Wallow into the backstreets of Bangkok at night with the company of mouth watering local delicacies!
Other than a shopping heaven, Bangkok is also known for its delicious cuisines. Streets of Bangkok is filled with different foods from its original settlers such as Chinese, Indian and Thai. From restaurants, kiosks to street stalls, every corner of Bangkok has it all. We embark on this food hunting trip during the night as it will give you a different ambience than the usual Bangkok during the day. You will get to see a much gentle Bangkok during the tour. The tour brings you to the location that is not famous tourist spots but the real Bangkok. The journey consists of cycling through quiet and narrow street alleys away from Bangkok’s traffic. It is a very casual riding journey.
We will gather at the meeting point near Khao San Rd. Shortly after the briefing and bike fitting, the journey begins. Our first stop will be Bangkok’s very own version of Little India. The Indian restaurants here although let you think twice whether you are at the streets of Calcutta. Worry not as this is also part of the authentic Bangkok. Salty and sweet Indian treats are the first foods to fill the stomach. Our next stop is the narrow back street of Sampeng Lane which is the birthplace of Bangkok’s Chinatown. As we cycle to the end of Sampeng Lane, we will reach a small side lane that transforms into an outdoor cafe at night which serves both Malay and Chinese cuisines.
After filling our tummies yet again, we will ride through another section of maze-like back alleys to reach the ferry crossing to Khlong San Market. The market is the terminus of one of Bangkok’s original railway lines. The ferry shuttles Bangkokians to cross the Chao Phraya River until late night. We will also cross the river using the ferry too. Following the ferry ride, we continue to ride through the streets of Old Bangkok and then encounter a sudden change of atmosphere in the lively night market of Tha Din Deang. Tha Din Daeng is also named Bangkok’s second Chinatown because the area is dominated by Chinese. You will enjoy your last meal of the night in the market which is full of luscious food to taste.
Later on, you will ride over the Memorial Bridge with its spectacular views of the Chao Phraya River. We will pay a short visit to the largest wholesale flower market in Thailand too. From the flower market, we will continue our journey back to the meeting point. Before reaching the end of the tour, we will make one last stop at one of Bangkok’s most iconic landmark, the Giant Swing, or Sao Ching Cha. It is a relic of a Hindu ritual that is no longer performed today. You can view the majestic and tall structure of the string up close. We will ride back to the meeting point to end our food hunting bike tour then.
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