Bangkok: E-Scooter, Local Sights, and Street Food Tour
- Explore Bangkok on an electric scooter
- Eat street food and try fruits and other snacks at the local markets
- Hear local secrets and discover hidden places with experienced local guides
- Discover more of the city than you would on a walking tour
First stop on the tour is a local Thai market, where you will try some local Thai fruits and get to see how local Thai people buy their food. From here explore the narrow alleyways of the Thonburi side of Bangkok before you cross over the Chao Phraya River via the memorial bridge to Chinatown.
In Chinatown try some of the most famous street food in the city. Learn about the history of the Chinese community and how they influenced Thai food and culture. After this hop back on the scooter and ride around the back streets of Chinatown, before crossing over the river again, this time by local ferry.
Next up is the Tha Din Daeng Market. Sample some traditional Thai foods, before stopping at a local park. Discover Wat Prayoon, and feed the friendly turtles who live nearby. Finally, visit the area which is home to the Kudeejeen community where you'll try muffins from a local factory and learn how the Portuguese colonizers influenced Thai food.
- Xiaomi electric scooter
- Third-party insurance
- Professional tour guide
- Ferry tickets
- Street food
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Children under 14 years
- Pregnant women
- People under 4 ft 6 in (140 cm)
Prepare for the activity
The best way to get here is to take the MRT to Itsaraphap MRT station. Then get out at exit 1 Soi 34 and walk to Soi 32. Walk down Soi 32 for 100 meters and you should see our offices with lots of bikes. If you want to take a taxi: You can show this to the taxi. ฝั่งธนบุรี. ถนน อิสรภาพ ซอย 32. หน้า รถไฟฟ้าใต้ดิน MRT. อิสรภาพ. But please remember to leave in time to get here. In rush hour it can take up to an hour to get to here from a hotel in downtown Bangkok. Please check the train line before you traveling if you are close to train line like the BTS or MRT better to take train as we are right next to the MRT Itsaraphap station.Open in Google Maps ⟶
• The minimum height for this activity is 140cm
• The maximum body weight must be 120kg