Get a taste of Bangkok’s heritage through its street foods and see more of the city by bike on this 4-hour evening cycling tour. Bypass the tourist traps, and discover the locals’ favorite food hangouts. Pedal the maze-like alleys of Little India and Chinatown, and ride a Chao Phraya river ferry to explore ‘Second Chinatown.’ Stop on route for snacks and delicacies redolent of each district’s culture. Tastings, water, and cycling equipment included.
Suitable for children comfortable riding a bike
4-hour evening food tour of Bangkok by bike
Pedal through the city’s backstreets, alleys, and night food markets
Stop to sample delicious bites in Little India, Chinatown, and Tha Din Deang market
Taste the different cuisines of the city’s original settlers: Indian, Thai, and Chinese
Ride a ferry across the Chao Phraya River
Food tastings, bottled water, bike, and cycle helmet included
Come hungry for this food tour that takes you down backstreets to discover some of the most authentic food in Bangkok. With an expert foodie leading the way, bike off the beaten path to discreet locations that only locals know while tasting the cuisines of the city's original settlers.
Meet your guide and get outfitted with your bike and helmet, and then cycle off, pedaling your way through the maze of back alleys and deserted markets. Your first stop is in Little India, along the original canals that once protected the historic Rattanakosin Island city center. Enter a nearby Indian eatery to savor a sweet and salty treat that transports you all the way to Calcutta.
From there, travel down the narrow backstreet of Sampeng Lane, the birthplace of Bangkok's Chinatown. Once known for its seedy nightlife, the street becomes a bustling wholesale market during the day. Pop into an outdoor eatery to try samples of the neighborhood's beloved Malaysian and Chinese food. Your tour then takes you over the Chao Phraya River and through the lively streets of the Tha Din Daeng night market. Follow your guide around to the different stalls, selecting a range of specialty foods before sitting down at a street-side table to enjoy your final meal of the night.
With your tummy full, head back over the river, crossing over the illuminated Memorial Bridge. Bike through the colorful Pak Khlong Flower Market and then to the Giant Swing, one of Bangkok's most iconic religious structures. Stop to snap a quick photo before saying farewell to your guide.