- Explore the historic Bang Rak area as it comes alive in the evening.
- Visit popular local eateries to sample authentic Thai dishes.
- Sample Thailand’s royal cuisine in a hidden restaurant with a royal connection.
Street Eats in the Village of Love at Night
Early evening hop onto the skytrain or subway to Saphan Taksin Pier where your foodie guide will be waiting. The tour takes place in the historic Bang Rak area of the city, also known as the Village of Love. Enjoy a welcome drink from a busy street vendor before sampling a specialty Thai-Chinese dish from a family-run eatery.
As you wander through the bustling streets stop to breathe in the spices, flavours and aromas of authentic Thai food. As the evening cools down and the streets come alive, get a glimpse into the days of yesteryear and gain unfiltered access into the life of the locals in this friendly community.
Learn about the rise of the popular Hawker Centres and the interestingly named dishes on offer. Stop at an 80-year-old shophouse where an international household name in sauces was born. Refresh yourself with a delicious herbal drink.
Test your boundaries as your guide relates the history of edible insects in Thailand and how their popularity is spreading to other parts of the world. Savour regional flavours and see first-hand how authentic Thai cuisine combines both sweet and spicy flavours in one dish.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with one of Thailand’s favourite street food snacks. Finally in an exclusive hidden gem run by descendants of the royal family sink your teeth into Thailand’s royal cuisine.
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