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Minh's Unique Street Food Adventure
There are 2 times of a day you can join : Lunch time: 11AM - 2PM (Pick - up time 9h30AM - 10AM) Dinner time: 6PM - 9PM (Pick - up time 5h30PM - 6PM) Time will be adjusted by yourself if you want to have a private tour. The guide will pick you up at your hotel located in The Old Quarter. If not, the time and meeting point will be provided to you. We will have 3 hours walking around every single corners of Hanoi Old Quarter where we can seat on a small plastic chairs and using chopsticks like a local people. You’ll explore the culture, history of Hanoi, step into a world full of street food vendors. Unlike big cities all around the world, street food in Hanoi are not just hot dog carts and pretzel stands, we offer an opportunity to try out around 8 different dishes at local food stand, family restaurants… A rotating menu from day-to-day to represent the variety of delicious options. Based on the hotel i pick up you and your request, i will take you to different places and enjoy food. So please give me more details if you are vegetarian or food you prefer to have. Other things to note: Give me more details if you are vegetarian or any food in your mind you want to try, please send me email.
HANOI WALKING STREET FOOD
Firstly, please kindly note: Vietnamese cuisine frequently uses meat as one of the main ingredients. Therefore, vegan food is NOT available and vegetarian food is only available as long as you can eat fish sauce but it is still a bit limited choices for vegetarians. There are 2 times of the day that you can join: +++ Lunch time: 10AM - 1PM +++ Dinner time: 6PM - 9PM We will spend 3 hours walking around every single corners of Hanoi Old Quarter where we can seat on a small plastic stool on the pavement and taste all the best street foods. Let's bring good camera because mostly foods will be cooked in the front of you by skilled chefs while we introduce to you about the name, recipe, how to eat like locals style, where the best place to eat. Beside that, it will be a chance for us to introduce the Vietnamese cultures and share the tips of travelling in Vietnam. We have heard a lot of stories and experiences from our guests so we know which information you need to know: What to do, what to eat, where to go. Other things to note: Coming hungry to try all the best foods.
Small Group Hanoi Street Food Tour with a Real Foodie
There are 2 daily options: Lunch: Between 11.00 & 11.30 - 14.30 Dinner: Between 17.30 & 18.00 - 21.00 Only in the course of 3 hours tour, you'll be led into a world of Vietnamese food culture like you've never seen from any type of social media, or websites available. If you think of Vietnamese food as only Pho noodle, Banh Mi sandwich food stands then you should come with us, from a nameless restaurant to some small family business in an alley that does not even exist on a guide book maps. Only then, you can fully understand what "dining out like a local" means. And did I mention a drink will be included in the journey? If you're allergic to any kind of food, ingredients or you're on a diet; don't hesitate to tell us, we have dozens of options for everybody: from traditional food, vegetarian or vegan cuisines too. NOTE: - Though I will be the main host almost all the tours, sometime my young, funny informative and enthusiastic friends can be your guide or may assist me in hosting. - Pick up service is available within the Old Quarter only. Please come to meeting point (provide later) to see your tour guide if you stay outside of the Old Quarter. - Exact pick up time will be gave after made booking. Other things to note You should be aware that it's a walking tour. If you - our valued customer - have any food allergy or diet, please let us know!
Hanoi Cooking Class at Villa/ Round trip from Old Quarter
This exciting program is the ideal way to enjoy an authentic cultural and culinary experience. Vietnamese cooking is simple with fresh ingredients, so it is an ideal experience for home cooks or travelers would love to explore more than just the sightseeing of our great city. We will do cooking together like an authentic Vietnamese family does. Don't worry if you are at beginner level, it is not a professional cooking school but our kitchen will be where your passion for cooking is nurtured!  Get picked up from your hotel (in the Old Quarter)  Transfer to local market to buy ingredients  Get a fascinating glimpse into local culture  Transfer to local home  Learn how to cook the real Vietnamese food with our life stories and cultural sharing  Enjoy your own cooking creation and numerous food from instructor  Taste unique and special local wines  Cooking Class ends and get dropped off at your hotel (in the Old Quarter) Our maximum number of participants for group cooking experience is 10. If you would like a private class for less or more than 10 participants, please contact us for advice on the pricing and itinerary. Our class is organized in a large local villa with beautiful trees and garden of 500m2, which can accommodate up to 45 persons at the same time.
Pub Crawl Party & Hanoi's nightlife
You travel to Hanoi and want to experience a best memorable night ever? You want to dance, have fun and to scream in the different places with crowded people? But you don't know well about club, bar, and nightlife in Hanoi old quarter? Here I am! Every bar, clubs here I know them like the back of my hand. I'll show you how the crazy night in Hanoi is with: ⭐ UNLIMITED beer, traditional snack at first beer pub, enjoy live music on street ⭐ 1 Welcome drink at 3 bars/clubs ⭐ VIP Access to 3 unique bars/clubs ⭐ Exclusive on Weekend: FREE Tequila or Mixed Vodka ⭐ Discount 20% price for group of 7 - 10 persons. Bonus 1 bottle (whiskey, vodka, rum, gin, tequila…) You will visit 1 of DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs 2022, with top sound quality & famous DJ that will make you feel like a party in Tomorrow Land Festival. You can visit my fan page to see how we do in party https://www.facebook.com/amazinghanoibarcrawl. Other things to note This experience is LGBTQ- and POC-friendly. There is no risk of being robbed or stolen when you're in my group. You can dance all night long as I will take you back safety if you're too drunk ;)

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Ninh Binh full day - Trang An boat trip - Dragon Mountain
ITINERARY DETAILED: 7h30 - 8h00: Our tourist bus will pick you up at your hotel lobby in Ha Noi Old Quarter for departure to Ninh Binh. 10h30 - 10h40: Arrive Hoa Lu ancient capital of Viet Nam. You will visit Dinh King temple and Le King temple in the 10th centery, finding out the heroic histories of this two king in Chinese Wars. 11h45: Have a buffet lunch in the restaurant with a lot of local foods such as goat meat, fish, chicken, fried rice…. Vegetarian foods are always available in the buffet lunch 13h00: Visit Trang An which was recognized by UNESCO as A World Heritage Site in 2014. Trang An has a wonderful tunnel cave system so Kong’s Movie Group chose this place for the New Version of Kong in 2016 – “Skull Island”. With 2 hours for the boat trip, you will be persuaded by the beauty here. 15h00: Continue the tour for 45 mins - cycling around the village to discover the life of the local people. 15h45: Get back to Limousine Bus then leave for Mua Cave (Dancing Cave). Walk up almost 500 steps, you can reach the top of Lying Dragon Mountain & have an amazing panoramic view of Tam Coc from here 16h55 - 17h00: Get on the tourist bus to return Ha Noi. 19h00 - 19h30: Arrive Ha Noi, drop off at your hotel in Ha Noi Old Quarter. Tour finish!
Coffee, History, and Architecture of the French Quarter
Join our Hanoi French Quarter Walking Experience to discover one of the most beautiful parts of the city. The historical area is the southern part of Hanoi and is full of culture and history that sets it apart from the rest of the city. The aim of the walk is to make you discover specific areas of Hanoi and provide in-depth information (history buffs welcome) in a relaxed and joyful atmosphere. Rather than a lecture, it will be more like a conversation! We will start with an explanation of Vietnamese general history in a French villa coffee shop, accompanied by a cup of authentic Vietnamese coffee. We will then give a brief overview of French influences in Hanoi, as well as the Vietnam War, featuring St. Joseph's Cathedral, Trang Tien Ice Cream, Hanoi Opera House, Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi Post Office, Trang Tien Street, Hanoi Metropole Hotel, the very first university in French Indochina, and many more! You will learn about how Vietnamese society changed under French rule, exploring the good and the bad of this period. Feel free to ask your guide plenty of questions! Coffee and ice-cream are included.
Pedaling Through Hanoi's Banana Island, Hidden Gems and Food
Hi friends! My name is Sang and I invite you to join me on a wonderful bike tour through Hanoi. Highlights: Visit hidden gem learn more about the daily life of the local people Join the bustling traffic in Hanoi Discovering Hanoi is very different from tourist destinations Visit hidden area like banana island Enjoying traditional Vietnamese food Itinerary: You will move to the pre-arranged location in the tour I have set up to choose suitable bikes The cycling schedule around Hanoi that you mentioned covers some of the popular tourist spots in and around the city. Here's a brief overview of each location: Banana Island: Located on the West Lake, Banana Island is a small island that can be reached by a short boat ride. Long Bien Bridge: This historic bridge spans the Red River and was built by the French in 1903. Old Quarter: The Old Quarter is the heart of Hanoi and is known for its narrow streets, ancient temples, and bustling markets. Train Street: Located in the Old Quarter, Train Street is a narrow street that has a railway track running through it. Visit Lake B52: This lake is named after an American B-52 bomber that crashed into it during the Vietnam War. Today, it's a peaceful spot where locals come to fish and relax. Finally, we will have lunch with local dishes such as Bun Cha, Banh Mi, Pho Cuon, Pho,....
Ninh Binh, Hoa Lu - Trang An - Mua Cave Full Day from Ha Noi
ITINERARY DETAILED: 7h30 - 8h00: Our tourist bus will pick you up at your hotel lobby in Ha Noi Old Quarter for departure to Ninh Binh. 10h30 - 10h40: Arrive Hoa Lu ancient capital of Viet Nam. You will visit Dinh King temple and Le King temple in the 10th centery, finding out the heroic histories of this two king in Chinese Wars. 11h45: Have a buffet lunch in the restaurant with a lot of local foods such as goat meat, fish, chicken, fried rice…. Vegetarian foods are always available in the buffet lunch 13h00: Visit Trang An which was recognized by UNESCO as A World Heritage Site in 2014. Trang An has a wonderful tunnel cave system so Kong’s Movie Group chose this place for the New Version of Kong in 2016 – “Skull Island”. With 2 hours for the boat trip, you will be persuaded by the beauty here. 15h00: Continue the tour for 45 mins - cycling around the village to discover the life of the local people. 15h45: Get back to Limousine Bus then leave for Mua Cave (Dancing Cave). Walk up almost 500 steps, you can reach the top of Lying Dragon Mountain & have an amazing panoramic view of Tam Coc from here 16h55 - 17h00: Get on the tourist bus to return Ha Noi. 19h00 - 19h30: Arrive Ha Noi, drop off at your hotel in Ha Noi Old Quarter. Tour finish!
Handicraft Villages of Hanoi
Visit the beautiful incense stick making village. You will have a chance to learn more about the techniques from local artisans as we walk through the village. We will be stopping at some jaw-dropping places in the village to take some awesome photos The next village isThe traditional conical hat making village!This time will be exciting: Not only observe, we get you involve into the process of making the hat and paint it on your own! This could be an awesome souvenir to remember about Vietnam! Have a family meal at the local artisan’s house or at a riverside restaurant, depending on how large our group will be. Saying goodbye to the hat-making village, We will visit 1 in 2 village depend on the weather, time, health.. 1. The lacquer art making village: you will have a chance to observe and learn the quintessense of local art work from the local artisans as we are visiting some of the largest family scale factory in the village. We will visit a few families and get to paint our 2 .Quat Dong, where we will visit the embroidery artist's house (disables the craftsman - she has been and will always teach other disabled people for free), a lot of beautiful picture that you never seen before NOTES: The price is per person join in group. If you want to go in private, please send me a message and we can discuss.

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Stories from Vietnam War at not-to-go-alone areas
Hanoi during the Vietnam War: the dark side of its most famous monuments. Discover life under the planned economy, the fate(s) of the local people from both sides (the North and the South); and the story of the unification of Vietnam, a country once divided between the communist and anti-communist, on the brink of the COLD WAR. Our "stroll" will last about 2.5 hours, with a short taxi ride half way through. The aim of my walk is to make you discover specific areas of Hanoi (far away from the tourist's eyes) in the light of aspects of our city's rich history that are rarely touched upon by guidebooks, with in-depth information (history buffs welcome) but in a relaxed and joyful atmosphere. A conversation, rather than a lecture! Places we will visit: - Cho Gioi area - Kham Thiem B52 memorial - Hanoi Train Street Note: 20% of the profit will be donated to the Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin and Blue Dragon Children's Foundation in Hanoi.
Authentic taste of Hanoi - Food tour with a local foodie
You can join the tour twice a day: - 11am - 2pm (pick up time: 10.30 - 11.00am) - 6 - 9pm (pick up time: 5.30 - 6pm) I'll pick you up around the old quarter or meeting point (walk distance around the old quarter) will be provided before the tour. We have 3 hours walking around Hanoi Old Quarter, out of the beaten track, where we may sit on small plastic chairs and use chopsticks like local people. Unlike big cities all around the world, street food in Hanoi is not just hot dog carts and pretzel stands. You will try around 8 - 10 most typical and authentic dishes of Hanoi cuisine cooked by skillful chefs in local restaurants. Those families keep heritage recipes passed down through generations. The thing is most of those places are in small alleys, on the sidewalk or hidden houses, even without any signs, hard to find for tourists. The rotating menu is thoroughly chosen basing on my experiences and basing on guests' preferences to present the variety of delicious options. SOME THINGS TO NOTE: - Please let me know in advance if you are vegetarian, ellergic or if there are any specific dishes in your mind that you want to try - Meat is used in many Vietnam/ese dishes, there will be restriction for strict vegetarians. There are more options if you can eat some fish, shrimp and fish sauce. Please text me for further information
Ha Long Bay by Limousine Bus, Kayaking Full Day
If you need any information, please contact us by number: +84 9 eight two 45 two 22 two 8:30 -9:00. Get picked up at the hotel in Hanoi Old Quater/ Opera House to depart Halong Bay. Our journey follows Hanoi – Haiphong- Tuan Chau Highway (about a 2.5-hour drive) 12:00: Arrive at Tuan Chau Harbor, get on the boat to start the excursion discovering the beauty of the world heritage site 12:30: Enjoy set menu lunch on the boat with many special dishes of Halong. While having lunch, you all can see the beautiful scenery on both sides with thousands of limestone such as Fighting Chicken and Incense Buner Islets – 2 symbols of Halong Bay 14.00: Arrive at Bo Hon Island, and you will visit Sung Sot Cave – the most beautiful cave with a lot of stalagmites and stalactites 14.45: Do kayaking or bamboo boat through Luon Cave to discover the beautiful lagoon. 15.15: Visit TiTop Island with its sandy beach. You can go swimming here or trek up to the top of the island for sightseeing all of Halong bay 16.00: Back to the boat for the sunset party (some wine, fruits, and biscuits) meanwhile the boat is cruising back to the harbor 17.45: Arrive back at the harbor. Get on the bus and return to Hanoi 20:30: Get dropped off at the hotel. Tour ends
The Hidden Hanoi Old Quarter Experience
As the oldest continuously developed area, Hanoi’s Old Quarter has more than 1000 years of history and seems to resist the flow of time while still actively trying to adapt to the crowded atmosphere of the city. Wandering around this unique ancient area, you will get lost in a totally different world from the rest of the capital and discover things you haven’t seen in your life: the smallest alley (also where the locals live) or some hidden spots which are far from tourist's eyes, the top of the Old Quarter, the fine art cafe with a lots of history and stories behind and so many more!
Vegan Street Food & Stories of Hanoi
Finding the best local vegetarian and vegan street foods in Hanoi can be a challenge. But don't worry, we've got you covered! Join us for an unforgettable vegan/vegetarian food walking experience and get a glimpse into the lives of the locals. We'll visit some of Hanoi's best local vegan-friendly street food places, handpicked by real foodies. In between bites, we'll discuss the history of Vietnam from its beginnings to the present day, the story of the Vietnamese language, and explore some of the Old Quarter's hidden gems: the smallest and longest alley, the local market, and stories of local people's lives. We'll sample a variety of vegan Vietnamese dishes, including Banh da chay, vegetarian Vietnamese bread, sugarcane juice, noodle salad, local doughnuts, papaya salad, the famous Vietnamese fresh beer (or bia hoi), dessert and more. So come with an empty stomach! We take you to street food places that offer vegan and vegetarian options. Enjoy the diverse range of street food! >>> Enjoy a EARLY BIRD discount when you book with us in advance.

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Minh's Unique Street Food Adventure
There are 2 times of a day you can join : Lunch time: 11AM - 2PM (Pick - up time 9h30AM - 10AM) Dinner time: 6PM - 9PM (Pick - up time 5h30PM - 6PM) Time will be adjusted by yourself if you want to have a private tour. The guide will pick you up at your hotel located in The Old Quarter. If not, the time and meeting point will be provided to you. We will have 3 hours walking around every single corners of Hanoi Old Quarter where we can seat on a small plastic chairs and using chopsticks like a local people. You’ll explore the culture, history of Hanoi, step into a world full of street food vendors. Unlike big cities all around the world, street food in Hanoi are not just hot dog carts and pretzel stands, we offer an opportunity to try out around 8 different dishes at local food stand, family restaurants… A rotating menu from day-to-day to represent the variety of delicious options. Based on the hotel i pick up you and your request, i will take you to different places and enjoy food. So please give me more details if you are vegetarian or food you prefer to have. Other things to note: Give me more details if you are vegetarian or any food in your mind you want to try, please send me email.
Ninh Binh full day - Trang An boat trip - Dragon Mountain
ITINERARY DETAILED: 7h30 - 8h00: Our tourist bus will pick you up at your hotel lobby in Ha Noi Old Quarter for departure to Ninh Binh. 10h30 - 10h40: Arrive Hoa Lu ancient capital of Viet Nam. You will visit Dinh King temple and Le King temple in the 10th centery, finding out the heroic histories of this two king in Chinese Wars. 11h45: Have a buffet lunch in the restaurant with a lot of local foods such as goat meat, fish, chicken, fried rice…. Vegetarian foods are always available in the buffet lunch 13h00: Visit Trang An which was recognized by UNESCO as A World Heritage Site in 2014. Trang An has a wonderful tunnel cave system so Kong’s Movie Group chose this place for the New Version of Kong in 2016 – “Skull Island”. With 2 hours for the boat trip, you will be persuaded by the beauty here. 15h00: Continue the tour for 45 mins - cycling around the village to discover the life of the local people. 15h45: Get back to Limousine Bus then leave for Mua Cave (Dancing Cave). Walk up almost 500 steps, you can reach the top of Lying Dragon Mountain & have an amazing panoramic view of Tam Coc from here 16h55 - 17h00: Get on the tourist bus to return Ha Noi. 19h00 - 19h30: Arrive Ha Noi, drop off at your hotel in Ha Noi Old Quarter. Tour finish!
HANOI WALKING STREET FOOD
Firstly, please kindly note: Vietnamese cuisine frequently uses meat as one of the main ingredients. Therefore, vegan food is NOT available and vegetarian food is only available as long as you can eat fish sauce but it is still a bit limited choices for vegetarians. There are 2 times of the day that you can join: +++ Lunch time: 10AM - 1PM +++ Dinner time: 6PM - 9PM We will spend 3 hours walking around every single corners of Hanoi Old Quarter where we can seat on a small plastic stool on the pavement and taste all the best street foods. Let's bring good camera because mostly foods will be cooked in the front of you by skilled chefs while we introduce to you about the name, recipe, how to eat like locals style, where the best place to eat. Beside that, it will be a chance for us to introduce the Vietnamese cultures and share the tips of travelling in Vietnam. We have heard a lot of stories and experiences from our guests so we know which information you need to know: What to do, what to eat, where to go. Other things to note: Coming hungry to try all the best foods.
Stories from Vietnam War at not-to-go-alone areas
Hanoi during the Vietnam War: the dark side of its most famous monuments. Discover life under the planned economy, the fate(s) of the local people from both sides (the North and the South); and the story of the unification of Vietnam, a country once divided between the communist and anti-communist, on the brink of the COLD WAR. Our "stroll" will last about 2.5 hours, with a short taxi ride half way through. The aim of my walk is to make you discover specific areas of Hanoi (far away from the tourist's eyes) in the light of aspects of our city's rich history that are rarely touched upon by guidebooks, with in-depth information (history buffs welcome) but in a relaxed and joyful atmosphere. A conversation, rather than a lecture! Places we will visit: - Cho Gioi area - Kham Thiem B52 memorial - Hanoi Train Street Note: 20% of the profit will be donated to the Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin and Blue Dragon Children's Foundation in Hanoi.
Small Group Hanoi Street Food Tour with a Real Foodie
There are 2 daily options: Lunch: Between 11.00 & 11.30 - 14.30 Dinner: Between 17.30 & 18.00 - 21.00 Only in the course of 3 hours tour, you'll be led into a world of Vietnamese food culture like you've never seen from any type of social media, or websites available. If you think of Vietnamese food as only Pho noodle, Banh Mi sandwich food stands then you should come with us, from a nameless restaurant to some small family business in an alley that does not even exist on a guide book maps. Only then, you can fully understand what "dining out like a local" means. And did I mention a drink will be included in the journey? If you're allergic to any kind of food, ingredients or you're on a diet; don't hesitate to tell us, we have dozens of options for everybody: from traditional food, vegetarian or vegan cuisines too. NOTE: - Though I will be the main host almost all the tours, sometime my young, funny informative and enthusiastic friends can be your guide or may assist me in hosting. - Pick up service is available within the Old Quarter only. Please come to meeting point (provide later) to see your tour guide if you stay outside of the Old Quarter. - Exact pick up time will be gave after made booking. Other things to note You should be aware that it's a walking tour. If you - our valued customer - have any food allergy or diet, please let us know!
Coffee, History, and Architecture of the French Quarter
Join our Hanoi French Quarter Walking Experience to discover one of the most beautiful parts of the city. The historical area is the southern part of Hanoi and is full of culture and history that sets it apart from the rest of the city. The aim of the walk is to make you discover specific areas of Hanoi and provide in-depth information (history buffs welcome) in a relaxed and joyful atmosphere. Rather than a lecture, it will be more like a conversation! We will start with an explanation of Vietnamese general history in a French villa coffee shop, accompanied by a cup of authentic Vietnamese coffee. We will then give a brief overview of French influences in Hanoi, as well as the Vietnam War, featuring St. Joseph's Cathedral, Trang Tien Ice Cream, Hanoi Opera House, Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi Post Office, Trang Tien Street, Hanoi Metropole Hotel, the very first university in French Indochina, and many more! You will learn about how Vietnamese society changed under French rule, exploring the good and the bad of this period. Feel free to ask your guide plenty of questions! Coffee and ice-cream are included.
Ha Long Bay by Limousine Bus, Kayaking Full Day
If you need any information, please contact us by number: +84 9 eight two 45 two 22 two 8:30 -9:00. Get picked up at the hotel in Hanoi Old Quater/ Opera House to depart Halong Bay. Our journey follows Hanoi – Haiphong- Tuan Chau Highway (about a 2.5-hour drive) 12:00: Arrive at Tuan Chau Harbor, get on the boat to start the excursion discovering the beauty of the world heritage site 12:30: Enjoy set menu lunch on the boat with many special dishes of Halong. While having lunch, you all can see the beautiful scenery on both sides with thousands of limestone such as Fighting Chicken and Incense Buner Islets – 2 symbols of Halong Bay 14.00: Arrive at Bo Hon Island, and you will visit Sung Sot Cave – the most beautiful cave with a lot of stalagmites and stalactites 14.45: Do kayaking or bamboo boat through Luon Cave to discover the beautiful lagoon. 15.15: Visit TiTop Island with its sandy beach. You can go swimming here or trek up to the top of the island for sightseeing all of Halong bay 16.00: Back to the boat for the sunset party (some wine, fruits, and biscuits) meanwhile the boat is cruising back to the harbor 17.45: Arrive back at the harbor. Get on the bus and return to Hanoi 20:30: Get dropped off at the hotel. Tour ends
A fun, private photo session in Hanoi
Here's my suggestion: 1. After the booking. we will discuss to tailor a plan that suits your preferences . 2. On the day, we’ll meet at our designated spot in Hanoi. By default, our adventure begins with a stroll through the Old Quarter, capturing moments at iconic spots like " Cau The Huc" and "O Quan Chuong" , as well as Hanoi’s hidden gems. 3. if you're interested in the traditional ‘Ao Dai,’ we’ll assist you at the shop, selecting a style, color, and size that showcases your best self. Note: For locations requiring a taxi, transportation costs are on you. After the photoshoot, We will share all raw photos. You can also select the photos to be edited professionally. ( one person: 5 photos. a couple:10)
Hanoi Cooking Class at Villa/ Round trip from Old Quarter
This exciting program is the ideal way to enjoy an authentic cultural and culinary experience. Vietnamese cooking is simple with fresh ingredients, so it is an ideal experience for home cooks or travelers would love to explore more than just the sightseeing of our great city. We will do cooking together like an authentic Vietnamese family does. Don't worry if you are at beginner level, it is not a professional cooking school but our kitchen will be where your passion for cooking is nurtured!  Get picked up from your hotel (in the Old Quarter)  Transfer to local market to buy ingredients  Get a fascinating glimpse into local culture  Transfer to local home  Learn how to cook the real Vietnamese food with our life stories and cultural sharing  Enjoy your own cooking creation and numerous food from instructor  Taste unique and special local wines  Cooking Class ends and get dropped off at your hotel (in the Old Quarter) Our maximum number of participants for group cooking experience is 10. If you would like a private class for less or more than 10 participants, please contact us for advice on the pricing and itinerary. Our class is organized in a large local villa with beautiful trees and garden of 500m2, which can accommodate up to 45 persons at the same time.
The Hidden Hanoi Old Quarter Experience
As the oldest continuously developed area, Hanoi’s Old Quarter has more than 1000 years of history and seems to resist the flow of time while still actively trying to adapt to the crowded atmosphere of the city. Wandering around this unique ancient area, you will get lost in a totally different world from the rest of the capital and discover things you haven’t seen in your life: the smallest alley (also where the locals live) or some hidden spots which are far from tourist's eyes, the top of the Old Quarter, the fine art cafe with a lots of history and stories behind and so many more!
Hanoi Cooking Class/Local wine tasting/Cultural Sharing
To begin, you will be picked up from Hanoi Opera House or hotels in the Old Quarter and then start our interesting local market visit with a unique experience with local buyers and their fresh ingredients. We will welcome you to our kitchen and the cooking time may take around 4.5 hours and after that you will enjoy Vietnamese dishes by yourself. Vietnamese cooking is simple with fresh ingredients. As a Cultural Hub, we will do cooking and have meals together like an authentic Vietnamese family does. Don't worry if you are at beginner level, it is not a professional cooking school but our kitchen will be where your passion for cooking is nurtured! We offer free and unlimited drinks local wine tasting, herbal welcome drink, mineral water Other things to note We offer free pick-up and drop-off in the Old Quarter areas and at Hanoi Opera House (address: no 1 Trang Tien street). Please let us know your Hotel Address and Phone Number (Vietnamese SIM/chatting Apps) to contact for picking up. Our maximum number of participants for group cooking experience is 10. If you prefer a private class for more than 10 people, please contact us for advice on the pricing and itinerary. Our class is organized in the 500m2 local villa with a beautiful garden, which can accommodate up to 45 participants.
Authentic taste of Hanoi - Food tour with a local foodie
You can join the tour twice a day: - 11am - 2pm (pick up time: 10.30 - 11.00am) - 6 - 9pm (pick up time: 5.30 - 6pm) I'll pick you up around the old quarter or meeting point (walk distance around the old quarter) will be provided before the tour. We have 3 hours walking around Hanoi Old Quarter, out of the beaten track, where we may sit on small plastic chairs and use chopsticks like local people. Unlike big cities all around the world, street food in Hanoi is not just hot dog carts and pretzel stands. You will try around 8 - 10 most typical and authentic dishes of Hanoi cuisine cooked by skillful chefs in local restaurants. Those families keep heritage recipes passed down through generations. The thing is most of those places are in small alleys, on the sidewalk or hidden houses, even without any signs, hard to find for tourists. The rotating menu is thoroughly chosen basing on my experiences and basing on guests' preferences to present the variety of delicious options. SOME THINGS TO NOTE: - Please let me know in advance if you are vegetarian, ellergic or if there are any specific dishes in your mind that you want to try - Meat is used in many Vietnam/ese dishes, there will be restriction for strict vegetarians. There are more options if you can eat some fish, shrimp and fish sauce. Please text me for further information
Vietnam Coffee Culture- Egg Coffee/Salted Coffee/Coconut Cf
Being the second largest coffee producer in the world, Vietnam, needless to say, is so famous for having unique tastes of coffee that attracts numerous foreigners coming to enjoy. With the creativity Vietnamese people treat their coffee, just like other ingredients, there are plenty beverage from coffee in Vietnam you cannot imagine. Vietnamese coconut coffee is no longer a new thing but still one of the reasons people come to Vietnam. This summer beverage is most famous in Hanoi. It’s sweet, strong and icy. Sure that NYNA Coffee will make you unforgettable memories when make Coconut Coffee by your own and try many special VietNamese Coffee here. - Meet you at our place NYNA Coffee shop located at the heart of Old Quarter - Have a welcome drink - Learn about the rich history of Vietnamese coffee - Learn about the Vietnamese Coffee Culture and types of coffee: Arabica Coffee beans, Robusta Coffee beans and coffee making equipment. - Learn how to make Egg Coffee by local way Egg Coffee – an Unique Culture of Hanoi - Learn how to Coconut Coffee under the guidance of talented barista - Learn how to Salted Coffee - Specialty Coffee in the Central Vietnam - Enjoy your Egg Coffee/Coconut Coffee and Salted Coffee cup Other things to note Please move to No 20 Le Van Linh Street, Hang Ma, Hoan Kiem, Ha Noi.
Pedaling Through Hanoi's Banana Island, Hidden Gems and Food
Hi friends! My name is Sang and I invite you to join me on a wonderful bike tour through Hanoi. Highlights: Visit hidden gem learn more about the daily life of the local people Join the bustling traffic in Hanoi Discovering Hanoi is very different from tourist destinations Visit hidden area like banana island Enjoying traditional Vietnamese food Itinerary: You will move to the pre-arranged location in the tour I have set up to choose suitable bikes The cycling schedule around Hanoi that you mentioned covers some of the popular tourist spots in and around the city. Here's a brief overview of each location: Banana Island: Located on the West Lake, Banana Island is a small island that can be reached by a short boat ride. Long Bien Bridge: This historic bridge spans the Red River and was built by the French in 1903. Old Quarter: The Old Quarter is the heart of Hanoi and is known for its narrow streets, ancient temples, and bustling markets. Train Street: Located in the Old Quarter, Train Street is a narrow street that has a railway track running through it. Visit Lake B52: This lake is named after an American B-52 bomber that crashed into it during the Vietnam War. Today, it's a peaceful spot where locals come to fish and relax. Finally, we will have lunch with local dishes such as Bun Cha, Banh Mi, Pho Cuon, Pho,....
Secret handicraft villages of Hanoi
After picking you up from Hanoi, we’ll travel to the secret handicraft villages around my hometown… > We’ll start at Ha Thai village to experience the art of lacquer painting. Meet a local artist and learn the history of the ancient craft. From preparing the wooden base to applying layers of resin and pigment, gain insight into every step of the process. > Next up is Quảng Phú Cầu village, recently seen on National Geographic. Incense sticks are lit in temples & local houses. Find out why and take in the beauty of the coloured bamboo sticks laying in the street to dry. Head to the factory that mass produces to export around Vietnam and beyond. > Take a break and indulge in what will more than likely be your best meal in Vietnam. Finish up with some local tea (or a beer) before we move on to our last village… > You’ve seen the locals wearing the traditional cone shaped leaf hats? Have a go at weaving a ‘Non La’ yourself in Chuong Village. From drying the palm leaves in the sun, ironing them (believe it or not) and hand stitching the leaves together... learn the steps of making them from start to finish. If you're looking for something a little different and want to see the real Vietnam then this is for you... Thank you and we can’t wait to show you around in what some have described as their favorite day in Vietnam :)
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