Hanoi Cultural Food Tour (Short Version)



My Hanoi Food Tour with local guide,Tony Sang of Local Guide Travelvn, embraced more than just a few local dishes.
(The streets are quite loud with the horn beeping so opted to mute most of the clips.)
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You can book a 2-3 hour Food Tour with Tony in Hanoi, Vietnam by emailing [email protected] or FB facebook.com/Localguidetravelvn/
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11 comments

  1. Bella Travels

    That's an interesting tour to do, for sure! I've been to SE Asia but, unfortunately, never been to Vietnam yet.

  2. Elaine Masters

    I am so hungry now. Love food tours and this is exactly my dream of Hanoi. That fruit soup had my mouth watering! Great music and loved the dreamy, slow ending. Lovely video.

  3. Christopher Rudder

    Ahhh yes this food tour has me hungry. Vietnamese food is fantastic. There is a great Vietnamese restaurant here in Toronto that I LOVE…humph come to think of it I haven't been there in a while​…

  4. My Next Flight Home

    I love Vietnamese food and my cousin was just in Hanoi last year, she can't stop raving about it. I'd love to go there too, and doing a food tour is definitely a must for me so thank you for recommending Tony Sang. I'll connect with him should I find myself there.

  5. Travel Pockets

    Looks like such a chaotic and busy street. How did you get around Hanoi? The food looks super authentic (of course) and so good!

  6. Global Munchkins

    My parents, brother, and sister in law went on a similar tour last year when they visited Vietnam and it was one of the highlights of their trip. I think food tours are a super fun way to get acquainted with a new destination. I love meeting and interacting with all the locals and the food is always interesting and unique. So far the Czech Republic was my favorite food tour, although Ethiopia comes in at a close second. We are partial to Ethiopian though.

  7. World Heritage Journey

    Oh man I really miss Vietnamese food! So difficult to find over here in Europe. At least the old centre of Hanoi is on the World Heritage list, so I'll definitely be back at some point!

  8. Notes on Traveling

    Oh, so many great memories! I loved Hanoi and the food culture (like everywhere in Vietnam) is just amazing. But I see you didn't go for the dog 😉

  9. The Bucket List Project

    Hanoi looks so crazy but that food looks amazing and to eat the street food is definitely on my Vietnam Bucket List!

  10. Visit Ecuador and South America

    This looks like a fun and different tour to enjoy with the local dishes and history, getting to experience life in Vietnam.

  11. I love this simple and enriching style of life. The food is amazing and everyday is a new culinary experience there.