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Private Bangkok at Night: Chinatown Sightseeing & Street Food Tour

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Private Bangkok at Night: Chinatown Sightseeing & Street Food Tour

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Explore the street stalls of Bangkok’s Chinatown on a walking tour and enjoy tasting street food along the way. Stroll past market stalls, find plenty of bargains, and stop to sip coffee at a century-old cafe. Private experience offers personalized attention from your guide.
  • Stroll through Bangkok's colorful Chinatown on this vibrant night tour and sample some street-side cuisine
  • See the worlds largest Golden Buddha at Wat Traimit Temple
  • Step inside a 90-year-old cafe and try the brew
  • Traveling in a private group allows a unique and intimate experience
  • Experience Bangkok's Chinese heritage, including a visit to the Chinese Heritage Centre
  • This tour is carbon neutral, operated by the world’s largest travel B Corp accredited company
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Friendly Local English-speaking guide
Visit Wat Traimit, the world's largest solid gold seated Buddha
Visit 100-year old coffee shop and take traditional coffee (or tea)
Taste a Street Snacks
Visit The Dragon Lotus Temple the biggest and most important Chinese Buddhist temple in Bangkok
Tips on what else to see, do and eat during your stay
Refresh with Thai local beer at a sky bar with 360-degree panoramic views
Hotel Transfers
Hua Lamphong Railway station 3 , Maha Phruttharam, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station. Our guide will be waiting in the main departure hall in front of the ticket counters. If you’re coming by MRT (subway) please take Exit 2

3:00 PM
Grand China Bangkok , 215 ถ. เยาวราช Khwaeng Samphanthawong, Khet Samphanthawong, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10100, Thailand

Grand China Hotel Bangkok, 215 Yaowarat Road.

Meet your guide and small group at a central meeting point, then follow on foot through the heart of Chinatown. During your walking tour, visit markets in Yaowarat as your guide details the history of the area once belonging to Chinese traders. Stroll along Song Wat Road and view the temple of Wat Traimit, home to a large seated Buddha and the Chinese Museum.

Reach a 100-year-old coffee shop and relax with a complimentary cup. Then, your guide escorts you to a market specializing in Chinese religious products and through hidden lanes and other markets. Along the way, sample some of the street food Bangkok’s Chinatown is famous for.

Conclude your evening tour at a rooftop bar for sweeping 360-degree views of Bangkok at night. Enjoy a cold beverage while your guide points out important landmarks on the city skyline.

Afterward, your guide can assist you in getting the subway or a taxi back to your hotel.
Stop At:  
Bangkok Train Station
This walking tour will take you through Bangkok's historic Chinatown, a neighbourhood so rich in sights, sounds, and smells that it could only really be described as an assault on the senses (in a good way!). Taking a stroll through this neighbourhood is one of the best things to do in Bangkok, and with a local to guide you along, you'll never miss a beat. You'll begin this Bangkok Chinatown tour at Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station, it doesn't get any more old-school than this – the station is more than a hundred years old and one of Bangkok's architectural gems. There's plenty of action inside with locals coming and going, but catch it while you can. There are plans to close the station and replace it with a modern terminal in the next few years.
Duration: 10 minutes
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Temple of the Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit)
Our first stop is Wat Traimit, the Golden Buddha Temple - an incredible sight to behold and one of the can't miss things to do in Bangkok. This stunning temple enshrines the world's largest solid gold seated Buddha from the Sukhothai Era, measuring nearly five metres high and weighing five and a half tonnes. Here your guide will let you in on the local secrets and history behind the Buddha, and the legendary tales that surround the original Buddha that sat there.
Duration: 30 minutes
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Center
This temple also houses the Yaowarat Chinese Heritage Centre where you'll learn all about the history of the Chinese people in Thailand and the fascinating relationship between these two countries.
Duration: 30 minutes
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Eiah Sae 益生
Next, you'll get into everything you've been waiting for – bring on the food! With your local guide, you'll head to a 100-year old coffee shop on Phat Sai Road, where you'll be treated to a traditional Thai coffee, snack, and the opportunity to sit back and soak up the atmosphere.
Duration: 20 minutes
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Chinatown - Bangkok
We'll then head to a market specialising in Chinese religious products and fresh food. At night, this particular area is filled with street stalls and becomes one giant and extremely tasty food bazaar. This will be your opportunity to go wild and try dishes you've never even heard of. But trust us, after this experience you'll never forget them!
Duration: 2 hours 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Sky View 360
With a belly full of Bangkok treats, we'll head to our final stop, a hidden gem of a sky bar with 360-degree panoramic views to rival all others in the city. You'll have a chance to relax and refresh with a cold Thai local beer (soft drinks also available) while taking in the breathtaking scene.
Duration: 30 minutes
Admission Ticket Included
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Minimum age is 8 years
  • Maximum small group size is 12
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • This tour visits religious sites. To respect this and for your own comfort, please wear clothing that covers your shoulders, waist and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing is both respectful and cool in the predominantly hot and humid Bangkok climate
  • Please note, if any of the sites in the itinerary happen to be closed due to reasons beyond our control, an alternative site will be visited. With so many street food stalls to choose from, if one we plan to visit is closed, we can find another one that's just as delicious!
  • We can accommodate vegetarians and other dietary restrictions. Please notify your guide at the beginning of the tour if you have any dietary requests.
  • Local Impact: How you will help the local community by joining this tour: This tour helps preserve local cultural heritage by visiting sites of cultural importance including Wat Traimit Temple, Yaowarat Chinatown Heritage Centre which is rarely visited by tourists, and Wat Mangkon Kamalawat. Although there is no entrance fee at Wat Mangkon, Urban Adventures makes a small donation per group which goes toward helping maintain the site.
  • You will also visit a 90-year-old coffee shop on this tour, supporting a 4th generation family business who continue to serve traditional Thai teas, coffees, and snacks that they built their heritage on.
  • Travellers 18+ must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Children 6-17 must present a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or lateral flow) conducted maximum 72 hours prior, proof of recovery dated up to 9 months or proof of vaccination. View full policy
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • OPERATED BY Intrepid Urban Adventures - Thailand
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.
  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.

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The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What is the social distancing policy during Private Bangkok at Night: Chinatown Sightseeing & Street Food Tour?
A:The policies on social distancing are:

  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
See all safety measures taken by Private Bangkok at Night: Chinatown Sightseeing & Street Food Tour.
What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during Private Bangkok at Night: Chinatown Sightseeing & Street Food Tour?
A:The policies on staff health & safety are:

  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
See all safety measures taken by Private Bangkok at Night: Chinatown Sightseeing & Street Food Tour.

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Enthusiastic guide with reasonable...
Richard H
, Feb 2018
Enthusiastic guide with reasonable English and GSOH. Chinatown was very crowded because of the Chinese New Year, but he guided us through the crowds and made sure we all kept up. The boat trip gave us a chance to view Bangkok from the river, which provided new views and a little fresh air. The food was eaten where there were no other Westerners eating, so we got the local version, restaurant version and street food version. We all went away feeling we had eaten enough for a week, but of course the following day I was dining again. This is Bangkok!
We had a small group of 5 travelers...
, Oct 2017
We had a small group of 5 travelers. Everything was great from the guide to the sights, shopping and the food.
Great tour, and I was the only...
Melanie L
, Jul 2017
Great tour, and I was the only person! So got a fantastic one on one tour of the busy markets and all the colour and sights. And then a delicious dinner!
Enjoyable time. The tour guide was very...
, Sep 2016
Enjoyable time. The tour guide was very friendly and helpful. Good fun.
Tour guide was knowledgable but most...
Olga V
, Dec 2015
Tour guide was knowledgable but most streets were closed because of king's birthday ,so it was mostly food tour . Which is not agency fault at all but that is a reason I give 4 stars
Good tour. Our guide was wonderful...
Erica F
, Jul 2015
Good tour. Our guide was wonderful and helped us to understand the history and ensured we all had plenty to eat. Pam was an excellent and caring guide
great experience, the guide was...
Dieter W H
, Apr 2015
great experience, the guide was great, took her time with us, did not feel rushed, like a real friend that walked with you, really nice to be in a small group, we were 5 in the group
a very good tour with are guide pam...
kevin m
, Mar 2015
a very good tour with are guide pam, around china town trying different foods i must admit i did not try all off the food on offer as we walking around china town pam was telling us the history about china town if you like chinese food you will love this tour , and if you get pam as your guide , you will have a great afternoon
Our guide "Gof"was really great...
Sean H
, Feb 2015
Our guide "Gof"was really great. Showed us around and let us sample some food and beverages from shops we probably wouldn't have gone into alone. We enjoyed the river cruise and seeing the vibrancy of Bangkok city.
Absolutely fantastic and the tour...
, Jan 2014
Absolutely fantastic and the tour guide was very helpful. She had wonderful knowledge and could communicate very well. Highly recommended!
we meet are guide for this trip in a...
Paul C
, Nov 2013
we meet are guide for this trip in a hotel after walking there from are hotel, she was a very good guide. we went by water taxi to the area for chinatown where we visited the golden buddha where we had about half hour to look around then it was off to chinatown down some of the back streets where we saw gifts that where made for family to put with the dead also spice for cooking and general goods, after this we headed to the large flower market have not seen so many flower by type in one place after this we headed back to chinatown for the meal this was different to the usual chinese meal in the uk.she got us a taxi back to are hotel after this. a very enjoyable evening and walk.
everything about the tour good and the...
nurudeen o
, Oct 2013
everything about the tour good and the tour guide is perfect
the tour was interesting, if you like...
kemi obembe
, Sep 2013
the tour was interesting, if you like to see the less tourist part of bangkok
Dinner in Chinatown was different...
, Jul 2013
Dinner in Chinatown was different but lovely. I found the flower markets a bit boring, there were a lot of flowers but the variety was limited.
Great fun. A pleasant and...
Michelle K
, Jul 2013
Great fun. A pleasant and informative afternoon/evening. My guide was determined to ensure I got home safely..thanks Joe
It's a good tour to get around to...
, Dec 2012
It's a good tour to get around to areas that aren't necessarily touristy places. Having a local guide to show you the way was great - and she introduced me to new street foods I was unaware of. Alot of walking [not recommended for elderly or people that can't walk / stand for about 5 hours]
Not perfectly organized: 1...
, Nov 2012
Not perfectly organized: 1. Started late. 2.The meeting point was neither close to the tour area nor to our hotels ( for the both participants of the tour) and we ended up crossing the traffic of China Town a few times because of that reason.The tour itself was a little boring. We were walking through similar crowded streets in Chinatown. The problem that its hard to find general overview tour in Bangkok city. Pros: The tour was with local nice lady who wanted to tell us a lot about her city. We received valuable new information about Bangkok and its population.
We had the same guide as the tuk tuk...
Deirdre R
, Sep 2012
We had the same guide as the tuk tuk tour, with only three of us this time. Again the English language barrier was a bit of a problem. This too was a very interesting tour, and when the rain hit in a big way, our guide raced off to the local 7/11 to buy my wife and I plastic raincoats. She refused to let us pay her for them. Again, a temple or two, one being very impressive with its massive grounds. We walked through some historic market areas, and at nightfall through the flower market. It is just massive, makes the Amsterdam flower market look like a miniature. It is in the form mainly of a street market but goes for many blocks. We then finished up having a Chinese dinner with our guide. Along with the tuk tuk tour it gave us a very good view of older Bangkok and was well worthwhile.
Trek to meeting point was a...
Yummie Cupcake
, Sep 2012
Trek to meeting point was a nightmare as taxi driver had no clue. On arrival the heavens opened and by the time I got out of the taxi I was ankle deep in water. However Our guide Dong was simply amazing, once the rain calmed down we stasrted our tour. Loved the street food and local resturant. China town and flower market were buzzing. Definately great tour in my opinion
Our guide was very enthusiastic and...
, Mar 2012
Our guide was very enthusiastic and we had a great time learning about China and it's history.

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