If you want to see a different side of Saigon, let us take you outside of the Centre and show you parts of the city that most visitors don’t get to see. Saigon looks much different at night than it does in the daytime, from the lights of the red paper lanterns in Cholon, to the food ghettos of District 10, our amazing tour guide will safely guide you through hidden streets and tiny alleyways that very few travellers to Saigon ever experience!
Feel the rush of driving down the newly built Saigon freeway, and gaze upon the magnificent Bitexco Tower, one of the tallest buildings in Vietnam. See the crowds of people gather at many of the makeshift sidewalk cafes that magically appear at night. We will also show you the wide contrast between the old Saigon and the new modern city that is developing! So hop on and let us take you for a joyride!
“This tour includes plenty of food but is not a food tour, our trip focuses on the nightlife and culture of Saigoners, so you will really see how the locals live, work and eat!
Top things to do in Saigon at night includes:
Food – Street food with authentic taste and local atmosphere
Sights– Shotgun through 4 of the most famous (and infamous) districts at night
Culture – Our fun and enthusiastic guide will share many local insights while on and off the bike
Our “Saigon’s Secrets at Night” tour is one of the most fun things to do in Vietnam at night and offers a completely different experience than our day tours. We will bring you to 4 of the most popular local districts in Saigon that most tourists don’t frequent visit, and also give you a chance to try some extremely popular and delicious Vietnamese street food, including “Banh Xeo” (crispy, fried pancakes stuffed with various meats and vegetables ) and the lesser known Bo La Lot (Grilled beef wrapped in betel leaves). Don’t worry vegetarians, we also have you covered with a variety of delicious options!
Price: from VND1,869,000 per person
Inclusion: Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel in the centre, good quality motorbike, experienced and licensed drivers, delicious local food and a bottle of local beer, sight-seeing tickets, helmets and raincoats (if needed), fun and enthusiastic tour guide.