THAILAND – Bangkok – Discover the Delights of Bangkok Street Food After Dark by Tuk Tuk

Leaving behind the heat of the day; after the moon has risen, take a chance to cruise Bangkok’s streets in one of the city’s iconic 3-wheel, Tuk Tuks.


Art & Culture, Classic, Family, Gastronomy, Honeymoon

Country - City

Thailand - Bangkok

Market segment

Thematic Leisure

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Max pax



All Year Round

Arrival city


Departure city



Bangkok is generally known to be a sleepless city filled with shopfronts emblazoned with colourful lights, bars blaring loud music and streams of boisterous people filling the streets. But it would be remiss if not mentioning Bangkok as a paradise for street food and a place where the food is always ready to welcome guests, even late at night. Leaving behind the heat of the day; after the moon has risen, take a chance to cruise Bangkok’s streets in one of the city’s iconic 3-wheel, Tuk Tuks. This open-air vehicle allows feeling the wind in the hair as well as easily enjoying the aromas streaming from local Bangkokian’s favourite places to eat, including the local favourite Kao Mun Kai, the town’s best Pad Thai, and other popular home-style Thai snacks. Between bites, the visit of the amazing flower market and the nighttime view of landmarks like Wat Pho Temple gives the chance to appreciate a perspective quite different to the busy daytime scene.

Can be combined with

Thematic Leisure

  • Bangkok – Get a glimpse of Bangkok local life on the canal

Selling points

  • To learn about the ingredients and cooking techniques that make theThai food so tasty
  • Go beyond tourist zones for the most enjoyable midnight eating adventure

Level Of The Excursion

Low - This activity impacts local community, culture and/or environment in a small but meaningful way

The Impact Of This Excursion

Social/cultural Impact

Cultural Conservation

Economic Impact

Local individual benefits

Community benefits

Additional Information

Positive impact

The activity benefits individuals and the community and highlights and promotes local culture.

Negative impact

The tuk-tuk is not environmentally friendly, and some restaurants are not committed to the reduction of waste and single-use plastics.


Time And Transportation

FromToKmByDurationRoad condition
Lumpini ParkChina Town4,5Tuk Tuk25 minutesGood
Sam Yan MRT StationLumpini Park2,5Tuk Tuk15 minutesGood



  • 4 hours
    • From 19:00 – 23:00
    • From 20:00 – 24:00

Min pax


Max pax


How to sell it

  • This tour is suitable for all markets especially US and UK markets
  • For FIT clients and for people who are interested in Thai food and culture
  • This tour is for medium to high budget clients
  • Not suitable for vegetarian clients

Why this activity

  • Delicious and 100% local experiences with friendly fully-licensed local tour guide
  • Magnificent temple at night
  • Experience the fun of tuk tuk riding to discover Bangkok’s atmosphere at night

Good to combine with

  • Any day time, classic activities such as: visiting Wat Pho, Grand Palace, or Jim Thompson House…
  • Long-tail boat tour on Thonburi Khlongs

Do not combine with

  • Half day course at Amita Thai cooking class
  • Visit Bangkok like a local
  • Cycling tour in the jungle of the Bangkok peninsula
  • All the cooking classes and street food
  • A Feast in the dragon Belly

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Competitor comparison

  • All the DMCs are able to provide this tour. It’s a supplier tour.


  • Easy to book the service


  • For some food stops to have noodles or Pad Thai: travelers will need to queue up/wait for their food for a while because those restaurants are famous and have a lot of customers.
  • There is no hotel pick up service, and clients need to transfer by MRT (the public transportation – underground).
  • It is not suitable for vegetarian clients.
  • Outside guides (English, French, or third language, are not allowed anymore to escort this Navatas food tour)


  • Food that will be tasted during the tour:
  • Grilled-fish, duck with onions, soup (with pork, mushrooms, lemon grass), sticky rice or Chinese doughnut, fried noodle with egg, drinks, Pad Thai.


  • The tour can only be provided on English speaking basis

Price range

From 1500 (Joined) to 1875 THB (FIT)

Quotation guideline

  • ERP -Activity – Navatas – BKK Food tours
  • Join Tour : min 2 pax is costed 1492.50/ pax
  • Private tour : The price is started from 1875 THB / pax, depending number of pax.
  • Activity provided by suppler: please refer to contract
  • Minimum age for children 6 years old. Younger children will be Free of charge but it’s not really relevant to propose this food tour with very young children.


  • Tuk tuk driver
  • Supplier’s guide
  • Food and drink
  • Drop off at the hotel


  • Pick up at the hotel
  • Easia Travel guide with tuk tuk and food

Possible Extra

  • Drop off (not pick-up) service is complimentary for clients who stay inside the drop off area; like most of our hotels on the priority list
  • Please note: hotels which are located south of the Anantara Riverside need to add an additional pick up service
  • Outside the prescribed area, the surcharge will be 150 – 200 THB per each tuk tuk. Otherwise, if the clients stay outside the drop off area, their guide can call a taxi to drop the clients back to their hotel
  • Pick up point: Tour guide will meet our clients at “The entrance of Exit 2, Sam Yan MRT station” (In front of Chamchuri Square
  • In case our clients cannot speak English and need our own guide to be the translator. Our partner will charge 800 THB because they will need to arrange an extra tuk tuk for the guide (Without food on the tour).
  • In case our clients are non-English speaking, we will need to book the tour as a private tour only


There are 2 types of tours

  • Join Tour
  • Private Tour
  • Younger children (less than 6) will be Free of charge but it’s not really relevant to propose this food tour with very young children.

Important notes

  • Map: here
  • 20h00: Meet suppliers’ tour guide at Sam Yan MRT station, then take a Tuk Tuk to Lumpini park (15 minutes)
  • Time spent to try food here around 35-45 minutes
  • Take the tuk tuk to China town – (25 minutes), to taste Bangkok sticky rice in the Chaloem Buri area If the sticky rice is sold-out, you can try Chinese donuts
  • Travel 5 minutes to a noodle restaurant also located in China town. Here, you can have fried-noodles served with chicken and eggs (2 kinds of eggs: well-cooked or on one side as an omelet). Time to try food here is around 30 minutes
  • Travel 5 minutes by tuk tuk to the Flower Market – walk around to see the colorful scene and take some pictures.
  • Then get back in the tuk tuk to travel to Wat Pho to see the temple in the evening – a nice place for taking photos in a different light.
  • From Wat Pho, travel 10 minutes to Sala Arun café – next to Sala Rattanakonsi hotel. You’ll visit an outdoor bar, on a higher floor and take some time for a relax drink
  • Your final stop is at Maha Chai road to try Pad Thai – one of the best places for Pad Thai in Thailand.
  • Then, your tuk tuk will take you back to the hotel.

Special Guide notes

  • Pick up point: Tour guide from the provider will meet our clients at “The entrance of Exit 2, Sam Yan MRT station” (In front of Chamchuri Square).



  • Bangkok Food Tours Team
    • 319 Chamchuri Square Building.,
    • Unit 227 Phayathai Road, Pratumwan
    • Bangkok 10330 Thailand.
    • Telephone: +6695-943-9222
    • Email:
    • Website:


Discover the delights of Bangkok street food after dark by tuk tuk

Leaving behind the heat of the day, after the moon has risen, you will cruise Bangkok’s streets in one of the city’s iconic 3-wheel Tuk Tuks. This open air vehicle allows you to feel the wind in your hair as well as easily enjoy the aromas streaming from locals’ favorite places to eat. Taste a variety of savory dishes, including the local favorite Khao Man Gai, the town’s best Pad Thai, and other popular home-style Thai snacks. Between bites, visit the amazing flower market and enjoy a nighttime viewing of landmarks like Wat Pho Temple to appreciate a perspective quite different to the busy day time scene. Be ready to witness a side of Bangkok that you would never normally have the chance to see and experience exotic foods and flavors that you’ve never tasted before.


Le soir, découvrez la cuisine de rue Bangkok en tuk tuk

Après la chaleur de la journée, place à la nuit étoilée et aux rues de Bangkok en tuk tuk, un véhicule léger à trois roues. Cheveux au vent, vous vous enivrerez des arômes des restaurants. Ne manquez pas de goûter les plats savoureux, comme le fameux khao man gai, le pad thai local très réputé et d’autres petits en-cas populaires. Entre deux bouchées, le fantastique marché aux fleurs vous offrira un panorama nocturne, avec le temple de Wat Pho et une toute autre perspective de la ville animée. Attendez-vous à un visage inédit de Bangkok et à réveiller vos papilles par des saveurs exotiques.


Descubra las delicias de la comida callejera de Bangkok durante la noche en tuk

Una vez se deja atrás el calor del día, después de que la luna se haya alzado, se adentrará en las calles de Bangkok en uno de los Tuk Tuk de tres ruedas que tan icónicos son en la ciudad. Este vehículo abierto al aire le hará sentir el viento en el pelo mientras disfruta de los aromas que emanan de los mejores sitios para comer en la ciudad. Pruebe una variedad de sabrosos platos, incluido el favorito local, Khao Man Gai, el mejor Pad Thai de la ciudad y otros aperitivos tailandeses populares. Entre bocados, visite el alucinante mercado de las flores y disfrute de una visita nocturna a monumentos como el templo Wat Pho para apreciar una perspectiva que difiere bastante del ajetreado escenario diurno. Prepárese para ser testigo de una faceta de Bangkok que normalmente no habría tenido la oportunidad de conocer y experimente con alimentos y sabores exóticos que nunca había probado antes. 


Bellezze di Bangkok al chiaro di luna in tuk tuk

Quando la canicola della giornata lascia il posto alla più piacevole temperatura serale, addentratevi nei meandri della città su un pittoresco taxi a tre ruote. Scoprirete ben presto un volto della città completamente diverso da quello mostrato durante il giorno. Dal vostro tuk tuk, con i capelli svolazzanti nella brezza serale, lasciatevi stuzzicare dai mille sapori che aleggiano tra le bancarelle. Approfittatene per assaggiare deliziose stuzzicherie tra le quali il rinomato Khao Man Gai (pollo con riso) ed il migliore Pad Thai della capitale. Tra un morso e l’altro, fate un salto all’imperdibile mercato dei fiori ed ammirate i migliori scorci della città alla luce morbida della luna.


Entdecken Sie nach Einbruch der Dunkelheit Street-Food-Köstlichkeiten Bangkoks mit dem tuk tuk

Lassen Sie die Hitze des Tages zurück; nachdem der Mond aufgegangen ist, durchfahren Sie Bangkoks Straßen in einem der kultigen tuk tuks mit drei Rädern. Dieses Fahrzeug ohne Dach ermöglicht Ihnen, den Wind in den Haaren zu spüren und die Düfte von Bangkoks besten Essenslokalen zu genießen. Probieren Sie eine Auswahl pikanter Gerichte, inklusive des heimischen Favoriten Kha Man Gai, der beste Pad Thai der Stadt, und andere berühmte hausgemachte Thai-Snacks. Zwischen den Bissen besuchen Sie den erstaunlichen Blumenmarkt und können den nächtlichen Blick auf Sehenswürdigkeiten wie den Wat-Pho-Tempel genießen – ohne hektisches Treiben, wie es tagsüber der Fall ist. Seien Sie bereit, eine Seite von Bangkok zu erleben, die Sie normalerweise niemals sehen würden, und entdecken Sie exotische Früchte und Aromen, die Sie nie zuvor probiert haben.