Sharing Southeast Asian stories at your doorstep
Tuk Tuk Box is a specialty food retailer offering curated Southeast Asian subscription boxes and products. Our mission is to share Southeast Asian culture and experiences through food. We want to bring visibility to Southeast Asian communities by bringing ancestral stories from our kitchen to yours.
How it Works
Step 1: Choose a Box
We have a variety of options, from the original Southeast Snack Box (available in 3 funky levels) to Southeast Noods, and special edition boxes.
Step 2: Buy Once or Subscribe
All of our boxes can be purchased “one-time”, no commitment required. For our Southeast Snack Box, you have the option to sign up for a monthly subscription where you’ll save 20% and receive exclusive goodies every month. We also offer 3/6/12 month prepaid subscriptions.
Step 3: Wait, Unbox, and Enjoy!
If you love it, please spread the word to your family and friends. Make sure to tag us on Instagram @tuktukbox. We love to see your unboxing experiences!
Let's get Funky!
WOC Owned + Operated
Tuk Tuk Box is founded & owned by two Southeast Asian women who are daughters of immigrants and refugees, who strive to authentically represent and advocate for our communities.
We firmly believe we each have unique experiences that deserve to be heard, and that sharing these stories will help us understand one another - within our communities and among society at large. We’re proud to include refugee, migrant, and generational stories in every box.
Southeast Asians are often left invisible in mainstream spaces. We prioritize partnering with and amplifying Southeast Asian small businesses, local farmers, chefs, and artists for the collective growth of our communities and ecosystem. We are dedicated to including a small business product in every box.
We use food as a catalyst and conversation starter, with the intention of addressing topics such as race and colorism so that we can uplift and advocate for our communities AND fellow BIPOC communities.
Tuk Tuk Box gives back 10% to the community through our charity partner Courageous Kitchen, a 501c3 food education non-profit, and other BIPOC community organizations.