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Bangkok  - Bangkok Historic Food Tasting and Culture Private Tour

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Experience the hidden culinary gems of Bangrak, an undiscovered dining neighborhood south of Chinatown, on our Historic Bangrak Food Tasting and Culture tour. Awarded Thailand's Best Tour Program, this immersive food tour takes you to Mom & Pop restaurants cherished by locals. Set in century-old shophouses, these classic eateries serve a diverse range of cuisines, including Chinese Thai, Indian-Thai Muslim, and regional Thai dishes. Enjoy delectable street snacks and uncover Thai street food culture as you stroll through the neighborhood. Explore off-the-beaten-path historical sites and learn about Thai culture and Buddhism. This tour is suitable for all ages, supporting the community and preserving these cherished family-owned restaurants.



  • Booking for tomorrow, please make a payment before 20:00 hrs. on a day before travel.
  • Vegetarian option available. However, the food might contain animal products e.g. fish sauce, oyster sauce, egg.


For more information, please feel free to contact us on WhatsApp (+66)95-5048282


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  • No facility for disables.


This program our tour guide will be meeting your guests at “Exit 3, Saphan Taksin BTS Station

Address Information

Meeting Point : Exit 3, BTS Saphan Taksin Station Location.



Meet tour guide at Saphan Taksin BTS skytrain station, Exit 3.

  • Begin with a short walk on Charoen Krung Road to the first restaurant for roasted duck rice.
  • Visit a nearby Buddhist temple.
  • Proceed to the second restaurant, Thai-Indian Muslim, to try Mabata, chicken Massaman, and more.
  • Cross the Chao Phraya river to the third restaurant serving Northeastern Thai cuisine, featuring spicy raw papaya salad, grilled pork neck salad, and sticky rice.
  • Return by crossing the river and visit a beautiful Catholic church, followed by a bakery for custard buns and Thai milk tea.
  • Head to the last restaurant to savor chicken green curry with fried roti and enjoy sorbet ice cream.
  • Along the way, indulge in Thai street snacks, which may include Miang Kham, chocolate roti, or coconut pancakes.

The tour concludes at Surasak BTS skytrain station.

*The itinerary can be changed due to unexpected circumstances. We will do our best to notify you if any changes occur. 


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