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Hue: Motorbike Tour to Hoi An

1. Hue: Motorbike Tour to Hoi An

With an early hotel pick-up at 8:30 AM, guests will be asked to secure their luggage with the individual drivers before the adventure begins. The first stop is Thanh Toan Village, where the group can get a glimpse of daily small-town life and culture. After a quick coffee break, the tour continues on to the fishing village to learn about the coastal traditions of this area. With a break at the scenic Elephant Waterfall, the group can enjoy swimming and relaxing amongst stunning landscapes. As the group travels to Lang Co Beach, there is time to take in the famous Phu Gia Pass and peninsula views. Once at the beach, the group will stop for a local lunch and the opportunity to take photos. Da Nang Beach is world-famous for its history and beauty and is the perfect spot to capture unforgettable seaside memories. After lunch, the group will move on to visit the Marble Mountain, with climbing optional. Departing from the Marble Mountain, the group continues on to the final stop of Hoi An, where the tour ends.  

Hoi An or Da Nang: Top Gear Hai Van Pass Motorbike Adventure

2. Hoi An or Da Nang: Top Gear Hai Van Pass Motorbike Adventure

After pick-up at your hotel in the morning, prepare bike, bag, protection gear and meet other travelers at supplier's office. Depart and leave the city behind and head into the countryside. Take a short stop at Thanh Toan roof-tile bridge, one of oldest bridges in Vietnam. Visit a farm museum to see local Vietnamese rice harvesting methods. Ride further on the HW1 to visit Elephant Springs where you can swim in fresh spring water from the Bach Ma Mountains. Continue on to Lang Co Bay and enjoy local food at a boat-house on the lagoon. Now it's time for the highlight of the trip. Start seeing the best views from Hai Van Pass, and reach the top of the mountains where you can see all the way back to Hue or to Da Nang. Take short trek to the top for more beautiful views Ride down to Da Nang city, along the beach then visit Marble Mountains where you'll take a short trek. Ride back to Hoi An along the beach before returning to your hotel.o your hotel

From Hue: Hai Van Pass Motorbike Tour to Da Nang or Hoi An

3. From Hue: Hai Van Pass Motorbike Tour to Da Nang or Hoi An

Start your experience with hotel pickup in Hue, where your driver will load your backpack on to the motorbike. Set off on a day of sightseeing as you drive along the beautiful coastal road to your destination. Admire rice fields and tranquil villages along the road, and take a break at Lap An Lagoon to snap photos of the beautiful lake. Continue to Lang Co Beach, where you can swim and enjoy a seafood lunch at your own expense. Pass bunkers from the Vietnam War as you cross the famous Hai Van Pass, and enjoy panoramic views over the ocean. Make a stop in the Marble Mountains to explore colorful Buddhist temples and amazing caves before being dropped off in Da Nang or Hoi An.

Hue by Night on Motorbike Tour

4. Hue by Night on Motorbike Tour

Discover Hue on a unique tour that takes you through the city at night on a motorbike. Pass by all of the city's highlights while learning about them from your expert guide. Enjoy the Hue Royal Show and take a ride on a dragon boat. This five-hour tour begins with a vegetarian dinner at the best vegetarian restaurant in Hue. Continue afterwards to the Citadel to admire its ancient architecture and learn about the history of the Nguyen Dynasty. Then enjoy the Hue Royal Show which introduces the beauty of Vietnam's traditional dress "ao dai". After the 1.5-hour show, continue by walking along the Perfume River, visiting the night market close by, and experiencing a 20-minute dragon boat trip to see the lights on the famous river. End the tour by enjoying a drink and even try on some costumes at the Royal Pavillon.

Hue: 5-Hour Street Food Tour by Motorbike

5. Hue: 5-Hour Street Food Tour by Motorbike

Hue Street Food Tour by night is a food tour for tourists who would like to try Hue street food in small, local places. Hue is the best city for local food with many royal dishes from the past. In Vietnam, each dish features a specific region. However, for tourist, especially foreigners, finding the best street food restaurants is quite challenging. Many expensive restaurants in tourist areas do not really serve good food. Therefore, by taking this tour, you will easily get to see the best street food as the lady bikers are the local people here. You will also have a chance to explore every hidden corner in Hue, in places that you may never expect. Moreover, lady bikers will be great company with many interesting stories and urban legends related to Hue cuisine. You will be introduced to some of Hue’s well-known specialties such as Vietnamese tea, Hue royal cakes, Hue khot cake, Vietnamese BBQ, grilled fish, grilled squid, Hue beef noodle soup, sweet soup and much more. In addition, your lady bikers will take you around the city. Therefore, you can both enjoy the food and the beauty of Hue city by night. Highlights of the Hue Street Food Tour By Night:  - 18:30: Pick-up from your hotel and briefing about the program - 19:00: Start the tour with some Hue local cakes such as loc cake, beo Cake, nam cake - 19:30: Visit Vong Canh Hill, where you can see the most beautiful views of Hue - 20:00: Enjoy the khot cake, an amazing local cake rolled with rice paper - 20:30: Continue with Vietnamese BBQ and try the local beer - 21:00: Enjoy Hue noodle soup - 21:30: Visit the night market and try Hue sweet soup with 20 kinds of sweet soups - 22:30: Finish the tour with a drop-off at your hotel

Hue: Vegetarian Food and Nightlife Tour by Motorbike

6. Hue: Vegetarian Food and Nightlife Tour by Motorbike

Your tour guide will pick you up from your accommodation in Hue. From there, you will hop on the motorbike and drive to an authentic Vietnamese restaurant, where you will try the following vegetarian dishes: 1. Nem rán chay (Hue-fried vegetable spring rolls) 2. Gỏi ngủ sắc (Five colors salad) 3. Đậu hủ cà chua (Tofu with tomato sauce) 4. Bánh Huế (Steamed rice cakes with green beans) 5. Cà tím rim gừng (Eggplant cooked with ginger) 6. Lẩu thập cẩm (Combination hotpot) Throughout the tour, the guide will also share stories about the local culture of Buddhism. They will explain how this religion has had a heavy influence on the daily lifestyle of the region, including how they cook their food. After the feast, get back on the motorbikes to head off to explore the nightlife of Hue. After discovering some off-the-beaten-path local hotspots, you will be dropped off back at your accommodation.

Hue: 4.5-Hour Countryside Motorbike Tour

7. Hue: 4.5-Hour Countryside Motorbike Tour

Departing at 7:30 AM, the tour begins with a quick safety briefing. Once this is complete, the group will leave for the countryside. Along the scenic route out to the rural area, the group will have many opportunities to take photos of local sights including rice stacks and temples. After arriving at the village, the group will stop to see the famous Covered Bridge at Thanh Toan. As the oldest bridge in the area, this is a beautiful spot to take photos and see the local culture. Continuing on, the group will then stop at the Traditional Farming Museum, where interesting information on the longstanding practices of local rice farmers can be found. The tour then makes a stop at the home of a local family. Here the group will learn about the art of traditional hat making from a survivor of the Vietnam War. She offers the group insight into a classic local art and also her experiences of wartime Vietnam. From there, the drivers will continue to the royal tombs of the of Nguyen Kings, as well as brief stopovers at other local attractions including the incense makers and wartime bunkers. The final stop will be the Thien Mu Pagoda and memorial to a monk who died protesting the government in 1963. From there, the group will head back to the hotel.

Hue Countryside Cooking Class Tour by Motorbike

8. Hue Countryside Cooking Class Tour by Motorbike

The Hue cooking class tour introduces you to cooking and tasting Vietnamese food – in particular Hue specialties. Take a trip to the countryside on the back of a motorbike. Imagine getting out of the hustle bustle of the city to get to the fresh and cool countryside with its endless paddy fields, bamboo forests and green gardens. You will be amazed by the life here, as you can also learn some of the local customs and culture while exploring the village’s market. Moreover, you will learn to cook with a friendly chef at a countryside restaurant and learn to make Vietnamese coffee with your female motorbike rider. Head to Thuy Chanh village, which is famous for Thanh Toan Bridge, the oldest bridge in Hue. The local market will be your first stop. There you will buy the necessary ingredients for your cooking class. Then, explore the vegetable garden of a local restaurant while enjoying Vietnamese tea. Later, prepare the ingredients and learn to cook three traditional Hue dishes. The lesson will finish at lunchtime, as you can enjoy your dishes along with two special dishes from the restaurant. However, that is not the end, you still have a Vietnamese coffee-making lesson before heading back to Hue.

Hue: 6-Hour Pottery Tour

9. Hue: 6-Hour Pottery Tour

Journey on the back of a motorbike to a pottery center. First, Hope Center will organize a unique experience with a raku pottery tour. You will be introduced to this traditional Japanese art of glazing pottery. You will also be able to decorate a pottery piece on your own. This is a really fascinating way to experience fire, water and clay. By coming on this tour, you will also learn sign language for communicating with the hearing impaired people in the social center. You can then communicate with the people who you will be making pottery with. Enjoy a hands-on pottery workshop and make your own ceramic works of art.

Hue: Royal Cake Cooking Class

10. Hue: Royal Cake Cooking Class

Hue is a charming city that is popular with tourists. Not only does it have beautiful landscapes and friendly locals but also wonderful local cuisines. Hue has an interesting history and was once a former capital of Vietnam. Hue is also famous for its popular royal cuisine and on this tour, you will have the chance to learn how to cook Hue royal cakes. This is a fun experience for anybody visiting the city and a chance to eat some delicious cakes.  Your time in the class will be spent learning from a local family, located in the lovely countryside. Learn how to bake traditional cakes such as loc cake, beo cake, and nam cake. You'll go in the morning to the market all together to buy the ingredients and then spend approximately 4 hours cooking, before enjoying your creations.

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What people are saying about Hue, Vietnam

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 12 reviews

We had a great time travelling with Tri and Long from Hue to Hoi An, even though it started off chucking it down with rain we had waterproofs that kept us warm and dry! We made lots of stops along the way learning about local culture and history, as well as some stunning views. My favourite stops were Marble Mountains for the detailed carvings (plus it had stopped raining) and Lang Co Beach where we had a delicious lunch and the locals were so friendly, if it wasn’t raining the beach would have been lush to walk along too!

After a bit of confusion about the booking at the start everything went well. Sherlock my guide was friendly and knowledgeable and could answer any questions I had along the way. The bike I had was good and handles well even the few times it rained. All up it was a good day.

Wow what an AMAZING tour! My guide was a very nice enthusiastic young guy who spoke very good English, was interested and knew a lot to tell. Stopped at many places along the way for fantastic pictures, felt very safe and really enjoyed it! Huge recommendation!

It was a great tour. Punctual pick-up at the hotel. Great places, people and lots of information. Good English. We recommend.

My driver was great, very friendly and personable. We joined another group since I was solo and met very nice people.