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Yaowarat Street Food Tour (Chinatown)

4.82 43 reviews
Availability : 6pm - 9pm | Tuesday to Sunday
Duration : 3 hours
Tour Type : join-in / private tour
Group Size : 2 - 12 people
Travel Mode : Walking
Meet :Hua Lamphong MRT station
End :Hua Lamphong MRT station
Remarks
  • not suitable for vegetarians and people with seafood allergy

Tour takes place rain or shine


Why this experience?

Bangkok's Chinatown is a world famous street food destination and Thai people's favorite dining neighborhood. It is the biggest evening street food market in Bangkok, with too many things to see and to eat that even Thais find it difficult and overwhelming to navigate unless they are locals. Come with us to enjoy the sophisticated flavors of Thai-Chinese cuisine at our best-kept-secret selection of eateries. We will eat from street vendors and dine in a proper restaurants, hitting it all from noodles, to Dim Sum, seafood, Chinese desserts, and ice cream! Featured by CNN Travel, this tour will be a highlight of your street food experience on your Bangkok trip.

As you enjoy your food and rub shoulders with local diners, you will hear success stories of each eatery, tales of the neighborhood, and Chinese food traditions. We will also visit the neighborhood's landmarks to give your tummy a break and feed you insights of Chinese traditions unique to this neighborhood. If eating (the best) street food in Bangkok is on your bucket list, book this experience and cross it out!

Highlights

  • Chinatown Street Food at Bangkok Night

    Delicious street food with local diners as your neighbors

    Dining on a street sided by traffic and pedestrians in the bustling Chinatown is a unique experience. No doubt the food is safe and clean. We have handpicked the eateries known as the best among local diners, some with Michelin Star awards. You will never feel more local and more as part of the neighborhood than this.

  • Chinatown Street Food at Bangkok Night

    Delicious street food with local diners as your neighbors

    Dining on a street sided by traffic and pedestrians in the bustling Chinatown is a unique experience. No doubt the food is safe and clean. We have handpicked the eateries known as the best among local diners, some with Michelin Star awards. You will never feel more local and more as part of the neighborhood than this.

  • Various Dim Sum at Chinatown in Bangkok

    Taste as many delicacies as 7 dishes and snacks

    Why as many as 7? There are so many types of dishes to choose from and we want you to try the best restaurant of its kind. Do not worry, you will get the decent portions at each place to make sure you always have enough room for the next stops. Come hungry, leave with full tummy!

  • Newly grilled prawn at Chinatown, Bangkok

    Taste as many delicacies as 7 dishes and snacks

    Why as many as 7? There are so many types of dishes to choose from and we want you to try the best restaurant of its kind. Do not worry, you will get the decent portions at each place to make sure you always have enough room for the next stops. Come hungry, leave with full tummy!

  • The Bangkok Chinatown night life

    Tales of the neighborhood and insights into Chinese traditions

    We do not only feed you food, we also feed you fascinating fact about the neighborhood. You will hear it all while dining and visiting the neighborhood's historical sites.

Itinerary

From Hua Lamphong MRT station where we meet, a short walk brings us the first food stop, fish balls in pink noodle soup. The noodle stall is near Wat Traimit or the Golden Buddha Temple which we visit next. Then we hit the main road of Chinatown, stopping at a Chinese temple first. Our second food stop is Dim Sum, followed by the Michelin Star Chinese fried dough. Next, we eat seafood, then pig's organ or crispy pork (your choice) in peppery soup. The desserts follow, ice cream and sesame dumplings in sweet ginger tea. Our tour guide then brings you back to Hua Lamphong MRT, or call a taxi or a Tuk Tuk to take you home.

*The itinerary can be changed due to unexpected circumstances. We will do our best to notify you if any changes occur.

Private Tour Rates

The itinerary of a private Chinatown Food Tour by Tuk Tuk is identical to that of a join-in one. But it is more exclusive because it’s just you and the tour guide. You can set your own pace. The start time is also more flexible, any time between 5.30 pm – 7pm. We can’t start the tour later than 7pm as our partner restaurants will close. The tour will take around 3 hours.

Number of guests 2 pax 3 pax 4 pax 5 pax 6 pax 7 pax 8 pax 9 pax
Prices Per Person THB 2,100 1,900 1,800 1,700 1,550 1,550 1,550 1,550
Number of guests Prices Per Person THB
2 pax2,100
3 pax1,900
4 pax1,800
5 pax1,700
6 pax1,550
7 pax1,550
8 pax1,550
9 pax1,550
*This price is per person. It does not include transportation from/to the meeting and the end place.

What is included / not included?

  • Experienced & friendly licensed tour guide
  • 10+ dishes & drinks mentioned in the itinerary
  • Accident insurance
  • Bangkok dining guide pamphlet
  • Hotel pick-up (our meeting point is easily accessed by MRT - see map)
  • Hotel prop-off
  • Gratuity

Meeting & End Places

Meeting Place : Hua Lamphong MRT station

End Place : Hua Lamphong MRT station

Cancellation Policy

If you would like to cancel a booking, please notify us by email. The following cancellation fees apply:

  • More than 7 days before the tour, we will charge 10% of payment
  • 2 to 6 days before the tour, we will charge 50% of payment
  • From 48 hours before the tour starts, we will charge 100% of payment
  • Arriving later than 10 mins after the appointed time and place for whatever reason is considered a late cancellation. We will charge 100% of payment
  • Allow up to 7 days for refund processing

Reviews

Over 300 travelers enjoyed this experience.
See what they say about it on TripAdvisor!

Bangkok Food Tours - Yaowarat Street Food Tour

5.0

I would highly recommend this tour - especially if you are wanting to try different street foods. Chinatown is full of restaurants and street vendors - it can be quite overwhelming. But our guide did a wonderful job of explaining things, taking us to many different types of places and offering many different types of food. A great way to spend the evening and to see the sites in Bangkok's Chinatown! (Also...the guide was kind enough to take many photos - and even e-mailed them to us the day after the tour! THANK YOU!!!)

by Leslie F
United States
Fantastic!

5.0

Bright, bustling streets, informative and heaps of delicious food - much of which we had never tried before! Our guide Mai was lovely and very accommodating with my 8 and 5 year old daughters on the tour as well - they both loved it as well!! Highly recommend this tour for anyone who is visiting Bangkok & loves food! 😋

by Julie M
Australia
Highlight of my holiday

5.0

This very indulgent and thorough tour was a highlight of my 10-day stay in Bangkok. Lily has excellent English skills -- and a wicked sense of humour! She was also thoughtful enough to remember I can't eat hot chilies and ensured that my dishes didn't automatically come with chilies added, and, in once instance, she actually organised another dish for me entirely, which was greatly appreciated. Chinatown by night is very different to during the day, so I would highly recommend this tour -- but come hungry, there is a LOT of food!.

by Katy Chance
A MUST Food Tour

5.0

My daughter (21) and I ventured into Chinatown on our first night in Bangkok, it was a Saturday night and it felt like we had walked into chaos. But it was exciting at the same time. So we decided to do this food tour to make some sens of it all. The tour was great, not only was the food selection amazing and lots of it, but our lovely tour guide Mai, was knowledgeable on the food and the history of the show and stalls we visited. I would highly recommend this tour

by Kerri D
Australia
Amazing experience

5.0

Our tour guide, Nut, had great English and was easy to speak to and ask any questions about life in Thailand. She was very knowledgable about food in ChinaTown and made sure we had plenty to eat! There was a Vegetarian Chinese Festival happening while we went on the tour and she managed to detour off the set plan for the night really well so we were able to experience both. We definitely would not have been confident enough in ordering the food she did on our own, and now feel more confident in ordering food here again alone. It was a great night! Thank you Nut!

by Marlia S
Great experience

5.0

We did the Yaowarat Street food Tour. We were only 5 and our tour guide Nut. She was very nice, funny and knowledgeable and we learnt a lot about the food, the street vendors, life in Thailand and a little bit about Chinatown (good mixture). The food was very good ( we never would have tried it on our own) and we enjoyed the tour very much. It was very well organized, we had no or only short time waits ( but even this is fun, since it is so bustling) and it was really packed. Chinatown at night is just a must and with this tour it is even more interesting.

by Norm626
Germany

1,550 THB / adult

1,250 THB / child

(age 6-12)

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