A typical evening starts at around 18:00. There is no fixed itinerary, and so you will be able to discuss the options with your guide depending on what you are in the mood for.
We would certainly suggest spending some time in Yaowarat, which is Bangkok's Chinatown. Bursting with different colours and scents, with a background cacophony of tuktuks and street vendors, you will hardly know where to start. Thankfully, you will have your English-speaking guide on hand to ensure you make the most of the experience. Depending on how adventurous your palette is, they will take you to the best street food stalls where you are sure to find a delectable array of dishes to try.
We would also recommend a stroll through Ko Ratanakosin, the old royal district on the east bank of the Chao Phraya. Here you can see some of the city's most iconic sites, such as Wat Pho, lit up and casting shining reflections across the water. You can also visit Pak Khlong Talat, Bangkok's primary flower market, which is open 24 hours a day.
The quickest way to get around (and arguably the most fun) is by tuktuk, Skytrain and on foot. All transportation costs and dinner are included, as well as a number of drinks - although if you would prefer to go to one of the city's more upmarket rooftop bars, drinks here will not be included.