Day 3 – Twilight Culinary Journey

Day 3 – Twilight Culinary Journey

Bangkok is claimed to be the city that never stops eating. Bangkokians usually find themselves eating out at night, especially street food, which the city is also well known for.

Be taken for a ride and make various stops at local places in which even smells will definitely delight your taste buds. From the local favorite Northern Thai-Isan Food, the best kept-secret Guay Tiew Gai guaranteed with a Michelin star for 2 consecutive years, and one of the best Pad Thai in town popular for both locals and foreigners alike, all bites are then truly pleasing!

Between the bites, make some nice stomach breaks at the city’s old town landmarks. Visit Wat Pho, the famous iconic sight of Bangkok for a nighttime perspective, and here, be wowed by its illuminated chedis while learning all about the history of the temple. Also, walk through the city’s largest flower market, Pak Klong Talad, which is busy 24-hours a day with wholesale vendors and local shoppers. Explore the stalls where orchids, flowers, vegetables and other items spill over the crowded stalls. Here, there is a chance to taste some local snacks or fruits.

The night ends with a final stop outside a secret, hidden bar located by the river. Sip a chilled Thai beer or a non-alcoholic drink while enjoy an amazing night view of the Chao Phraya River along with the glittering Temple of Dawn. After the tour finishes, be dropped off at the hotel by tuk tuk.

Accommodations: Pullman Bangkok Hotel G (B/D)