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Da Nang: Culinary Tour by Night

1. Da Nang: Culinary Tour by Night

Do you think Da Nang is very boring at night? Think again. Why not have a seafood dinner, hang out at the night market, hop on a cruise across the Han River, drive through the most famous bridges, check in icons of Da Nang at night and hang out with locals? Da Nang by night is a MUST activity on your first day. You will see the thrilling views while riding with experienced guides on motorbike, enjoy the best hidden gems foods and explore real Danang ‘s life. Pick up time: 5.30 pm Finishing time: 9.30 pm Transportation: motorbike or van Pick up and drop off location: your hotel in Da Nang center Duration: 4 hours Group size: 13 people maximum Weather condition: Tour takes place rain or shine 1 fruit plate serve on cruise will be served for every table with other 3 customers Note: Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking

Hoi An/Da Nang: Vegetarian Cooking Class & Basket Boat Ride

2. Hoi An/Da Nang: Vegetarian Cooking Class & Basket Boat Ride

Enjoy a cooking class and basket boat ride near Cam Thanh village on a combo activity from Hoi An or Da Nang. Start with pickup from your hotel in Hoi An or Da Nang. Discover the Cam Thanh Coconut Village as you paddle through the narrow channels of the area. Learn how to create a full vegetarian meal of “Pho" noodle soup, tofu rice paper rolls, fried spring rolls, and a traditional Vietnamese Pancake. Enjoy your creations in the serene surroundings, before returning to your hotel.

From Hoi An: Authentic Vietnamese Cooking Tour

3. From Hoi An: 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 Chicken Noodle Soup (Pho Ga)Grilled Fish in a Banana Leaf Vietnamese Prawn Curry You may then relax and enjoy the sumptuous delights of your cooking creations, in the pleasant surroundings of the local supplier's restaurant. 

Basket Boat and Cooking Class From Da Nang

4. 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. Sample Menu - Goi Cuon: Fresh rice paper salad rolls with pork and shrimp with a tangy peanut hoisin dipping sauce- Pho Bo (cooked Ha Noi style): Beef rice noodle soup infused with beef bones, cinnamon, ginger, and star anise- Mi Xao Hai San: Fried noodles with seafood containing mustard green and either prawn, squid, or beef)- Banh Xeo: Crispy Vietnamese crepes filled with pork and shrimp, bean sprouts, and green onion. Served with lettuce leaves, fresh herbs, and nuoc cham- Seasonal fruits

Happy Cooking Class

5. Happy 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.  9:00 pick up guests at hotel 9:15 Visit My Khe beach 9:45 Visit Dragon Bridge and the statue of Dragon Carp 10:15 Get on a trip to a local market to buy raw materials for your cooking class 11:00 Begin our cooking class to make trational Vietnamese dishes: Pho Ga ( chicken noodle soup) Banh Xeo ( Viet- namese fried pancake), Cha Gio ( fried spring roll) Enjoy the dishes cooked by yourselves 13:30 Transfered back to hotel The tour can also be operated in the afternoon as you wish. In that case it will start at 15:30 and finish at 20:00

Da Nang: Street Food Motorbike Tour

6. Da Nang: Street Food Motorbike Tour

Starting in the afternoon at 4:00 PM, be picked up by tour guides who will show you best places to eat in Da Nang. Each guest will have a personal guide, who you will join on a motorbike to experience the city of Da Nang in a unique way. You will not go hungry as you visit five different places during the four hour tour, trying more than 8 different types of food. Enjoy a variety of foods such as local sandwiches, sweet snacks, rice cakes, a seafood main course, desserts and local coffee. Learn about the local culinary traditions from your local guides. You will also have the chance to take on a “Vietnam Food Challenge” before finishing the tour at 8:00 PM.

Da Nang: Local Street Food Walking Tour

7. Da Nang: Local Street Food Walking Tour

We are here to offer you the Da Nang Street Walking Food Tour which can help you discover Da Nang in an interesting and healthy way – walking and enjoying the best street food around the city with our enthusiastic, funny and friendly guides. You’ll visit several food stops from restaurants to shops to a local living room, to sample delicious samples of Da Nang street foods. ***Highlights*** - Eat your way through Da Nang local style - Taste some of Da Nang ’s best street food: 6 tasting locations, 8 dishes, 1 dessert - Explore some places that are not in your guidebook - Small-group tour of 15 participants ensures more personalized service Menu: Quail egg stir-fried with a sweet and sour tamarind sauce, balut, Rice Vermicelli With Anchovy Fish Sauce And Crispy Roast Pork, Vietnamese coffee; water fern cake, steamed rice pancake with shrimp, rice dumpling cake, Vietnamese pancake, Grilled Beef Betel Leaf, dessert.

Da Nang: Full-Day Private Customized Tour

8. Da Nang: Full-Day Private Customized Tour

Create your very own full-day itinerary according to the attractions and places in or around Da Nang that you would like to visit. You'll be picked up from your hotel in Da Nang by your English-speaking guide and travel in comfort in an air-conditioned vehicle. Choose from some of the most popular sites listed below to start your itinerary or suggest something new.  Marble Mountains: This cluster of five limestone cliffs located south of Da Nang are named after the five elements. Marvel at these mystical caves with built-in pagodas and admire the sweeping views of the city and sea from viewpoints. Linh Ung Pagoda (Lady Buddha): With 17 floors – each dedicated to the ‘she’ Buddha – and standing at 67 meters high, Linh Ung is the tallest Buddhist statue in Vietnam. Explore the surrounding tranquil grounds with an impressive display of life-sized statues, and snap a few photos by the grand entrance.  Museum of Cham Sculpture: The Cham dynasty heavily influenced southern and central Vietnam, ruling over the area for several millennia. Though small, this museum holds the largest collection of Cham artifacts in the world. With over 300 pieces that date as far back as the 5th century, walk through the different exhibits taking in the many sandstone sculptures with their Hindu-influenced styles. Con Market/Han Market: Try tasty Vietnamese food from a selection of over 2000 stalls selling a wide choice of food. If souvenirs are preferred, the Han Market is known for vendors who sell everything from dried fruit to local knick-knacks. Dragon Bridge: Spanning approximately 200 meters end to end, and named aptly because it is shaped in the form of a dragon, this impressive bridge is a sight to behold. Visit during weekend nights and possibly catch the dragon spewing plumes of fire and water from its head.  My Khe Beach: This scenic beach with a never-ending shoreline is perfect to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Walk along the sandy shores, take a dip in the sea, grab local snacks at a nearby kiosk, or simply relax on the beach.

Da Nang: 5-Hour Guided Night Tour

9. Da Nang: 5-Hour Guided Night Tour

Discover how Da Nang comes to life at night on a guided evening tour. Explore this vibrant city’s relaxed riverbank, bustling marina, and enormous dragon-shaped bridge. Hop aboard a cruise down the Han River, stopping to admire panoramic city views and scenes of local life. Afterwards, visit the impressive Da Nang Dragon Bridge. Spanning an awe-inspiring 200 meters and resembling a majestic dragon, this world-famous bridge is truly a sight to behold. Finally, wrap things up with a delicious dinner or shop for handicrafts at Helio Night Market. See how the locals love live music, explore a dance arcade, and visit countless food stands.

From Hoi An: Da Nang Night Life Tour With Sun Wheel Ride

10. From Hoi An: Da Nang Night Life Tour With Sun Wheel Ride

Da Nang is an attractive destination for most visitors all over the world. Coming to Da Nang, you will perceive a developing and hospitable city in Vietnam. First on the agenda is a ride on the largest observation wheel in Vietnam, the Sun Wheel where you will enjoy the magnificent view over the harbor and city. After the ride, we will have a delicious dinner then hop on a boat at Bach Dang Wharf to journey along Han River with a great view of the unique bridges in Da Nang. It is definitely a great tour for experiencing the modern and sparkling vibe of Da Nang. Da Nang by night is very noisy and crowded with visitors from all over the world. The city with nine beautiful bridges designed with different models and these bridges have made up a “complex of distinct infrastructure” for Da Nang City. Nine bridges are brightly lighted and attract a lot of visitors. Each bridge has different features of architecture and style and all contribute to making the perfect picture for Da Nang City. Many activities are often celebrated in this city. Especially, taking a tour around the city at night, you can enjoy the comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. Note: Dragon Bridge displays breathing fire and water every Saturday and Sunday night at 21:00.

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The excursion was well organized. We went directly to the market in Hoi An, bought the ingredients together and then took the minibus to the basket boat ride. The basket boat ride was relatively unspectacular and the drivers were very keen on tips. At the end you could go fishing for crabs, that was really fun! The highlight, however, was the cooking class itself. We cooked a 4-course meal. All steps were explained well and in detail. In the end we were stuffed and very happy about this experience. Cooking course gladly again. You can save yourself a basket boat trip.

What an incredible experience! We started with a nice tour around the market, then we jumped on a ferry up the Thu Bon river, onto a basket boat to Sabirama. It was a treat to get to make 4 dishes from scratch, each dish the chef explained each ingredient and how they blended together. I was lucky, since one of the dishes (bun cuon) is me favorite and I have never made it from scratch before. If you are looking for a fun and yummy experience, this is for you.

The boat ride was a fun way to start the day. It was very cute how the lady made us shrimp and flower finger rings out of palm trees. Then we started our cooking class. Lilly was very friendly and explained it in a simple way. Cooking the rice pancake was a bit scary because of the flames, but Lilly was always on hand to help.

The cooking class was a fun and unique way to experience the food in Hoi An. The chef and all staff involved in the tour were very professional and knowledgeable and we had lots of fun. The food was good

All around excellent tour. The cooking class was 10/10 so the basket boat, massage, market tour were all bonuses and equally wonderful. The guides were kind and efficient.