Take a stroll through the Bang Rak district as you’re introduced to Thai dishes and drinks at food stalls, local eateries, a wet market and more. Taste authentic flavors and savory bites all handpicked by a knowledgeable guide. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 10 food lovers for a small-group experience on this Bangkok food tour. Select a morning or evening tour.
Thai cuisine is full of surprises and this food tasting tour through Nang Loeng Market offers a unique introduction, with a special itinerary devised by a local chef. Escape the busy city for a cruise along Bangkok’s scenic canals; stop at popular local restaurants, food vendors, and markets; and sample a variety of delicious Thai specialties, including Hokkien noodles, banana fritters, spring rolls, and indulgent desserts.
● Benefit from a “TripGuru Signature Tour" : Curated - Solo Travel-Friendly - Small Groups (Max 9 pax per group)● Experience the energy of the vendors by the Maeklong railway● Taste the fresh flavors of the Amphawa Floating Market● End your day with a magical firefly boat tour
Visit several different eateries in Bangkok’s Chinatown during a leisurely walking tour led by an expert food-loving guide. Learn about the neighborhood’s culinary traditions and history as you discover the best local spots and try a variety of savory and sweet dishes like Chinese dumplings, noodles, rice plates, and desserts. Your guide shares places that most visitors would never find on their own, giving you an authentic local experience. Numbers are limited to 10 participants for a personalized small-group experience.
Discover the delicious street food of Bangkok on 4-hour tour through Chinatown. Sample some of Thailand’s best food such as chicken satay, Thai curries, noodles and more as you stroll through the streets with our knowledgeable guide. Learn about Thai cuisine and culture during this hands-on experience and leave with a full belly and full mind.
On this evening tuk-tuk tour, you’ll whizz around Bangkok's older districts and see the beauty of its monuments by night. Visit both famous and lesser-known temples and markets, stopping for food as you go. Stops include Wat Pho and the flower market.• Experience the thrill of exploring Bangkok by tuk-tuk• Take in the beauty of Bangkok lit up at night• Sample some of the city’s famous local food• Visit Wat Pho and the Flower Market at night
Explore Bangkok’s most vibrant stalls, street foods and neighborhood restaurants on a private evening tour with a local foodie guide. Visit some of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods, and enjoy a series of five distinctive tastings tailored to your interests. Learn to order, eat and enjoy Bangkok food like a local, and hear the secrets behind your favorite dishes. Take in stunning views of the city at night, as rooftop bars, the Chao Phraya river and local shrines come to life after dark.
Exploring Bangkok’s street food and night-time scene can be hit and miss without a guide to show you around. Make the most of the Thai capital’s evening offerings with this private tour that focuses on the city's food and market hotspots and some of its best night-time views. Sample popular local eats at Silom’s food stalls, visit Patpong market, soak up the vibe, and get food and nightlife tips from an in-the-know guide.
Tuk Tuk or the local called it or 'sam lor' (three-wheeled) is an iconic and popular open-air motorized tricycles popularize in Bangkok.Hop on to our Tuk Tuk and get Beyond Tourist Zones for most enjoyable eating adventure to see and taste the delicious savory street foods in traditional part of central Bangkok such as the district of TOK LOM MOO and Rattankosin area. Sit back and enjoy the evening breeze while our driver and guide bring you to renowned places to eat and visit to a predominate temple at night and a sightseeing at the sleepless flower market. You will get to enjoy your drink at a rooftop bar while viewing the perfect scenery of the 'Temple of Dawn' across the Chao Praya river. Why Not join our "Midnight Tuk Tuk Street Food Tour Bangkok" and experience Bangkok like never before.Join Us Now & Experience Bangkok Best Eats Midnight Food Tour With Tuk Tuk.Note: Please note we cannot currently accommodate vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free or halal diets on this tour.
On this ultimate walking tour from the Flower Market to Chinatown we will explore the diversity of Bangkok and Thai culture through a range of local markets and snacks. We will walk through 7 different market areas and use them to discover the local culture. Along the way you will try and range of snacks. This is a snack tour rather than a full food tour which means we will offer small quantities of many snacks, but you should be full enough at the end.
Amphawa is one of the most popular floating market near Bangkok, with visitors almost exclusively Thai. Located 50 km from Bangkok this once small village was apparently already present in the mid-Seventeenth Century. It has become such a magnet for Thai weekenders that food stalls have grown from the riverbanks and stretched far into the surrounding streets.• Visit Thailand's floating markets on an immersive half day trip from Bangkok• Shop by boat along a riverbank in a long tail boat at a floating market• Buy plenty of unique and inexpensive traditional Thai snacks - the perfect souvenirs from your trip!• Watch a train pass through the middle of a bustling market at Maeklong Railway Market• See the beautiful fireflies along the river in a classical long tail boat ride
09.00am Meeting point sky train @ Wongwen Yai exit 109.45am Take a local train from Wongwen Yai to Mahachai10.30am Arrive Mahachai station and get experience local fresh market and old community, while walking to take Tuk Tuk around the community11.30am Enjoy lunch with famous local street foods and walk around city15.00pm Say goodbye to community and travel back with wonderful experience16.30pm Arrive Wongwen Yai station17.00pm Reach sky train @ Wongwen Yai and say goodbye to guest.
Sample the flavors of Thailand on a private 3-hour food tour in Bangkok. Try 10 different street food dishes such as a flavorful salad, pad thai noodles, green curry, and mango sticky rice for dessert. Your guide shares the inside scoop on favorite local eateries during a walking tour that includes enough food samples to make up a filling meal.
Chinatown in Bangkok is the world's largest China towns. The town was founded in 1782 A.D. which was the old capital city known as Rattanakosin Kingdom, and it quickly became the home of the Chinese immigrant called "Teochew", this ethnic group soon became the city's dominant.Chinatown is Bangkok's food artisans where they gathered all the best dishes in one place. Are you ready to take a bite into preeminent Thai-Chinese cuisine? Book our tour and let our guide bring you to explore the back alleys, neighborhood and the illumine signs on the main street of Chinatown. You will taste the local's favorite dishes that have a high rating based on local website reviews.Beside you will experience the local lifestyle that stay hidden in secret alleys away from tourist. Come and join our Bangkok Chinatown food tour, we will show you the best kept hidden gems around the neighborhood.
Discover the best of Bangkok’s street food cuisine on this small-group walking tour. Visit hidden gems and street food stalls to learn about the delicious cuisine of Thailand. Sample various dishes such as pork with sticky rice, papaya salad, fresh seasonal fruit, Thai coffee, Thai beer, and more. Experience the local cuisine like a local and fall in love with Bangkok’s food scene.
Taste your way through Bangkok street food on a personalized tour with a private foodie guide that’s a great introduction to the city’s vast, diverse food scene. You’ll sample a series of 10 dishes that range from fresh salads to a classic sweet treat, getting the back stories on each thing you discover along the way.
● Tuck into tasty Thai food in Bangkok’s vibrant Chinatown● Sample six delicious dishes including Pad Thai, Som Tam, Noodle Duck, Yam Woon Sen, Dim Sum, and more.● Let your experienced tour seek out the the best foodie spots in Bangkok● Soak up the atmospheric Yaowarat Road at night ● Benefit from a “TripGuru Signature” trip: curated, solo travel friendly & in small groups
From street food to historic restaurants, Bangkok’s Chinatown, or Yaowarat, is among Bangkok’s most exciting places to eat, but finding the neighborhood’s best bites can be overwhelming for first-time visitors. Discover distinctive Thai-Chinese flavors on a foodie walking tour that includes seven local eateries, walking with a guide who can share insight into the history and flavors of each thing you taste.
Soak up the electric atmosphere of Bangkok after dark as you tour the city’s night markets, nightlife hubs and street food haunts. Hop aboard a traditional tuk-tuk for a 4-hour ride and jump off to explore Saphan Khao Market, stroll down Phra Athit Road and visit the Pak Klong Talat flower market. Along the way, sample a delicious array of Thai street food, dig into traditional 'pad Thai' dinner at a local restaurant, then sip a cocktail looking out over the Chao Phraya River.
Savor the flavors and aromas of authentic Thai cuisine on a half-day culinary walking tour of Bangkok’s Bang Rak neighborhood. Join a small group of foodies and eat your way through the historic district, which is a renowned destination for Bangkok’s culinary connoisseurs. Meet chefs and artisans and explore the diversity of Thailand’s regional, ethnic and “royal” cuisines as you sample roast duck, handmade curries and distinctive Isan salads, along with fresh fruit, holistic herbal infusions and the best of traditional Thai desserts.
Explore the street stalls of Bangkok’s Chinatown on a walking tour and enjoy tasting street food along the way. Stroll past market stalls, find plenty of bargains, and stop to sip coffee at a century-old cafe. Numbers are limited to 12 for a small-group experience with personalized attention from your guide.
Travel to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya, the second capital of Thailand that was destroyed by the Burmese in the 1700s. View the archeological remains of colossal towers and Buddhist monasteries that hint at the city’s former glory. You’ll also have lunch (included), visit a local market, and go on a longtail boat ride.
Visit two of Thailand’s most interesting markets during this full day tour. First, stop at the Maeklong Railway Market and get your adrenaline pumping as you shop for goods before the next train arrives. Then head to the Amphawa floating market and sample traditional Thai foods as you cruise through the “aisles” by boat and practice your haggling skills with vendors.