A khantoke is a traditional Thai Lanna lunch or dinner offered to guests to celebrate any number of occasions. They can be smaller gatherings enjoyed at home, or they can be more grand affairs celebrating annual festivals like Loy Krathong and Songkran (Thai New Year).
This street food tour takes you through the back alleys of Bangkok’s Chinatown. You’ll be guided by Chef Nutth Sammerwong who owns a restaurant in Hua Hin District. Imagine that, a bona fide Thai chef and restaurateur taking you on a 4-hour guided street food tour of Bangkok’s Chinatown. Seriously, does it get any better than that?
Erawan Museum is one of the more interesting and unique museums in Bangkok. It houses a small collection of antiquities and religious artifacts, not to mention one giant bronze statue of a three-headed elephant.