• Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
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Bring a sense of adventure and an empty stomach to this culinary night tour of Bangkok’s Chinatown, where savory treats and delectable sweets reign supreme. Along with a guide you’ll visit 8-10 gourmet food stops both on foot and by tuk-tuk or local bus, learning the about the history and culture of this vibrant Talad Noi community en route. Group size is limited to eight people, so there’ll be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and enjoy a more personalized experience.


  • Nighttime food walking tour of Bangkok’s Chinatown
  • Explore Chinatown with a guide who knows the best spots to eat
  • Stop at 8-10 eateries to sample savory, spicy and sweet items
  • Visit simple restaurants on Yaowarat Road and surrounding back roads that serve outstanding specialty dishes
  • See vendors that sell all types of merchandise from toys to clothing to housewares
  • Ride to the outer rim of Chinatown in a tuk-tuk or local bus
  • Small-group tour with a maximum of eight people provides a more personalized experience

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What You Can Expect

Bangkok Chinatown Small-Group Night Food Tour

Eat your way through Bangkok's Chinatown.

Customer Reviews

Kimberly A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2017

Very interesting to her. But the best part of this experience was trying all the street food. Our guide was very knowledgeable and informative and she knew exactly which street food vendors to take us to so there was no need to worry about eating the street food.

Trevor D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

This tour was the worst. tour. we have ever been on anywhere around the world, it was badly organised and for the first hour we took local bus and walked through back streets to see both Chinese and Thai temples from the out side as they were all closed. We spent 1.5 hours doing this before we got a small taste of food then another 30 minutes before the next food experience, by this time we were sick of this and left the tour and caught a taxi back to our hotel. This was NOT a food tour and whilst there were photos of tuk Turks we didn't use these. Never will I book a Viator tour after this terrible experience.

Kimberly A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

We had a great time on this tour. The trip lasted late into the night. The information was great and our guid was this little Asian lady that was a pistol. She made the night so fun. There was so much food so do not eat before going. All the places we stopped to eat were safe and the food was very tasty. If your looking for a fun time and walking around meeting new people take this tour.

Sarah P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

Our knowledgable guide was attentive and generous, she took us to parts of china town you would only find by chance. The food was varied and delicious! Would highly recommend this tour excellent guide, excellent food a brilliant way to spend an evening.

Steven B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

We done this trip prior to the Bangkok food tour. I can't remember our guide's name but she was tiny and softly spoken which made it hard to hear some of the things she was saying! However this did not spoil the experience of the tour. Brilliant! you see how and where the Chinese people live and try there food in there own community as well as the streets of Chinatown. Like the Bangkok tour you need to keep an open mind and just experience everything! As with the other tour we were both fine that night and the next day!
A must tour to see how another culture lives and eat.
Steve and Cheryl, England


4 star rating: Recommended February 2017

A really good tour and guide of the area which captures the essence of the place. Only the food seemed more Thai than Chinese to me and it could certainly have been more exotic.

Cindy R

3 star rating: Worth doing April 2016

This tour was not really what I was expecting. Our guide was rather friendly and accommodating. But the tour is for young people. You take a tuk tuk from the hotel/guest house and then it's a 3.5hr walk from there.

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