Back Of The Bike Tours Helps Visitors Find The Best Local Breakfast In Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh City based Back of the Bike Tours is proud to announce that they have published a new article on their blog highlighting the best breakfast dishes available. Ho Chi Minh City is renowned for its huge variety of street food. As such, the company hopes the article will entice those who love to start their day well to seek out the best Vietnamese breakfast in Saigon.

Fredrick Wilson, speaking on behalf of Back of the Bike Tours, says, “Although many hotels provide authentic Vietnamese dishes, we think that the best way to enjoy them is to savor them in places only the locals know about. We can provide that once in a lifetime experience. From traditional dishes to fusions with western tastes like Bánh mì Hoà Mã, which include bread. Having a personal tour with our experienced guides will allow you to learn more than you could ever have expected, creating memories you will want to share with your friends and family.”

Those who have used Back of the Bike Tours rave about their experience in thousands of online reviews, (almost 3,000 on TripAdvisor alone). Over on Google, Alex Ford writes in their 5-Star review that, “If you’re in Saigon and you like to eat, this tour is an absolute must. The staff are super organized, friendly and knowledgeable. You get to experience delicious dishes from thoughtfully selected restaurants that would otherwise be inaccessible to most visitors. It’s an incredible value, too. Do it your first night in the city to learn how to select dishes and get good recommendations. I have only good things to say about our experience with Back of the Bike food tours.”

The company is one of the leading Ho Chi Minh City food tour providers that provide a safe, unique experience for solo travelers and large families alike. Private tours with Back of the Bike are affordably priced to suit any budget. Rob Laggar sums up his family’s experience in his own 5-Star review on Google, saying, “A definite must-do when in HCM! What a fabulous evening spent scooting around the city tasting the most delicious food with delightful hosts! With five kids aged between 13-25 years, great fun was had by all. Amazing sights, sounds, smells and experiences.” Laggar concludes, “Do this, you won’t be disappointed!”

USA Today recently featured Back of the Bike Tours’ comprehensive list of things to do in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). In the article, Wilson says, “If you are travelling to Vietnam and looking for the best tour recommendations, please do not hesitate to contact Back of the Bike Tours. We offer some of the most epic Ho Chi Minh tours, covering all the best things to do in the city and the surrounding areas. We believe that our tour itinerary offers a complete experience to those who are looking for an authentic Vietnamese experience.”

Ho Chi Minh appeals to all types of tourists and travelers. It has many historic monuments and buildings to explore by day, complemented by its very colorful nightlife, including top rated bars and nightclubs. It is one of the most popular holiday destinations because it provides affordable, safe access to its beautiful natural resources, friendly people and a rich variety of culinary experiences. Back of the Bike Tours offer a full range of tours that will appeal to any traveler, even if they only have a few days in Ho Chi Minh. Experiencing a different culture and trying new foods is one of the main reasons people travel. Experiencing one of the best food tours in Ho Chi Minh City is one of the highlights of most holidays there.

Full details of all available tours can be found on Back of the Bike Tours’ website, along with additional contact information. Bookings can be made through Trip Advisor for two of their most popular tours as well. They invite all travelers to follow them on social media channels to stay abreast of their latest news and announcements.

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