HISTORICAL TEMPLE + STREET FOOD PARTY & MUSIC
A Temple that befitted the then King
The history of Wat Nang Chi dates back to mid Ayutthaya period (1351 to 1767) when a nobleman pledged to build a village Buddhist altar to save his daughter's life. Situated in the Thonburi district of old Siam; Thonburi Kingdom, it was abandoned and later rebuilt in the 1700s during the King Rama III of the Rattanakosin period (1782–1932) when China was a major influence. Uncover its origins and uniqueness and walk the grounds used in James Bond 1974 movie. Receive the head monk's blessings in a specially arranged session. Hear the village’s folklores and legends. View the special stone pillars bestowed by the late King. The only temple in Bangkok to host the annual Chak Phra festival and the body of a nun enshrined in a glass coffin…....
Influence of Khmer Empire
Enshrined body of a nun
Historical wat nestled in the village
Lush temple grounds
Khmer infuenced design
Street Food Party & Music
Ever wonder why Thailand's street food is so popular for locals and tourists alike? Will it be banned again? Is it healthy? Can the local communities do without it? Ever heard their stories and challenges? Will next generations follow their parents' footsteps to continue this tradition?
BANGKOK THE WORLD'S STREET FOOD CAPITAL
Get these questions answered and enjoy an evening out in the cool, peaceful and serene outskirt of the city. In the first hour, we'll visit the food trucks and stalls that have supported local communities through rain or shine. Uncover their specialties and chat with these vendors to hear their backgrounds, stories and how they survived despite modernisation.
We then arrange for you to dine in a tree-house bar all these favorites, at least 10 different popular items, in a cool country bar atmosphere with live music and drinks of your choice. Its like a buffet dining style of Bangkok's street food in a nice comfortable setting.
Some of these food trucks have gained social media fame simply because they are so good. After dinner, you can unwind further with the local live music and drinks in the tree house bar. Another unique way to soak in the culture and heritage of Thailand over great food and nice ambience.
The tree-house bar
This unique experience is just 20 minutes train ride from Siam Square BTS Station.
Savor Popular Street Food - One Price One Stop!
Enjoy different popular street food, buffet style, for the price of one!
Red Curry Chicken
Basil Miced Pork & Jasmine Rice
Crispy Fried Mussels
Prawns Phad Thai
Deep Fried Chicken
Deep Fried Fish Cake
Fish Balls in Spicy Sweet Sauce
Egg Omelette with filling
Note: items may differ depending on availability
Royal Temple + Street Food Party & Music
Savor at least 10 different popular street food buffet style
Tour of Historical Royal Class Temple
Walk-about street food tour.
Chat with a street food vendor. Get insights of their livelihood.
Eat all you can, selected best items. Free flow of drinking water.
Fresh local fruits (seasonal) on the house
20% off a-la-carte menu for more local style cuisines (Thai and western items).
Stay on to enjoy Live Music (English & Thai) until close as you wish.
20% off juice and beer from 8.00pm
Mondays through Thursdays
Friday & Saturday
Free change of dates. Non cancellable.
Subject to 7% VAT
Child (below 12)
A thriving or dying trade in Bangkok?
Only 20 minutes train ride from Siam Square BTS Station.
Instructions to get there
Detailed instructions in your booking confirmation.