5 Must-Try Mobile Night Tours In Bangkok, Thailand - Updated 2021

5 Must-Try Mobile Night Tours In Bangkok, Thailand - Updated 2021

Bangkok is best-known for shopping, nightlife, and its heavily trafficked roads. However, Bangkok’s lesser-known side can only be discovered by mobile tours on bicycles, via tuk-tuk, or on cruise, which many visitors have yet to try.

Exploring Bangkok needs not be on foot. Mobile tours bring you to more places in one go; they are usually two to four hours long and cover main attractions or lesser-known lanes with experienced local guides. You have at least five different choices of mobile tours to take you freely along ever-congested roads on a sunset tour.

At night, Bangkok’s roads are most friendly to those who want to explore Bangkok by bike or by tuk-tuk. You can also visit more places and eat more varieties of food than just walking around. Cruising on the river allows you to view the city from afar.

If you aim for food, sightseeing, or just for private tour, from the easiest to the most luxurious, your experience in Bangkok is never static.

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1. Bangkok Sunset Cycling Tour (from USD 55.0)

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This 4-hour sunset cycling tour takes you through Bangkok’s back streets, from Chinatown to the Golden Mount to riverside park, watch the sunset behind the Temple of Dawn, then ride past the Buddhist temples to Bangkok’s largest amulet market. Since this tour covers the city’s most iconic sights, you may save the day for other attractions. Cycling on roads at night is cooling and special; you will discover the new face of Bangkok at night.

Bangkok Sunset Cycling Tour

Duration: 4 hours

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2. Bangkok Food Adventures by Bike (from 53.83 USD / 1,861.98 THB)

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Other than sightseeing, take a bike and stop by various markets at night to sample food. For the health conscious, having late night supper while getting exercise on a bike is not a bad idea!

This food adventure by bike brings you to the Little India district, Chinatown, and the Second Chinatown, so you can sample snacks from the street stalls, hotels, and food carts along the way. You will ride through Sampeng Lane, a market by day but a Malay and Chinese food market at night, and onto a night ferry across the Chao Phraya River. Khlong San Mrket, Tah Din Deang night market, ‘Second Chinatown,’ Memorial Bridge, and the Giant Swing are the places you will pass by.

Bangkok Food Adventures by Bike

Price: from 53.83 USD / 1,861.98 THB

Duration: 4 hours (approx.)

3. Small-Group Bangkok Food Tour by Night including a Tuk-Tuk Ride (from 63.54 USD / 2,197.85 THB)

Tuk-Tuk Ride

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If you don’t fancy cycling, or you want to make some friends, then go with other travellers on a traditional tuk-tuk.

This small-group adventure allows you to mingle with other travellers while you venture on a guided food tour. You will certainly not miss anything significantly Thai. It is perfect for non-Thai speaking visitors, solo travellers, or couples. This way, you can enjoy eating Thai food without thinking too hard about where to go at night.

This tour starts with a stroll along Phetchburi Soi 10 for skewered sausages and Thai-styled grilled meat, then moves onto the tuk-tuk to Saphan Khao Market for fried fish balls, and off to Phra Athit Road for Thai-Indian Roti (bread).

Check out the illuminated Wat Pho after dark, and stop at Eagle’s Nest at Sala Arun Hotel for a cocktail while enjoying the view of the Chao Phraya River decorated with buildings along the bank. The tour ends at the Pak Klong Talat, Thailand’s largest flower market, which operates overnight and end on a sweet note with mango sticky rice.

Small-Group Bangkok Food Tour by Night including Tuk-Tuk Ride

Price: from 63.54 USD / 2,197.85 THB

Opening Hours: 9 am to 6 pm. Closed on public holidays.

Duration: 4 hours (approx.)

4. Evening Bangkok Food and Tuk Tuk Adventure (from USD 83.0)

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If you would like a pure Thai food experience, this tour is for you. Eat local and ride a local tuk-tuk for four people, with an experienced guide to take you to the best local vendors for Thai delicacies such as pork satay, sesame dumplings, and ginger soup (Bua Loy Nam Ging). You may try out the spicy chili dips as the guide explains each dish. The tour ends at China Town for even more food. Do check with your helpful guide for further explorations if the night is still young for you after the 4-hour tour!

Evening Bangkok Food and Tuk Tuk Adventure

Duration: 4 hours

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5. Dinner Cruise by Grand Pearl in Bangkok (from USD 57.0)

Evening Dinner Cruise aboard the Grand Pearl

Duration: 2 hours

Charming Bangkok night

Bangkok’s night is made charming when you can go freely on the road, along the back lanes, and on the river. Whether you are riding a bike, traveling by tuk-tuk, or on a cruise, Bangkok welcomes visitors to explore their foods, and their night glamour (lit iconic places). There are so many stories to tell when you engage with an experienced local guide, be it about food or places, you will find rich history connected with Thailand’s culture and people. Mobile night tours are a unique experience for every visitor. Charge your camera or phone for night shots or videos, as these are experiences that will be worth recording.

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