Explore Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Chiang Rai through food and market tours, cooking classes, and exclusive dining experiences. End with relaxation and fresh seafood on Thailand's beaches.

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 Moscow Khao Soi - Northern Style Curried Noodle Soup with Chicken. Credit: Tourism Authority of Thailand.  Small temple near to Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai, Thailand   Coral Island off the coast of Phuket.  Smiling Monks, at a temple in Bangkok, Thailand  Grinding chillis for Thai curry  Sunset over the river in Amphawa  Twin Palms resort property in Phuket  The art of reassembling market stalls on the railway track in Amphawa   Chillis and kaffir lime leaves are essential ingredients in Thai cuisine  Freshly cooked food at street stalls in Bangkok  Food stalls can be found on most streets in Bangkok   Freshly cooked food off the street stalls in Bangkok is delicious   Home-made Pad Thai at a cooking class in Chiang Mai  Rural floating markets are a great way of observing river life, Amphawa

Tailor-Made Foodie Tour of Thailand

Enjoy an overview of Thailand's highlights from a culinary perspective.

12 days from $4,700

Explore Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Chiang Rai through food and market tours, cooking classes, and exclusive dining experiences. End with relaxation and fresh seafood on Thailand's beaches.

Request a Tailor-Made Itinerary

or call 855-215-8690

Overview

Over the course of 12 days, experience some of Thailand’s culinary highlights. Explore Bangkok, Amphawa, Chiang Mai, and Phuket during food and market tours, cooking classes, and exclusive Michelin-starred dining experiences. On your journey, gain unique insights into Thai cuisine and a better understanding of the country’s history and people through the food, market culture, and amazing guides who accompany you along the way.

Highlights

  • Experience Bangkok's street food with your guide and its high-end cuisine with a chef's table dining experience.
  • Try your hand at preparing traditional Thai cuisine during a cooking class.
  • Visit local markets and shop as local people do.
  • Indulge in fresh seafood on Thailand's beaches.​

Suggested Itinerary

Day 1 — Bangkok

You will be met at the Bangkok International Airport by your private driver and transferred to your hotel.

The Siam Kempinski is a large, calming retreat located in the center of the city, and features one of Bangkok's recently recognized Michelin starred restaurants – the Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin.

Day 2 — Bangkok

Start your day with a privately guided tour of Bangkok to get your bearings. You’ll navigate multiple forms of public transportation – from the Skytrain winding its way through downtown skyscrapers and shopping centers to a long-tail boat, public boat taxi and the ubiquitous tuk-tuk – as your guide introduces you to Thai culture and explains the significance behind some of the city’s key attractions.

After stops at the Grand Palace and Wat Po, home to the reclining Buddha, you’ll finish up just in time for lunch, so be sure to request a local recommendation. We suggest reservations at Sra Bua this evening to celebrate the start of your culinary adventure. (B)

Day 3 — Bangkok

Today you'll dig into Bangkok's delicious street food with the guidance of a local foodie guide.

You’ll get an introduction to different cuisines, visit some of the most popular food stalls and be taught key phrases to order on your own as you continue your journey through Thailand. (B, L)

Day 4 — Bangkok

Spend the morning at will – lounging by the pool, or testing another recommendation in Bangkok’s new Michelin guide for lunch. In the evening, a guide will pick you up en route to a luxury hotel for an exclusive Chef's Table dining experience.

The multi-course tasting menu is prepared right in front of you by the hotel's chef, turning your meal into private culinary performance. (B, D)

Day 5 – Amphawa

Make the short journey to Amphawa to see the Tha Kha floating market in action and get a sense of local cuisine and commerce. After lunch at a local restaurant, you will enjoy an easy bike ride to the organic farms of Bang Phlap– a fantastic community-based tourism project to learn about the late King’s sustainable agriculture initiatives.

Stay at a riverside eco-retreat this evening away from the bustling city. (B,L)

Day 6 — Chiang Mai

Your guide will drive you to the airport today for the flight to Chiang Mai. Your driver will be waiting for you at the airport to transfer you to your hotel. In the evening your guide will take you to a local temple to witness the rituals of the monks.

You will then be able to enjoy a delicious Thai meal at a local boutique hotel before visiting the local night market. Sample a Thai dessert as a sweet ending to your evening. (B,D)

Day 7 — Chiang Mai

Spend today exploring Chiang Mai at your leisure. Be sure to try Khao soi noodles or Chiang Mai pork sausage, both local specialties. (B)

Day 8 — Chiang Mai

This morning you will be picked up in a classic vehicle and transferred to your cooking class outside the city. Your teacher, Yui, is a well-known chef within Thailand who will teach you traditional Thai dishes for you to prepare at home. (B, L)

Day 9 — Phuket

Today you will transfer back to the airport for your flight to Phuket, via Bangkok. You’ll be met by your private driver and taken to a beach hotel boasting a wide variety of dining options.

Spend the afternoon relaxing by the beach. (B)

Days 10 — Phuket

Meet your guide for a tour of Phuket's street food today. The cuisine is distinct from Bangkok's as it's been influenced by Chinese, Malay, and Singaporean merchants, bringing spice and curries, which blend beautifully with local seafood and coconut. (B, L)

Day 11 — Phuket

Enjoy your day relaxing or set out on a long boat in exploration of the nearby islands. (B)

Day 12 — Depart on your flights home

Return to Bangkok for your international flight home.

Included meals are denoted as follows: Breakfast (B), Lunch (L), Reception (R), Dinner (D)