Bangkok Walking Tour With Sunset Watching and Food

The Walk of Unique Foodie Lovers

This 4 hours late afternoon Bangkok walking tour is designed for travellers who want to explore the mixed culture of Thai and Chinese in Talad Noi where many hidden gems are located.

Our Bangkok walking tour starts in the mid afternoon by taking a public ferry to Klong San Market. Here you will get to try some local snacks testing local flavors.Along the way you walk, your guide will show you hidden historic attractions from the late 17th and 18th century that were influenced by the European architecture and take you to a rooftop restaurant for sunset watching break. There you just sit back zipping a refreshment and watch sunset over the Chao Phraya River at one of the best location in Bangkok.

In Search of Legendary Bangkok’s street Food

After the sunset break, you will be heading to the main street of Yaowarat, the bustling Bangkok’s Chinatown in search of Bangkok’s best street food. On this Bangkok walking tour, there are 5 street food stops that await you. You will be fully fed before going back to your hotel. These dishes are non-vegetarian by the way and we apologize for those vegetarian lovers.

After our mission of feeding you with the best street food in town accomplish, it is the time to say goodbye. In Yaowarat, there are many public transportation available. No need for you to be worried about getting a taxi or Tuk Tuk back to your hotel or anywhere you would like to visit thereafter. If you need assistance with getting a taxi, don’t worry our friendly guide will be happy to help you with that.

Be an explorer on your vacation with our Bangkok walking tour of “Chinatown Sunset Walk and Food Tour.” The Bangkok walking tour experience for those who are UNIQUE.

How to add this experience to your Bangkok itinerary

The experience starts in the late afternoon since the main highlight is to watch sunset and explore Chinatown street food. This time of the day is when most travellers are already tired after a long day travelling. To add this memorable experience to your itinerary, the followings are our recommendations.

  • Take a half day food tour for the first half of the day. Food tours normally runs for 3.5 hours in the morning and finishes around 1 pm. (However, this depends on tour operators.) Then, you go back to hotel resting for a few hours or go for a hour of spa relaxation and after a day break, you get ready for our chilling and relaxing experience or
  • Take a cooking class in the first half of the day and  take a day break at hotel and prepare to chill with us in the evening or
  • Take a half day walking tour for your morning session
  • Visit Jim Thomson House and do some shopping at MBK, a popular air conditioned mall for locals and tourists. These two sites are located close to each other. You can walk from site to site within a few minutes. These activities are some ideas for a half day spending
  • Book  a half day tour to Damnoen Saduak Floating for your morning
  • Relax at your hotel by swimming pool!

Well! These are some ideas that would help you combining this experience into your travel plan in Bangkok which will help you make the most out of your visit.  

Remark:  Please contact us if you are interested in taking this niche walking tour for booking and availability!

Attractions

  • Chinatown food tour
  • Klong San Market
  • Holy Rosary Chuch
  • 1st commercial bank influenced by European architecture
  • Old Chinese shrines
  • late 17th century living Chinese house (pass by, people living in there)
  • River view roof top restaurant
  • Unique perspective of Thai-Chinese culture
  • Time
    • approximately 4 hours easy and chilling walk
  • Meeting point & time
    • Saphan Taksin BTS Station. Exit 2.
    • 4.15 PM
  • Number of join-in tour
    • 6 people maximum in a join-in tour to enhance the experience of privacy
    • A number of 2 people minimum is required to operate the tour. If the minimum number is not reached. We have the right to cancel the trip and your payment will be refund
  • Inclusions
    • Guide
    • Food & drinks
    • Transportation during tour
    • Insurance
  • Exclusions
    • Pick up / drop off from hotels
    • Gratuity
    • Alcoholic drinks
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