Bangkok food trip on a tuk-tuk
Get the heat, exotic smell and vibrant evening atmosphere under your skin, by exploring Bangkok from the famous 3-wheeled tuk-tuk. Simply lean back, and enjoy the colorful city passing by; this tour takes you beyond the beaten track!
Why this trip?
Bangkok is an amazing city with a lot to offer, and I would like to show you both some of the known sights, yet from a different angle and then some of the more hidden gems - and of course; get some very delicious Thai food!
Things to prepare for the trip
Empty stomach and an open mind :o)
Meet up at BTS Station (Saphan Taksin)
Venture into the Bangrak area, which holds some of the oldest places in Bangkok. Make a stop at an old abandoned fire station next to the Chao Prayah River. If traffic allows it, you will be there right for the sunset; which always makes amazing pictures
We will continue to our first food-stop; Prachak Roasted Duck. A 100 years old restaurant – you will not find better duck than here.
Explore Chinatown neighborhood by foot – and get info about the unknown, amazing food they sell along the footpath. Then to the Flower Market, where you will be met by piles of exotic flowers in all colors – open 24 hours, and with a constant buzz.
See the famous majestic Wat Pho temple by night.
Drive around in the charming narrow streets in the old part of the city, and enjoy the busy ambiance. On the way you will see the Giant Swing, Democracy Monument etc.
Arrive at the absolutely best Phad Thai restaurant in Bangkok; Thip Samai. We might have to wait a bit in line, but it is worth it.
Tour finishes at Saphan Taksin Skytrain Station
Extra expense you should prepare
Other drinks than water.
- Saphan Taksin