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Filling and Fun: Enjoy a Food Tour of Bangkok

February 14, 2012 by Khiri Travel |

Khiri Travel recommends that on your next trip to Bangkok you enjoy a Bangkok Food Tour. As Thailand sits on a culinary crossroads between China and India, the variety of dishes, textures, tastes is mind boggling. Khiri Travel will help you eat, explore and enjoy it to the max. The diet can start tomorrow.

On the menu we have the Historic Bangrak Food Tour, the Chinatown Night Foodie Walk, the Bangkok Bites & Bike Tour, the Floating Markets Food Tour, and your own a la carte Private Group Food Tour.

These roaming gourmet experiences typically last between three hours or a full day. You walk, with a guide, through Bangkok’s yummiest districts. The guides reveal stories and anecdotes behind each dish or restaurant. Sometimes they use audio guides as well.

All the tours include a variety of tastings – from Thai and speciality outlets to food stalls and even upmarket historic fine dining restaurants in a heritage setting.

Bangkok Food Tours gets rave reviews on TripAdvisor, one reviewer writing on January 24, “well devised, well guided and well organized, this tour deserves to be a must do when you are next in Bangkok”.

Khiri Travel recommends a Bangkok Food Tour as fun and informal additional thing to do in Bangkok. The tours are suitable for all ages (but not very young kids). All you need are a soft pair of shoes and a big appetite. Make your booking through Khiri Travel.

Photo by Charles Haynes

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