1. Ho Chi Minh: 10 Tastings Street Food Tour by Motorbike
Embark on a motorbike trip around 5 of Ho Chi Minh's colorful districts and hidden streets. Immerse yourself in Saigon's culture, blend into local nightlife, and eat mouthwatering local dishes. You'll ride on a pillion behind the drivers to enjoy the unique atmosphere and create unforgettable memories of Saigon. Try the best local foods and enjoy the amazing ride on the back of a scooter. Hop on the scooter and head into the crowded roundabout and exciting Saigon traffic on the back of your scooter. First, you'll ride to Chinatown and visit an evening local market. Next head to the Ho Thi Ky wholesale flower market. Take a walk in the market and sit down to learn how to make a crispy banana cracker. Continue to ride through the alleys, passing commercial streets and food vendors. After taking in some unbeatable views from your scooter, stop at a local food place for pho (beef noodle soup) and Banh My, Vietnam's most famous street food. After your meal, the Nguyen Thien Thuat area is next on the itinerary. This is one of the most famous street food areas in Saigon with great diversity in both cuisine and culture. Last but not least, discover the best place for dessert at a local favorite spot in district 4. Sit at a small table and chat with your tour guide. Get to know more about the local life and the ingredients of Vietnamese cuisine. The menu for the 10 tastings includes: • Banh Xeo: Vietnamese savory crispy pancake with herbs and sauce. Sit back and relax while watching your sizzling cake being done in front of your eyes. • Bo La Lot: Vietnamese grilled beef wrapped in betel leaves with a distinctive fragrance and smoky, juicy, tender meat. Enjoy it with a pineapple anchovy dipping sauce for the ultimate street snack. • Bun Bò Hue: Beef noodle soup. • Chuoi Nuong: Grilled Banana with coconut milk sauce. A mix of sweet and salty. • Crispy Banana Cracker • Bánh Mì: Traditional baguette with sausage, butter, and meat. • Banh Trang Nuong: A great mix of melted butter, cheese, egg, and Vietnamese sausage. • Cold Sugar Cane Juice with Kumquat • Jasmine Tea: A traditional drink to local Vietnamese restaurants. • Dessert with Bánh Flan: Flan cake at a popular place for locals.