Back of the Bike Tours Announces Ho Chi Minh Walking Food Tour

Back of the Bike Tours has announced the launch of their brand new Walking Food Tour in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, which is called the Saigon Street Food Stroll. This tour features some great Vietnamese classics like Pho and Banh Mi, while adding some popular Saigonese dishes like Grilled Pork Skewers and Papaya Salad. Their brand new route has been established to show off what is considered as one of the best areas in the world, which is District 3. Their team of professional guides will take people on the foodie adventure of their life, offering them great insight that helps them learn more about Ho Chi Minh City and Vietnamese culture. More about this can be gleaned at

Fredrick Wilson, spokesperson for Back of the Bike Tours, says, “We’re inviting everyone to try the Saigon Street Food Stroll and get to know more about Ho Chi Minh City and their food and culture. Since 2011, Back of the Bike Tours has been taking hungry travelers to some of the best street eats in town to satisfy their hunger for learning and exploring. We absolutely love hospitality, tourism, and above everything else, tasty food. We have set the standard for Food Tours in Ho Chi Minh City. We have been celebrated in The Guardian and The New York Times. Our own personal food heroes have toured Saigon with us, like Masterchef, Christine Ha. After even all of that, we’re most proud of the feedback from our wonderful guests on TripAdvisor.“

Saigon Walking Food Tour

Specifically, those who take part in the Saigon Street Food Stroll will explore District 3 in Ho Chi Minh City through a walking food tour. District 3 is known as one of the “Top Neighborhoods in the World to Live.” It will be a 4-kilometer walk partaking in delicious Vietnamese food while learning more about the French architecture and modern society of Saigon, including its unique culture. The food to be tasted during the tour has been assured to be suitable for beginners who want to explore a delicious and safe way to taste the best of Ho Chi Minh’s delicacies.

The walk has been designed to be of medium-level intensity because some of the sidewalks are uneven and at times may be filled with traffic during rush hour. The Saigon Street Food Stroll is held from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm and the food to be tasted include Vietnamese Baguette a.k.a. Banh Mi; Vietnamese “Tiny” Pancakes wrapped with Fresh Vegetables and provided with Sweet Fish Sauce; Grilled Pork Skewers with Roasted Chili Sauce; Green Papaya Salad with Dried Brief; Coconut with Kumquat Juice; and Northern Style Beef Pho.

Aside from the walking food tours, Back of the Bike Tours also offers several motorbike food tours. These include the Big Eats & Small Seats, A Taste of Vietnam, and Chef’s Tour. The Big Eats & Small Eats is an afternoon Saigon food tour by motorbike that is focused on family-operated restaurants or local vendors. This tour is held from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm and has a diverse menu, ranging from papaya salad to fresh grilled seafood. A Taste of Vietnam features some hidden culinary gems in Saigon. It has been designed to be very comfortable for everyone with good seating and an atmosphere that is suitable for both youthful and senior customers. It also features a diverse menu, featuring some fresh grilled barbecue, hands-on cooking, and a bowl of whole crab soup. The Chef’s Tour is the Ultimate Private Saigon Street Food Tour developed by the owner who was a chef for many years. The tour is five hours long, from 5:00 pm to 10 p.m., jumping from location to location. Its menu includes Pho Bo, Goi Du Du Bo, Banh Mi Thit Nuong, Banh Xeo, Banh Canh Ghe, and Bun Thit Nuong.

Those who are interested in Ho Chi Minh City Tours can check out their website or contact them on the telephone or via email.

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