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Merely 5 km from Hue centre, Thuy Bieu village is a hidden gem of untouched nature and culture. The village features the unique housing style of Hue, a “garden home” with small cottages hidden in luxuriant gardens, long gates and fences carved out of ornamental trees.
Like Saigon, Dalat’s charms are in the details; one of which is the food. Dalat’s altitude and cool climate make it ideal for growing vegetables and this has earned it the epithet ‘vegetable garden of the south.
Get hands-on experience of Vietnamese cuisine and a solid introduction to Hanoi`s culinary culture through our half-day cooking programme, including a cyclo tour to visit a local street market followed
Hoa Sua is an organization that is designed to give disadvantaged youth life and vocational training skills. Hoa Sua’s Training Resturaunt gives it’s students a place to learn and deliver an excellent customer dining experience. Our students serve great Vietnamese and French cuisine in an elegant setting.
Hue was the site of some of the most destructive and mind-changing battles of the Vietnam War (known locally as the American War). With such a rich history, the city claims several distinctive dishes.
The best Hoi An dishes are exclusively available within the UNESCO World Heritage Site which is this remarkable city, utilising fresh greens, herbs, fish, meat, and even water from the neighbouring Tra Que Vegetable Village, Cham Island, Ba Le Well, and Cam Nam Village.
Explore and learn the secrets of central Vietnam cuisine. Enjoy an excellent foot massage with herbal treatment
Get hands-on experience of Vietnamese cuisine and a solid introduction to Hanoi`s culinary culture through our half-day cooking programme, including a cyclo tour to visit a local street market followed by a cooking session focusing on active participation and fun.
Ho Chi Minh City is the must visited city in Vietnam. Many of the city’s landmarks which are well known to international visitors include the Opera House, City Hall, Notre Dame, Post Office and Walking street.
From delicious food to beautiful French architecture to an up-and-coming craft beer scene, you’ll find no lack of things to do in Ho Chi Minh City.
Tra Que is a charming little village on the edge of Hoi An, the village is named after the sweet scented vegetables that spice up the everyday meals of the Pho Hoi people.