Our Bangkok Food Tour

Bangkok

Food Tour

The Bangkok Experience is more than just the food; meet the locals who prepare it and delight in the sights, sounds, and smells of the city in the evening.
Eat very little before this tour as there will be a lot of food (but of course you don't have to eat ALL of it).

  • Your night gets off to a refreshing start with a spicy papaya salad. Each evening we start with a delicious, traditional, mouthwatering papaya salad (Som Tam Tai), freshly made everyday.
  • We take a nice stroll to allow you to digest the first bites and then it's on to the next stop: some juicy fruit! We favor pineapple, but it may vary depending on seasonality and availability.
  • Next we try something a little heartier - the original homemade fishball noodle. Located on a street next to a gorgeous temple, this gives us the perfect opportunity to walk through the temple grounds and appreciate its serene beauty.
  • As we move through the streets of this 15th century city toward's Bangkok's vibrant and colorful Chinatown, we see that Thailand is the only Asian country to have never been occupied by a foreign power, thus retaining its rich, untouched history and culture.
  • Our next stop will be to sample the always tasty Thai-style dim sum served with hot chrysanthemum tea.
  • After dim sum and tea, we indulge in not one, but two Secret Dishes. Thailand is a country full of secrets and surprises, so it's only fitting that we share two Secret Dishes with you.
  • We saved the sweetest for last - a unique ice cream that we're sure you've never tried before.
  • Our final stop is at a hidden local bar, where you can try authentic, local beer, the perfect way to top off your wonderful evening.

If you choose our upgraded drinks package:

  • One signature cocktail at the last stop.

Please note that the itinerary is subject to change, based on the locations'n availability and weather.

WHY BANGKOK'S CHINATOWN STREET?

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Bangkok's Chinatown was established in 1782, and referred to by the locals as "Yaowarat Road", and is home to a wide variety of irresistible food. Many of the businesses here are passed on from generation to generation, and have been operating for more than 80 years. Chinatown served as the home of the mainly Teochew immigrants, who soon became the city's dominant ethnic group.

It's a busy area where the locals eat, the foods are made with unique recipes, and each shop has their own secret to making the perfect dish. In addition to all the food, this is where we get to sample that one-of-a-kind Thai ice cream. This place is always packed with neighborhood locals clamoring for a taste.

 

 

 

How to book a tour with us

A few customers have experienced their cards being declined, if this happens don't worry - just contact your bank or email us with the city, date and time of the tour, and how many adult/children tickets at [email protected] and we can send you another payment link.

*Please note if you are using a special promo code then enter it in the "Voucher Code" section before you select the amount of tickets you would like to purchase*


It's easy! You can book tickets online here. Our tours begin Monday to Sunday: 6pm and we will send you the meeting place details the day before the tour. Our culinary tours lasts 3 to 3 and a half hours and they involve a fair amount of walking, so be sure to bring comfortable footwear. Your guide will stay with you throughout the whole tour and will make arrangements to accommodate any special dietary restrictions. Please, email us about your food needs prior to the tour, if unable to do so, please inform your guide at the meeting location before the tour starts. And don't forget to bring a camera! You will want to remember these great places for when you come back to Bangkok!