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Saigon: 3-Hour Nightlife Tour by Motorbike

1. Saigon: 3-Hour Nightlife Tour by Motorbike

Saigon is at its most interesting and beautiful at night. You’ll get an overview the city and an insider’s look at its nightlife on a 3-hour motorbike tour with a Tiger guide. Your guide will take you on a ride through some of Saigon’s well-known streets. See the flower market, ride along the Saigon River and cruise through several different neighborhoods. Drive through China Town, the most bustling area in Saigon and one of the biggest and oldest China towns in the world. Every corner and alley in the city at night is teeming with activity. Stop at a local restaurant to see how local food is prepared and enjoy some delicious street food. You will be served the world-famous banh xeo (Vietnamese pancakes), goi cuon (spring rolls) and nem nuong (BBQ pork). The Tiger guides know their city and are happy to show you places most visitors don’t see by themselves. Stop at Chill Skybar for a drink and great views. This is one of the city’s hippest and most highly-recommended bars. Have a cocktail or a glass of wine and enjoy the fantastic panoramic view of the city from above.

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Saigon Street Food Tour with Motorbike

2. Saigon Street Food Tour with Motorbike

Enjoy delicious Saigon street food on this tour. What kind of food do you want - junk food, seafood or soul food? If you want to try everything once, then this street food tour is perfectly you. Locals believe the most delicious food is originally served at street vendors or small local restaurants - not at fancy tourist restaurants with long menus. This Saigon street food tour will not only offer you an adventurous experience in fun traffic jams surrounded by 7 million motorbikes but it will also immerse all your senses during this 4-hour tour. Enjoy the street food with locals and eat the same way locals do. You will have about 4 different stops for street food dishes; drive through 5 districts to sightsee and explore hidden places that do not appear in your travel guide book. The menu is quite flexible due to your own expectations, personal interests, or food allergies. This is the normal menu for this Saigon street food tour: - Mixed rice paper salad and tropical juice or coconut juice - Grilled beef wrapped in betel leaf with Vietnamese beer - Three typical noodle soups which are original from the North – Central – South of Vietnam or Banh Xeo (the Vietnamese fried savory pancake) - Local snail and seafood buffet - Dessert

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Top 10 dishes: Saigon Luxury Private Food Tour By Motobike

3. Top 10 dishes: Saigon Luxury Private Food Tour By Motobike

Explore the culinary scene of Ho Chi Minh City by motorbike, and discover why food is such a huge part of Vietnamese culture, daily life and national pride. Join the locals and brave the traffic on a ubiquitous mode of transport as you journey around the city. Meet the vendors and go to outdoor restaurants carefully chosen for the quality of the food, their popularity with the locals and their authenticity. Avoid the tourist traps (unless requested) with guides you can trust. They never accept or receive any money for their recommendations, and will never leave your side! Benefit from an itinerary carefully tailored for your pleasure, depending how much time you want to spend at each site and what your specific interests are. Go on a culinary journey to places where the locals like to eat, and savor the same fresh delights at more than 10 mouthwatering tastings.  Whether your food preferences are adventurous or more conservative, you will not go hungry and will get the most for your money.   

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Ho Chi Minh: 5-hour Private Sightseeing & Street Food Tour

4. Ho Chi Minh: 5-hour Private Sightseeing & Street Food Tour

Meet your guide to take a ride in the lively, bustling Saigon traffic, while you chat with the informative and caring tour guides to learn more about the local life of this vibrant city. Get to know the city by visiting its famous landmarks, existing since the French colonial time. See the Opera House, City Hall, the Central Post Office, and Notre Dame Cathedral. Jump back on your bike and enjoy the breeze as you head to a popular temple in Saigon’s history. Take a short walk to the wet market down the street for cooling drinks and snacks. Drive through the traffic to Thich Quang Duck memorial park and Ho Thi Ky wholesale flower market. Here, you can see how locals live and work before heading down to the diverse China Town area. Drive on East-West Roadway and see Saigon's poorest area, the Saigon floating area, and the canal system. Stop at a local restaurant to try different kinds of food (depending on your itinerary and your interest, your tour guide will take you to a restaurant that's sure to please, and where dietary restrictions can be catered to). Before heading back to your hotel, take a short drive along to Saigon River and Bach Dang pier, into a new city in District 2 and Thu them tunnel, a nice way to wrap up the tour.

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2-Day All Inclusive, Flexible Package: Cu Chi & Mekong Delta

5. 2-Day All Inclusive, Flexible Package: Cu Chi & Mekong Delta

For most travelers, Ho Chi Minh City, still known as Saigon by locals, is primarily the gateway to the Mekong Delta and the nearby Cu Chi Tunnels. From the heartbreaking War Remnants Museum to luxe shopping strips, gourmet restaurants and delectable street stalls, HCMC is a taste of all that Vietnam has to offer.  Day 1 consists of a Cu Chi Tunnels Tour, a water puppet show and dinner on a cruise. At 8:00 AM on the first day, you will be picked up from your hotel in Ho Chi Minh City to start the Cu Chi Tunnels Tour. Enjoy a fascinating tour of the Cu Chi tunnels, where you'll learn more about the conditions the people lived in, the hardships they faced, and the amazing ingenuity employed to maintain life in the tunnels. Walk past huge bomb craters - evidence of the heavy bombing campaigns in the region during the Indochina conflict, discover hidden entrances right beneath your feet, wander past tiny little chimneys in the ground that dispersed smoke from the underground kitchens, sample some of the simple cuisine that local fighters would have survived on, and have an opportunity to venture into the tunnels and explore the complex. You'll end this historical Ho Chi Minh City tour with a greater understanding of the local impacts of the conflicts of the 20th century. At 2:30 PM, arrive back to Ho Chi Minh City and enjoy some free time for lunch. At 6:00 PM, you will be picked up again to transfer to the water puppet theater. Water-puppetry is an ancient puppet tradition and an important part of Vietnamese culture. In water-puppetry, puppets are played on the surface of a pool of water, while a Vietnamese orchestra of professional musicians, accompanied by an array of talented singers, provide background music for the performance. Enjoy watching the puppet show and learning more about Vietnamese rural life and folklore. Many of the programs, especially those involving the tales of day-to-day living, often have a humorous twist. After the show, head to Saigon River to board a boat for a cruise. Take the time to admire the lights of Saigon city from the river. Dinner will then be served on the cruise, which you can enjoy while listening to the selection of relaxing music. At 9:00 PM, you will be taken back to your hotel. On day 2, enjoy a tour of Mekong Delta and explore Ho Chi Minh City's street food by motorbike. Start the day at 8:00 AM where your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel before heading to My Tho city by bus. Enjoy the scenery and green rice paddies during the 1.5-hour bus ride. Along the way, visit Vinh Trang pagoda, the biggest pagoda in Mekong Delta. Continue to My Tho, where you will take a boat trip along the Mekong River, during the trip you can see fish cages and floating houses on the river. The boat takes you to a small canal, escaping the hustle and bustle of the town. Disembark at a coconut island in Ben Tre and enjoy a walk around the village. Stop at a local family home to enjoy tropical fruit, taste the honey tea and honey wine and listen to Vietnamese traditional music performed by the villagers. Check out the coconut candy shop and learn how to make candy, and see handicrafts made from the coconuts. Take your time snapping photos and enjoy the natural scenery before heading to the local restaurant. Lunch is set with special Vietnamese food and you can enjoy your lunch outside under the shade of the trees. After lunch, enjoy time to relax, walk around the village, or perhaps go for a short bike ride. Then, travel back to Saigon and arrive around 4:30 PM. In the evening, you will be collected from your hotel to start the local street food tour. Eat your way through Saigon, aka Ho Chi Minh City, the way locals do. Indulge in the dishes that have made Southern Vietnamese cuisine famous such as xa xui (Cantonese barbecued pork), chao muc (squid soup) and bo la lot (barbecued minced beef). Mingle with locals over Saigonese coffee, experience Saigon’s history and multi-culturalism through its food. Explore hidden alleys and go off the beaten track to see Saigon in a way few tourists do.

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Saigon City Motorbike Tour

6. Saigon City Motorbike Tour

Be shown this amazing city by a real local who speaks English and has excellent driving skills. Explore the different parts of the city from the tourist attractions to local areas and from the wealthy suburbs to the hidden slums. Discover at least seven districts, each known for different things. At district 1, see Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office, Student Bet coffee style park, and Nguyen Hue walking street. See the beautiful French colonial architecture and watch the local youth activities to understand why Saigon is known as a promised land in Vietnam. In district 3 learn about the Venerable Thich Quang Duc Monument. Thich Quang Duc monk burned himself to death to protest against the persecution of Buddhism during the Vietnamese War in June 1963. Explore some of the oldest buildings in Saigon and the typical shopping streets and small markets. This district is a desirable area for the middle-class with a quiet and tranquil atmosphere and French architecture villas. Head to district 10 for the best flower market in Saigon. If you are a flower lover, make sure you do not miss this biggest wholesale market. Immerse yourself in many kinds of tropical and imported flowers with the most reasonable prices in town. District 5 and 6 are home to China Town and the most active shopping streets and traditional markets that locals go to. You can wander through the roosters and birds market, fabric market, traditional Chinese medicine market, and the biggest motorbike accessories market in Saigon. Learn why China Town in Saigon is different and how the Chinese and Vietnamese people live together and trade in Saigon. Discover the real local town along the Saigon River in district 8 and 4. This is the time for a truly deep view inside the real life of normal local people. Some still live in slums on the other side of Saigon River and some are luckier with little homes in the car-free zone. Then head to the typical expat area of district 7, known as Japanese and Korean town. Unlike the other places you see on your tour, the Southern Saigon area is totally different with a brightly organized gated community.

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Ho Chi Minh City’s Most Tasty Street Food Tour by Motorbike

7. Ho Chi Minh City’s Most Tasty Street Food Tour by Motorbike

What makes Vietnam so popular? There are many answers, but above all, it's food. Yet, there is more to Vietnamese cuisine than just noodle soups, banh mi and spring rolls. These dishes are delicious, but when it comes to authentic and true Vietnamese ways of eating, street food is the number one choice. This is the perfect tour for adventurous foodies. After pick-up your tour guide will drive you to different spots that are filled with street food selling everything from flavorful savory dishes to refreshing desserts. Some of the dishes you'll try on the tour are: Bun Thit Nuong (BBQ pork served with rice noodle, fresh herbs and cooked fish sauce)Banh khot (tiny shrimp cakes served with coconut milk, fresh herbs and dipping sauce)Vietnamese dumplingsBanh cuon (stuffed and steamed rolls)Goi cuon (fresh summer rolls)Vietnamese plan cake for dessertWhatever you feel like eating, your guide will source for you until you have eaten your fill. Furthermore, your knowledgeable and friendly tour guide and the beautiful scenery of Ho Chi Minh City will make the experience even more memorable. 

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Saigon: Night Food Tour by Motorbike

8. Saigon: Night Food Tour by Motorbike

At 5:30PM your English speaking driver team will pick you up at your hotel or a specified place. From there, your first stop will be at a famous local restaurant, specialising in beef noodles soup, one of the most popular dishes in Vietnam. After that, drive to Nguyen Thien Thuat street, one of the most famous street food areas in Saigon with the considerable diversity in the style of the cuisine and local culture. Take a short walk to explore and understand more about the lifestyle of local people, the history, as well as many other stories about this building. Then stop for enjoying bo la lot (beef wrapped in betel leaf), one of the most famous street foods of Vietnam. Then, continue driving to the biggest flower market in Saigon before passing by Nguyen Trai street located in district 5 which is famous for hundreds of fashion shops along the street. Driving over Nguyen Van Cu Bridge, look out upon the Saigon River and some of the stilt houses which sit upon it, and enjoy the fresh cool breeze from the river. Afterwards, visit district 4, also known as the smallest district in Saigon, a small island surrounded by Saigon River. Then enjoy BBQ seafood on BBQ Street where many famous seafood restaurants rise up and attract thousands of guests coming here every night to enjoy dinner and share beautiful moments with their families and friends.  Then, finish the tour with a drive back to your hotel. 

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Ho Chi Minh City: Water Puppet Show and Dinner Cruise

9. Ho Chi Minh City: Water Puppet Show and Dinner Cruise

Treat yourself to a fantastic night out in Ho Chi Minh City. See a traditional Vietnamese Water Puppet performance, and delight in live folk music and native dancing. Visit some of the city's highlights by motorbike, and relish a sumptuous meal as you cruise along the Saigon River. Meet your English-speaking driver at your hotel at 5:15 PM, and take a motorbike tour of some of Ho Chi Minh's main attractions. Head to the Golden Dragon Water Puppet Theatre at 6:30 PM for an entertaining puppet show, accompanied by live, traditional music. Next, transfer with your guide to the cruise port, and begin your journey along the Saigon River at 7:45 PM. Admire the views of Ho Chi Minh City by night from your cruise, and dine on tasty, Vietnamese food. The cruise ends at around 9:15 PM, and your driver will then drop you off back at your hotel. If you would prefer to do the tour by private car, rather than on a motorbike, there is an additional cost of $30.

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Ho Chi Minh City: Nightlife Motorbike Tour with Dinner

10. Ho Chi Minh City: Nightlife Motorbike Tour with Dinner

The tour will being at 6:00 PM with pickup from your hotel. Your guide will give you a quick safety briefing, then you’ll hop on the back of their bike and zip towards the city center with an expert driver.  Weaving through busy lanes you will wind past the ochre edifice of Notre Dame Cathedral and see the Gothic features of Saigon Central Post Office. Drive along roads that skirt the famous river and pass many other gorgeous sights before reaching the port. Here you will climb aboard a luxury cruise vessel. Enjoy a delicious meal of Vietnamese specialties as you drift along the river. Spend some time on the open-air deck to savor the tranquil views of the glittering lights back on shore. After dinner, you’ll be taken back to your hotel, where the tour will end at around 9:45 PM. 

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What people are saying about Mekong Delta

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 3 reviews

This was a fantastic experience. Elle and Henry were excited from the moment they picked us up which made the food tour even better. The food was amazing and there was a large variety of it. While it was all traditionally Vietnamese, I’m not sure we would have discovered many of the dishes on our own. Elle and Henry took time to explain everything we ate and walked us through how food relates to the culture. As an added bonus, we also enjoyed seeing how Vietnamese people live and learning fun facts about Vietnamese superstitions. Finally, I want to say how great Henry did as it was his first tour and he was in training, which we would have never known if he had not told us.

The street food tour with Mino and Vietnam Street FoodsTour was one of my TOP 3 experiences in Vietnam during my two-week holiday! I really enjoyed to experience the city on a moterbike. Mino was a good driver - felt very safe all the time, just enjoyed the breeze! He was also a very considerat and friendly guide, told me a lot of interesting details about the vietnamese lifestyle, culture incl. food (of course!). I can totally recommend this for all visitors in Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City!

We did the evening tour with Seven and Loui and can’t recommend this tour enough, the food was amazing! Getting around on the motorbikes is a great way to see the city at night and the boys driving was exceptional. Overall was a much better then expected experience and great way to try local street food

It was a very nice experience for me. My Guide Tony has a lot of knowledge and his english was very good. I feeling very safe on the motorbike and he show me the best vegan food in town.

Really fun riding around with an expert driver , weaving in and out of traffic , side streets and passages , eating exquisite street food and visiting historic areas of Saigon .