Bangkok: Small Group Evening Street Food Walk
- Discover the best local food spots off the tourist trail
- Explore back streets and walk amongst small canals and heritage architecture
- Taste at least 6 different types of typical Thai street food, both sweet and savoury
- Interact with local street food vendors with the help of your local guide
- Enter the magnificent Wat Pho temple at night and take in the beautiful architecture
Other savory dishes you might sample include Thai sausages or typical everyday dishes such as pad krapow (spicy basil stir-fry), khao man gai (chicken rice) or gai/moo bing (grilled chicken or pork skewers). Whichever dishes are available on the day, you can be sure they’re fresh, homemade and delicious, otherwise, the locals wouldn’t keep coming back for them. With a full stomach, walk back towards the starting point, passing some of the Old City’s most impressive historic buildings that are beautifully lit up at night.
Before the tour ends, you’ll divert into the grounds of Wat Pho, also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. This temple is packed with visitors every day, but after dark, very few people enter. You won’t be able to see the golden reclining Buddha, but the temple’s spectacular buildings at night make for a magical experience. The place is truly special and a pleasure to see without the crowds. The tour ends at Sanam Chai MRT station. Your local guide can give you suggestions on where to head if you’re looking for a night out or direct you back to your accommodation using the MRT (subway) or local taxis.
- Local English-speaking guide
- 6 different street food items
- 1 non-alcoholic drink
- Additional food and drinks
- Souvenirs and personal shopping
- Children under 6 years
Prepare for the activity
Inside Sanam Chai MRT (subway) station at the bottom of the escalators of Exit 1 (Museum Siam). If you come by taxi, please enter the MRT station on the grounds of Museum Siam and go down 2 sets of escalators.Open in Google Maps ⟶