With its crowded streets and so many local wares to choose from, most travelers have a difficult time getting around Bangkok's Chinatown, Yaowarat Street. Explore this exciting and fascinating area, all without having to worry about transportation and navigation, with this fun three-hour guided tour! Meet up with your tour guide and group outside Hua Lamphong MRT station, in front of Bangkok Center Hotel, then proceed to do some sightseeing by checking out the tourist landmarks in the area, including a Chinese temple the Chinatown Gate. Make a stop at a seafood restaurant and try some seafood and Thai dishes, including the iconic Yen-Ta-Four, a Thai-style Noodle Soup with Fishballs, Crispy Wonton Skin, and Special Homemade Red Sauce. See the Statue of King Rama I and learn about the area's history and culture from your English-speaking guide as you walk around one of Bangkok's oldest neighborhoods. Drop by Auan Pochana, known for its signature peppery soup, and try noodle rolls covered with your choice of toppings. Wander to a Dim Sum restaurant and try a selection of authentic Chinese dishes such as Shu Mei, Fried Turnips, before you hunt for some sweet desserts like ice cream that are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. The tour concludes back at Hua Lamphong MRT Station, where you can choose to either retire to your accommodation early or to further explore Bangkok's famed nightlife!
Go beyond the usual Bangkok tourist traps and get a chance to immerse yourself in the city's unique culture and culinary heritage with this four-hour food tour at night. Meet up with your tour guide and group at exit 2 of Sam Yan MRT station, then hop on one of Thailand's iconic three-wheeler Tuk Tuks and begin your exploration! Your first stop of the night is Pak Klong Talad, a 24-hour market in the city that's overflowing with aromatic and vibrant flowers. See the locals as you walk its crowded aisles with your guide, and maybe have a chat with some of the vendors while you check out the gorgeous bouquet. Head to the nearby Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha,) one of the must-visit temples in the city for first-time visitors! Marvel at the stunning sight of the Golden Buddha and the pagodas all lit-up as your English-speaking guide tells you about the temple's history and cultural significance. Once you're finished exploring the temple, the 'eating' parting of the tour will finally begin! Visit local food places that are famous for their delicious cuisine and sample seven of the country's signature dishes, such as Pad Thai, Som Tum, and Lab Moo. At one of the food stalls, you'll learn about how the iconic dish Guay Tiew Kua Gai is made, before your proceed to the tour's secret bar that's located on a rooftop. Take in glorious views of the city at night as you sip on a glass of beer (non-alcoholic beverage options also available,) before the tour concluded and you get dropped off back at your hotel in the Bangkok city center.
Travel 80 kilometers north of Bangkok to visit the historic city of Ayutthaya. Ayutthaya is once the capital of the Kingdom of Siam-and now it's a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most famous attractions in Thailand. In this tour, you'll visit Wat Yai Chaimongkhon or the Great Monastery of Auspicious Victory. Then you'll head over to Ayutthaya Floating Market, wher you'll enjoy a delicious lunch or marvel at the walkways around the water and the boats plying their trade straight from the deck. The next stop is the restored temple of Wat Phra Si Sanphet, which is considered the grandest temple in Ayutthaya. You'll also visit Wat Mahathat and Wat Chaiwattanaram, before you return to Bangkok and relish in Bangkok street food at a local restaurant! You can also visit Wat Lokayasutharam, Wat Ratchaburana, and Wat Mahathat in this tour.
Travel 80 kilometers north of Bangkok for a tour of one of Thailand’s oldest cities. Ayutthaya, the former capital of the Kingdom of Siam, is home to some of the country’s most important relics to this day. See the famous Reclining Buddha statue at Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, your first stop in Ayutthaya on this trip. Stop by for lunch at Ayutthaya floating market - a mecca for fresh produce and your go-to for an authentic Thai shopping experience. Your next stop is the impressive Wat Mahatat, the Temple of the Great Relic - one of the key monasteries and religious centers in the country. Visit the restored temple of Wat Phra Si Sanphet, boasting the title of "the grandest temple in Ayutthaya". Complete this historical tour with a stop at Wat Chaiwatthanaram, Thailand's well-known Buddhist emblem.
Get out of bustling Bangkok and visit the sleepy town of Kanchanaburi! Satisfy your curiosity with a dose of culture as you explore the historical landmark. On this full day tour, witness the beat-up old streets symbolic to Kanchanaburi's tragedies and triumphs during World War II under the imperial rule of the Japanese. Begin the day early as you meet with your English or Chinese speaking guide at the Siam Paragon Mall. Just before noon, you will get to enjoy a sumptious local-style lunch before moving on towards the infamous Death Railway for scenic views of the River Kwai. Revisit your history lessons as you step on earth once more at the Ancient City Wall, where you'll find mini Angkor Wat monuments surrounding the park. Stroll around at the Historic Old Street––one of the last ancient pieces within Kanchanaburi––popular for its night markets and allied cemeteries. Dig deeper into Thailand's war chronicles as you recount the unfortunate events on a boat ride on River Kwai. End the tour with a relaxing walk on the River Kwai Bridge. Return to Bangkok filled with memories and new lessons from this insightful tour. Complete with guide and a round trip transfer service, Kanchanaburi is worth every mile traveled as you fall for its mythical charm.
See the best of Bangkok on a 6-hour tour taking you to the city’s prime landmarks. Kick off early in the morning from your meet up point at Century Mall and head over to visit the stunning Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew). Cross the river on a ferry and stop by a local favorite market, Wang Lang Market, for a delicious lunch. After lunch, you will embark on a sightseeing cruise along the Chao Phraya River on a traditional longtail boat where you will sail past the majestic Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), the Royal Thai Navy Dockyard, Royal Barges Museum and more! Keep a memento of this incredible tour at King Power where you can choose to make the most out of your free King Power Duty Free Privileges voucher! Savor an amazing shopping experience with exclusive traveler discounts and perks when you buy premium duty free items and souvenirs. Shop to your heart's content and end the tour on a high note.
Bring out the nature lover in you and go on a private tour to the charming district of Khao Kho! Witness breathtaking scenic views of mountain ranges, hills, valleys, rivers, temples, pagodas and more. You can plan your own itinerary or you can follow the suggested destinations. Feel like you’re on cloud nine as you climb the highest point in Khao Kho to see the spectacular sea of clouds. Take the chance to visit one of Thailand’s most beautiful temples, the vibrant Wat Prathat Phasornkaew and take a closer look on its intricate mosaic tiles, pottery items and other art forms. With a professional driver behind the wheel, get to all your desired destination around the area in no time. Make your experience extra memorable by enjoying scrumptious Thai food at local restaurants and cafes.
Discover the best of Khao Yai the way you want it with a multiple day customizable tour from Bangkok! Have your own private vehicle under the command of a friendly and experienced driver taking you to the attractions that you have chosen. Get the chance to visit Khao Yai’s top destinations such as the Primo Piazza, Chocolate Factory, Haew Narok Waterfall, and many more! Make a stop over to one of Thailand’s finest wineries for lunch and get a taste of PB Valley Winery’s exquisite wines. Don’t miss the opportunity to try out some local delicacies in popular Thai restaurants along the way. Embark on an exciting 2, 3, 4 or even, 5 day adventure in the beautiful Khao Yai.
Experience Bangkok like never before on this biking temple tour. Join fellow riders on your local exploration and see the best of the city on this insightful adventure around town. Pedal through Bangkok's innermost parts along the Chao Phraya Riverside where most of the community is gathered around. Be struck in awe with the blinding white edifice of the Wat Prayoonwongsawat, also known as the White Chedi Temple. Beneath the preeminent structure rests the ashes of the ancient Thai royalty. Recharge your energies and ease into the tropical high noon with some snacks as you stroll past a nice café by the riverside. You can also use this time to walk around the area towards the Grand Palace. Don't forget to indulge in their local street food along the way! Take home a piece of Bangkok with you as you roam the Flower Market and China Town before calling it a day. This is the perfect opportunity to gain life insights as you get to know Bangkok's different local communities and appreciate their humble outlook that will resonate with you forever.
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What people are saying about Food Tours in Bangkok
Definitely a must-try, even for those who are frequent visitors of Bangkok but have yet to venture out of the city centre. This tour was well organised, stuck to the schedule and had guides who were fluent in English and experienced in their craft. It was a wonderful journey through time where you get to learn about the culture and history of a forgotten civilisation. The only unfortunate part about this experience was encountering the other tourists who were sadly quite disrespectful towards local customs and places of worship, but that's an inevitability in many cultural landmarks. Still, one would be able to get amazing photographs of these sites without having to go up close (it's better to keep a respectful distance!) Really worth the money and spending a full day on.
Ms. Cherry was a lovely tour guide, very pleasant and spoke good English and accommodated well, even our tour companions who were late for the meet up time. We had a wonderful time visiting all the temples in the itinerary and you get ample time learning about them from Ms. Cherry and photo-taking time for each. Take note that lunch is not included in this package, only bottled water, so bring cash. The longboat ride was a fun way to see Bangkok from a different perspective. Make sure to give enough time to get to the meet-up point as traffic can get bad.
The tour was well-organized, we have seen the most famous temples in Ayutthaya, and had sufficient time to explore each of them. Both driver and guide were kind and helpful. Yet it seems to me that the information given about each site was too basic, not more than you could read on the information boards at each site. Of course, you could ask questions, but I wish they would tell more, without asking them. Yet overall, a very good day trip from Bangkok, especially if you're interested in history.
My husband and I had booked this for our first night in Thailand as an intro to Bangkok to start to learn what we liked/didn’t like to help set the scene for the rest of our trip. The tour guide was really funny while informative and provided a great atmosphere for the whole group. The Tuk Tuks were great fun and each restaurant had better food than the last! Would definitely recommend! The temple at night in particular was a highlight, lovely to see it so beautifully lit up and with much fewer people and cooler than when we went during the day time!
fantastic tour, the best we had in Bangkok. We saw the part of the city we would have never been able to discover by ourselves. roamed around in tiny lanes, crossed small canals and were able to look into the way of living of the locals. we had plenty of snacks and food to try too.
Steve ( our guide ) was fantastic.
The day tour as such was a great experience. Our tour guide Boy provided a lot of information in a professional way.
However, be aware Grand Palace is a beautiful place but over crowded with 10,000 visitors daily which makes it hard to enjoy and take pictures.
But Wat Pho is worth the visit. It shows the glory of Buddhism.
Wait there is more Chao Pharaya River allows to move around fast and traffic shows it. Golden Mount is a refreshing place with great view of Bangkok especially later afternoon.
Overall we can recommend the tour to visit Bangkok's main attraction at one day.