The sheer variation of street food in South East Asia would have even the greediest of foodies full for years before they could lay claim to having "tried it all".
Everyone has become familiar with classics such as Pad Thai, but how many of us know about the zesty tea leaf salads of Myanmar or Kwek-Kwek, deep fried quail eggs served with a spicy vinegar from the Philippines? If you're heading to anywhere in South East Asia, you should make room (both in your stomach and timeline) for a plethora of delicious eats on the streets.
The ultimate holiday for any foodie with wholesome Asian food, French colonial twists and surprising snacks at every turn. You'll bicyle through herb gardens, discover the history and breadth of Vietnamese cuisine, learn how to prep and cook your own dishes and even buy fresh produce from the floating markets! A 12 day food tour unrivalled in it's depth of flavour and variation.Book Now
Tour Radar have collaborated with some of Vietnam's foremost foodies and cuisine connoisseurs to create this unique 12 day tour.Book Now
Learn a few Vietnamese words like "please" and "thankyou" beforehand and perhaps consider a mini diet so you have an excuse to gorge once you're there. This food is far too good for moderation.Book Now
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