Saigon Street Food Walking Tour

Saigon Street Food Walking Tour
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Saigon Street Food Walking Tour
From US$32
Duration Half Day

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TOUR INFORMATION

After having experienced the frenzy of Ho Chi Minh city by day, discover the lively Saigon local streets by night. Join local people and enjoy an authentic Vietnamese evening foodie tour. Stops include a public park where locals practice dancing exercises, food tasting of five different street food dishes and a local live music bar. The tour will take three hours and a vehicle will be available at all times.

What’s Included

  • English speaking local guide
  • Tours and transfers as mentioned by private air conditioned vehicle
  • Entrance fees for mentioned visits
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner)

What’s Not Included

  • Other meals than mentioned
  • Other services than mentioned
  • International and domestic Flights
  • Laundry, telephone calls and expenditure of a personal nature
  • Tips, Travel insurance

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ITINERARY BY DAY

Saigon Street Food Walking Night Tour (D)

Pick up from your hotel at 6:00 pm before continuing by vehicle to the starting point of the Saigon street food walking tour. The first stop is a public park where local people enjoy some dancing exercises. They gather here when the sun goes down to socialize and dance together. It is up to you to dance with them or just watch. Then, after a short walk, try your first meal of the Saigon street eats evening. “Banh xeo” is a large rice pancake filled with vegetables, shrimps and pork. Hidden in a small alley, this local street restaurant has become very famous and serves some of the best “banh xeo” of Saigon.

The second stop is a Saigon street food place located near Tan Dinh Market. There, enjoy a delicious local soup, inspired by Chinese recipes. After another short walk, it is time for a tasty “Com Tam”, a local dish from Saigon city with rice and pork ribs. After crossing a busy intersection, indulge yourself with a delicious dessert and a Vietnamese café. Finally, after 10 minutes walking, enjoy the end of this evening at a live music café playing piano or Vietnamese songs. At the end of the tour return to your hotel (around 09:00 pm).

Note: places are subjected to change upon availability. Another tour option is to taste a selection of different types of Vietnamese favourites from tasty banh mi baguettes, noodle dishes and flamed grilled barbecue skewers, maybe even rice paper pizza! End the night with dessert from one of Saigon’s best little place for sweet soups.

TOUR NOTES

Note: the tour is offered on a join in basis, so there may be other guests joining you on the tour. Our maximum group size is 8 people. For guests that do not want to go in a group, we also offer a private tour option for an extra charge.

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2 thoughts on “Saigon Street Food Walking Tour

  1. Laurel M Laurel M says:

    A Highlight of our 15 day trip

    We booked the Ho Chi Minh private food tour for two people. Joseph is a great guide and we enjoyed a lot the tour. We visited very interesting places that we had never found by ourselves, and we tasted super delicious food. He could answer all of our questions and we had many. It was definitely a highlight in our trip and we strongly recommend it to everybody.

  2. Katherine S Katherine S says:

    Fantastic walking street food tour in Saigon

    This Saigon walking street food tour was absolutely brilliant, one of the best things we have done so far. Thao was really friendly, approachable and had so much knowledge about the food and the city. She really took us off the tourist track and we went to local places and tried local foods which we would never have found ourselves. She was able to personalize the tour (I am vegetarian and my boyfriend isn’t) and it was just the two of us on the tour.

    The food was incredible, we tried 20 different things! All of the places we went were local businesses and we ate alongside locals, didn’t see another tourist for the entire evening. We had the opportunity to make some of the food ourselves in the stalls, and Thao sent us some great recommendations for the next place we are going (Hoi An). We would absolutely recommend, and Thao is just the best!

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