- Travel and taste Hanoi the way the locals do
- Riding pillion on this fun scooter tour takes you around the city’s landmarks
- Explore bustling markets and hidden back streets where plentiful delicacies await
Rosie was great, everything went as planned.
A unique foodie tour of this lively city introduces you to the Vietnamese cuisine, which has been heavily influenced by both the French and the Chinese. Travelling at a relaxed pace (not like the locals in that aspect!) you’ll stop regularly to sample distinctive and delicious products from a variety of stalls in the Old Quarter. Try unusual foods such as duck tongues and egg coffee, or stick with the mouth-watering seafood and vegetable dishes on offer. Perch on plastic stools around the table with the locals, and get stuck into a memorable meal.
In Tinggly’s opinion, this is the best way to do sightseeing in Hanoi - the wind in your hair, swiftly naivgating traffic to see the sights of the French and Old Quarters, and the aromas of delicious freshly-cooked food all around. Plus the opportunity to stop off whenever you want to taste. Finish up at a secret cafe for an evening drink, with amazing views overlooking Hoan Kiem lake.