Bangkok at Night by Tuk Tuk: Diethelm Standard

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day tour

Tour Level: Moderate

Tour Comfort: Standard

Tour Period: Evening

4 hours    French, Russian, German, Spanish, English    Bangkok

tour highlights

  • Experience the thrill of riding in a tuk tuk and witness Bangkok's Chinatown at night
  • Taste a wide variety of different local dishes, local beers and desserts from street food vendors
  • Visit the eye-catching Pak Klong Talad Market (flower market)
  • Marvel at some of Bangkok's iconic temples beautifully lit up at night

tour details

Bangkok is famous for its incredible street food, buzzing nightlife and it’s iconic three-wheeled tuk tuk. So we’ve combined all three on our special evening excursion, ideal for couples and families.

tour description

Your night starts by travelling from your hotel by tuk tuk to Chinatown. We arrive just as the sun sets to experience the bright lights of Yaowarat Road and the Odeon Circle. Off the main road are a series of narrow alleys that offer a great insight into how the Chinese community have preserved their cultural traditions for over two centuries. The area was once renowned for being a dense warren of opium dens, gambling joints and brothels. Today it's the great food, fabric and gold that lures people to this area.

Tonight, you will taste at least seven different local Thai and Chinese dishes from different street food vendors. These vary but may include Satay (grilled meat with a peanut source), Sala Pow (steamed buns with meat or vegetables inside), Khao Mun Gai (Hainanese-style chicken rice) Bamee Moo Daeng (noodles with slices of red pork), Khao Niew Mamuang (mango sticky rice) and Bua Loy Nam Khing (rice dough balls filled with sesame paste in hot ginger juice).

After eating the incredible food, jump back into your tuk tuk and head to Thatien Pier, for a short photo stop of Wat Arun. Then pass through Pak Klong Talad Market, best visited at night when there are fresh deliveries of flowers, fruit and spices. Back in the tuk tuk we drive through Rattanakosin, the original area of Bangkok, capital over 200 years ago. You will see magnificent temples and architectural buildings, like the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Democracy Monument. We stop at The Press Sky Bar to enjoy a drink on their roof. While not the highest bar in Bangkok, it offers a wonderful panoramic view from the 6th floor. Relax on the comfy sofas before being dropped off back at your hotel.


Transfer included: Yes
Meals included: Dinner
    Tour code: EXBNNTTC

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