i had a really fantastic time with my food guide V. She is a pro on the scooter and really easy to talk to. After knowing that i had pho earlier, she asked me i there is any other food that i would like to...More
If there’s one absolute must-do in Vietnam, it’s a food tour: The knowledge gained on a good food tour will set you up for your entire vacation. On this Ho Chi Minh City evening tour, cruise the city by night on a motorbike (with designated driver), get an up-close look at local life, and sample street food classics straight from the vendors.
Your driver/guide will collect you from your central Ho Chi Minh City hotel and explain how to ride safely on the back of a motorbike. Don your helmet, and you’re off through brightly lit boulevards, back alleys, and busy streets. Along the way, sample enough street food to add up to dinner.
Learn about food customs as you sit on plastic chairs, eating "bánh xèo" (pancakes), spring rolls, and more. See historic residential buildings and learn the art of hand-poured coffee in a secret coffee shop. Tour narrow lanes, sample Vietnamese “pizza”, and try different sweet soup desserts before your guide drops you back at your hotel.
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We booked the night tour but unfortunately we were leaving that day. They were so accomodating they change it to an early morning run and the 5 of us had a ball. We went everywhere and ate like the locals Everyone should do this tour...More
I cannot recommend this tour highly enough. Our hosts were lovely young locals who spoke great English and were very friendly and knowledgeable. I was the most nervous on the scooter but guide Huong was very patient and accommodating and by the end of the...More
This is a MUST DO! Our gudues Trang & Ed were very enthusiastic and great communicators, giving us lots of background information about the food etc. I felt very comfortable amid the rush of the traffic and my partner and I thoroughly enjoyed the evening....More
My husband and I were collect from our hotel by Ha and Vanh (sorry about the spelling!?) and swiftly sped off in search of our first food stop. The traffic in Saigon is crazy and there seems to be no rules as to where or...More