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Tên đăng nhập: hoiantravel
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Tên: hoi an
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Gia nhập: 5/12/2017
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Hue cooking class - Local food of Hue imperial
5/18/2017 10:09:43 AM
Taste of Hue with Cooking Class The city of Hue is famous not only for the UNESCO recognized heritage sites but also its impressive culinary arts. Hue became a very important province in the country for more than a hundred of years as the last imperial family of Vietnam – the Nguyen dynasty, built the citadel and summoned all known and impressive cooks and chefs all over the country and some from neighboring countries to serve the royal family and the high ranking officials. [URL=""]cooking class hue vietnam - hue cooking class tour[/URL] These masters of culinary arts eventually taught some Hue locals to how to prepare these delectable royal dishes and snacks. As the time goes by, the locals perfected their masterpieces and were able to serve them to their family members. In return to the favor given to them, locals are willing to teach culinary enthusiasts who desire to explore the famous Hue cuisine. The Hue cooking class tour in the country side will let you discover hidden gem of the Hue province. You will not only learn how to cook the amazing dishes of Hue but you will also have the opportunity to have a real experience with the locals by trying their daily routines yourself. We will pick you up at your hotel by a motorbike and enjoy the view of the rice fields, lotus farms and some farm animals as we make our way to the village. The cooking class will be held in the Thanh Toan Village where the Thanh Toan tiled roof bridge is located. Thanh Toan tiled roof bridge looks the same as the famous Japanese Bridge in Hoi An. Thanh Toan tile roofed bridge is the only bridge of its kind in Vietnam aside from the one in Hoi An. You will be able to visit the famous bridge and the museum of the village while on the way to the local market to buy ingredients that will use in the cooking class.

things to do in Hoi An - travel hoi an
5/12/2017 10:55:57 AM
1) FULL MOON LANTERN FESTIVAL If you happen to be in Hoi An on the 14th of any lunar month, you will be able to enjoy the Full Moon Lantern Festival. This is a date where locals honour their ancestors; burning incense, offering fruit and flowers and also burning fake money outside homes and businesses for good luck and prosperity. There are also plenty of street musicians, Chinese chess matches being played and also poetry readings - there is also plenty of mouth-watering vegetarian street food on offer. The sky is beautifully lit with flickering candles and multi coloured lanterns with a fantastic vibe to match. Hoi An Lantern Festival is suitable for everything from young solo travelers to families, making it certainly one of the things to do in Hoi An if you get lucky with your dates! Da Nang airport transfer - hoiantravel 2) MID AUTUMN FESTIVAL This festival is going to be a little bit more difficult to attend for those who only have a short stay in Hoi An - it only occurs on the 14th and 15th of the 8th lunar month each year. It marks the end of the rice harvest for each year and is a chance for families to celebrate a good yield, spend time with their children and most importantly - chase away bad spirits and honour the full moon! For thousands of years, these kinds of traditions have been forming the heart of Vietnamese communities, making it a beautiful event to attend. 3) COOKING CLASSES Everybody loves food! Cooking classes in Hoi An are an amazing opportunity to absorb the local culture, with many dishes being unique to this region of Vietnam. The best part is, there is no shortage of tours due to this being one of the most popular things to do in Hoi An - with everything to hour long cooking classes to full-day tours where you go to the market and vegetable farms yourself! You also have your choice between a restaurant or a home and what kind of dishes you want to be cooking. One thing is for certain though - you won't leave a cooking class hungry! Expect to pay around $30-35 USD for the classic half-day cooking class and upwards for anything longer and more extravagant. 4) YOGA Something a little bit different from the more common tourist options, Yoga in Hoi An is a great opportunity to take some care of your health and well being! This can be relatively expensive and almost close to standard western prices, but there are multiple options throughout Hoi An and Da Nang for anyone from beginners to kids yoga to more advanced classes. There are even meditation classes available, and the the best part is the location of course! We recommend buying a short-term membership if you plan on going more than once during your stay, as it is much more cost effective. 5) DO A HOMESTAY This is becoming an increasingly more popular option all over the world but especially in Asia, despite being less luxurious than a larger hotel! Anyone from solo backpackers to whole families and looking toward the home-stay accommodation, and there are many reasons why. A homestay is essentially an informal hotel built on a family property, but it is far more personal as you get to know the family and there are only usually a few guests (or just yourself!). Many offer help with all tours, cooking classes held in the home and have bikes to use during your stay. There is nothing better than a home-cooked breakfast made to your liking - and the families are always more than hospitable. Most have clean rooms, pretty little courtyards and are located in great locations - one of our favourite things to do in Hoi An ! 6) SELF-GUIDED TOUR OF HOI AN Strolling through the streets of Hoi An is still one of the best ways to take in the towns beautiful charm. Take a few hours from your day to simply get lost with plan - take a walk along the river, head into the Ancient Town to see the heritage sites, rent a bicycle and cycle around the city or simply sit at one of the many friendly cafes for some people-watching. The sites, smells and sounds of Hoi An are tantalizing for the senses. We believe that sometimes the best plan is no plan, especially when visiting a town like Hoi An! hoi an ancient town - things to do 7) TRY THE LOCAL DISHES People often forget that Central Vietnam has some unique and distinctive dishes, offering alternative flavours from the north and south of Vietnam respectively. Everything from the meat and vegetables to the water used to cook is sourced locally, making these dishes extra special. The top 3 to try are: Cao Lau - a delicious dark broth with fat yellow noodles, slices of juicy pork, green vegetables and served with bean sprouts and crispy croutons. Com Ga - fluffy rice cooked in chicken stock and tumeric, with shredded chicken and mashed onions. Served with fresh Vietnamese coriander and spices - very spicy chili sauce optional! When being served to customers, it is decorated with peppermint, papaya and salted onions. Hoi An White Rose - this unique dish is an appetizer that lives true to its name! This is a type of shrimp dumpling made from white dough bunched up to look like a rose. Shrimp and pork are then carefully placed upon it with crispy shallots with a mouth-watering dipping sauce made from shrimp broth, hot chilies, lemon and sugar! 8) DO A VEGETABLE VILLAGE TOUR One of the best things to do in Hoi An is to take a day seeing where all the fresh produce comes from! What makes the cuisine so amazing in this popular destination, is that almost everything is locally sourced and produced in a unique way. One example is Tra Que Village, a small farming village between Hoi Ans center and Ang Bang beach. As opposed to using any fertilizers or chemicals in vegetable production, Tra Que only use a particular algae found in the area that give all the vegetables a distinct flavor and vibrant colour! Day tours out to this village are available and is a great chance to see how some of the local farmers work - you can even work on the farm too! VEGETABLE VILLAGE TOUR - Things to do in hoi an city 9) ENJOY THE LOCAL BEER This is a staple for most people! Vietnam beer culture is very popular and the ale itself is easy to drink - far lower in alcohol percentage than standard beers at 3%! Bia Hanoi is what you will find the most, but other local alternatives are available such as Larue; all served in a chilled glass. There is ample bars river and beach-side with fantastic views, so simply go for a walk through the Ancient Town or head down to Cua Dai beach and take your pick! There is also a sports bar for those wanting to catch their favorite sports live from back home. Best enjoyed with some of the cheap local salted peanuts. beer in hoi an - things to do 10) TAKE A BOAT TRIP This is easily one of our favorite things to do in Hoi An. If you want to step it up from lying on the beach, you can take a boat trip down the Thu Bon River - with one hour trips being quite cheap with no reservation required. A sampan (flat-bottomed wooden canoes) are the preferred option as they are traditional and more memorable, and are usually rowed by old friendly women. You will cover a deceiving amount of ground in an hour or two, so its a great opportunity to get away from the city center and see some more of rural Hoi An. things in hoi an 11) VOLUNTEER WORK IN HOI AN This might not be on the forefront of peoples mind when considering things to do in Hoi An, but it is a beautiful opportunity to give back to the local community and help those that need it. Over the years, Hoi An has been ravaged by many natural disasters and as a result, the prevalence of poverty in the area has worsened. Many of the charity foundations are run by expats and your money will be well used to helping feed those in need, support for disabled people in the community or simply towards boosting Hoi Ans economy through job creation. We recommend not going to orphanages simply to take photos or giving street children money in hopes of them using it for schooling - but rather see a trusted source and ensure your money or time can be utilized to make a difference. source:

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