Experiencing street food in Thailand is much more than just eating a meal, simply because you’re hungry. Indulging in the different types of food is really a great way to experience the culture and appreciate the way some Thais chose to dedicate their life.
We started to appreciate this more and more after seeing a lady at the very early hours of the morning, giving a “bath” to her kid by her stall while preparing him to go to school. And this was at the very heart of the capital city, Bangkok!
The Most Economical Way To Go On A Tuk Tuk Tour in Thailand – What To Bring To The Bargaining Table?!
On average, a short tuk tuk ride in Thailand can cost anywhere around 200Baht (€5.50). Most of the times, the price is double that of a metered taxi. In spite of this, it’s one of the most fun and hectic ways to venture around the city.