Hoi An food tour by motorbike focuses on street food which you would not find if you just walked around by yourself. You will discover some special and hidden Hoi An streets while sitting and enjoying the view from the back of our tour guides motorbikes. The enthusiastic and friendly tour guides will show you the best places to eat Hoi An style food as well as to offer insights about the making of these special dishes and talk about local Vietnamese culture and traditions.
- Small group ensures personal service
- All-inclusive tour
- Dinner included
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Motorbike and helmet
- English speaking tour guide
- Food tastings and dinner
- Soft drink
- 1 beer
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Gratuities (optional)
What You Can Expect
The tour will begin with a pick up from your hotel. You will be greeted by your friendly local guides and then introduced to the safe way of riding on the back of the bike during your tour. After a quick briefing, you will start heading out for delicious food tasting adventures at 15.00. First stop is the famous bread shop in Hoi An where you will try one of the best Vietnamese sandwiches in Vietnam.
Then it’s time to walk around the local market. Resting on the banks of the Thu Bon River, bustling Hoi An Central Market is certainly worth a look for its authentic slice of Vietnamese life. Here, guests will enjoy Cao Lau with authentic local taste, a specialty just found in Hoi An. Next stop we will go through a small alley and stop at local business house that you could not find by yourself and see how real Vietnamese life looks like. Here, you will discover a Vietnamese Traditional cake (Banh Beo) – a popular snack of Hoi An people. You will have a chance to talk and take photos with the owners.
Afterwards, it‘s time to relax your stomach. Your local guide will bring you to the oldest pagoda in Hoi An where few tourists go and then take a lovely trip through the countryside. Guests will enjoy a unique dance performance done by our lovely guides. And you will see farmers working the rice paddies with the sunset reflecting off their hats.
After stopping at the rice fields, it’s time to continue your trip and try Banh Khot- a round pancake made with rice flour, turmeric, coconut milk, quail egg and vegetables at a famous street vendor near Hoai square.
Next, you will take the food challenge – Balut – one of the Top 10 weird foods in the world. Egg no more, duck not yet. It is not because of the taste but because of its appearance.
Next, we will go to a local restaurant by the river to enjoy a special dinner and discover a part of Vietnamese people life – “Nhau” style with cold beer and delicious food.
At the end of the trip, you can head back to your hotel or you are free to continue exploring the area.