Bangkok by Night: Urban Tuk Tuk Food Tour, Thailand
Hop on our Tuk Tuk and get beyond tourist zones for the most enjoyable eating adventure to see and taste 7 different delicious savory street foods including a Michelin-starred dish in the old town of central Bangkok.
- Have fun during the tuk tuk ride
- Taste artisan delicious foods
- Explore the tastes of Asian cusine
- Stroll through the most gastronomic area of Bangkok
- 7+ artisan delicious foods
- Tuk tuk transportation
- A driver-guide
- Bottled water
- All Fees and Taxes
- Drop-off at the end within a limited distance of 5 km from your hotel
Please note: minimum age is 4 years old. The price for a solo traveler is 69 USD.
The meeting point is at Bangkok train station (The guide will wait at MRT Hua Lamphong station Exit number 2)
Tuk Tuk Food Tour - Hop on our Tuk Tuk and get Beyond Tourist Zones for the most enjoyable eating adventure to see and taste 7 different delicious savory street foods including a Michelin-starred dish in the old town of central Bangkok where you can see how the food is prepared in their fully accessible nostalgic kitchen.
Sit back and enjoy the evening breeze while our friendly driver and Food Experience Office (FEO) bring you to renowned places to eat and sightseeing at the sleepless flower market. Enjoy a refreshing mocktail at a rooftop bar admiring the beautiful night scenery of the Chao Phraya river.
Our courtesy driver will transfer you back to your hotel within 5 km.
We are, however, a small local food tour company run by locals. When you book our tour, you are not only supporting local businesses, but also the employees and their families. When you book a food tour with a foreign company, the profits leave our community. Please support local businesses!
- Spicy Basil Chicken
Spicy Basil Chicken is known as "Pad Krapow" in Thai. Pad Kra Pao translates to stir-fried basil, making it the star of this Thai favorite. Thai basil, hot chilies, pungent fish sauce, and chicken combine to make this dish incredibly delicious.
- Tom Yum Ka Gai & Spicy Grilled Pork
Thai spicy soup, also known as tom kha kai or tom kha gai, is a spicy and sour hot soup made with plain milk. Spicy Grilled Pork Salad or "Namtok Moo" in Thai: This simple salad combines all of your favorite Thai flavors: spicy, fresh herbs, and tangy lime juice, all topped with succulent pork fillet steaks.
- Stickyrice Mango (Not available on Monday)
You will get to try the most famous Thai dessert 'Stickyrice with mango"
- Rice Noodles Stir-fried with Chicken
This dish is called Rice Noodles Stir-fried with Chicken or "Guay Tiew Kua Gai." Guay Tiew means "noodles" (if you've been following me long enough, you should know this word by now.), Kua means "roast," and Gai means "chicken."
- Sightseeing at the flower market hub
Pak Khlong Talat is a flower, fruit, and vegetable market in Bangkok's Wang Burapha Phirom Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District. It is Bangkok's main flower market and has been described as a "place of symbolic worth" to Bangkok inhabitants.
- Northern Thai Coconut-Curry Noodles With Chicken (Not available on Sunday)
Northern Thai Coconut-Curry Noodles With Chicken or Khao Soi is a Northern Thai yellow curry meal that is rich, creamy, and somewhat spicy. This traditional Northern Thai soup combines tender braised meat (chicken and beef are favorites) in a coconut curry broth with boiled and fried noodles to satisfy your appetite for a Thai curry dish.
- Rooftop Bar
Enjoy a glass of non-alcoholic drink and the beautiful scenery of Wat Arun at the opposite of Chao Praya River.
Plans are subject to change, and sometimes unexpectedly. So you can cancel your event free of charge 24 hours before the start.
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GetExperience travellerJuly 2023
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GetExperience travellerJune 2023
Loved every moment, cheers
Ernest HMarch 2023
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