Experience two of Bangkok’s most famous traditional markets on this half-day tour. Benefit from a small group size as you ride the train to the Maeklong Railway Market, uniquely situated on a working railway track. After free time for shopping, continue to the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and cruise around the stalls on a longtail boat.
Go off the beaten track in one of Tokyo's most-trafficked areas on a food tour of Shibuya. In a small group of no more than 10 people, your guide will take you to some hidden dining venues, missed by most visitors, where you can try traditional Japanese foods you may never have eaten before.
Find great bargains, sample unique street food and listen to live music at the Hanoi night market. This 3.5-hour tour introduces you to the local lifestyle at the weekend market, which stretches from Hang Ngang to Hang Dao Street. Take part in this social event and shopping occasion with an in-the-know guide who shares all the hot spots.
If you’re visiting Japan for the first time, receive a cultural introduction to the country during a tea ceremony in traditional kimonos. During the ceremony, learn about Japanese history and sample matcha green tea, a local specialty. Plus, wearing a traditional kimono means you leave the experience with fantastic photographs to commemorate your time in Kyoto.
Many boat tours go to James Bond Island but this one lets you experience it just like Bond: luxuriously. As you set sail aboard a catamaran, enjoy a welcome drink and delicious buffet lunch. Afterward, swim off Lawa island then kayak into a cave at the Hongs of Phang Nga. After exploring James Bond Island by longboat you'll enjoy a sunset dinner on the way back.
To experience Ho Chi Minh City, you need to do two things: Ride a motorbike, and eat the food. On this tour, you’ll do both. Zooming across five districts with your English-speaking guide, you’ll hop on and off your motorbike to taste bun bo hue, nuoc mia, banh mi, goi cuon, and so much more—including ice-cold juice, perfect for those hot Saigon nights.
Menu can be slightly changed depends on Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
CHOOSE YOUR OPTION:
1. SAIGON SIGHTSEEING + 6 TASTINGS: 26$
2. SAIGON SIGHTSEEING + 11 TASTINGS: 30$
3. 11 TASTINGS W/ BEER & SEAFOOD: 35$
Our Tastings Menu:
1. Bun Bo Hue - Unique Noodle Soup
2. Grilled Oyster with black pepper sauce
3. Grilled Banana with coconut milk: a bit sweet and salty of of tropical fruit
4. Banh Mi- No1 Street food
5. Bánh Tráng Nướng - a great mix of melted butter, cheese, egg & sausage
6. Banana cracker
7. Jasmine Tea
8. SURPRISE DISH
9. Fresh spring roll with shrimp
10. Cold sugarcane juice
11. Dessert Flan cake
THIS TOUR IS DIFFERENT THAN OTHER TOURS! I focus on food and drinks. The main focus is drinking at each spot while we eat some great food. I provide 5 hour tours. I will be taking you around the neighborhood that has the best food in Seoul, HANDS DOWN! There are tiny alleys that even Koreans don't know about! I have taken many people around here including my native Korean friends and they will agree that it is the best of the best! Just make sure to bring a huge appetite since we will be trying a ton of dishes!
I do not take you to places that you will be able to find on google or are commercialized. I take you to places you would typically not be able to go to on your own.
If you have dietary restrictions, please don't book or contact me first. There aren't many non-meat options.
The food and drinks are not included in the price of the tour. Everything is cheap and you will split the cost with the other people in the group. It gives you more flexibility to try or not try things.
Please note: Price varies by group size.
With three local cuisines to choose from—plus a welter of international fare—Singapore’s world-class street food scene can be hard to navigate. Discover it with a private guide on this comprehensive tour. Taste food and drinks from Malay, Chinese, and Indian traditions— from must-tries such as a cup of foaming “teh tarik” tea to unique dishes typical of the city such as “rojak“. As you enjoy the food, you'll stop to see highlights of the city along the way such as Kampong Glam, Little India, and Elderly Corner at Chinatown
Don’t just eat the incredible food in Thailand; with this hands-on half-day experience—you can visit an organic farm and learn how to make local dishes from scratch. Discover expert tips on how to grow herbs and vegetables, and then take part in a cooking class where you can make a variety of dishes—such as curry paste, curry, stir-fry, soup, and spring rolls.
Eat your way around Osaka on this foodie tour, where your local guide will take you to five hidden eateries where you will be trying ten different dishes. Some of the dishes included are gyoza, oden, kitsune udon, takoyaki and more. You’ll also try two drinks, alcoholic and nonalcoholic, to give you a full picture of the food and drink culture of the area. This is a small group tour, with max 8 guests.
Instead of scouring travel websites looking for dinner options, save time and combine dinner with some sightseeing – from a sleek cruise on the Chao Phraya River. Enjoy a buffet dinner with dishes from all over the world as you cruise past Bangkok after dark. Take stunning photos of Wat Arun, Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palace all lit up, or just sit back and enjoy a cultural performance and live music while you eat.
Get views of Bangkok illuminated for the evening while enjoying a buffet dinner on this evening cruise on the Chao Phraya River. You are able to view and photograph Bangkok landmarks such as the Grand Palace and the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun) from the vantage point of the river. Dig in to the buffet of Thai and international dishes while enjoying live music.
Discover great eats in Phuket Old Town with a small group and food-loving guide who shares favorite spots in the historic district. Expect to sample several dishes during the half-day tour, such as Burmese curries, Hokkien noodles, and grilled meats with peanut sauce. Tropical fruits and signature desserts then satisfy the sweet tooth. Learn about the culinary heritage of Thailand and enjoy a feast as well.
Navigating Hanoi’s busy streets on your own can be challenging, but on this food walking tour, you just need to follow your guide to tasty spots. Although the itinerary may change, possible tastings on include rice noodle soup with beef, snails, steamed pancakes, Vietnamese sandwiches and various kinds of donuts. You’ll also enjoy lunch or dinner at a restaurant, depending on the departure time you choose.
This is the ideal pick for first-time visitors to Tokyo. Avoid the tourist traps and benefit from having a guide to take you to secret places that locals love in Ueno. Visit exciting local haunts that you likely wouldn’t find alone such as a standing bar, and a tavern. Learn about the type of food and drinks locals eat and get the chance to try delicious ramen.
Eat your way through Ho Chi Minh City’s street food scene on this half-day tasting tour, dedicated to local favorites that many culinary tours overlook. Drop in on hole-in-the-wall restaurants, where vendors have spent decades perfecting small but tasty menus. Enjoy eight tastings, including freshly made banh mi, sugar cane drink and sweet soup dessert.
Master the basics of Thai cuisine on this tour, with a guided market visit followed by a cooking class with a professional chef in Bangkok. Shop for fresh ingredients at the Khlong Toei market and learn to make traditional Thai dishes like spicy coconut soup, "pad Thai" noodles, and red curry with chicken during a hands-on cooking class. Then sit down to feast on a delicious homemade lunch or dinner.
The street food choices of Ho Chi Minh City can be astounding—and overwhelming. A personal guide makes the decisions and communications easier on this evening walking tour. After a convenient hotel pickup by taxi, savor a menu of delicious dishes washed down with beer and homemade Vietnamese rice wine.
While most cooking classes give you the chance to create a few dishes, this experience lets you learn to make nine Balinese classics, making it the ultimate choice for food lovers. As well as mastering the basics of Balinese cuisine, you’ll select fresh ingredients from a local market and benefit from the insider knowledge of your guide.
Learn to cook like a local during this lesson in Hanoi. After meeting up with an informative instructor in the historic Old Quarter, head to the city’s largest market and learn about the basics of Vietnamese cooking. Pick the best produce and spices, then cook several authentic dishes. Afterward, enjoy your creations while sipping complimentary rice wine.
Experience the authentic street foods in the city of Angel (Bangkok) with our knowledgeable food guide who will show you around the area filled with a variety of delicious and savory Thai cuisines that locals have enjoyed for generations and tourists may not have discovered on their own.
You will sampling 10 different types of prestigious Thai, northern, and southern cuisines that have received high ratings in local food reviews. Strolling through local hidden neighborhoods, back alleys, ghetto-friendly communities, and along the illuminated signs on Yaowarat's main street.
Forget Pad Thai; Thai food is much more than you might expect. You will learn about Thai culture and lifestyle through the foods, as well as the diversity of the minority groups that are behind all of those culinary traditions. Bangkok never sleeps, and it becomes even busier at night.
We won't tell you everything so you can enjoy the surprise of each unique local dish that many tourists are unaware of.
Explore Hanoi’s Old Quarter on foot with a foodie guide who introduces you to local cuisine. This street food tour takes you off the beaten path to food stalls and local eateries in the capital city. Sample authentic dishes and learn about Vietnamese cuisine as you discover the traditional guilds of ‘36 Old Streets.’ Handcrafted souvenir included.
Savor the after-dark pleasures of Bangkok’s legendary street food scene during this evening food and sightseeing excursion by tuk-tuk. Travel aboard one of these iconic 3-wheeled taxis, stopping to sample sizzling roadside favorites like charcoal-fried noodles and pad thai. You also experience attractions like the flower market and the famous Wat Pho temple illuminated at night.
Learn more about Vietnamese culture through its food during this fun cooking class activity. Before heading to the kitchen you’ll tour Hoi An’s fresh produce market to select the ingredients you’ll cook with. Then, set sail up the river in a bamboo basket boat and try fishing for crabs the Vietnamese way. In the kitchen, enjoy a two-hour cooking class and learn new skills. Enjoy eating your creations after.
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