Drinking in Saigon

Drinking in Saigon

In Saigon, there’s no drinking age. Saigon beers (Saigon Red, Saigon Green, Tiger, 333) are at reasonable price in the country, you can grab one at about less than 1 USD. Foreign brands (Heineken, Sapporo) are also popular. It’s sold everywhere on the streets, in convenient stores, markets, supermarkets… There are hundreds of places to drink such as luxury restaurant, pubs and food stalls on the streets which we call “quan nhau”. But it’s easy to see friends, couples, family’s members gather around tables at food stalls to drink beer and enjoy beer foods. Others drink beer at home. Snail, grilled dishes, seafood, goat… are popular beer foods. Some prefer drinking with a plate of peanuts or dried foods (squid jerky, beef jerky…). Vietnamese people drink beer at any time during day and night. But “quan nhau” are the most crowded at cool night when people have finished their work and gathered under the star to sip some beer and eat some foods. It’s time to forget all things including stress, sadness… and totally relax. Beer drinking in Saigon  is popular and it’s one of the best ways to socialize.

Drinking In Saigon Scooter Saigon Tour

Local wine can be bought easily and there’s no limit to buy it. Rice wine is often drunk with snakes, dog meat, small animals and fear factor foods. Rice wine drinking has become a part of culture in Vietnam’s countrysides, especially in Mekong Delta. Can Wine (Ruou Can) – a type of wine that is drunk with many straws from a vase is a famous in the country. Many tourists buy Vietnamese wine to bring home to gift their friends and family.
It’s true that it’s fun to drink in Vietnam. How about drinking beer in Saigon? If you travel to Ho Chi Minh city, it’s a big chance for you to experience “beer drinking” at night. Do not hesitate to book a motorbike food tour with us to enjoy beer and beer foods with our beautiful tour guide.  Browse our Saigon motorbike tour here!

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