1. Ho Chi Minh City: Local Food and Sights Scooter Night Tour
Discover the busy nightlife and local foods of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) on a guided tour by motorbike. Ride along Nguyen Trai Street, visit the area's largest flower market for grilled oysters, and savor an authentic Vietnamese pancake. Following pickup, start the evening with condensed milk coffee at a special place. After that, stop to enjoy baked banana cake wrapped in glutinous rice served with coconut sauce. Go through the area and explore a typical night of residents while learning how history has shaped this place. Discover how the street food here is diverse since people in the area come from many places with different tastes. The next destination is the biggest flower market of the city, located in district 10. Taste grilled oysters with black pepper sauce and quail eggs. Try rice paper with onion, eggs, baby shrimp, and a special local sauce. Flowers sold at the market are collected from every part of Vietnam so you can easily buy any kind of flowers from around Vietnam and enjoy the sweet smell and the beauty of them. Arriving in district 5, stop for a few minutes to eat Vietnamese pancakes, usually eaten with a wide range of vegetables. Back to the tour, venture to Nguyen Trai Street, a busy street where almost everything is sold, from clothes to souvenirs. After that, on Nguyen Van Cu Bridge, take in a whole view of the city in the glow of night. Enjoy a peaceful moment while looking at Saigon River with fresh, cool air breezing by. Continue to district 4, regarded as the smallest district. Many people from other places in Vietnam move to live here, so the lifestyle and traditions of the residents are extremely varied there. On the way we go there, stop at the local bread vendor to enjoy one of the city's best banh mi (thin and crispy baguette). Before drop-off back at your hotel, drink sugar cane juice and have a dessert like a tropical fruit smoothie or caramel flan.