Group Tour: Morning Street Food Walking Tour
Rice porridge- Chao, Cao Lau Noodles, Vietnamese coffee, Pho, Vietnamese banh mi
Hoi An morning street food walking tour is a combination food-tasting and walking tour around the town. All food stalls or restaurants use sanitary cooking practices and fresh ingredients. We want you to come away from your visit to Hoi An having also experienced it’s rich culture, mouth-watering cuisine, and wonderful people.
Hoi An morning street food walking tour takes you off the beaten path to get a unique glimpse into daily life in this lovely city. Hoi An morning street food walking tour focuses on the unique local street food of Hoi An. During four hours walking tour, you’ll enjoy generous dishes. We lead small group (up to 12) through real neighborhoods to indulge in Hoi An’s best foods at places that have been making these food for generations. Each of our unique food tastings is combined with fun insights and anecdotes on food culture and local traditions.
Hoi An morning street food walking tour is more than a food tour because throughout the tour we give your stomachs a little break to discover some unforgettable cultural & historical attractions that you otherwise would’ ve missed. Enough food is served that most participants will not need lunch or dinner after the tour. We recommend you to eat a light breakfast or lunch before the tour.
Highlights in Hoi An morning street food walking tour
Taste all unique local street food of Hoi An.
7 tasting locations, 10 delicious samples (enough for lunch).
Laugh and Learn about local culture and food history.
Explore some places that are not in your guidebook.
Learn how to make white rose.
Small group tour of 12 participants ensures more personalized service.
Departure time: 7.30 AM for hot summer and 8.00 AM for cool weather.
Finishing time: 12.00 noon.
Duration: 4 hours.
Group size: 12 people maximum.
Weather condition: Tour takes place rain or shine.
What to bring:
Hat or cap.
1 bottle of water.
Rice porridge- Chao.
Cao Lau Noodles.
Vietnamese banh mi.
Making white rose + vac cake.