Street food walking tour – Relax Foot Massage

April 9, 2014 hoan le

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We start our tour at our office at 21 Ma May Street, in old quarter of Hanoi. We promise to bring travelers into insight of the real lifestyle of local people which is part of Vietnamese populations. Only when taking part in daily pace of the locals, guests will understand their traditional ways of life. Hanoi is voted as the city of peace, so it is very safe to walk on any corners of town, and also a lot of rotating menu for choices around 36 old streets, such as: Phở bò (Rice noodles with beef), phở gà (rice noodles with chicken), bún ốc (rice noodles with snails), bánh cuốn (steamed rice pancakes rolled with pork), bánh gối (mushroom pillow cake), bún chả (rice noodles with grilled pork), mỳ trộn (mixed vermicelli), bánh mỳ Pa tê (Hanoi patê bread), bánh mỳ trứng (Hanoi bread with fried egg), nem cuốn (spring roll), Nộm hoa chuối (Banana flower salad), Banh xèo (Fried pancake) Cafe trứng (Egg coffee), Chè (Sweet gruel soup), And one or more cup of Bia hơi (Hanoi beer) or Trà đá (iced tea) which tourist would not want to miss out when exploring Hanoi…..

Include in the tour:

  •  Plenty of traditional food are carefully chosen for guests including dishes and drinks and food tasting is subject to change without notice.
  •  Enthusias and skilled English speaker tour guide.
  •  Pick-up and drop-off (Old Quarter only).


  • Tipping for tour guide is not compulsory and is up to your satisfaction to services.
  • Personal expenses: shopping and other extra services.

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Hanoi street food walking tour
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by Mario on Hanoi street food walking tour
Lots of fun

Our guide Lin has such a friendly nature. While we explored the different flavours of Vietnam, she made us feel like family. Thank Lin the Egg coffee was amazing!!

by Siok Bee on Hanoi street food walking tour
recommend this trip

My guide Tu was excellent and I'd highly recommend this trip in Hanoi if your planning on staying for a few days. Thanks again

by Andrew P on Hanoi street food walking tour
best way to explore Hanoi

A Hanoi Street Food walking tour is the best way to explore Hanoi, with its charming French Quarter, ancient Old Quarter, and more.

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Private transfer for Hanoi Airport to hotel at Halong city

Hello I would like to know what will be the cost for 2 people for Hanoi airport to hotel at Halong .will arrive at 16 sept 21:25pm. And pls left me know also return cost from Halong to Hanoi city 20 sept afternoon.
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Prompt, efficient service

Third time I have used this company. The booking process is relatively simple (the payment link is a little strange but works!). Importantly the pick-up is smooth, on time and the drivers always pleasant and helpful. Would not hesitate to recommend.

Airport and Halong Bay Transfer

We had 4 adults and 4 kids, booked 16 seater van which was just nice for 8 of us and 6 pieces of luggage. The driver who picked us from airport, to and fro Halong Bay wasn't too friendly but still drove safely. The driver who sent us to airport on the last day was nice and appreciative. Anna responded swiftly to my enquiries and request for her to settle an issue during the return leg from Halong Bay. Thank U Anna and HTS! :)

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10 comments on “Street food walking tour – Relax Foot Massage

  1. Hi,
    My friend is Anthony, group 4 persons uses your food tour last week and recommend your company to us. I would like to go Hanoi food tour with 3 hrs on the 16/4/2014 at 3pm.
    I am staying at Sofitel Metropole Hanoi , We have 2 persons.
    Please email back.

  2. Would like to know how much for 2 people on the 14/8 at around 2pm? We are staying at JW Marriott. Thanks.

  3. Hi,

    My friend and I are very much interested in this tour. Are there set times? There are 2 of us and we are staying in the Old Quarter from the 25th to the 27th of November. Please email us.

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