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South East Asia的獨特新鮮事

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Minh's Unique Street Food Adventure
There are 2 times of a day you can join : Lunch time: 11AM - 2PM (Pick - up time 9h30AM - 10AM) Dinner time: 6PM - 9PM (Pick - up time 5h30PM - 6PM) Time will be adjusted by yourself if you want to have a private tour. The guide will pick you up at your hotel located in The Old Quarter. If not, the time and meeting point will be provided to you. We will have 3 hours walking around every single corners of Hanoi Old Quarter where we can seat on a small plastic chairs and using chopsticks like a local people. You’ll explore the culture, history of Hanoi, step into a world full of street food vendors. Unlike big cities all around the world, street food in Hanoi are not just hot dog carts and pretzel stands, we offer an opportunity to try out around 8 different dishes at local food stand, family restaurants… A rotating menu from day-to-day to represent the variety of delicious options. Based on the hotel i pick up you and your request, i will take you to different places and enjoy food. So please give me more details if you are vegetarian or food you prefer to have. Other things to note: Give me more details if you are vegetarian or any food in your mind you want to try, please send me email.
Small Group Hanoi Street Food Tour with a Real Foodie
There are 2 daily options: Lunch: 11.30 - 14.30 Dinner: 18.00 - 21.00 Only in the course of 3 hours tour, you'll be led into a world of Vietnamese food culture like you've never seen from any type of social media, or websites available. If you think of Vietnamese food as only Pho noodle, Banh Mi sandwich food stands then you should come with us, from a nameless restaurant to some small family business in an alley that does not even exist on a guide book maps. Only then, you can fully understand what "dining out like a local" means. And did I mention a drink will be included in the journey? If you're allergic to any kind of food, ingredients or you're on a diet; don't hesitate to tell us, we have dozens of options for everybody: from traditional food, vegetarian or vegan cuisines too. NOTE: - Though I will be the main host almost all the tours, sometime my young, funny informative and enthusiastic friends can be your guide or may assist me in hosting. - Pick up service is available within the Old Quarter only. Please come to meeting point (provide later) to see your tour guide if you stay outside of the Old Quarter. - Exact pick up time will be gave after made booking. Other things to note You should be aware that it's a walking tour. If you - our valued customer - have any food allergy or diet, please let us know!
Private Saigon's History_ Adventurous Sightseeing By Scooter
Hop on the back of our motorbikes like the locals. Following me, you’ll see how the city changes across its districts from the well-to-do area to the local vibes area, from outdoor markets and tiny alleyways. In this experience, you have excellent knowledge of history and taste the local drinks and food, and it is great for chatting about Vietnamese culture with us. 1. I provide a deep dive into the history of some of Saigon’s most famous locations with historical photos through the whole story behind such as Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office, Independent Palace, and The Burning Monk Memorial 2. Next locations, discover some local points that are off the beaten path. Catching your breath by drinking a cup of Vietnamese coffee. This coffee place is known as Spy House of VC with Weapon Bunkers, with a secret experience to go down the tunnel to the third floor 3. Visiting flower and outdoor markets, you will learn some Vietnamese words for fun to practice bargaining prices with vendors and sample some fruits (morning slot) and local drinks - a shot of local rice wine or sugar cane juice. For the food menu, you will choose broken rice with BBQ pork or noodle soup 4. In Chinatown, you will be blessed with one of the oldest and most fascinating TEMPLES and zipping around through the buzzing Silk Street and Lanterns Street of this colorful, incredible Chinatown.
Hidden Bangkok Tuk Tuk Street Food Tour
Let’s get a ride with Hidden Bangkok Tuktuk and experience a delicious Tuk Tuk night ride ! Nak Klang Community district which is mostly unknown to tourists. Step off the beaten path and discover a canal side unseen community in a hidden temple of the old town Bangkok – Let’s soak up local culture in this cozy small neighborhood. Try an Authentic Thai food at a canalside restaurant, hidden behind a local temple and community. (Except Sunday) Sneak in the secret door of Wat Prayoon at night to see the beautiful light up where only few people know. Experience the best Isaan street food (hot clay pot, barbecued chicken, papaya salad and sticky rice) and the most famous thai dessert place at local market of Thonburi old town. Last stop at Bangkok blooming 24/7 flower market from the back of market with the story behind . ***Experience end at the flower market (MRT subway Sanamchai station)*** Please inform us if you have food allergies. All Tuk Tuk's are provided by a licensed third-party vendor.
HANOI WALKING STREET FOOD
Firstly, please kindly note: Vietnamese cuisine frequently uses meat as one of the main ingredients. Therefore, vegan food is NOT available and vegetarian food is only available as long as you can eat fish sauce but it is still a bit limited choices for vegetarians. There are 2 times of the day that you can join: +++ Lunch time: 10AM - 1PM +++ Dinner time: 6PM - 9PM We will spend 3 hours walking around every single corners of Hanoi Old Quarter where we can seat on a small plastic stool on the pavement and taste all the best street foods. Let's bring good camera because mostly foods will be cooked in the front of you by skilled chefs while we introduce to you about the name, recipe, how to eat like locals style, where the best place to eat. Beside that, it will be a chance for us to introduce the Vietnamese cultures and share the tips of travelling in Vietnam. We have heard a lot of stories and experiences from our guests so we know which information you need to know: What to do, what to eat, where to go. Other things to note: Coming hungry to try all the best foods.

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Hidden Gems of Old Hoi An
Please join us for unforgettable experience and giving our local teams this chance to show you around our little beautiful city through backstreets to discover inside perspectives and secrets of Hoi An
Vegan Food Walk Not Just Vegan Food
What you get from this vegan walk is 3 hours of deliciousness and probably some fun. I will share stories and the history of Saigon from my Vietnamese perspective. I will try not to make it so boring. I will show you the best 100% vegan spots (Under your search radar!) You'll taste through hidden alleys dishes that Saigonese loves. Below are our tastings: (we may skip dishes if the aunties stop selling that day) - BBQ Seitain noodles - Vegan ice cream (Almond milk) - Vietnamese-Indian curry - Summer rolls - Mekong steamed banana cakes - Mushroom seaweed hot soup - Bánh Mì - Carrot cake (But no carrot) - Stick rice wine - 4 coconut cracker flavors - Herbal tea - Beer/ Water/ Soft drink We will also see the hidden Saigon that tourists miss including: - Communist Apartment Complex - Flower Market - Cambodian Neighborhood - The Maze of Alleys Join us! I will give you value, share with you good food, and make you relax just a little. What could go wrong? ;) Other things: 1/ You get our Vegan Food Guide in Vietnam, which saves you a lot of time researching your trip. 2/ You get the addresses, food names, ingredients, and vegan tips on this tour to show your friends.
Hoi An rural & cooking at organic farm
We will start from the Centre of Hoi An for a warm-up cycling to the organic farm, passing local rice fields and villages along the way. There’s also time for a break with a short ride a traditional basket boat into the Nipa-palms mangrove forest before we finally arrive at the farm around 10 am. We then proceed to the organic farming with our local farmers. They are happily sharing with you their story about this community-based project and invite you to join in their daily works, such as applying organic manure, making organic pesticides to control and prevent pests, cultivate the soil for planting and watering. On completion of the gardening, you will return to the farmer's house and use the produce harvested from the organic vegetable garden to cook a Vietnamese lunch. Enjoy lunch with the dishes you’ve cooked at a garden-setting table (weather permitting). Other things to note - We'll start at meeting point so please be there on time - Casual outfit is recommended as you may get dirt when working in the farm
Explore Unique Lao Food and Herbs at the Local Market
Are you foodies or interested to discover the new food culture, if " YES" then the activity is for you. The experience is also aims to make you understand Lao cooking basis, ideal for you who will take part of any Lao cooking class in Luang Prabang or Laos. While learning Lao history, architectures and their food culture, using herb and spices, you will have a chance to taste local verity of Lao dipping sauce as well some of Lao food like ''Moo Naem'' Mix minced pork with Roasted sticky rice or '' Cheow ging '' Ginger peanut sauce Luang Prabang style plus the local desert, besides some of simple authentic Lao dishes will be created by me on spot for you to try as well explains how to make them which you could easily do it at home for your loves one. step by step all the herbs and spices will be examined, tried and explained how We use them. Rice are main ingredients and it is not only for a main meal, they are used for making sweets, which we will also have a great chances to eat them during this experience . Other things to note Lao food is very different and unique, this experience tells/shows/teach you what is the philosophy of Lao food, what is the connection of the food to their culture and life
Hue food Tour on Scooter around the city
There are 2 more options for this food tour with much better price. * Walking food tour * Cyclo food tour If you are interested, please drop me a message to get more detail. My Co-host will be your guide! Details: We will pick you up at the hotel by motorbike, with each traveler being accompanied by their own driver. Taking a tour around the city, visiting various multi-generational family businesses to taste their authentic dishes, experience the local people's way of life, and gain a deeper understanding of their culture. The experiences in this tour program will be truly unique as we venture outside the city center to visit hidden gems known only to the locals. That's why we use motorbikes as our mode of transportation for this tour. Also, don't forget to bring your camera or ensure your phone is fully charged to capture the beautiful moments along the way Join our experience to taste 8 famous dishes in Hue in 3 hours!! Notes: * Price includes guiding fee, all dishes on the tour * Excludes: personal expenses * This is a group tour for a maximum of 6 people. If you prefer a private tour, please inbox me!

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Coffee day from farm to cup and exploring countryside life
We are Elon Farm and had more than 6 years of experience in High-quality Robusta production. We realize that tourists want to spend their valuable vacation time resting and learning something new. So we would like to invite you to spend your day with us and participate in our Coffee life, learning more about the Vietnamese community and culture that you wouldn’t likely discover on your own. Our experience includes: - Coffee experiences - Vietnamese lifestyle - Famous attractions - Local foods Visiting our farm, you would have a chance to learn how we Make Coffee “from farm to cup” such as picking up coffee beans (in the coffee season), learning about our natural conditions, the way we process coffee, roast coffee by yourself and enjoy your coffee cup. Besides, we can get to know everybody in our village and see the country through local's eyes by cycling through some of the country’s prettiest landscapes, joining many local activities such as Raising Silkworm, visiting Elephant Waterfall, Linh An pagoda. If you would like to learn Vietnamese food, we can have a mini Cooking class, pick organic vegetables around our village, and have a hearty meal together. Our plan is flexible and up to you, we design a personalized private trip, even if you are a solo traveler! P/s: Free stay and pick up service, just let us know in advance if you request our offer!
Motorbike Adventure on Monkey Mountain
We will meet at an open space by the beach, near Son Tra mountain. There, I will provide water and brief you on what your experience will be like. We will start by visiting Buddhist temple where the spectacular 67m Goddess of Mercy faces the ocean. You will learn about Vietnamese religion and hear Buddhist stories. After that, we will venture the Monkey Mountain Pass to a secluded cliff to see the magnificent landscape of Son Tra Have a break, try a home made burger or snack under the shades of palm trees The following destination is Ban Co Peak, the summit of the mountain. This is an absolutely amazing place to get epic panoramic photos of the city below and the sea at the same time Then, we will go to a former U.S. Army heliport before finding a resting spot on a hill where is known as paragliding take off point. If we are lucky, we might see some pilots soaring by the ridge There is a special spiece of primate that resides on the Peninsula, aka Red-Shanked-Douc Langur. The most beautiful and mysterious one. Spotting them in their natural habitat is sign of good fortune. Go find your luck with us This experience involve hiking, motorbike, it is suitable for adventure, outdoors lover For those who would like to combine our trip with photo tour experience, we use our professional camera to capture and send you high quality pics. Make your request Request for availbility
Eastern Loop - The Famous Ha Giang Loop Motorbike Adventure
Pre-departure day: If you're traveling from other locations such as Cao Bang, Sapa, or Ha Long, we kindly ask that you arrive one day prior to the scheduled departure on Day 1. In addition, if you plan to travel by motorbike, we would appreciate it if you could allocate the morning of Day 1 to complete certain procedures before meeting the group and commencing the journey after lunch. Day 1: Our car will collect you between 6.00-6.30 am and convey you to Ha Giang where you'll meet the team and indulge in a delicious lunch before embarking on your motorbike adventure. However, if you prefer to ride a motorbike (with a relevant license, please come a day before). After that, we'll take you to our office, where we'll conduct indispensable safety procedures. Following that, we'll brief you comprehensively about our trip. Once the session is over, we'll serve lunch at approximately 12.30 pm, followed by a trip briefing run by our guide. You'll then set off for our Dao homestay in Nam Dam, Quang Ba District, enjoying breathtaking views of valleys and villages en route. We'll pause several times during the journey for rest and photo opportunities, including a stunning sunset view from the top of Lung Khuy Cave. Finally, you'll reach the homestay, check-in, and enjoy a sumptuous dinner before spending the night nestled in the peaceful mountainous core of Nam Dam Village. Day 2: After enjoying breakfast at our homestay, we'll get the bikes ready and embark on the next phase of our adventure. Our journey today will take us to a charming village called Lung Tam, known for its production of high-quality hemp linen. Here, you'll witness the entire linen-making process from start to finish and even try your hand at rolling out the cloth. You'll be taken aback by the degree of balance and strength it demands! Next, after crossing a mountain via a shortcut, we'll arrive in Yen Minh for lunch. From there, we'll head towards the border between Vietnam and China, covering the much-loved 50km stretch along the way. While en route, we'll pause at the house of the Hmong Opium King, where you'll acquire an insight into the life of the most affluent man in the region. We'll also visit the Extreme North Point, where you might catch a peek of some Chinese towns on the other side if it's a clear day. Upon arriving at Dong Van, we'll check-in at our hotel. Dinner will once again feature plenty of happy water for those who wish to partake and are of legal drinking age. We strongly advise you to schedule your trip to pass through Dong Van on Sunday since this is when the villagers hold their weekly highland market. This market provides locals with an opportunity to trade goods and livestock while also serving as a weekly social gathering that eagerly awaits. Day 3: After breakfast, we'll set off to explore the most serene areas of the region. Our destination for today is Ma Pi Leng, considered to be Vietnam's most picturesque pass. During our 7km hike here, you'll have plenty of opportunities to capture stunning photos. Later on, we'll cruise through Tu San Abyss Alley before pausing for lunch at Meo Vac. Our journey continues to Du Gia, where we'll spend the night. Along the way, we'll stop for coffee in Mau Due, which marks the beginning of "the road of children." You'll witness many minority children playing by the roadside while their parents work alongside rocks. In Du Gia, weather permitting, you can indulge in a refreshing swim in a secluded waterfall before settling down for the evening in this charming little village. Day 4: You're welcome to take your time in the morning, relishing the stunning mountainside scenery, indulging in a refreshing dip in the nearby waterfall, or taking photographs of the locals. After our farewell lunch, we'll head back to Ha Giang and arrive in the city by 4 pm. Our car will drop you off in the heart of Hanoi around 10.30 pm (Airport drop-off is around 10 pm). During the ride, we'll make a dinner stop around 7 pm.
Magical Kampung Baru
Kampung Baru, the last Malay enclave…located in the heart of Kula Lumpur city, was opened by my forefathers in the 1880's. A Village Laid Back…Kampung means Village and Baru means New….literally a ‘New Village’. Kampung Baru offers a glimpse of the ethnic Malay lifestyle and it is home to Malay families who have lived there for the last 5 generations! Kampung Baru is living museum, a history in it’s time. It’s residents continues to preserve the tradition and stories that exists within it’s walls. With Petronas Twin Towers that form a beautiful backdrop to this quaint kampung setting, a visit to my Kampung Baru is an experience to cherish. Explore this rustic part of Kuala Lumpur and view its modern sight from here! As the 4th generation native of Kampung Baru, it is my pleasure to take you around my beloved Kampung, discover its local life, foodie, architecture and cultural sights! I will invite you to my beautiful home and experience a truly Malay hospitality, take you to places where locals indulge and places not many tourists frequent. Lets enjoy this leisurely and chill experience with me...with a difference! Other things to note Wear light clothing, acceptable decent attire, comfortable walking shoes. Be a lookout on the weather as and when it rains, you may need an umbrella or a raincoat. Take Kelana Jaya LRT Line and head to Kampung Baru LRT Station (KJ11)
Chiang Mai Lanna Northern Thai Cooking Experience
- Pick up by your host, " Then heading to the local market and continue to her house by private car. - Cooking Lanna food together, just like family, talking & sharing experiences with the host family. The food will be Northern Thai food or Lanna food in the Lanna cuisine, cooked with charcoal stove and clay pot. - Having a meal together as locals do. The place is in the Countryside, surround by rice fields, fruit orchards and organic garden that will get you in touch with the real locals and you will learn something new. See how locals live, share their culture and eat together with them. There are 4 dishes to cook including dessert. For example: Khaow Soi (Chiang Mai Noodles) Kaeng Hung Lay (Chiang Mai Curry) Abb Moo (Minced pork wrap in banana leaves) Sai Aou (Chiang Mai sausage) Laap Moo Kaou (Mince pork local spicy salad) Naam Prick Oong (Tomatoes with minced pork chili dipping paste) Taam Kanoon (Young Jack fruit spicy salad) The program is organized for Lunch time (08.30 am. -03.30 pm. ) (Approximately 6-9 hours depending on the recipes and the number of people in the class) Other things to note 1) Vegetarian requests are welcome 2) Children under 5 years old and followers will be charged 60% of the full adult price. 3) The experience also Includes Travel Insurance (required by Thailand Tourism regulations)

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Ninh Binh full day - Trang An boat trip - Dragon Mountain
ITINERARY DETAILED: 7h30 - 8h00: Our tourist bus will pick you up at your hotel lobby in Ha Noi Old Quarter for departure to Ninh Binh. 10h30 - 10h40: Arrive Hoa Lu ancient capital of Viet Nam. You will visit Dinh King temple and Le King temple in the 10th centery, finding out the heroic histories of this two king in Chinese Wars. 11h45: Have a buffet lunch in the restaurant with a lot of local foods such as goat meat, fish, chicken, fried rice…. Vegetarian foods are always available in the buffet lunch 13h00: Visit Trang An which was recognized by UNESCO as A World Heritage Site in 2014. Trang An has a wonderful tunnel cave system so Kong’s Movie Group chose this place for the New Version of Kong in 2016 – “Skull Island”. With 2 hours for the boat trip, you will be persuaded by the beauty here. 15h00: Continue the tour for 45 mins - cycling around the village to discover the life of the local people. 15h45: Get back to Limousine Bus then leave for Mua Cave (Dancing Cave). Walk up almost 500 steps, you can reach the top of Lying Dragon Mountain & have an amazing panoramic view of Tam Coc from here 16h55 - 17h00: Get on the tourist bus to return Ha Noi. 19h00 - 19h30: Arrive Ha Noi, drop off at your hotel in Ha Noi Old Quarter. Tour finish!
Chiang Mai - Doi Suthep Temple & Wat Pha Lat Hike
Visit Wat Pha Lat, stop on the way to Doi Suthep, small trekking thru the prettiest forest to the temple. This hidden temple is a beautiful haven of peace, in a garden with beautiful statues. Then visit Doi Suthep Temple, the Buddhist temple draped in gold, one of northern Thailand's most sacred temples. And enjoy the panoramic view from the top of the mountain over the city and the land below is so breathtaking.
Minh's Unique Street Food Adventure
There are 2 times of a day you can join : Lunch time: 11AM - 2PM (Pick - up time 9h30AM - 10AM) Dinner time: 6PM - 9PM (Pick - up time 5h30PM - 6PM) Time will be adjusted by yourself if you want to have a private tour. The guide will pick you up at your hotel located in The Old Quarter. If not, the time and meeting point will be provided to you. We will have 3 hours walking around every single corners of Hanoi Old Quarter where we can seat on a small plastic chairs and using chopsticks like a local people. You’ll explore the culture, history of Hanoi, step into a world full of street food vendors. Unlike big cities all around the world, street food in Hanoi are not just hot dog carts and pretzel stands, we offer an opportunity to try out around 8 different dishes at local food stand, family restaurants… A rotating menu from day-to-day to represent the variety of delicious options. Based on the hotel i pick up you and your request, i will take you to different places and enjoy food. So please give me more details if you are vegetarian or food you prefer to have. Other things to note: Give me more details if you are vegetarian or any food in your mind you want to try, please send me email.
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market & Railway Market
Everyday 2 times: 7:15 AM and 10:30 AM After 1 to 1,5 hours driving we arrive at the famous Mae Klong train market (Talat Rom Hup). Imagine a train going straight through a public market! The Mae Klong Railway Market has been around since 1905. Fishing was (and still is) one of the main livelihoods of the people who lived here, and the market was another way in which to sell their goods. Officials decided to build a railway in order to better deliver these goods to other provinces. The market stayed at the same place though, despite the new tracks that cut through it. Visit Wat Bang Kung, famous for its small chapel that is completely enclosed within the roots of a banyan tree. It is almost like the tree itself is the pillars of the temple and that without the roots the chapel would fall down. You can also go inside to pay respect to the Buddha image. Continue to Damnoen Saduak where we board a long-tail boat for a ride through the canals before we reach the famous floating market of Damnoen Saduak. Although the market evolved more into a tourist attraction nowadays, it’s still worth the visit for its unique atmosphere and the experience it offers. THE EXACT MEETING TIME/DEPARTURE TIME WILL BE INFORMED IN A PERSONAL MESSAGE TO YOU THE DAY BEFORE THE TOUR. PLEASE READ OUR MESSAGE CAREFULLY AND KEEP IN MIND THAT WE HAVE TO START ON TIME.
Hoi An Hidden Gems for Early Risers
Discover the unique features of central Vietnam through the perspective of local experts. An opportunity to get out of the hustle and bustle in to authentic rural Hoi An with a knowledgeable local guide who is passionate about local culture and community. To better understand and appreciate local crafts people and artisans,also supporting their sustainability : - Hotel pick up at 4.30am and visit 200years old noodles workshop . One of only 2 remaining families noodles-making workshops - a noodle unique to Hoi An- to observe whole processes of making,trading. Most of locals havent even experience this but you will. - Ancient fishing village to see all boats,fishermen and local gathering,an absolute unique moment. - Fishsauce workshop. - A chance to hands-on coffee roasting and enjoy the best morning coffee demonstration. - Local home of sleeping mat weaving. - The only local rice wine brewer and distillery. Sample 15+ different types of traditional rice wine in the peaceful garden. - Experience riding through empty streets with exceptional drivers. - Return to your hotel after 5hours explore the real country life of Hoi An. * Note : This is a motorbike experience but you can send request to use car option (which will be extra charge). Thank you so much for your time. * My WA : plus84707 886335
Small Group Hanoi Street Food Tour with a Real Foodie
There are 2 daily options: Lunch: 11.30 - 14.30 Dinner: 18.00 - 21.00 Only in the course of 3 hours tour, you'll be led into a world of Vietnamese food culture like you've never seen from any type of social media, or websites available. If you think of Vietnamese food as only Pho noodle, Banh Mi sandwich food stands then you should come with us, from a nameless restaurant to some small family business in an alley that does not even exist on a guide book maps. Only then, you can fully understand what "dining out like a local" means. And did I mention a drink will be included in the journey? If you're allergic to any kind of food, ingredients or you're on a diet; don't hesitate to tell us, we have dozens of options for everybody: from traditional food, vegetarian or vegan cuisines too. NOTE: - Though I will be the main host almost all the tours, sometime my young, funny informative and enthusiastic friends can be your guide or may assist me in hosting. - Pick up service is available within the Old Quarter only. Please come to meeting point (provide later) to see your tour guide if you stay outside of the Old Quarter. - Exact pick up time will be gave after made booking. Other things to note You should be aware that it's a walking tour. If you - our valued customer - have any food allergy or diet, please let us know!
Grand Palace & Temples of Bangkok with experienced guide
During this half day tour you will visit the most well-known and important Buddhist temples in the Thai capital. One of our knowledgeable and enthusiastic tour guides will tell you everything about these famous sights, the history and you'll learn more about Buddhism. Entrance fees are not included and have to be paid cash on day of the tour.
Highlights of Phi Phi Islands
Pictured on many postcards with its sandy beaches, bays with crystal clear waters and towering limestone cliffs, the Phi Phi islands are among Thailand’s most famous destinations. Experience the barefoot lifestyle and tropical landscape of the Phi Phi Islands in the Andaman Sea on our half day sunset tour. Swim with colorful fish at Loh Samah and Monkey Bay and snorkel among coral gardens. Places we visit during the tour: - Monkey Bay - Viking Cave - Pileh Lagoon - Loh Samah Bay - Maya Bay While on the way back to the meeting point, you can enjoy the sunset. NOTE 1: This tour starts and ends on Koh Phi Phi. It does NOT start from Ao Nang (Krabi) or Phuket. Participants have to travel to Koh Phi Phi by themselves and need to stay at the island for at least 1 night. NOTE 2: This tour is really about swimming, snorkeling and visiting beautiful spots around Koh Phi Phi, not about story-telling. NOTE 3: Phi Phi Islands are part of a National Park. The National Park fee of THB 400 per adult (THB 200 per child) is not included and must be paid cash on day of the experience. IMPORTANT: As per government decision, Maya Bay will be closed for a couple of months every year, so that the area can undergo a period of natural rehabilitation. All the other places in the itinerary will still be accessible during this time, so more time will be spend here for swimming and snorkeling.
Ben Duoc 'Less-Crowed' Cu Chi Tunnels Half-Day Tour
YOUR BEST CUCHI TUNNELS EXPERIENCE ON AIRBNB. THE GROUP SIZE IS A MAXIMUM OF 10 PEOPLE. (private tour available) **Pick up at your hotel and drive to Cu Chi and stop at the handicrafts for break. Upon arrival, watch a documentary film. **Discover special constructed living areas with kitchens, bedrooms, storage, weapons factories, field hospitals, and command centers helping whoever lives inside Cu Chi tunnels meet their basic needs. **Discover many hidden left behind trap doors and dangerous traps within the maze-like tunnels and learn more about the handmade weapon and traps used during the Vietnam War. Seeing huge bomb craters and the mere 10–13 feet thick level of upper soil can support the bearing weight of a 55-ton tank and the explosive damage of bombs left from the war. **Break at the shooting range to shoot some real guns with Ak47, M16, M30, and M60 (shooting fee is paid separately). **Highlight of the trip is to crawl and experience the underground town of Cu Chi Tunnels. This is the best part of the trip when you actually crawl into it to feel what it was like in the war. Guests who have claustrophobia be not afraid of crawling inside, you still can see it from above the ground. **Taste the pandan tea and tapioca (guerilla’s war food) before heading back to Saigon. The trip ends around 2:30 PM for the morning trip and 7:00 PM for the afternoon trip.
Hands-on Thai Cooking Class & Market Tour in Silom
Meet at House of Taste Thai Cooking School in Silom. Discover the nearby market with a guided tour available for the morning class, where you will browse for the freshest ingredients to make your authentic Thai dishes. (There will be "Mango Carving" instead of a market tour for the afternoon and the evening class, the introduction to ingredients will be taken place at school) Learn about various exotic Thai ingredients, including vegetables, rice, herbs, and spices, as well as the preparation of coconut milk and curry paste from scratch. Spend two hours making four delicious dishes, and savor each one individually while they're still hot and fresh. Get your hands dirty by making the curry paste from scratch, and take home all recipes with you so you can recreate the gastronomic experience again in the future.
Private Saigon's History_ Adventurous Sightseeing By Scooter
Hop on the back of our motorbikes like the locals. Following me, you’ll see how the city changes across its districts from the well-to-do area to the local vibes area, from outdoor markets and tiny alleyways. In this experience, you have excellent knowledge of history and taste the local drinks and food, and it is great for chatting about Vietnamese culture with us. 1. I provide a deep dive into the history of some of Saigon’s most famous locations with historical photos through the whole story behind such as Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office, Independent Palace, and The Burning Monk Memorial 2. Next locations, discover some local points that are off the beaten path. Catching your breath by drinking a cup of Vietnamese coffee. This coffee place is known as Spy House of VC with Weapon Bunkers, with a secret experience to go down the tunnel to the third floor 3. Visiting flower and outdoor markets, you will learn some Vietnamese words for fun to practice bargaining prices with vendors and sample some fruits (morning slot) and local drinks - a shot of local rice wine or sugar cane juice. For the food menu, you will choose broken rice with BBQ pork or noodle soup 4. In Chinatown, you will be blessed with one of the oldest and most fascinating TEMPLES and zipping around through the buzzing Silk Street and Lanterns Street of this colorful, incredible Chinatown.
Day Trip to the Colorful Chiang Rai Temples from Chiang Mai
Go on a small group tour from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai and discover the unique and stunning architecture of this Northern Thailand city. Visit the famous White Temple, the impressive Blue Temple's details, and the unique Black House. We'll visit the White Temple, an architectural masterpiece designed and built by famous local artist Chaloemchai Khositphiphat. Up next, we'll stop at the Blue Temple or Wat Rong Seua Ten, which literally translates to ‘temple of the dancing tiger.’ It was built on a site where tigers were said to have jumped over the river. Our last stop of the day is the Black House, which serves as a chilly art exhibit, featuring pieces that date back to the Ayutthaya period. Important Information: Pick-up area: Major areas of downtown Chiang Mai within a 2 km radius of the Tha Pae Gate (Chiang Mai City area). Kindly provide the name of your hotel and your hotel address before completing payment. Dress code: Clothes revealing the shoulders, underarms, back, and knees are not allowed in some sites on this tour; implementation may be strict. Kindly bring a sarong/scarf/sweater to cover up or wear clothes that fit the dress code.
Saigon Eleven-Tastings Food Tour by Scooters
*Hold it tight!After picking you up by our scooters, we'll weave through 5 Districts, bring you to awsome food stalls and hidden areas to enjoy the most authentic Tastings.These 11 Tastings are INCLUDED IN THE PRICE and prepared right in front of your eyes: 1#Banana Sticky Rice:Let's sit like a local at this first food stall to enjoy the best appetizer 2,3#Next,MAKE your own Banh Xeo(mini Savory Crispy Pancake) in a small cooking class and roll it up with Grilled Beef wrapped in Betel Leaf 4,5#Then,Take a walk around the street food heaven in District 10 to taste Shredded Pork Crispy Rice and Fried Bao Buns 6,7,8#Immerse yourself in the next stop with Saigon biggest flower market where you can try the best"Vietnamese Pizza",Grilled Crackers and challenge yourself with Snails stuffed with Pork 9#After that,let's venture into the oldest Apartment Area to enjoy Sugarcane Juice and Hue Noodle Soup 10#Stop on our way for fantastic Banh Mi before crossing the beautiful Saigon river heading to District 4 11#It's time for our dessert with different flavors of Caramel Flans or Jellys before ending our tour *SAFETY FIRST: My co-hosts are local students who are excellent licensed drivers, well-trained and fluent in English *NOTES: The Small-Group Tour starts at 8:00AM(morning), 1:00PM(afternoon) or 5:30PM, 6:00PM, 6:30PM(evening).You can also start at another time for PRIVATE OPTION
Hidden Bangkok Tuk Tuk Street Food Tour
Let’s get a ride with Hidden Bangkok Tuktuk and experience a delicious Tuk Tuk night ride ! Nak Klang Community district which is mostly unknown to tourists. Step off the beaten path and discover a canal side unseen community in a hidden temple of the old town Bangkok – Let’s soak up local culture in this cozy small neighborhood. Try an Authentic Thai food at a canalside restaurant, hidden behind a local temple and community. (Except Sunday) Sneak in the secret door of Wat Prayoon at night to see the beautiful light up where only few people know. Experience the best Isaan street food (hot clay pot, barbecued chicken, papaya salad and sticky rice) and the most famous thai dessert place at local market of Thonburi old town. Last stop at Bangkok blooming 24/7 flower market from the back of market with the story behind . ***Experience end at the flower market (MRT subway Sanamchai station)*** Please inform us if you have food allergies. All Tuk Tuk's are provided by a licensed third-party vendor.
Half Day Authentic Thai Cooking Class in Organic Farm
At Grandma’s Home Cooking School, we do not only teach you how to cook traditional Thai dishes but also culturally give you some tricks so you can adapt, find substitute ingredients in your own country, cook by yourself, and spend time cooking with your beloved family. After picking you up from the hotel, we will spice up your morning with a small journey to a local Thai fresh market. There, you will experience the actual culture and vibe of the people in the community. It might seem a bit chaotic from the outside view but, after spending some time there, you’ll feel a warm-hearted welcoming without being noticed. Also we will give a closer look at the local varieties of Thai seasoning, sauce, and paste for our menu. At this point, you’ll learn how and what they are made of. In Northern Thai, the people are family-oriented, therefore, we don’t just go out, do the shopping, cook, and eat. We spend and enjoy quality time together with the family and that is how we learn our traditional cooking process from generations for centuries. At the school, the first thing we’ll do is to explore our farm. We have a mushroom house, chicken barn, and vegetable garden. They are all 100% organic.There you will learn how to choose the vegetables before we roll. Our school is 100% eco-friendly and sustainable.Join us and experience grandma’s love at Grandma’s Home Cooking School