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The first experience in the ancient city of Hue is a spellbinding adventure through its enchanting nightlife, courtesy of a cyclo evening food tour. Begin at a lively bar with welcome drinks and amuse-bouche, followed by a culinary journey exploring Hue’s cuisine with a range of delights from light finger foods to savoring vegetarian dishes influenced by the city’s rich Buddhist traditions. Escape from tourist spots to discover the true essence of Hue’s serene night, relishing crispy pancakes, lemongrass skewers, and concluding with sweet soups in a delightful array of colors and flavors. Immerse yourself in the authentic flavors and vibrant atmosphere of Hue’s culinary scene.
Start a captivating bicycle journey through the enchanting Kim Long village, where you’ll unravel the secrets of Hue’s unique landscape architecture and lush gardens. Immerse yourself in the rich culture by visiting mandarin and village temples, and savor the warmth of a three-generation family’s homemade feast and relax with a herbal foot bath. In the afternoon, wander through the lively market of Bao Vinh, hop on a ferry to artisanal villages, and pedal through vibrant flower fields. Engage in crafting traditional Thanh Tien paper flowers, explore a xylographic printing artisan’s workshop, and culminate your journey at a centuries-old village pagoda. Finally, unwind with a serene dragon boat ride, seamlessly transitioning from the past to modern life.
Embark on a captivating journey through Hue’s soul, uncovering its nature, history, and vibrant community. Cycle along the Perfume River, witnessing lush gardens and a floating bridge, before visiting the royal mausoleum of Gia Long, the unifier of Vietnam in 1802. Explore the villages near Duong Hoa, a significant site from the First Indochina War, then enjoy a peaceful tea break at a local farm. Indulge in a nutritious lunch at a herbal farm, discovering Vietnamese herbs and their medicinal uses, before a leisurely cycle back to your hotel.
In the early morning, embark on a brief drive to a fishing village near Tam Giang Lagoon, situated approximately 10 km east of Hue. Once arrived, enjoy a leisurely sampan ride around the lagoon, immersing yourself in the mosaic of life on the waters. Join a local fisherman to learn age-old fishing techniques, casting nets to catch crabs, fish, shrimp, and more. After you return to shore, you’ll have the chance to take a leisurely stroll through the rustic countryside en route to an ancient temple, where you can lend a helping hand to a farmer in the fields. Explore the rural market, savour local delicacies, or purchase some snacks for the ride home, as the mood strikes you.