Picture Highlights of “Taste of Thailand Food Tour” in Bangkok

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On Thursday I joined a food tour of  Bangkok with “Taste of Thailand”. The tour, which took us around Bang Rak, lasted about four hours and gave us the opportunity to taste a variety of food in that district. It was a good mixture of street food and high-end restaurant meals. You certainly have to go on these food tours hungry. For more information, please visit their website. The following are some of the pictures that I tweeted live during the tour. I can highly recommend a tour like this if you want to know more about Thai food.

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2 thoughts on “Picture Highlights of “Taste of Thailand Food Tour” in Bangkok

  • January 2, 2017 at 11:18 pm
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    More than two years have passed since you posted such interesting information about your walking tours in Bangkok; would you still suggest joining a tour with @TasteofThaiTour as a good choice? In particular, do you have any specific experience/information about “The Great Ayutthaya Adventure” (http://www.tasteofthailandfoodtours.org/) that they advertise?

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