We are delighted to take you on our Bangkok Chinatown tour or Bangkok Street Food Tour, where our guests will be introduced to the Yaowarat Road. Yaowarat Road is renowned as one of the best food streets in Bangkok. We will also take our guests on a tuk tuk night tour Bangkok, where they would be introduced to the best street food restaurants and stalls—which are strongly recommended by the local Thai folks. Here, our guests will find few of the best and sizzling Thai delicacies to satiate their appetite. Such as Elvis Suki (This restaurant is Michelin Guide) Fried Noodle with chicken (Hot Plate), Chinese Rolled Noodle Soup (Guay Jab) and Local Thai-Chinese desserts. And we also visit around Bangkok Old town and enjoy scenic view of Bangkok old town at night along the way back to the hotel.
5.00 PM: Pick-up from the hotel
5.30 PM: 1st Street food "Michelin Guide" Suki Elvis
6.30 PM: 2nd Street food " Hot plate noodle "
7.15 PM: China town street tour
8.30 PM: 3rd Stree food "Michelin Guide Guay jub
8.45 PM: Thai local Dessert / See around Bangkok Old town
9.00 PM: Drop at your Hotel / Destination
Rejoicing and retreating yourself to the wonderful atmosphere surrounding Bangkok Old Town with the friendly and professional assistance of our licensed guides.
Fun & Safe sightseeing and Tuk Tuk night tour Bangkok at night time.
Immersing yourself in lives of the Thai folks at the night time along the way.
Experiencing the taste of the famous food stalls
All foods and drink provided in trip
Basic personal accident insurance
Tour itinerary brochure
Professional local foody tour guide
What’s not included?
Gratuities for tour guide & Tuk Tuk driver
Out of route pick up and drop off
Extra food apart from provided meals
Let's try many famous street food in Bangkok Chinatown with our Bangkok Street Food Tour. The street food stalls we'll take you to try are recommended by Michelin Guide
Situated in a competitive street food neighbourhood, Elvis Suki rises above the rest of the vendors on Yotse Road. Following the same recipe for 30 years, the suki can be ordered with or without soup, but the dry sukiyaki beef with Elvis' secret eggy sauce, smoky aroma from the coal stove and perfectly cooked beef is the best. Nowaday, Elvis Suki is got the Michelin star- rate too!
SIZZLING HOT PLATE, KRA-THA RON
When on Bangkok street food tour, one should always try a sizzling hot plate from Kra-tha Ron restaurant. We take our guests to Krua Porn Lamai to allow them to replenish their appetite with exclusive Thai meals. The restaurant is famous for its delicious and mouthwatering Hoi Tod. Hoi Tod is a combination of soya beans and mussels, and it makes an excellent omelet which is served on a cast iron plate—classic Thai style. You should also try the famous Radna dish, which is a combination of vegetables, chicken, squid, and prawns. The dish is also served on cast iron plate, with gravely poured on it.
BANGKOK CHINATOWN, THANON YAOWARAT
We will head to Bangkok Chinatown, also known as Thanon Yaowarat in Thai. The foreign visitors and locals alike have titled the place as Bangkok Street Food Heaven, because that’s what it is. Here you will find a variety of Thai meals and desserts. The street is lined with exclusive street restaurants and street food stalls—that one should try before flying back to their home.
This cart has been serving Guay Jub (rolled rice noodle soup) for over 50 years and there is always a long line. The noodles are tender but chewy, the broth is aromatic and peppery, and the pork belly is juicy and crispy.
LOCAL’S FAVORITE SWEET STALLS
Now that our guests have tried the specialties of Chinatown, it is not possible for them to return back without indulging on the dessert. Here, you can sweeten your taste buds by trying Yaowarat assorted desserts which combine Chinese high quality ingredients with signature Thai cuisine before bidding farewell to Chinatown.
"Ratchadamnoen Road is rich historic road in Bangkok. It links the Grand Royal Palace to Dusit Palace in the new royal district, terminating at the royal plaza in front of the Anata Samakom Throne Hall which is inspired by Champs-Élysées and other European boulevards. We will let our guest enjoy scenic view of Bangkok old town at night along the way back to the hotel.
GIANT SWING, SAO CHING-CHA
We will initiate the trip by visiting Giant Swing or Brahmin Swing located, also known as one of the most ancient spots in Bangkok. The historic spot of the Giant Swing is located in the Phra Nakorn. Alternatively known as Sao Ching Cha in Thai—the ancient spot was constructed in 1784 during the supremacy of King Rama I. Then, a series of events led it to become a ritual site for performing the swing ceremony until 1935, and it has since become one of Bangkok’s top tourist attractions.
Please inform us if you have any specific food requirement.
Please inform us in case you have allergies to MSG, seafood or pork.
TukTuk and driver will pick you up in the area that be specified on the map. In the grey areas, you haven't to cost extra.