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Hanoi Street Food: Private Walking Tour

Vietnamese cook our food in a variety of ways: deep fry, stir fry, boil, steam. Unlike the Chinese, Vietnam use a minimal amount of oil while cooking, Cooks aim to preserve the freshness and natural taste of food as much as possible. Hence cuisine is often considered as one of the healthiest foods in the world.

Duration

3 to 4 hours

Pickup

Hotel pickup available

Voucher

Mobile ticket

  • What's included :
    • Beverages
    • Food tasting
    • Local guide
    • Hotel pickup and drop-off
    • Private tour
    • Dinner
    • Bottled water
    • Coffee and/or Tea
    What's excluded :
    • Shopping
  • This is a typical itinerary for this product

    Stop At: Hanoi Biking Travel, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi 100000 Vietnam

    Our tour guide will welcome you in your hotel, then introduce an itinerary and start walking tour around old quarter to visit some famous food families or shops where they are doing business everyday, certainly you can enjoy and taste some of them which you prefer,"Suggested times, this private trip can be started at flexible time as your request.

    Visiting to the old quarter in Hanoi should rank number one on any list of "should- do” Vietnam travel activities. Why ? the old quarter deserves this spot because it's unique, historical, fascinating, bustling with activity, it has rich aromas and its noisy.

    The old quarter in Hanoi is over one thousand years old and today retains much of the old flavor that made the area special in earlier times. In the old quarter Hanoi each street was the exclusive domain of one trade (guilds) so there are whole streets of blacksmiths, silver shops, paper shops, headstone makers and more.

    Originally there were just 36 streets in the old quarter but today there are more than 50 streets. Although many of the streets are short, and the area is rather compact, I recommend visitors allow four or five hours to soak up the atmosphere and sights.

    Food in old quarter Hanoi, today, for the tourist, there are plenty of places to stop for refreshments, and you will need it! Local food places, restaurants markets, bars, juice cafes, the local coffee and tea cafes all compete for a narrow corner of space in this bustling area of Hanoi.

    Join with the locals as they shop for their days supplies at the local markets, buy a loaf of French bread and munch it as you wander the shady tree lined streets. What you won’t find in the old quarter Hanoi are the fast food chains so prevalent in many other tourist spots around the world.

    Stopping awhile at a local café with tables which spill out onto the street affords travelers the opportunity to sit comfortably and watch the activity happening around you. You certainly see much more when you stop awhile and just observe

    The ambience in the area is captivating and addictive encouraging visitors to return again and again. It's so interesting in this small corner of the world that I don't think you can see everything there is to see in one visit.

    However, if your time is limited, take a stroll around the area and eat in one of the cafes with outdoor seating. You will have memories to treasure.The old quarter, Hanoi in my view definitely deserves to be the number one activity on any travel Vietnam itinerary.

               At the end of your walking tour, you are welcome to visit our local family and our Coffee Beans shop to learn how to make a delicious cup of Filter Coffee and Egg Coffee free. 

    Pass By: Old Quarter, Hanoi 100000 Vietnam

    Our tour guide will welcome you in your hotel, then introduce an itinerary and start walking tour around old quarter to visit some famous food families or shops where they are doing business everyday, certainly you can enjoy and taste some of them which you prefer,"Suggested times, this private trip can be started at flexible time as your request.

    Visiting to the old quarter in Hanoi should rank number one on any list of "should- do” Vietnam travel activities. Why ? the old quarter deserves this spot because it's unique, historical, fascinating, bustling with activity, it has rich aromas and its noisy.

    The old quarter in Hanoi is over one thousand years old and today retains much of the old flavor that made the area special in earlier times. In the old quarter Hanoi each street was the exclusive domain of one trade (guilds) so there are whole streets of blacksmiths, silver shops, paper shops, headstone makers and more.

    Originally there were just 36 streets in the old quarter but today there are more than 50 streets. Although many of the streets are short, and the area is rather compact, I recommend visitors allow four or five hours to soak up the atmosphere and sights.

    Food in old quarter Hanoi, today, for the tourist, there are plenty of places to stop for refreshments, and you will need it! Local food places, restaurants markets, bars, juice cafes, the local coffee and tea cafes all compete for a narrow corner of space in this bustling area of Hanoi.

    Join with the locals as they shop for their days supplies at the local markets, buy a loaf of French bread and munch it as you wander the shady tree lined streets. What you won’t find in the old quarter Hanoi are the fast food chains so prevalent in many other tourist spots around the world.

    Stopping awhile at a local café with tables which spill out onto the street affords travelers the opportunity to sit comfortably and watch the activity happening around you. You certainly see much more when you stop awhile and just observe

    The ambience in the area is captivating and addictive encouraging visitors to return again and again. It's so interesting in this small corner of the world that I don't think you can see everything there is to see in one visit.

    However, if your time is limited, take a stroll around the area and eat in one of the cafes with outdoor seating. You will have memories to treasure.The old quarter, Hanoi in my view definitely deserves to be the number one activity on any travel Vietnam itinerary.

               At the end of your walking tour, you are welcome to visit our local family and our Coffee Beans shop to learn how to make a delicious cup of Filter Coffee and Egg Coffee free. 

  • Departure Point :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Return Detail :
    -
    Hotel Pickup :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults
    • Children must be accompanied by an adult
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Language

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Age Req.

-

Fitness Req.

None

Group Size

12

Organised by Hanoi Biking Travel

Activity ID: V-85401P97

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