Private Bangkok Foodtour by tuk-tuk

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5 reviews   (5.00)

Price varies by group size

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Pricing Info: Per Person

Duration: 4 hours

Departs: Bangkok, Bangkok

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Free cancellation

Up to 24 hours in advance.

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Bangkok, a city that never sleeps! 

Explore nightlife in Bangkok during this popular tuktuk evening tour. Enjoy the most delicious Pad Thai and other local delicacies. Our guides know the best culinary stops; streetfood places you would not easily find on your own.

Evening time in Bangkok has a special atmosphere. You will drive past beautifully lit temples, visit local markets, try the most delicious dishes and exotic snacks! To finish the night we will take you for a drink at a local rooftop bar with a gorgeous view over the city!

What's Included

Bottled water


Food tasting

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Local guide


What's Not Included

Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)

Traveler Information

  • INFANT: Age: 0 - 2
  • CHILD: Age: 3 - 11
  • ADULT: Age: 12 - 99

Additional Info

  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.

What To Expect

Amazing Asia Tours
pick up from your hotel in Bangkok

5 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Chinatown - Bangkok
guided visit and food in Chinatown

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

Khaosan Road
Enjoy the atmosphere of bustling Khao San road

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Included


Must do!
mimo247, 15-11-2019
This was a great trip and our guide was great... really funny and had an excellent relationship with the street food vendors! We mentioned that we had hoped to eat at Jay Fai and he made sure we included that in the trip to see the legend at work. Sadly we weren’t able to eat there as she’s booked up until January! However we did sample Thailand’s best padthai just a couple of doors down the street. Thanks to our guides connections he managed to get us in and grab a take away of this fabulous dish.

We were able to enjoy the best duck noodle soup, some Michelin donut cubes with coconut jam (please don’t miss the opportunity to lay your hands on some... right outside 7eleven). We had great spring rolls, bbq pork, mango and sticky rice and loads more besides. This trip was a little pricier than the others but worth every penny.

For people like me who are very particular about what they eat and where from you are in safe hands on this tour!
Personalised tour with friendly guide
glee55, 21-01-2019
We had a great evening with "No 10". We travelled around by tuk-tuk to a variety of interesting places - sampling the various Thai delicacies - including Michelin rated food stalls. We went to a flower market then on to backpacker street finishing with a relaxing foot massage. All the time our guide gave use interesting background and amusing anecdotes. The night was very flexible and personalised - just for my wife and myself. We had a lot of fun!
Probably the best evening we had in Bangkok - so much fun!
Emily F, 18-08-2018
Well where do I start? Ben was our tour guide for the evening, she was fantastic; funny, knowledgeable, fun and really easy going. We cannot thank her enough for the fun experience she provided.

We started in the market area, and had grilled baby squid; papaya salad and rice paper rolls and banana and pandan pancakes for desert - all were delicious!

We then went to china town and had some duck, and a delicious iced desert of various fruits (Nam Kang Sai), which was very refreshing in the humidity - before heading to the flower market to take in the sights.

We went to the temple (Wat Pho) for the evening reading and to learn to fold lotus flowers. Ben taught us about the traditions within the temple and we were able to sit and listen to one of the monks reading in front of an enormous statue.

We then went to Thipsamai Pad Thai to watch pad thai being cooked over a wood fire - amazing!

We had the pad thai to take away, together with some sweet coconut/pupmkin dumpling deserts (Khanom Krok I think!) and ate this in a quiet square. It was at this point we were getting a bit sad as our food tour was nearly over- and then Ben explained that we had been to the quiet of the temple, so she wanted to show us the louder side of Bangkok. We walked through an indoor market and found ourselves in the colorful and playful mayhem of Koh San Road!

We stopped for a beer to watch all the passers by, before hopping in our final tuk tuk for the night, and heading back to the hotel.

I would rate this a 6/5 if I could - fantastic experience.
Best Pad Thai and great guide
TimKnippers, 18-07-2018
For our wedding anniversary we did the evening foodtour by tuktuk. We live in Bangkok and know many places already, but this tour suprised us in many ways!
Our guide Guitar was really funny and extremely knowledgable. He leared us many things we didn't know yet, e.g. how to fold a lotusflower, why locals wear yellow clothes on Mondays and where to get the best duck in China Town. The food was superb. Try the big shrimps in China Town! The Pad Thai near Wat Saket is the best in Bangkok, without a doubt.
We did many tours in Bangkok, but this is the one we would recommend the most.
Best one night in Bangkok possible!
Jennifer_B, 23-10-2022
Mr A was the perfect fit for our evening! He was flexible when our start time and pick up location changed. He was kind and adaptable when it was only 1 person for the first part of the night and he made our experience the most memorable and fun night of our entire 12 days in Thailand. We will seek him out when we make it back to Thailand for more fun and education!!

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