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Join us in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam for an EPIC STREET FOOD tour in this lively city!

In this Vietnam vlog, we take an incredible motorbike vegetarian food tour with Saigon Adventures. Weaving through the wild street traffic of Saigon, we hold on tight to the back of our motorbikes taking in the vibrant sights, smells and sounds.

With each stop, we enjoy delicious Vietnamese food like bahn mi, bahn xeo, and more! We truly loved this tour because it gave us the opportunity to get to know some locals, try their amazing food and get around the way they do – on two wheels!

If you’re nervous about riding a motorbike in Ho Chi Minh City, don’t be! (easier said than done)! Our guides were total pros and we had a blast watching the city go by as we rode along for the ride. A motorbike food tour in Ho Chi Minh City is one of the best ways to get to know this bustling city…Do it!

We hope you enjoy our Vietnam travel vlogs and, as always, we’ll see you in our next video as we KEEP GOING PLACES!

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Filmed March 11, 2020




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  1. The scooter ride was scary, yet exhilarating. Their reaction time is way quicker than mine, that's for sure.

  2. Nice video! Had to laugh though around the 4'15 mark when the drivers broke a major traffic rule at the roundabout lol!

  3. as a matter of fact, "bahn mi" means sandwich with the traditional french baguette although it comes from "pain de mie" for sandwich loaf

  4. This is more like a city tour with a short glance of food….when I read the title, I really looked forward to it….too bad…

  5. Vegan people don't eat eggs – Vietnamese people , some of them misunderstand the concept . Make sure that you let them know and understand for what you want . Thanks

  6. This covid 19 thing has taken down all the fun. Hopefully we all should soon get over covid 19 and start having fun with our pre-covid normal life.

  7. Just watched your return and a year later. I subscribed a couple of months ago and look forward to joining you in past and future travels. Envious of your years project and will do the same in my next life😀. Good luck and take care😷. David and Jill, Alberta 🇨🇦

  8. Welcome to Saigon, you shoud try “Cơm Tấm”, “Hủ Tíu Nam Vang”, milk coffee

  9. You look so happy when sample street food in Ho Chi Minh city. But why you always have vegetarian food? If you were not fussy eaters, your experience will be plenty.

  10. I recommend "Bông Súng" vegeterian restaurant on Nguyen Dinh Chieu, dist.3. It is really reasonable price with lovely space!!

  11. Always enjoy watching your videos ! you guys speaks so clearly, especially Ashley, just love the way you speak with the added hand and facial expressions, better than all the actors in Friends (The TV comedy).
    After our first lockdown in England last year, my wife and I with a few friends travelled to North Wales for a break, discovered your video to North Wales on returning home and saw all the places you went to exactly match ours then
    decided to watch your videos from the beginning, that also revealed places we've been to in Europe, Scandinavia and the Baltics, bringing back lots of fond memories.
    We've only visited Da Nang, Hue and Hoi An in Vietnam, my wife asked am I brave enough to ride in the Saigon, sorry Ho Chi Minh City traffic, I think I would given the opportunity knowing on my first week of passing my driving test, I drove into London challenging all those Black cabs in Trafalgar Square with no fear. I hope in the future to see you in a Hong Kong (my home town) video when this pandemic is over !
    Stay safe !

  12. Bánh xèo is not any close to a pancake, it’s more closer to a crepe.
    Beside that French ( crepe ) is influential for Viet Nam.

  13. You plan to eat unscientificly, eating dishes like this is very easy to get upset stomach.

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