1. Bangkok Street Eats by Tuk-Tuk Guided Tour
Embark from the meeting point on an exciting tuk-tuk ride through Bangkok’s vibrant streets. Along the way, get a glimpse of an important Bangkokian landmarks – the Democracy Monument before arriving Michelin Bib Gourmand listing Pad Thai Restaurant and enjoy the explosion of spicy and savory flavors as well as the amazing variety of textures from the delicate noodles to the crunchy peanuts. Hop back into the iconic vehicle and continue this culinary excursion of the city’s hidden eateries. But first, let’s have a photo break at the Giant Swing. Next stop would be a local night market. Wander the rows of bustling stalls, learn about local delicacies and sample from the vast array of street food. There will be plenty of options to test your umami and sweet taste buds namely: suckling Thai-style grilled meat, khao kha mu (stewed pork leg), coconut pudding, Bua Loi Khai Waan (glutious rice balls with egg), etc. Take a short break from eating and stroll through Pak Klong Talat, Thailand’s largest flower market, which only operates overnight. Let’s try to fold some fresh lotus here while getting to know how important this kind of flower is in Thai worshiping culture. Next up, getting to know Thai wedding tradition from a local store selling special desserts just for this occasion. Take away some Thong Yip and Thong Yod to try at the final stop. End the night at a laid-back riverside rooftop bar. Sip on a refreshing beer or your choice of drink whilst taking in the splendid views of the Chao Phraya River and the twinkling buildings along the riverbanks before friendly tuk tuk driver bid farewell at the nearest MRT station.