Bangkok Thai Bus Food Tour 


Thai food bus tour
Image adapted from @cheetoss_bus_gallery and MThai 

When in Bangkok, Old Town or the Ratanakosin area are locations you shouldn’t miss. Here you’ll find the Grand Palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and other various attractions and eateries by the beautiful Chao Phraya River. 

There are many interesting places to explore, but if you have limited time, it might not be easy to visit all these locations in just 1 day. You might think that it’s impossible, but with Bangkok’s new Thai Bus food Tour, you’ll be able to visit all these landmarks – and try delicious and authentic food that are recommended by the Michelin Guide!

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Double-decker bus with full facilities


Bus for Bangkok tour
Image credit: MThai

The Thai Bus Food Tour is experienced on a 2-storey bus equipped with lots of facilities for its guests, like comfy plush chairs, mobile charging, LCD TV screens, and free WiFi. The bus is designed specifically for the tour and come with large clear windows so that you can enjoy unobstructed views of the city. 

Bangkok bus tour
Super large windows suitable to enjoy Bangkok’s views
Image credit: @saharat_bubble

On the bus, you’ll be able to enjoy both sightseeing as well as traditional Thai cuisine. Moreover, there will be a tour guide dishing out interesting stories and information about each location you visit. 

The tour starts at the River City Building in Soi Charoenkrung 24 and goes around 10 must-visit spots including: 

  • Bangkok Railway Station aka Hua Lamphong
  • Temple of Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit)
  • The Chinese Gate at Yaowarat Toad
  • The Golden Mountain at Wat Saket
  • Loha Prasat at Wat Ratchanatdaram
  • The Democracy Monument
  • The Grand Palace
  • Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun)
  • Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho)
  • The Giant Swing

Perfect view on Thai food bus
Beautiful view of Bangkok’s Giant Swing
Image credit: @saharat_bubble

The tour lasts about 2 hours, so you can sit back and relax while enjoying the beautiful views along the way. 


Authentic Thai cuisine recommended by the Michelin Guide   


Michelin star food
Thipsamai’s Pad Thai recommended by Michelin Guide
Image credit: MThai 

The bus has 4 tours per day, and the dishes are different for each round: 

  • Wonder Lunch (฿1,690) from 12PM-2PM
    6-course Thai meal
  • Afternoon Tea (฿1,490) from 2.30PM-4PM
    Over 16 authentic Thai desserts
  • Dinner Thai Set (฿1,890) from 5PM-7PM
    6-course Thai meal together with coffee and tea
  • Bangkok Nightlife (฿1,790) from 7.30PM-9PM
    6-course Thai meal with desserts

Thai authentic desserts
Authentic Thai desserts
Image credit: @bert_twenty

The dishes offered will be changed depending on availability. For now, Michelin-recommended dishes such as Pad Thai from Thipsamai and hearty dishes like Kuay Jub are on offer.

As for desserts, an all-time-favourite has got to be Mango Sticky Rice. Plus, there are other traditional sweet treats you’ll get to try such as Chor Muang, a Thai flower-shaped dumpling filled with sweet pickled turnip. 

You can find the full menu list here.

So if you’re hungry for good food and awesome views of the city, sign up for a ride around the city with the Thai Bus Food Tour!

Thai Bus Food Tour at River City Bangkok
Address: River City Bangkok Building, No.23 Room 163, Soi Charoenkrung 24, Yotha Rd, Talad Noi, Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100
Opening Hours: 10AM-6PM, Daily
Nearest Train Station: 3-minute by car from Hua Lumphong MRT Station
Telephone: +66 64 801 1101
Website

Note: Reservations should be made at least 2 days in advance via phone


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