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Hoi An Ancient Town Walking Tour

1. Hoi An Ancient Town Walking Tour

Following pickup from your hotel in Da Nang or Hoi An city center, head to the historic heart to see the UNESCO World Heritage monuments of Hoi An Ancient Town. Admire different architectural styles and soak up the atmosphere as you stroll among ancient houses that combine elements of Vietnam, China, and Japan. Get a glimpse back through history to a more subdued and simple time. Look inside the impressive Hoi An Museum, see remarkable assembly halls of Chinese influence, and visit a handicraft workshop and the beautiful Japanese Covered Bridge. Available as a shared or private tour.

Hoi An: Half-Day Guided Walking Tour in a Small Group

2. Hoi An: Half-Day Guided Walking Tour in a Small Group

Exploring Hoi An on foot is one of the best ways to take in the charms of this town. Its unique atmosphere has been created by a combination of Vietnamese, Chinese, and Japanese influences. On this guided walk you’ll see a number of ancient houses, reminiscent of times long past. You’ll visit the Hoi An Museum and admire the architecture of many of the town’s ancient houses, see the Chinese-influenced Assembly Hall, a handicraft workshop, and the well-known Japanese Covered Bridge. An optional stop is at the private home of Diep Dong Nguyen (subject to availability), which features a stunning collection of artifacts ranging from pottery to seals and paintings, to money and old Hoi An photographs.

Hoi An: Private Walking Tour and Cooking Class

3. Hoi An: Private Walking Tour and Cooking Class

Discover the history and flavors of Vietnam during this combined 5-hour walking and cooking tour of Hoi An. This private tour will allow you to get an insight into Hoi An from your local leader. Listed by UNESCO as a beautifully-preserved example of a historic Southeast Asian trading port, see colorful buildings of historical and cultural significance. Wander along relaxing streets that are off-limits to cars and stroll past the many Chinese Assembly Halls, such as the Cantonese Chinese Congregation with its impressive main altar, and the Hainan Chinese Congregation, which serves as a memorial to the 107 Hainan Island merchants that were killed during the reign of Emperor Tu Duc after they were mistaken for pirates. Stop by the covered 16th-Century Japanese Bridge, with its Buddhist pagoda and constructed to provide a link between the Japanese and Chinese communities. Then head to a family-run restaurant for your cooking class. Meet with your chef, who will explain the range of dishes that you will prepare, before taking you to a local market to stock up on fresh produce. Learn how to choose the best supplies and discover some of the less-familiar ingredients. Back at the restaurant, discover recipes that will wow your family and friends back home, and learn the tricks to preparing some of Vietnam’s legendary meals. At the end of your lesson, sit down to feast on all the delicious dishes you have created.

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What people are saying about Fujian Assembly Hall

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 21 reviews

Outstanding tour!

My husband and I had the privilege to take this tour which actually has 2 parts, the city tour and the cooking class. Both the guide and the chef were extremely pleasant and knowledgeable. It was very clear they both loved Hoi An and enjoyed sharing their city with us. In addition to truely enjoying the tour, our guide Luong Nguyen was an angel. I was unfortunately pickpocketed the night before and she could tell I was Cleary unsettled. She went above and beyond to assist me in the recovery of my wallet. She renewed my faith in people. I know she is the kind of person who generally cares about others. Her expert knowledge made me forget about my troubles during the tour. You will be lucky to have her as your guide!

wonderful city

The young guide, a trained local named Tuyet, took care of her very lovingly and brought us closer to the city and its sights in her very loving way. We got an insight into the history, way of life of the families, ethnological development, etc. She also showed us her local highlights, took us to a local theater ... a comprehensive picture so ...... We were extremely impressed every second felt comfortable and well looked after. That was a city break at its best!

The guide was fantastic.. did visit hoi an last year .. the guide showed us far more than we had seen before. A big Thankyou for making our tour a happy tour

The tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. We had a lovely day and learnt a lot about the beautiful city of Hoi An. It was an excellent experience.

We had a very nice trip with Hung. He is a very talented young guide. We had so much fun on our tour!!