Hop a ride on a tuk-tuk, a time-honored method of transportation, through Bangkok’s sometimes-chaotic traffic Walk through one of the most famousold city food streetsand sample local dishes Listen to Thai music with traditional instruments at a contemporary bar Taste a local cocktailmade with Thai herbal liquor New York Times Exclusives: Behind the Scenes Access:Stop by Mae Prapa shop, one of the oldest and most famous makers of“Kanom Beung”(Thai crispy pancakes) for a private tastingand tolearn the history of this shop. Hands-on Element:Visit Wat Mahathat Yuwaratrangsarit templefor an exclusive chance to learn about and practice meditation techniques from an expert Buddhist monk. Local Interactions:Meetalocal street foodvendorandtry to share your impressions of the food— don't worry, your tour guide will teach you some useful Thai words! Local Impact: How you will help the local community by joining this tour: By joining this tour you’re helping to support a 50-year-old local business who continues to make Kanom Beung (Thai crispy pancakes) using their original traditional recipe without adding preservatives or other modern ingredients as most other vendors of this ancient snack have. Joining this tour helps preserve and pass on Thai Buddhist cultural heritage through meeting an expert Buddhist monk to learn the art of mindfulness and it’s benefits. We hire and pay tuk-tuk drivers who own their own vehicles directly for this tour. Working with Urban Adventures means they have a guaranteed, reliable income for each tour rather than waiting to pick up locals or other tourists on the street.
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