• Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 75.00 View price calendar

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Ho Chi Minh City is one of the best places to sample Vietnam’s varied street food, but it can be intimidating for visitors to explore a new city at night. This 4-hour street food tour by motorbike ensures a fun and safe experience, as your guide takes you to the best local vendors, explains each dish, and introduces you to delicacies such as Vietnamese BBQ, ‘Banh Mi’ meatballs, and sweet custard dessert.


  • 4-hour street food tasting tour of Ho Chi Minh City
  • Get the inside scoop on Ho Chi Minh City’s street food scene from a local guide
  • Sample Vietnamese delicacies such as BBQ meats, rice cakes, and sweet custard dessert
  • Explore the atmospheric neighborhoods of Ho Chi Minh City by night, including Chinatown, Nguyen Trai street, and Pham Ngu Lao
  • Great-value tour includes hotel pick-up
  • Small-group limited to 10 people ensures a personalised experience

What You Can Expect

Saigon Night Street Food Tour by Motorbike

BBQ food on night tour

After being picked up from your central Ho Chi Minh City hotel at 5:30pm, meet your guide and small group of no more than 10 people, and set out to discover Ho Chi Minh City’s legendary street food scene.

Start by soaking up the atmosphere of Pham Ngu Lao, the buzzing heart of Ho Chi Minh City’s nightlife, then cross the canal to explore District 4 as the sun sets over the city. Zip along the scenic waterfront of the Saigon River, passing the statue of Tran Hung Dao and pausing to snap photos from the Thu Thiem Bridge. Then, jump off to tuck into the first of many street food specialties, including an array of delicious BBQ meats.

Continue through District 1, where you’ll have chance to taste the best ‘Banh Mi’ meatballs in the city – so popular that you’ll have to get there quick before they sell out. Sample more unique Vietnamese dishes at the next stop, including traditional rice cakes with toppings including meat, seasoned vegetables, and peanuts.

Finally, wind your way through the vibrant streets of Chinatown, the biggest of its kind in Vietnam, where you’ll get to indulge your sweet tooth in an array of typical sweets and desserts. Perhaps tuck into a sweet custard dessert, a bowl of fresh fruit in syrup, or some tasty sugared dumplings.

With your appetite sated, there’s just time to glide down the neon-lit shopping boulevard of Nguyen Trai, before being dropped back at your hotel.

Customer Reviews

Deborah A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Oh my gosh, where does one to begin when travelling out on a motor bike - in the most crazy motor bike city in the world! Our guides were just wonderful..Stan and Loang sp? were absolutely the best hosts, introducing us to a very memorable local experience that we would never have had if we had been on our own. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

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