tp. Hội An, Vietnam

Enjoy Street Foods & Hear Their Stories

with Tuan L.

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Tuan L.

As I was born and grew up in Hoi An, I had chance to see the transformation of this ancient town since the day that it was just a small unwell-known in the Central of Vietnam.

After being declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999, the development of tourism boosted the economic growth of the town. Then, Hoi An was changing dramatically. A new bridge was constructed to replace the old one. More and more clothes shops and restaurants have been opened to serve tourists. Many new roads have been built for the town's enlargement.

Though of these appearance changes, the soul of Hoi An remains. Inhabitants are always friendly and willing to help whenever needed. Especially, local foods are still wonderful and in some places not written in any travel guide. With my love for Hoi An, I'm truly eager to show you how great the Hoi An street foods are and tell you their historical stories. Moreover, a sightseeing tour by bicycle will be made to help you understand these stories.

Tour highlight: “Know everything about Hoi An street foods now and be your friends' tour guide next time!”

The program is as below:
07:30: Picking up guests at hotel
08:00: Start the street food trip by bicycle
08:30: Enjoy Cao Lau for the breakfast
09:00: Xi ma sweet soup for the dessert time
09:30: Start the sightseeing tour to understand the story of Cao Lau and Xi ma
12:00: Enjoy My Quang for the lunch
12:30: Take a rest by tea time in an ancient house
14:00: Enjoy Smashing Rice Paper and Corn sweet soup
15:00: Enjoy Ba Buoi Chicken Rice
16:00: Enjoy Sugar-cane juice; take picture, exchange email, Facebook or whatever to keep contact.

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Tuan L.

I used to work for the big international companies such as Coca-Cola and Gameloft after obtaining my Bachelor's degree in International Business in Vietnam. After that, I decided to take a MBA course in France with the hope of developing my career further. During nearly 2 years in the heart of Europe, I visited many cities. It gave me a chance to make a comparison between these cities and my home-town, Hoi An Ancient Town. I found that my town has many more wonderful things that would attract tourists come not only once. Inhabitants are friendly and willing to help whenever needed. Excellent local foods and peaceful town would bring tourists the most relaxing time. There are also some hidden beauties that only local people know. With my love for Hoi An and travelling, I decided to turn my career path into the new direction. Now I would love to become a connection between Hoi An and international tourists and also to help them enjoy the most localized travel experiences. Full profile Leave a Review


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