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Riding a Tuk Tuk through Bangkok's chaotic traffic during the day may be an adventurous experience, but riding it at night to explore yummy street foods in the city is another story.

Bangkok is known for its bustling street food culture. However, for a good tour of the city’s food scene, you may need an experienced guide. On the busy roads in the heart of Bangkok, agile Tuk Tuks whizz through mazy complexes and mysterious lanes, and offer a fantastic evening of adventurous dining. 

When the darkness falls, the streets of Bangkok change their hues when the wave of street food vendors comes to life and diners hit the street for food.

Amazingly, the old enclave is packed with yummy delicacies. You will be amazed by a wide selection of street food choices from Pad Thai Thip Samai, Michelin star-awarded Jay Fair with her giant crab omelet, Pad Thai Tao Than (Pad Thai on charcoal stove), Daeng Racha Hoi Tod in Talad Noi, Tom Yum Gung Bang Lamphu, to basic dishes like rice with curry.

Through a local perspective of dining in Bangkok after dark, you will find yourself among the historic area of Rattanakosin, while trying street food. Take breaks at nice spots such as the square at the Anata Samakhom Throne Hall and Phra Sumen Fort.

Complete your tour with a cold beer or creative street drink overlooking the Chao Phraya River. It will be another unforgettable ride in Bangkok.

 

How to get there: There are many Tuk Tuk food tour operators available. With an array of street food choices, some operators can customize the tour to suit your desire. Contact TAT hotline at 1672.