Anyone who travels to Saigon may be surprised by the crazy traffic with hundreds of motorbikes on the streets. Weave the crowded main roads and quiet small alleys, you can stop anywhere to see, smell, touch and eat. Certainly the big part of this tour is eating. Just spend your whole morning to eat local foods and learn more about Vietnamese and Saigon cuisine.
7 districts, 3 markets, 2 street food areas, 6 famous restaurants & food stalls, 10 specialty dishes
1st stop: 50-year-old Banh cuon restaurant
- Stuffed pancake
2nd stop: Over 20-year Chuoi nep nuong stall
- Grilled banana in sticky rice
3rd stop: Over 80-year-old coffee shop
- Learn how to brew and drink unique “Vot” coffee
4th stop: Over 20-year Com tam restaurant
- Broken rice with grilled pork
5th stop: Over 20-year Banh xeo restaurant
- Crispy Vietnamese pancake
6th stop: A famous dessert restaurant
- Flan cake or Coconut jelly
Bonus hidden places
- Thich Quang Duc Memorial
- Nguyen Thien Thuat apartment buildings
- Ho Thi Ky flower market
Price $40 USD
$45 -10% off
- Child from 3 to 7 years: 27 USD
- Child from 8 to 12 years: 40 USD
Start time At your wish, 8:00 AM recommeded
Duration 4 hours
- Pay in advance or at the end of the tour in USD or VND cash. We accept
- Travel insurance, high-quality helmet
- Free hotel pickup and drop off in District 1, 3, 4, 5, 10. Extra fee $3 USD if out of listed districts.
- English speaking guide
- Motorbike, fuel, rain poncho (if needed)
- All foods & drinks
- Pictures from your tour (emailed later)
- Free cancellation
Our talented guide with the motorbike picks you up at your hotel (or any location requested by you). After a short riding instruction and program introduction, we hop on the motorbike. The guide makes sure you are ok on the motorbike before weaving around the main streets and narrow alleyways to see the city.
1st stop: We stop at over 50-year-old Banh cuon Hai Nam – the oldest and most famous places to eat Stuffed Vietnamese pancake. The guide shows you how the skillful cook steam the thin cake on the large flat cloth.
2nd stop: Drive to a small street food stall which is over 20 years old to learn how they wrap and grill one of top Saigon street foods – Grilled banana & sticky rice in banana leaves.
3rd stop: It is a big chance to stop at Cheo Leo cafe – an 80-year coffee shop hidden in an alley and famous for its distinct “Vot” coffee. There you sit around a table, take a rest, enjoy the drink and chat leisurely with the guide as a friend like locals. You also learn how to make a cup of “Vot” coffee and interact with the nice owner of the coffee shop.
4th stop: Stopping at a long-standing Broken rice restaurant, we see how they grill pork on charcoal, buy a portion of Broken rice and eat at the next stop. Broken rice should not be missed on a Saigon food tour because it is a specialty food of the city. It is a perfect blend of the broken rice, grilled pork, cucumber, pickles, green onion oil, sweet and sour fish sauce dip.
5th stop: We stop to eat again 🙂 at an over 20-year-old restaurant known as Top 5 Places to eat Vietnamese pancake in Saigon. The guide shows you how the cook makes thin, large, and crispy pancakes skillfully, how to wrap the cake in vegetables and eat.
6th stop: Next, we head to a non-touristic dessert stall where you can choose to eat an amazing Saigon dessert – Smooth, tender, lightly sweet and greasy Flan cake topped with shaved ice and Vietnamese coffee.
Lastly, the guide returns you to your hotel. It is time to say goodbye, tour ends but memories last forever.
You are welcomed to customize the tour program (INCLUDING TOUR ROUTE AND FOODS) at your wish because this is a private tour. We can accomodate all food allergies, dietary restrictions, and vegetarians. Let us know your idea when you book the tour or on the tour. You can also request a female or male guide for your tour.
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