Vegan App ‘Taste of Thailand’ Food Tours Launch in Bangkok

Taste of Thailand Food Tours, a food tour company which operates across Thailand, has launched a brand new vegan app-based food tour of Sukhumvit Road, which has been named “the Best of Vegan Bangkok.

“[We] will take you on a journey along Sukhumvit Road, tasting delicious vegan treats and enjoying interesting sights along the way!” Taste of Thailand notes on its website. “We’ve done all the work to give you insider access, at your fingertips, to the best vegan bites in the city.” 

The tour begins at Thongor BLS Station and ends at Asok Neighbourhood, stopping at Brocolli Revolution, Sustaina, Veganarie, May Veggie Home, Hunter Poke, and About Eatery along the way. Recommended dishes from each establishment include Baya Kwaw (split pea soup), Sesame Tofu Miso Soup, Vegan Vanilla Ice Cream, Spring Rolls & Seitan Vegan Shrimp, Vegan Poke Bowl, and Vegan Chocolate Delight.

The new package has launched in partnership with Bitemojo, a company which specializes in virtual app-based food tours. “We are excited to enter the Bangkok food scene with such a leading partner, such as Taste of Thailand Food Tours,” said Bitemojo’s co-founder, Michael Weiss to Nation Multimedia“Following our inaugural launch in Asia via Singapore earlier this year, we are elated to bring Bitemojo to the culinary hub of Bangkok where some of the globe’s best food can be found.” 

Taste of Thailand is not the first company to launch a new tour package aimed at those who live a vegan lifestyle or wish to try more vegan food. In early June, it was reported that Australian travel giant Intrepid Travel had launched three new vegan adventure food tour packages – in Thailand, Italy, and in India.

“Food travel is here to stay, it’s our responsibility as a leading travel company to provide a range of offerings that can suit all tastes and lifestyles,” said Food Tour Brand and Product Manager for Intrepid Travel Neil Coletta, to Travel Pulse. “As a responsible travel company that values purpose initiatives and sustainability in all aspects, we feel it’s important to encourage and celebrate vegan cultures and practices around the world as one way responsible travelers can help save our planet.”

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