After travelling through the country for almost 15 days, I can safely declare that Vietnamese cuisine is one of the best in the world. If you become a fan, like I did, then a cooking class here might interest you to delve into the flavours and recreate the dishes back home. Many restaurants in Hoi An host cooking classes, where you usually start with picking up ingredients from the local market and go on to create summer rolls and other delights under the guidance of an English-speaking guide. I didn't have time to do one, but a highly-recommended school we heard about is the Thuan Tinh Island Cooking School.
It's the place to people watch while sampling craft beer
Vietnam is in the midst of a craft beer boom. While Saigon is the hub for new and upcoming breweries, many varieties of its craft beer can be found in Hoi An as well. One such place is Tap House, where you can order flights of beers from the top three breweries in Saigon and sit back as you taste them and discuss possible flavours and characteristics with you friends. If you are here in the evening, sit outside to watch people walk by and get lost in the vibe of Hoi An.
I fell in love with Hoi An, Vietnam and I can say with some confidence that if you pay it a visit, you will too. If you have any questions about visiting Hoi An, visit the community forum to ask questions and get helpful answers.
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