Food tours are ever-popular in Thailand, such as the Bangkok Food Tour, which allows guests to venture through the streets in search of local delicacies and then return to a chef-guided facility to re-create those treats.
Take a floating market tour for a really interesting story. The floating markets used to be a great tradition as the waterways play a huge role in the Thai lifestyle. While floating markets are not the biggest in the Thai industry now, they still hold historical value and are worth the trip for a day. The original Tha Kha floating market is a must. With fresh, local ingredients for sale and a wide variety of Thai dishes ready-made to try, you can easily spend your entire vacation here happy as can be.
Visit a coconut farm and learn how to make coconut sugar, tour Mom & Pop shops for secret recipes and delectable sweets, and order authentic Tom Yum from a street cart. There is so much to take in when in Thailand, so guided tours with highlights and scheduled samplings are not a bad idea, especially if you’re arriving on an empty stomach. With the help of the guides, you will learn how to master the art of ordering out, as well as actually cooking the meals.
Bangkok Food Tours offer way more than just restaurant tours along the bustling streets. Opt for a true culinary adventure that ranges from Bangkok all the way to Chiang Mai, or the Ancient Ayutthaya Food & History Tour. The tours offer up everything from snacks and samples to full course menus at fine-dining establishments in the downtown district.