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The sheer diversity of Phuket’s street food scene is so spectacular UNESCO rewarded it with the title “city of gastronomy”. Experience its multicultural wonders by foot and minivan with a foodie guide, sampling at least 10 different drinks and dishes at five separate stops. Discover Southern Thai favorites, Muslim fusion, Chinese-Thai fusion, Chino-Portuguese flavors, and Peranakan delights, and do a little sightseeing along the way. This is a door-to-door tour.
Discover great eats in Phuket Old Town with a small group and food-loving guide who shares favorite spots in the historical district. Expect to sample about one dozen dishes during the half-day tour, including Burmese curries, Hokkien noodles, and grilled meats with peanut sauce. Tropical fruits and signature desserts then satisfy the sweet tooth. You’ll learn about the culinary heritage of Thailand and enjoy a feast as well.
This tour is the highest rated food experience in Phuket Town on TripAdvisor! Our tours are small-group limited to just 8 exclusive guests. Our foodie guide will help you understand why Phuket was crowned the "City of Gastronomy 2017" by UNESCO. Just get your taste buds ready for the ride.
Take to the streets of Phuket’s old town to discover the best local food. Spend the morning wandering from stall to stall, seeing the influences that the island’s multi-cultural background has had on its food. Taste a variety of different dishes and gain a better understanding of Thai’s culinary culture.
Embark on a culinary whirlwind, tasting the flavors of Southern Thailand on this evening street food tour of Phuket. Here, indulge in a variety of local favorites, including juicy chicken kebabs and crispy crickets, before learning how to make coconut cake. Continue meandering through the vibrant alleys of Phuket town on the hunt for more delicious street eats. Sit down and dive into a plate of the famous mango sticky rice. Along the way, stop at Ta lang Road and take a moment to admire the stunningly lit, Sino-Portuguese style buildings. And content, head to the viewpoint on Khao Rang Hill.