Bangkok Foodie on a Tuk Tuk – Wat Po at night – Pad Thai of Thailand
A local guide to pick you up at your hotel to your option (select one from the following below)
Ride a tuk tuk to take you to Pad Thai Tip Samai (Pad Thai Pratupi) and enjoy night life of Bangkok. Back in the tuk-tuk we drive through Rattanakosin, the original area of Bangkok, established as the capital over 200 years ago.
Enroute you will see many magnificent temples and architectural buildings, including the Grand Palace from its wall and visit Wat Po (around the chedi area). We then stop at Sala Rattanakosin is a scenic, riverfront dining option, overlooking the legendary Chao Phraya River and the mystical temple of dawn then we serve Thai set dinner menu.
Ready for shopping? Transfer to Asiatique is an ideal shopping venue for tonight. Lots of handicrafts, and entertainments to explore. Enjoy your one and a half hour shopping.
Mae Klong Railway Market – Floating Market – Bang Khun Tien
Headlining trip to Sumut Songkram by private minibus stop for visit Mae Klong railway market‐ a market where the stalls are laid out on both sides of the railway tracks. When the train comes through, the tents and goods are moved from the rails in lightning speed. After the train has sped by, everything is moved back within a few seconds so that no one would suspect a conduit for a train. After exploration of the market, continue floating market are well-known as a Venice of Asia. Take a short boat ride and try a finger food.
On weekdays, you'll visit the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.
On weekends, you'll visit the Amphawa Floating Market.
Explore the Bang Khun Thian (Tien Talay) has Bangkok's only seashore. The coastline, about five km long, is muddy, containing mangrove forests and shrimp farms. The only way to access the Gulf of Thailand is via boat. A group of crab-eating macaque, a kind of monkey, inhabits the coast near the sea. A fishing community is located there and the sea coast is known for its seafood restaurants and stop for lunch with seafood.
Arrive at your hotel. Free at leisure in the evening.
Old community at Bangrak & Foodie
Start morning walk to explore around this area that is a true melting pot where you can find Thai delicacies from various regions and ethnicities such a Prachak Roasted Duck, Nam Kom Wa Tow - herbal tea, Jae Long Luk Chin Pla and Jok Prince. The walk is an easy-to-walk route, you can meet and chat with restaurant owners, sample their generations-old artisanal recipes and visit some local attractions hidden away from major tourist path at Wat Yanawa - the temple's singular attraction is its very unusual wiharn in the shape of a Chinese junk.
The wiharn was built on the orders of King Rama III, who saw steam ships replacing the old junks, and wanted the people to remember the old ships that had originally bought so much prosperity to the kingdom. The 'ship' is made out of concrete, with two pagodas where the masts would normally be.
The altar is in the wheel house above the stern and Warehouse 30 is a new creative space project has renovated of an unrefined, spacious 4,000-square-meter old warehouse with a classic Post-Second World War, industrial world vibe into a creative grounds housing an eclectic array of activities likely to be everyone’s cup of tea whether it be the multi- brand retail shop, cafés, soup and sandwich joints, design bookstore, record shop, flower shop, vintage shop or motorcycle shop all the way to a handmade furniture place, co-working space and a cinema that screens exclusively documentary films.
Transfer back to your hotel.
Transfer to Suvarnabhumi Airport. Airport representative will assist you during the fast track check in and take to VIP lounge.