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From US$45.00
  • Get off the beaten path on a street food tour of Hoi An on the back of a scooter
  • Gain local insight into dishes that you may otherwise have missed out on
  • Explore the backstreets of the UNESCO-listed Hoi An Ancient Town for a different perspective
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Stray from the beaten path on a street food tour of Hoi An by scooter, an alternative sightseeing experience that’s ideal for first-time visitors. Traveling on the back of a motorbike like a local, you’ll get away from the touristic centre and feast on local delicacies such as fried spring rolls, Vietnamese-style pizza, and corn milk, before exploring the back streets of the UNESCO-listed Hoi An Ancient Town. Plus, convenient hotel pickup mean you won’t have to worry about finding a meeting point.
What to Expect

Experience the street food of Hoi An on a 4-hour tour, and unlock the secrets to the small alleys to enjoy 10 best local dishes at 6 different stops like a local. Visit local eateries to taste the best foods, take your seats with our food-loving guide and locals on tiny plastic chairs to have the best experience ever. Let's meet our young and enthusiastic tour guide, who help you discover the local and safe places to eat in Hoi An as well as share hidden stories inside our unique cuisine. The last top of this fun-filled adventure is at Hoi An Ancient Town where you can choose to stay and discover more about charming night life of the Ancient Town.

The tour operates in the afternoon when most of the street vendors are open for business. All food and drink is included in the price.
This is not just a food tour, but a great way to see parts of ancient Hoi An city that the majority of tourists don't get to see! Experience how real Vietnamese people live, work, and eat!

Our menu:

  • Stick BBQ with pork   
  • Spring roll        
  • Vietnamese pizza       
  • Bánh Mỳ        
  • Fried rice with chicken
  • Chè Chuối
  • Corn milk        
  • Herbal tea
  • Ice - cream     
  • Rice pancake
  • Hoi An wonton
  • Bánh căn
  • Bánh Đập
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Country side and cooking class

First of all it was possible to book the tour by the email one day before, so we didn't have to go anywhere. The trip was just wonderful. At the start of the day at 8 a.m. our guides, Kelly and Sanh, took us from...More

1  Thank Svetlana K
Reviewed 14 June 2018
Great Food and Sights Tour!

My Boyfriend and I did the food and sights tour. We saw so many amazing parts of Hoi An and experienced the local food all thanks to our incredible tour guides Sally and Water. Could not recommend this tour highly enough. Sally and Water were...More

Thank Claudia D
Reviewed 14 April 2018 via mobile
Friendly & Great Services

2 friendly tour guides who are Sang Minh & Cherry. Thanks for bringing us to visit this beautiful city and tasting the local viet coffee, redbean yogurts, noodle (with cooking class). They can speak in English, Mandarin, Korean and local viet languages, totally no communication...More

2  Thank Fanglim A
Reviewed 7 April 2018
Great tour with the best meal we had in Vietnam!

Very pleasant scooter tour of the countryside around Hoi An, especially we had THE BEST lunch in Vietnam, we made our own rice noodles and this old couple cooked them for us and it was wayyyyyy better than any other stuff we had in expensive...More

2  Thank Lukinski
Reviewed 14 March 2018
So full!!

WOW!!! This is the best way to see Hoi An!! So fun, so interesting and so tasty. We were so full after this tour. Simply follow the girls (Carly and Sally), they know what they are doing. They suggested a change of activities which turned...More

Thank Catherine G
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