Hue Culinary Tour 1 Day becomes a hot trend these days after some foreign foodies have been telling each other about “Bun Bo Hue” (a kind of noodle with beef), Hue Mussel Rice, steamed cake, etc. In one day, the itinerary covers the top highlights of food, tourist sites, and things to do which can ultimately delight the guests who don’t have days of deep exploration. In particular, the “Bun Bo Hue” breakfast gives you abundant energy for the subsequent cyclo trip across the well-known Trang Tien Bridge. The visit to Dong Ba Market delivers the real experiences in finding the Vietnamese herbs, fruits, vegetables, and spices. The morning market is lively and authentic enough for you all to feel the Hue’s life activities and styles. Also, the elites of Imperial Citadel deliver the strong impression. And, you can stop by any local shops to purchase things and mingle with the locals.
More interestingly, the cooking class at Y Thao Restaurant stands out as the best activity of the Hue cooking tour one day because you can practice how to cook there. It’s the hands-on experiences in learning and cooking that turn to be the most memorable enjoyment in the imperial city. After the cooking time, the short spiritual trip to Thien Mu Pagoda calms your mind and lets you feel the local souls via the symbolic Bell. And before the day tour ends, take your time savoring the typical Hue cakes namely Banh Beo, Banh Nam, and Banh Loc, which add much delight to the Hue food tour. The culinary joy of royal Vietnam is abundant and authentic just in Hue in which you can relish some of the dishes that were to serve the Nguyen royal families and mandarins. Let yourself be served as the prestigious guests in Hue and taste as many dishes as possible during the day tour.