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Bangkok Sightseeing – Tour of Chinatown and the Night Markets

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Bangkok Sightseeing – Tour of Chinatown and the Night Markets
Bangkok Sightseeing – Tour of Chinatown and the Night Markets
Bangkok Sightseeing – Tour of Chinatown and the Night Markets
Bangkok Sightseeing – Tour of Chinatown and the Night Markets


  • The illumined flowers of Pakklang Talad are a sight to behold
  • The Saphan Put Night Market is full of great deals
  • Chinatown is off the traditional tourist map


Take an enchanting night tour through Bangkok’s Chinatown district, one of the most historically rich and culturally vibrant parts of the city.

Avid shoppers will be overwhelmed by options, as this tour takes you through a leather and plastic quarter, a flower and vegetable wholesaler, and the expansive Saphan Put Night Market.

Peruse an extensive array of clothes, shoes, accessories and antiques, where you’ll surely find something to remember your trip by.

Sip coffee at a café that’s served customers in need of a boost for over a century, and enjoy a dinner of sumptuous grilled seafood from an authentic street stall.


There is no hotel pick-up for this Tour of Chinatown and night markets . Please make your way to the designated meeting point. This is a small group with a maximum of 12 passengers per tour.

Step back in time with a visit to the old markets in Yaowarat, in the heart of Bangkok’s vibrant Chinatown district. The founders of the district were Chinese traders who came to Bangkok village when it was the capital of Siam, making the community virtually as old as the city itself.

The land where the Grand Palace now stands once belonged to the traders, but when King Rama I moved the capital from Ayuthaya to Bangkok some 200 years ago, the community was asked to resettle in its current location.

Transfer to the Ratchawong Pier on the Chao Praya River. Walk along the pier to Song Wat Road, which is bordered by old business buildings and warehouses, most of which are still operating today. Emerge in the plastic and leather quarter on Yaowa Phanit Road, where you can shop for all kinds of low-price keepsakes.

Your next stop is a 100-year old coffee shop on Pha Sai Road, where you can enjoy a coffee and a snack while you soak up the electric atmosphere of the surroundings.

Rejuvenated, continue to Issarnuparb Road and visit a market that specializes in Chinese religious products alongside fresh food from land and sea. In the evenings, Yaowaraj Road becomes a sea of street stalls, effectively forming one expansive food bazaar. The culinary options range from street stalls to the finest Chinese restaurants. Take a seat with your guide and try some charcoal-grilled seafood from a street stall.

After dinner, continue on foot to the Saphan Put Night Market, where you’ll find a vast array of clothes, shoes, bags, accessories, second hand collections and antiques on sale. You can also sit for a street artist, and in no time at all you’ll have a portrait of yourself to take home as a souvenir.

The final stop of the night is at Pakklong Talad ("talad" meaning market in Thai), the largest wholesale flower and vegetable market in Bangkok. The flowers of Pakklong Talad acquire a special beauty under night’s golden lamps.

You are free to continue exploring the area at tour’s end or your guide will assist you in getting a taxi back to your hotel (payable direct).

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  • Best your yet!!!

    This without a doubt is one of the best trips I have ever done. I have been to Bangkok 7 times and thought I knew the city but our guide Ppam took us to backstreet places that we...

    J Camara
  • fantastic detailed tour

    Our tour guide was young but very experinced about the areas we visited and the tour in general. I asked several questions and was answered very clearly. the guide spoke good...

    mr c sherwin
  • Night markets & Chinatown

    Our guide joe was a fantastic happy friendly and informative tour guide,the tour was a lot of walking but worthwhile. We saw so much of the local community in their day to day...

    Andrew J Pitt
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Activity Schedule

When does it run?



Approx. 6 hours

Start time

Start time: 1500h (3:00pm)
Duration: Approx. 6 hours

Meeting point

Lobby of Nouvo City Hotel, 2 Samsen Rd, Soi 2, Pranakorn, Bangkok.
Please report at the meeting point 10 minutes before the start time. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.

Ending point

The tour ends at the starting point

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  • Transportation in an air-conditioned coach
  • English-speaking guide
  • Dinner
  • Coffee and snack


  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Other food and drinks


Don’t forget your camera. Wear comfortable walking shoes

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Please note

If you have your voucher, your booking is confirmed. We'll see you at the start point.

Get in touch if you have any concerns or require more information via the email address or phone number (business hours only) on your voucher.

Please ensure your knees and shoulders are covered as this walking tour may visit religious sites.

Voucher information: No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or tablet you can present your voucher on your device for this activity.

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Additional info

  • The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have
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