7. Night Food Tour - Explore Saigon Secrets
Do you think "Pho" when Vietnamese noodles are mentioned? It is popular but you can try that everywhere. That's why this tour brings you the delicious, unknown traditional noodles of Vietnam - the "Bun Thit Nuong". Also try the Vietnamese pancake “banh xeo”, a must-try in Ho Chi Minh. “Banh xeo” is offered by many restaurants, however, the one you are going to try is a mix of Saigon taste and Mekong Delta taste, which is unique.
Next up, Nguyen Thien Thuat – the oldest apartment in Ho Chi Minh, which is an ideal place to visit, historical and full of cultures and food. You will take a walk to visit the local life there. After having a walk, it’s time for one of the best desserts in Vietnam – grilled sticky rice banana. Afterwards go to the oldest and biggest flower market in Ho Chi Minh, which is a sleepless one, open nearly 24/7. Flowers here are transferred from Da Lat, the Paris of Vietnam every morning. You will take a walk here to see thousands of flowers. After the flower market, you head to the fashion street “Nguyen Trai”, where most local people come to buy clothes, shoes, hats, and more.
Then enjoy a cooking class in District 7, an island in HCMC covered with rivers, a place that no tourists know about. With the secret family recipe that no restaurants in Vietnam have, these food classes will definitely satisfy every food lover. Go to the floating market, to see the life of people on the boats and river, then try a fresh cold coconut, which has an authentic taste from Mekong Delta. Finally, visit District 4, the oldest, smallest district in Ho Chi Minh, also an island of the city, which is covered by the river. It is also famous for thousands of authentic Vietnamese street food stalls in every single alley.