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Tour Destinations:

What to Expect

  • Indulge in a world of fine dining at Bangkok’s most prestigious restaurants, including Gaggan, Issaya and Nahm
  • Discover Bangkok’s highlights and sample the best Bangkok street food that this 24/7 city has to offer
  • Learn the flavors and techniques of Bangkok cuisine in a one-on-one cooking class

Price Includes

Accommodation with daily breakfast at selected hotels

Private tours, airport transfers as mentioned in the itinerary

Private driver and air-conditioned transportation (as mentioned in the itinerary)

Locally based private English-speaking guides

All entrance fees to mentioned visits

Meals as indicated in the itinerary

Bottled water on tours.

Price Excluded

International flights

Meals not indicated in the itinerary

Early check-in and late check-out at hotels.

Drinks & Personal expenses

Tips for guides and drivers

Personal travel insurance

Vietnam Visa fees

Detailed Itinerary:

Day 01:Bangkok Arrival – Very First Tastes!

Welcome to your Bangkok food tour!

To begin your tour of the best food in Bangkok, your Backyard Travel guide will be waiting to meet you at the airport. From there, you’ll be escorted to your hotel and assisted with check-in.

After giving you some time to settle in and relax, your guide will take you to your first gastronomic delight: nahm at Metropolitan by COMO, one of Bangkok’s most acclaimed restaurants. This chic restaurant boasts a hit-list of prestigious awards, including a ranking of No. 22 on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants and No. 7 on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2015. Nahm presents the palate with refined but true Thai flavors to give you an unforgettable introduction to authentic Thai cuisine.

(Note: Nahm requires advance reservation. If the restaurant is fully booked, we’ll arrange an alternative restaurant.)

Meals: Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel in Bangkok

Day 02:Bangkok – Eat & See

Forget the breakfast at hotel! It’s time for a local breakfast! You’ll go on a leisurely stroll through narrow alleys to sample local Bangkok foods and sweets. Squeeze into an old coffee shop to try kafae boran, a sweet, traditional Thai coffee, and continue through the winding streets to nibble on a popular Thai dessert, khanom thua paep, or mung-bean rice crepe. Trust us, it’s delicious! Then, just a few steps away, a food stall offers steaming plates of gui chaii, a dumpling stuffed with sprouts, spinach, and other fresh vegetables.

After breakfast, drive to a Harbor on Chao Phraya River to embark on a boat and explore the traditional Thai klongs (canals). Then, visit Wat Arun which is known as Temple of Dawn one of the most well-known sites in Bangkok. It is best seen from the opposite side of the river. Next, drive to Pak Klong Talaat Flower market to see Thailand’s exotic flora with many species of orchids.

For lunch, you’ll enjoy some authentic Bangkok cuisine at a delightful local riverside restaurant, The Deck, which overlooks the busy Chao Phraya River.

In the afternoon, head to the Grand Palace which is the official of the King of Siam since 1782, made up of numerous buildings, halls, and pavilions set around open lawns, gardens and courtyards. It is located on the bank of The Chao Phraya River. Inside the Grand Palace complex is Wat Phra Kaeo or Temple of the Emerald Buddha the most beautiful and sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. The following visit is Wat Pho the temple of reclining Buddha.

You’ll end the day in luxury at one of the best restaurants in Bangkok, the Issaya Siamese Club. This contemporary lounge restaurant serves modern Thai cuisine. After dinner, you’ll be escorted back to your hotel by private vehicle.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

Accommodation: Hotel in Bangkok

Day 03:Bangkok – Cooking Class – Evening In Style

After breakfast you’ll learn how to cook Bangkok cuisine at the renowned Amita Thai Cooking Class, set in a charming riverside home. Your class will begin with a walking tour of the herb garden to learn about the essential aromatic herbs used in Thai cuisine. Then, your instructor will show you the culinary techniques commonly used in the Thai kitchen. You’ll earn hands-on experience as you cook your own dishes, and you’ll enjoy the fruits of your labor when you sit down to your freshly made lunch.
(Note: Amita Thai cooking class is closed on Wednesdays)

The afternoon will be free to spend at your leisure—perhaps you’d like to go souvenir shopping in one of Bangkok’s many bustling markets. Be sure to ask your local Backyard Travel guide for advice on fun things to do around your hotel.

This evening will be one of the highlights of your trip: you’ll dine at one of Bangkok’s most spectacular restaurants, Gaggan. Located in the heart of downtown Bangkok in a stunning, pure-white colonial house, Gaggan offers an unforgettable experience in progressive Indian cuisine. Chef Gaggan Anand evokes the flavors of Indian street food and the diversity of South Asian regional cuisine, reinterpreting traditional recipes through his imaginative use of science. Each plate is a modernist, beautiful, and delectable work of art.

(Note: Gaggan requires advance reservation. If the restaurant is fully booked, we’ll arrange an alternative restaurant.)

After this once-in-a-lifetime dinner, you’ll be driven to Maggie Choo’s for a night out in style. A vintage Chinese setting, live music, and cocktails (at own expense) will offer a unique end to a wonderful day.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
Accommodation: Hotel in Bangkok

Day 04:Bangkok – Departure

This morning enjoy your time at leisure until check-out. Our driver will then take you to Bangkok airport for your departure flight to the next destinations.
Bon Journey!

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: N/A.

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