Best Eats Midnight Food Tour by Tuk Tuk
$64.49 per guest
$64.49 per guest
Everyday at 7.00 pm - 11.00 pm
1 to 12 people
Exit no.2 of Samyan MRT Station, in front of Chamchuri Square
Join our night food tour by Tuk Tuk - what travelers love to do the most in Bangkok! Cruise Bangkok Old City at night on a Tuk Tuk or Thailand's iconic 3-wheeler and hop local favorite eateries mostly servicing in evenings. Enjoy Thai delicacies at more than 4 food and drink stops, including the city's most popular Pad Thai. See lives on streets of neighborhood after sunset as you pass by them on the Tuk Tuk, which is significantly different from its day scenes and usually unexposed to foreign travelers. Between each place, there is plenty of time to digest before heading to the next stop (consider it an extended dinner). The tour includes a visit to a temple at night – a unique experience at the temple is beautifully illuminated and tourist-empty. We'll also relax for a bit with drinks at a romantic bar with the most beautiful river view. The tour ends by the Cinderella’s time when the Tuk Tuk driver drop you off at your hotel and bid sweet dreams. (Note that this tour is not suitable for vegetarians.)
The tour starts off in Bangkok's downtown and business district at a Northeastern Thai (Issan in Thai) restaurant. The area has a strip of Issan restaurants all serving delicious regional specialty. Choose any restaurants and you can't go wrong with it. Then we move to Bangkok Old City where the riverside is lined with a cluster of high-end and romantic bars and restaurants – one of the city's best places for fine dining.
Bangkok Old City is teem with cultural historical charm. It's pretty during days and become even more beautiful at night when the sites are lit up. This is home to a glittering array of temples and ancient architecture – famous must-see and must-visit things for travelers. But while the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and other ancient landmarks draw visitors, the neighborhood's several-generation-old restaurants attract locals who know where the find best of the best dishes! Most of these restaurants are shop houses on small alleys and streets, located off the Chao Phraya river. They usually have long queues of people waiting to be seated every night, especially from 6pm – 9pm. Once you see the lines, you'll see to your eyes why we bring you there.