If you are a foodie, it is not missed tour to get the feel for this lovely Hue city. Street vendors, restaurant owners and the array of characters you meet on the way make this tour being truly unique experience.
Legend has it that the Nguyen kings, who ruled a united Vietnam from Hue in the 19th century, refused to eat the same meal twice in a year, so their cooks came up with hundreds of distinct, visually arresting dishes (most using the same few dozen ingredients).
-Walking along Hue’s Streets to see Hue city night’s life, Trang Tien Bridge, Ho Chi Minh Memorial House.
-Try street food:
1. Beo cake (literally water fern cake), Nam cake (steamed shrimp rice cake), Loc cake (steamed clear tapioca cake)
2. Bun Bo Hue – Hue Beef vermicelli
3. Banh Khoai – Hue fried pancake with shrimps, pork, eggs and bean sprouts
4. Vietnamese Coffee / Hue local beer
-Trip ends, free walking exploring night market in Hue city.