strong drip coffee and sweet condensed milk, that's sure to re-energize you for the rest of the day! You'll also stop by the home of a local family and get to know their day-to-day lives and activities, before the tour concludes near the city center, where you can either retire to your accommodation or go out exploring on your own!
If you love cycling and food (and who doesn't), then you are looking at the right trip. The Bike and Bite in Hoi An Tour is a great way to see and taste the city, getting a glimpse into everyday urban life. This 10km ride will let you enjoy all the delicious street food guilt-free, as you will be able to burn it all off right away. Meet up at 3:00pm and cycle through authentic Hoi An neighborhoods and visit rice field villages. Marvel at the magnificent Chuc Thanh Pagoda founded in 1454 by a Buddhist monk from China - this is the oldest pagoda in Hoi An. Sample 9 delicious local dishes at 5 tasting spots and head back for well earned rest at 8:00pm.
We lucked out and had a private tour with Gum to ourselves. She was so friendly, knowledgeable, and considerate; answering all of our questions, food-related or otherwise! Gum was also an expert navigator on the roads, ensuring we were close behind her and safe in traffic. She even followed up the tour with a list of further recommendations and a bunch of amazing photos she’d taken for us. This tour was one of our favorite parts of our time in Hoi An!
We did street food tour at Hanoi and really enjoyed it so decided to do another food tour at Hoi An. Our tour guide is Christine, a very nice lady who can speak good English. The food is a lot nicer than the one we bought from the night market the night before. It’s a great way to understand the local culture and history. Highly recommend this tour.
Foods always deeply connected to local culture. We tried 9 different kinds of food tonight.Almost each of them has its own story. We know more about Hoi An's history after joining this tour. BTW, our tour guide,Christine's English was extremely great. She was so friendly and professional. I really recommend people to join this tour. But don't forget to empty your stomach before starting this tour or you might be too full!!!
First ever food tour and it was amazing! Our guide Gum spoke really fluent English and was very knowledgeable about the local culture. She was very interactive throughout the whole tour, and introduced us to many good food in Hoi An! As you would need to walk from place to place, you will have time to digest your food along the way, so feel free to eat to your content if you’re up for it! The boat ride along Hoai River was very tranquil and the bingo game at the end of the tour was really fun too! My dad was super hyped for it, and guess what, he was the winner of the game! How lucky (:
This is the second food tour I’ve done in Vietnam. I really liked Ngoc (Emma) as our guide. She took us to the original places for Hoi An’s staple dishes (Cao lau, banh mi, white rose, black sesame soup and then a coffee.) I liked how there was a back story to every dish and what made the dish unique to hoi an. She was great at answering my questions.
Absolutely recommended, especially as early in your Hoi An stay as possible. We learned so much about central Vietnamese cuisine, got to taste a heap of different dishes at restaurants that specialise in them, plus the chance to make our own spring rolls at a local home. The bingo was fun, and the boat ride at the end a lovely way to finish. Our tour guide spoke very good English and was funny and engaging with lots of insights about Vietnamese life.