Venture to five different districts in Saigon and sample a variety of delicious dishes originating from all over the country. Also, experience the thrill of riding a scooter through the bustling Ho Chi Minh City streets and alleyways when the city truly becomes alive at night. Don't miss this one of a kind opportunity to taste the best street food in the world while deepening your understanding of Vietnamese history and culture.
- Visit five food stalls around Ho Chi Minh City on a motorbike
- All food included in the price of the tour
- Pick up and drop off from residence in Saigon
- 4 hours
- All year long
At 5:30 pm, your English speaking guide will come to collect you from your residence in Ho Chi Minh City. After an introduction to the night's activities, it is time to strap on your helmet and hit the road.
The drive to the first food outlet will take you across a bridge, giving you a fantastic view of Saigon at Sunset and also the statue of Tran Hung Dao, the most decorated Vietnamese general.
Your first stop will be at an outlet offering a variety of exceptional Vietnamese BBQ. The Vietnamese take BBQ seriously and will throw practically anything onto a charcoal grill.
Crossing over into district 1, you will make a stop at one of the most popular Banh Mi stands in Saigon. The stand is so popular that it usually gets sold out before 8.
The next stop is a restaurant that serves up traditional Vietnamese dishes, including delicious glutenous rice cakes dressed with different meets, peanuts, and leafy green seasonings—a feast for the senses.
Crossing over into Chinatown (district 5), you will visit an 80-year-old institution in Saigon. Here several traditional sweet snacks will be served for all to sample, capping off the night's activities.
After an unforgettable evening of gastronomic delight, it is time to bring you back home. Your guides will safely deliver you back to your residence at around 9 pm.
Good to know
- An experienced English-speaking tour guide
- Entrance fees
- Meals: 4 different kinds of street food and dishes
- Travel insurance
- Personal expenses