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Carry on to discover the area’s contrasting architectural styles. Tucked away is an unassuming stall selling delicious bot chien, or pan fried rice cakes with green papaya salad. While tasting the flavourful dish, the guide explains its origins.
Next, on the foodie tour of Saigon, is a short walk to Mrs. Dung’s Home Restaurant serving banh xeo, or Vietnamese pancakes and fresh spring rolls. Mrs. Dung reveals her secret methods, which is a tasty lesson to take back home.
Having sampled the savoury side of the city, get ready to cross a city intersection -an adventure in itself. Find a typical Vietnamese café to end the evening. Take some time to recap the tour, enjoy a drink and listen to Vietnamese music. (D)
Our services include:
-English or French speaking guide (for other languages supplements apply)
-Tours and transfers as mentioned by private air conditioned vehicle
-Meal as mentioned
-A unit of drink
-A souvenir for each guest
Our services do not include:
-Other meals than mentioned
-Other services than mentioned
-International and domestic Flights
-Laundry, telephone calls and expenditure of a personal nature
-Tips, Travel insurance
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