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Bangkok Food Tour

Highlights
  • Feast on some of Bangkok's best food on a culinary tour of Bang Rak 
  • Have a local experience by exploring on foot 
  • Sample authentic Thai dishes such as green papaya salad and larb
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Bangkok Food Tour
From US$47.95
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6:30pm DepartureMost Popular
Bangkok food tour depart at 6:30pm returning at 9:30pm.
US$47.95
10am Departure
Bangkok food tour depart at 10am returning at 2pm.
US$47.95
Overview
Eat like a Bangkok local on a culinary tour of the Bang Rak district. Redefine your ideas of Thai cuisine as you visit up to 15 shops, eateries, food stalls, and markets to sample dishes such as som tam (green papaya salad) and larb (minced meat salad). Plus, a small group limited to 10 people makes traveling between each venue a breeze. Choose between a lunch or dinner tour.
What to Expect
Select your departure time at checkout. You’ll start your tour at a meeting point near the food-centric Bang Rak district. Learn about Thailand’s diverse culinary culture from your guide as you visit your first food stall.

Sample curry puffs and Thai iced tea from stalls at the Bang Rak Bazaar; feast on exotic fruits at a wet market; and share plates of stir-fried noodles topped with egg in a family-run eatery. Save room for the Northern Thai specialty of green papaya salad, the minced-meat dish larb, and a sugar fix from a sweet shop.

Your tour concludes at your original departure point.
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1 - 5 of 54 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago
Must do for first-time visitors of Thailand and second time and third....

Thai cuisine is so wonderful, this alone justifies this kind of tours. But the way it is brought by guide Joker, is adding another dimension. Very interesting to get to know the basics, but also some historical facts. And if you would be in doubt:...More

Thank folker_lamote
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Good tour

My husband and I went on this tour while in Bangkok. We were taken to several different places for food and drink. There was some street food and some restaurant food, all delicious. Jenny was our guide and she is very sweet and nice. We...More

Thank blairw03
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Second time, but just as magical! They even remembered our wedding anniversary!

When I did the food tour in Bangrak in 2016, I was so in love with that experience, that when the opportunity for my husband and mother in law to join me in Bangkok after my conference came up, this was the FIRST thing I...More

1  Thank ReshmaAzizKhan
Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile
Great way to experience Bangkok food!

This was such an awesome tour! So many interesting and delicious food stops for the price. Our tour guide was Katy and she was just lovely. SO knowledgeable, friendly, and funny. Each stop we made and food we tried were accompanied by a very detailed...More

1  Thank Jenna S
Reviewed 11 June 2018
Good but strictly Chinese food!

We are big foodies so we really enjoyed the opportunity to try so many different foods all through China town. We had Dim Sum, awesome noodle soup, we tried several difference desserts,we even had a chance to try the Durian (sp?) fruit. The guide was...More

2  Thank Jkarr11
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SimonSG2014
6 July 2018|
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Response from brigittev898 | Reviewed this property |
Yes. I read that their maximum is 10. There will be 2 tour guides with you, so 10 is still manageable. Enjoy!
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Linda K
2 May 2018|
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Response from Mannayakasha | Reviewed this property |
Ours started at 7pm from subway stop, usually clearly marked on the tour info
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jbrocksmit
22 April 2018|
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Response from steve_marshall | Reviewed this property |
We also stay at the Royal Orchid. You can walk down to Taksin station where the tour starts.
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