Hoi An, with its beautifully restored houses, shops and public buildings, is one huge attraction in itself but there are certain sights that should be highlighted and underscored for the visitor.
Hoi An Food Tour is top 1 day trip in Hoi An. Hoi An Local Street tour focus on street food which you would not get if you were just a tourist walking around by yourself. You will discover some hidden Hoi An streets at the back of our tour guides ‘motorbikes. Our enthusiastic tour guides will show you best place to eat with Hoi An styles of eating as well as offer much insights to the street food than meets the eyes.
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If you love photography and want to experience a REAL Hoi An’s life (without tourists), “Xin Chao ” Hoi An Tour is a must do. You can find good spots for good pictures everywhere since during the day there are a lot of tourists and locals walking the streets. You will discover Hoi An’s ancient town charm with a walk through the town as it begins to come alive. Your journey includes a sunrise visit to the fragrant and colourful Hoi An Market where you can feel the noisy and hurried atmosphere of wholesale market. You will enjoy “Banh my” for breakfast along with a cup of Vietnamese coffee. Hoi An in the morning is very different and unique, you will explore the way the locals live within 3 hours of walking.
Cam Kim is a scenic rural island which is almost entirely free of tourists. This pleasant ride gives the cyclist a fantastic sampling of the countryside of Vietnam, meandering through stunning rural scenes, rice paddies, villages, fields of water buffalo and local life. Cam KimBicycle Tour aims to provide unusual tours that create memories which will remain with you forever. Our FREE tour experiences are heightened by the absence of souvenir sellers along the route so that all you see are the REAL friendly Vietnamese faces. It is truly local culture explore.
Free bike tour is ranked top 9 day trip tour in Hoi An
Day trip 4 in Hoi An: Tra Que Village
Tra Que is a charming little village on the edge of Hoi An, the village is famous for its sweet scented & green vegetables that spice up on the daily meals of Hoi An people. The village is about 200 years old. Come here, you will have a chance to discover the art of cultivating and water plants, tasting and doing a cooking class with local dishes prepared by host. You can see a wide variety of organic vegetables growing as well as flowers and other produce. Tra Que Bicycle Tour aims to provide unusual tours that create memories which will remain with you forever. Our tour experiences are heightened by the absence of souvenir sellers along the route so that all you see are the REAL friendly Vietnamese faces. It is truly local culture explore. You can be taught how to make traditional Vietnamese foods at local people’s houses. Besides, you can enjoy the food you made and have lunch with local people.
Day trip 5 in Hoi An: Cham Island Diving
There are eight different islands in the Cu Lao Cham but people only live on the biggest of the islands. Cham Island is blessed with genuine fishing villages surrounded by untamed jungles and beautiful beaches. Divers who come here will be able to experience everything from the coral gardens to reefs as well as wild rock formations and more. Diving companies there are able to accommodate every level of diving ability.
Day trip 6 in Hoi An: Tra Nhieu fishing village
Tra Nhieu lies about 17 kms to the southeast downstream from Hoi An. It is one of the few villages still retaining Vietnamese rural features. Most of villagers still live by old-aged traditional occupations passed down from previous generations; most typical is the traditional sedge mat weaving, and fishing in both the river and sea. The local life does not depend much on machines; most tasks are performed by hands and at the will of nature.
In seventeen century, Tra Nhieu used to be a crowded habour where trading boats from all over the world came and tranferred goods to Hoi An. However, due to annual flooding traders were afraid Tra Nhieu could not continue and they develop Hoi An as a variable port. Due to the many wars, all that is left of Tra Nhieu that proves the existence of this once busy foreign trading port is the ancient well.