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Jennifer Nguyen

Hoi An

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About Me

Hello, My name is Van or also called Jennifer. I am the co- founder of a non-profit organization run by local university students which offers free bicycle tours to the unexplored countryside of Hoi An. My goal was to provide university students the opportunity to practice their English and learn about hospitality by means of the tours. I strongly believe in and are dedicated to responsible tourism. My mission is to be your local buddy and let you experience Hoi An like a local.

After the success of Hoi An Free tour, I've launched Hoi An Food Tour with the slogan "Keep calm and Eat Like a Local". As a local buddy in Hoi An- Da Nang, i'm very happy as i can help tourists discover my beautiful towns :))

 hoianfoodtour.com

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AWhat's the weirdest food you've ever eaten abroad?

Hehe in Vietnam, local people love this one, but foreigners will not like it- Balut egg ​ See More


ABangkok: Must-sees in Bangkok

How many day will you be in Bangkok, Courtney? My friends just visited the city last month. They had a wonderful trip there for 2 days. Here was their trip: Day 1: From the airport, they visited The Bangkok National Museum​ for 2 hours then have lunch... See More


AHue: Transportation from Hue to Hoi An and Ho Chi Minh City to Phan Thiet?

Hi Tom, For the trip from Hue​ to Hoi An​ in the afternoon, as I know Sinh cafe has afternoon bus will arrive Hoi An around 5.30 pm. But if you want to enjoy the view of Lang Co bay​, Hai Van pass, you should choose... See More


AIdeas for a honeymoon destination that isn't at the beach?

Hi Shanda, You should think about Hoi An​ (Vietnam) as one of great idea for your honeymoon :). Hoi An is on Top 10 honeymoon in ASIA ​ It's great idea for food, museum, history and culture. See More


AVietnam: Best restaurants and secrets about shopping and fun

Hi Javier, I'm living in Hoi An now and hope i can help you some information here. In Hoi An, for visiting around,you just need the entrance fee (6 usd) for discorvering some temples, old houses.. You should visit some local villages here: Tra Que Vegetable... See More


AHanoi: What is your favorite restaurant in Hanoi?

Morning! Ha Noi is one of the food heaven in Vietnam. You should not miss out some local food here. Bun cha noodle:  Ingredients: rice vermicelli, grilled pork, fresh herbs, sort of barbecue soup. Adds: 34 Hang Thang  st or 23 Nguyen Bieu st.  Pho:  Ingredients:... See More


AHanoi: Best free things to do in Hanoi?

Hi Katie, all above answers are things you should not miss out in Hanoi​. Especially Hoan Kiem Lake​ (early morning or late afternoon), Old Quater (walking around and enjoy local food). You can choose a tour from students as Ha Noi... See More


AHo Chi Minh City: What are the best restaurants and things to eat in Ho Chi Minh?

Tran Son is right. You can choose some local food restaurants here. Ben Thanh Market​ is good choice but it's little touristic and quite expensive (compared with local price). Some local restaurants here may help you: http://hoianfoodtour.com/top-10-local-food-must-eat-in-ho-chi-minh/... See More


AHoi An: Can't miss activities in Hoi An and Da Nang?

Hi Kristen, I've got some recommendations for you when being in Hoi An and Da Nang: 1. Hoi An a. Food recommendations: Hoi An is heaven of food - Cao lau - Hoi An secret noodle: Thanh restaurant at 26 Thai Phien (from 6 a.m - 5p.m) or cao lau of Ms. Ha, stall E035... See More


ADa Nang: What is the Weather like in December in Da Nang? Swimming suitability?

Hi Craig, the weather in Da Nang​ in December is cold for local people but for foreigners- it's cool and little warm. It's about 18-22 degree, some my friends they still could swim on resort pool, but for the beach, they did not. Cause the weather... See More




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