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Weekend is a family time! Join us for a one day floating market tour! Bring your people to 3 floating markets just about an hour from Bangkok, savour on delicious food, and experience amazing local ways of life. Lots of photo opportunities we promise!

Weekend is a family time! Join us for a one day floating market tour! Bring your people to 3 floating markets just about an hour from Bangkok, savour on delicious food, and experience amazing local ways of life. Lots of photo opportunities we promise!

Thonburi is a rustic neighbourhood of Bangkok on the west bank of the Chao Phraya river. The area is so laid-back and rustic that it's easy to forget that you're actually in Bangkok. Thonburi is home to a maze of narrow canals. At the Bang Luang Canal, you can find old wooden homes, delicious food, ancient temples, and the quirky Artist House Art Gallery. The best way to explore this area is to take a long-tail boat ride. Join us now at Thonburi Food & Canals Adventure (Combo Food + Boat…

Thonburi is a rustic neighbourhood of Bangkok on the west bank of the Chao Phraya river. The area is so laid-back and rustic that it's easy to forget that you're actually in Bangkok. Thonburi is home to a maze of narrow canals. At the Bang Luang Canal, you can find old wooden homes, delicious food, ancient temples, and the quirky Artist House Art Gallery. The best way to explore this area is to take a long-tail boat ride. Join us now at Thonburi Food & Canals Adventure (Combo Food + Boat…

Thonburi is a rustic neighbourhood of Bangkok on the west bank of the Chao Phraya river. The area is so laid-back and rustic that it's easy to forget that you're actually in Bangkok. Thonburi is home to a maze of narrow canals. At the Bang Luang Canal, you can find old wooden homes, delicious food, ancient temples, and the quirky Artist House Art Gallery. The best way to explore this area is to take a long-tail boat ride. Join us now at Thonburi Food & Canals Adventure (Combo Food + Boat…

Thonburi is a rustic neighbourhood of Bangkok on the west bank of the Chao Phraya river. The area is so laid-back and rustic that it's easy to forget that you're actually in Bangkok. Thonburi is home to a maze of narrow canals. At the Bang Luang Canal, you can find old wooden homes, delicious food, ancient temples, and the quirky Artist House Art Gallery. The best way to explore this area is to take a long-tail boat ride. Join us now at Thonburi Food & Canals Adventure (Combo Food + Boat…

Thonburi is a rustic neighbourhood of Bangkok on the west bank of the Chao Phraya river. The area is so laid-back and rustic that it's easy to forget that you're actually in Bangkok. Thonburi is home to a maze of narrow canals. At the Bang Luang Canal, you can find old wooden homes, delicious food, ancient temples, and the quirky Artist House Art Gallery. The best way to explore this area is to take a long-tail boat ride. Join us now at Thonburi Food & Canals Adventure (Combo Food + Boat…

Thonburi is a rustic neighbourhood of Bangkok on the west bank of the Chao Phraya river. The area is so laid-back and rustic that it's easy to forget that you're actually in Bangkok. Thonburi is home to a maze of narrow canals. At the Bang Luang Canal, you can find old wooden homes, delicious food, ancient temples, and the quirky Artist House Art Gallery. The best way to explore this area is to take a long-tail boat ride. Join us now at Thonburi Food & Canals Adventure (Combo Food + Boat…

Khao Soi is a must-eat dish in Chiang Mai. The coconut rice or egg noodle curry uses herbs and spices that gives it a flavor akin to Indian cuisine, such as cardamom and turmeric. Some restaurants fry the noodle to give it the crunchiness. The dish is usually made with chicken or beef as it’s originally a recipe of Burmese Muslims. Join our Taste of the North & Old Town Chiang Mai Walk to try this dish!

Khao Soi is a must-eat dish in Chiang Mai. The coconut rice or egg noodle curry uses herbs and spices that gives it a flavor akin to Indian cuisine, such as cardamom and turmeric. Some restaurants fry the noodle to give it the crunchiness. The dish is usually made with chicken or beef as it’s originally a recipe of Burmese Muslims. Join our Taste of the North & Old Town Chiang Mai Walk to try this dish!

Do You Know That Pad Thai Isn't Originally from Thailand? Stir-fried rice noodles or Char Kuay Teow was introduced to Siam by Chinese traders 400 years ago. But it wasn't until WWII that Pad Thai gained its name. Due to a rice shortage during the war, a Thai PM encouraged Thais to eat noodles instead of rice. The noodle recipe was altered and flavoured by match Thai tongues - Pad Thai was born.  Tipsamai Restaurant is known for the best Pad Thai in Bkk. Come try it with us!

Do You Know That Pad Thai Isn't Originally from Thailand? Stir-fried rice noodles or Char Kuay Teow was introduced to Siam by Chinese traders 400 years ago. But it wasn't until WWII that Pad Thai gained its name. Due to a rice shortage during the war, a Thai PM encouraged Thais to eat noodles instead of rice. The noodle recipe was altered and flavoured by match Thai tongues - Pad Thai was born. Tipsamai Restaurant is known for the best Pad Thai in Bkk. Come try it with us!

Do You Know That Pad Thai Isn't Originally from Thailand? Stir-fried rice noodles or Char Kuay Teow was introduced to Siam by Chinese traders 400 years ago. But it wasn't until WWII that Pad Thai gained its name. Due to a rice shortage during the war, a Thai PM encouraged Thais to eat noodles instead of rice. The noodle recipe was altered and flavoured by match Thai tongues - Pad Thai was born.  Tipsamai Restaurant is known for the best Pad Thai in Bkk. Come try it with us!

Do You Know That Pad Thai Isn't Originally from Thailand? Stir-fried rice noodles or Char Kuay Teow was introduced to Siam by Chinese traders 400 years ago. But it wasn't until WWII that Pad Thai gained its name. Due to a rice shortage during the war, a Thai PM encouraged Thais to eat noodles instead of rice. The noodle recipe was altered and flavoured by match Thai tongues - Pad Thai was born. Tipsamai Restaurant is known for the best Pad Thai in Bkk. Come try it with us!

Experience cool breeze in Bangkok at night by cruising on a Tuk Tuk and hopping food stops with Best Eats Midnight by Tuk Tuk at Bangkok Food Tours!

Experience cool breeze in Bangkok at night by cruising on a Tuk Tuk and hopping food stops with Best Eats Midnight by Tuk Tuk at Bangkok Food Tours!

Thai Crispy Fish with Green Mango Salad is a typical dish you can find in Thai restaurants in Bangkok. The fish is roasted and grilled whole. Then the flesh is fluffed into tiny cotton-like flakes before dipped in flour and fried. Try it with us on our Motorbike Food Adventure & Amazing Night Market!

Thai Crispy Fish with Green Mango Salad is a typical dish you can find in Thai restaurants in Bangkok. The fish is roasted and grilled whole. Then the flesh is fluffed into tiny cotton-like flakes before dipped in flour and fried. Try it with us on our Motorbike Food Adventure & Amazing Night Market!

Pla-ra is a common ingredient in several northeastern Thai dishes like Som Tam or papaya salad. It's fish salted and fermented in a closed container for at least 6 months. Its smell is foul for some but appetising for others. Try it yourself when in Bangkok with our Bizarre Food Challenge!

Pla-ra is a common ingredient in several northeastern Thai dishes like Som Tam or papaya salad. It's fish salted and fermented in a closed container for at least 6 months. Its smell is foul for some but appetising for others. Try it yourself when in Bangkok with our Bizarre Food Challenge!