We would love to introduce our tour guides as professional storytellers! Why? Because storytelling plays a major role in Taste of Thailand Food Tours. In fact, Thailand is a country with rich historical and cultural heritage. Bangkok is one of the biggest metropolitan areas in Asia but it also has a lot of tourist attractions which are linked to its rich history.
– It all started as I had experience in the food service industry. I am also a passionate storyteller. I cannot resist sharing the stories of delicious Thai dishes around my beloved hometown of Bangkok!
– We work not only as ordinary tour guides, but also as storytellers. Apart from entertaining our customers with fun and walking, we also share the historical aspects of the Thai foods we eat, the places we visit and the city. For example, I love to talk about those ubiquitous Bangkok city wires, tons of these cords that hang free throughout the city. They are a great little topic to add to our tours!
-I just love this question! I like to taste different kinds of foods! You can call me a real food adventurer! It works as a door to experience life and challenge myself.
-I tried Stringray once. It was dried, sweetened and grilled over charcoal. It was dry, chewy and caramelized with spicy Thai sauces. It tasted good but I will not likely give it a second try!
-Be energetic, kind, knowledgeable, passionate and sensible.
-Often times it is from witnessing our tour participants’ satisfaction from trying dishes for their very first time, especially the young ones whom, if I daresay, we have shaped their idea of authentic Thai food.
I remembered one time, I had a tour with a family of four members, and the parents were just really into seeing their young ones tried bits and morsels of food as best as they could, be it spicy fish cake or Thai desserts!
-Exhilarating, memorable and tantalizing
-Visiting all the Disney parks/resorts (I am 50% there!), owning a bakery, and earning a scuba license to do night dives.