Food is inextricably linked to the Vietnamese culture, both materially and culturally and the cuisine of central Vietnam is often complex and luxurious in taste, texture and appearance. From the 7th-century to 10th-century Hoi An was at the center of the Cham empire’s spice trading route. Later, from the 15th-century to 19th-century, it became a trading port for the Chinese, Portuguese, Japanese, Indian and Dutch with many of these traders settling here.
With such multicultural influences and access to food and ingredients from around the world, a unique food and social culture developed – however for one reason or another today most visitors to Hoi An remain unaware its rich culinary offerings.
Tour Inclusions: City Hotel pick up, English speaking local guide, foods ,drinks
Tour Exclusions: Personal expenses, Tips/Gratuities for excellent service, Travel Insurance, Other services not mentioned.
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