Faça um passeio pelo bairro de Bang Rak, à medida que você é apresentado a pratos e bebidas tailandeses em barraquinhas de comidas e restaurantes locais, um mercado de produtos frescos e muito mais. Prove sabores autênticos e petiscos saborosos — até dez degustações distintas — selecionados por um guia experiente. A capacidade é limitada a, no máximo, 10 amantes da comida para uma experiência de grupo pequeno nesta excursão gastronômica de 3,5 horas em Bangkok. Selecione uma excursão diurna ou noturna.
Esta excursão gastronômica em Bangkok faz paradas em aproximadamente 8 locais, incluindo dez degustações de comidas e bebidas. No horário de partida selecionado, encontre seu guia e pequeno grupo na estação BTS Saphan Taksin e saia pelas ruas do bairro de Bang Rak, conhecido por sua diversidade de comida tailandesa local. Ao longo do caminho, você terá um conhecimento aprofundado da história, cultura e culinária do bairro com o seu guia experiente. Saboreie pastéis de curry com um fornecedor de comida de rua; tome chá ou café tailandês no Bang Rak Bazaar; faça uma degustação de frutas tropicais no segundo mercado de produtos frescos mais antigo de Bangkok; e experimente bebidas de ervas chinesas em uma mercearia local chinesa, localizada em um tradicional estabelecimento. Você visitará um restaurante familiar para compartilhar pratos de noodles de frango assado ou frito com um ovo em cima. Depois, caminhe até uma tradicional loja de doces tailandeses para experimentar uma bandeja de sobremesas tentadora. Certifique-se de deixar um espaço para som tam (salada de mamão verde) em estabelecimento popular entre os locais e não tenha vergonha de experimentar larb (salada de carne picada) — um prato da região norte da Tailândia. Em sua última parada, experimente os sabores regionais do curry tailandês em um restaurante real tradicional da Tailândia comandado por descendentes da família real, antes que sua excursão termine próximo à estação BTS. Observação: locais participantes e itens do menu podem ser substituídos a qualquer dia.
Avaliações de viajantes da Viator
, ago 2018
Besides the hustle of the streets, the stand-up joints, tables in the street and more formal sit-down restaurants we got to see the variety of condiments used in making curry paste, visited a sweets business that was created by a a former chef in the Thai royal court, how coffee is made in the streets of Bangkok and drank a very, very good coffee from a plastic bag!... Bella, our guide, and Pat, her aide in training, are obviously at home navigating this multicultural neighborhood. They provided a very enjoyable and unique experience. Some of the places we visited would be very hard if not impossible to find otherwise. This is a brief but very good introduction to the sights, colors, smells and the art of eating in Bangkok.
Katy was a great tour guide. She took our group to restaurants that were located in some of the back alleys of Bang Rak. We tried traditional Thai and Chinese dishes, and received education on the background of the many different cultures, people and food that together, define this vibrant city.
Katy is a teacher by profession, so it stands to reason that we started the tour with some learning goals and objectives. Throughout the tour, Katy would consistently refer back to them as she discussed the history surrounding the areas we were in, and the food we were eating. Then, at the end of the evening, we debriefed as a group, and Katy summarized the tour, and circled back to our initial goals and objectives. Overall, it was a great evening with listening to Katy, and making some new friends along the way. Thank you again for a truly enjoyable evening.
Even though we were slightly late, we were able to catch up with tour group. Enjoyed the walking tour of great Thai food. It is an experience that must be done when in Bangkok. Enjoyed every food that we sampled and we were full from it all!!!
Our tour guide Joker was exceptional he really provided us not only great selections of some amazing Thai food but he also provided historical context to Thailand itself. This is a must for any foodie who wants to really experience the culture and history of a thailand
Greatly enjoyed this tour. It was a lot of food and we greatly enjoyed trying all the food. The walk wasn't an issue - it helped to walk some of the food down to eat more and see the city up close. Bella, our tour guide was awesome. She was knowledgeable, funny, and good at her job. It was great that she took pictures and sent them to us which was a very nice touch.We had a great group which made the tour even better. I recommend this tour and Bella!
We had been in Bangkok for a few days before we went on this trip and were leaving for other parts of Thailand the next day. The tour was amazing and set us up to understand Thai food better and know how to eat Thai food, what types of food items we might light to eat more of, and the history of various foods in Thailand. The guide was great, our group were strangers before but not after the tour, and the local food purveyors were wonderful! Would highly recommend this trip to anyone!!
We had a great morning with our guide, Katy. We sampled some street food, some restaurant food and had some experiences truly eating like a native! Katy was knowledgeable about the food, the history of the area and the restaurants. We discovered some small eateries of Bangkok that we would never have found on our own and ate some truly delicious and interesting food. Katy promised that, during our 3 1/2 hour tour, we would learn about Bag Rak, learn about some food and be full! She scored a 3/3!
The Foodtour in Bangkok was amazing. The guide was great and gives us a lot of interesting information. He showed us great places and also behind alleys. The food was delicous! Everything works and was on time. It was a perfect evening for us. We would recommend it and would do the tour again - just because it's absolutly fun!