vietnam cooking tours deliver vietnamese cooking styles
the secrets of vietnamese cooking
This Vietnam cooking tour includes the combination of great Vietnamese cooking experience and beautiful landscapes. After Vietnam cooking tours, you will find out the secret links between Vietnamese food and nature to use at your home for better health and life. Limited offers for Vietnam cooking tours.
Hanoi hotel: Galaxy, Thanglong - deluxe
Halong bay cruise Paloma - superior
Hue hotel: Park view - suporior
Hoian hotel: Ancient house - Garden view
Saigon hotel: Oscar Saigon - Royal deluxe
Deluxe travel style:
Hanoi hotel: Sunway - superior
Halong bay cruise: victory, emotion
Hue: Saigon Morin - deluxe
Hoi An hotel: Hoian beach resort - deluxe
Saigon hotel: Grand - deluxe
Luxury travel style:
Hanoi hotel: Sharaton, Intercontinental
Halong bay cruises: Indochina Sails, Victory star - deluxe
Hue hotel: La Residence Resort - deluxe
Hoian hotel: Paml Garden - deluxe sea view
Saigon hotel:Sofitel Plaza - superior
Best of luxury travel:
Hanoi hotel: Sofitel Metrople(grand luxury)
Halong bay cruise: Jamine(suite)- Victory star(private)
Hue hotel: La Residence Resort - deluxe river view
Hoian hotel: The Nam Hai resort - 01 Bedroom Villa
Saigon hotel: Park Hyatt Saigon - Park Room
Trip name:The secrets of Vietnamese cooking.
Trip Code: VNPT - 01( + Departure date).
Length of the trip: 14 days and 13 nights.
Trip type: Private & Daily departure.
Trip starts in: Hanoi City.
Trip ends in: Hanoi City.
Required booking time: At least 20 days in advance for individuals and 45 days in advance for group.
Day 1: Hanoi Arrival (Meals : N/A)
Our guide will Welcome you at Hanoi airport. Transfer to your hotel for overnight .
day 2: discover charming hanoi
Our chef will explain how to choose cooking ingredients at the local market. Listen to clear cooking demonstration and actively take part in making Vietnamese cooking dishes. After the class, lunch will be served from all the different dishes prepared during the demonstration.
Afternoon, Visit Temple of Literature(First university built in 1070 AD), Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and one pillar pagoda. Enjoy easy walking around exciting old quarters known as 36 commercial streets and the unique traditional water puppetry show(performed in Vietnam since 11 century)(Meals: B/L )
Day 3: Halong Bay highlights vietnam tour packages
8:30 Drive through the scenic Red River delta to Halong Bay. On arrival, enjoy amazing cruise around many of 3,000 amazingly shaped karst islands rising from the clear water. Explore Thien Cung cave, the most beautiful hidden cave under towering cliffs. Have fresh local seafood lunch on Halong bay cruise. Check in and overnight in Halong city(Meals: B/L).
Day 4: halong bay - hue
Free at leisure or swimming on the beach. After lunch, visit Dong Trieu pottery and ceramic village on the way to the airport for fight to Hue. Overnight in Hue
Day 5: discover charming ancient hue
Visit Dong Ba Market with the chef of the Y Thao Garden House. She will give instructions on how to choose food for our Vietnamese cooking lesson. Take notes and prepare different dishes under the chef guide. Lunch is served with our prepared dishes.
Afternoon, visit the most famous Thien Mu Pagoda overlooking perfume river and the forbiden city(Meals: B/L)
Day 6: hue - hoian
Morning visit to Tu Duc mausoleum before driving to Hoian. Visit enchanting Hoian town, UNESCO world heritage site with famous stops at ancient shop houses, chinese temples, 400 year old Japanese bridge(Meals: B/L)
Day 7: discover vietnam cooking style in hoian
Under the chef explanation, we choose our cooking materials at the local market. Take a leisurely 25 minute cruise along the Hoian river to the Red Bridge Cooking School. Enjoy local river life with beautiful and colorful photos if you bring your camara. On arrival, explore the herb and vegetable garden before the chef teaches us to prepare and cook some famous dishes. Together with a brief introduction to Vietnamese food carving for plate decoration, you can prepare great parties at home. Free discovery Hoian town (Meals: B/L).
Day 9: Hoian - saigon
After breakfast, catch the flight to Saigon city or Ho Chi Minh. Check in for refreshment. Afternoon, discover the art of Vietnam cuisine under our chef guidance. Prepare, cook and eat our dishes with cheer as your dinner(Meals: B/D)
Day 10: discover saigon
Visit the Notre Dame Cathedral, Post Office with the best examples of classic French colonial architecture and the War Remnants museum with many war images. Afternoon, visit Hau Temple devoted to the Goddess of Mothers and Newborn Babies and the vibrant atmosphere of Ben Thanh Market where you can buy a wide selection of goods ranging from fake Nike trainers to beautiful silk Ao Dais. Back to the hotel. Overnight in Saigon(Meals: B)
Day 11: saigon departure
Free on your own and transfer to the airport to catch fight back home. End of Vietnam tours(Meals: B)
Vietnam cooking tour is designed for those who love cooking and discover the links between beautiful landscapes, food and cultures. After Vietnam cooking holidays, you will be able to cook wonderful Vietnamese cuisine for your parties. Limited offers.
+ Daily expense
+ No drinks
+ Tips & gratuity to drive and guides
+ Personal travel & medical insurance
+ Other things not included in the programme
+ Private A/C luxury car/van/bus
+ Accommodation: twin-share
+ Entrance and sightseeing fees
+ English or French speaking guide
+ Great Vietnamese food as the programme
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Dear Mr. Huy Hoang
We had a wonderful amazing trip and will return as soon as we can afford it again. Thank you so much! I will write a great review on tripadvisor. Really the guides and hotels and tours were awesome. Ms. Nhung was very sweet and refreshingly honest, very likeable. Mr. Tam was fantastic, highly knowledgeable and funny. Probably our best "tour" was the day we spent on motor bikes visiting the tombs near Hue. The bikes allow for a much more intimate view of the countryside. And then - as I wrote - Mr. An was absolutely the best guide ever...Read more