- 4 – 4.5 hour guided walking tour along the backstreets of Yaowarat
- Explore Bangkok's Chinatown and discover real foodie spots
- 17 food and drink tastings
- Learn about the history and ingredients of Thai cuisine
- Refreshing Thai drinks and water along the way
- Fully licensed guide (who’s also a chef)
- Small group size with a maximum of 12 guests
Unfortunately, these tours are not suitable for vegetarians.
Why do we love this
This is a great chance to discover Thai cuisine that isn't pad thai! We think the fact the route and tastings have all been hand picked by Chef Nutth is a pretty cool feature! You'll get a taste of Thailand that's traditional, delicious, and very different to back home.
WHAT TO EXPECT
You might want to skip lunch! An evening full of 17 food and drink tastings is going to leave you feeling very full...
Start your foodie adventure at 4:30 pm, just in time to catch the sunset. Join your guide, Chef Nuuth, and get ready to discover through some of the coolest back streets and alleys in Chinatown. Catch a glimpse of traditional Thai life as you peek into homes and temples and munch of Thai snacks as you wander through the winding streets. Stop at a street stall to tuck into pork wontons and chive dumplings or give steamed mussels and deep fried crab rolls a try!
These tours have been designed to capture all 5 taste sensations - sweet, salty, sour, bitter and umami - so you really get a taste of everything.
You'll be able to taste some delicious grilled clams with spicy dipping sauce, cured red sausage, crispy pork with Thai dipping sauce and some coconut chicken skewers with satay peanut sauce and ajat cucumber relish. And don't forget a red or green Thai curry from 80-year-old street stall!
As you go, Chef Nutth will teach you about the history of the area, it’s people and their food and will point out and explain the raw produce on sale. Get ready for an insane taste sensation as he leads you from one hidden food gem to another.
And try and leave room for dessert! Your last few tasting will include some mouth watering Thai sweets, like steamed pillow buns stuffed with sweet black sesame paste and of course, fried doughnuts with pandan custard.
This is the foodie adventure of a lifetime!
Each tour starts at 4:30 pm at Yaowarat’s Chinatown Gate and takes approximately 4 to 4.5 hours.