Explore every corner of Bangkok by seeing its signature attractions and biking through narrow streets and hidden pathways. Choose between a 3 hour, half day and full day tour and see Thailand's capital at your own pace.
Bangkok City Culture will give you an express tour of the city with a ride through a local fresh market, temples, small communities and high-end shopping streets.
Colors of Bangkok is a half-day tour that will let you explore the city from the engaged slums to the greenest areas on the other side of the Chao Phraya River and a visit to a Muay Thai school. Last but not least, if you have a whole day to spare, make sure you catch Bangkok Paradise Tour – a full day exploration adventure of Bangkok suburbs with visits to a flower market, Golden Temple, incense factory and more.
Enjoy a relaxing bike ride through the suburbs of Ayutthaya exploring the old capital's ruins and historical parks. Hop on a bike and start the tour by riding through quiet villages and rice fields. At noon, you will relax over a light Thai lunch and go on to visit Ayutthaya's signature Buddhist temples: Wat Mahathat and Wat Pra Sri Sanphet. Ride though the local market where you will get to discover Thailand's cuisine in all its richness and sample fried and baked local delicacies. The tour of the temples then continues with a stop over at Luang Phor Lokayasuttha, home to the biggest reclining Buddha in Ayutthaya. Your trip will conclude with the crossing of the Chao Phraya River before you make your way to your next destination, to Bangkok or stay on in Ayutthaya.
Go off the beaten track and visit places you never knew existed in and around Bangkok. Cycle through the backstreets of Chinatown, passing by vibrant markets and local Buddhist temples. Leave the city skyline behind and cross the river to Bangkok's old historic capital, Chonburi. Enjoy biking through peaceful, rural Bangkok where people live in wooden-framed homes on stilts. Choose the 5 hour tour and be transported further into rural Bangkok on a traditional long-tail boat. Marvel at the beautiful landscape as you cycle through picturesque banana plantations and lush green fields. For more hardy adventures, opt for the full day tour where you’ll venture into the outskirts of Bangkok by way of the classic railway and return on the modern sky train. Led by friendly Co Van Kessel tour guides, these bicycle tours are some of the best-reviewed in Bangkok and will show you contrasting sides of Bangkok from modern, urban lifestyles to rural traditions so get into the saddle for the best way to discover this unique city!
This tour takes you on a discovery adventure around Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya – the Sacred City of Ayutthaya, founded in 1350 and proudly holding the title of the Siamese royal capital until 1767. The first stop of the biking tour invites you to Pom Phet, also known as 'Diamond Fortress'. You will then explore local neighbourhoods on the way to 'Roti Road', where you will get to taste signature Thai delicacies recommended by your experienced guide. Cycle though the calm Somdet Phra Srinakarinda Park to the next stop at Chedi Phra Si Suriyothai memorial where you will have time to take loads of memorable photos before heading out to visit a Muslim community, Ayutthaya Historical Park and two of Thailand's well-known temples: Wat Phra Sri Sanphet and Wat Mahathat. The Ayutthaya biking adventure concludes with a shopping spree at a local market and a ferry across Palak River before making your own way to your next destination.
Experience Bangkok like never before on this biking temple tour. Join fellow riders on your local exploration and see the best of the city on this insightful adventure around town. Pedal through Bangkok's innermost parts along the Chao Phraya Riverside where most of the community is gathered around. Be struck in awe with the blinding white edifice of the Wat Prayoonwongsawat, also known as the White Chedi Temple. Beneath the preeminent structure rests the ashes of the ancient Thai royalty. Recharge your energies and ease into the tropical high noon with some snacks as you stroll past a nice café by the riverside. You can also use this time to walk around the area towards the Grand Palace. Don't forget to indulge in their local street food along the way! Take home a piece of Bangkok with you as you roam the Flower Market and China Town before calling it a day. This is the perfect opportunity to gain life insights as you get to know Bangkok's different local communities and appreciate their humble outlook that will resonate with you forever.
Discover Bangkok's Thonburi area on a gentle 4 hour bike ride and get to know the city's cultural and culinary traditions. Walk with your bike through Klongsan market and cycle to a Chinese pagoda on then banks of the Chao Praya River. Ride through a quiet neighbourhood and stop at the local street food market where your private guide will explain the history of local dishes. Continue along the river until you see one of the most magnificent symbolic temples of Bangkok – Temple of Dawn. After the insightful visit, slow down at a local Thai restaurant for the main meal of the trip. The final parting of the adventure takes you to the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and the flower market. Marvel at fresh florals from all around Thailand before heading back.
fantastic tour, the best we had in Bangkok. We saw the part of the city we would have never been able to discover by ourselves. roamed around in tiny lanes, crossed small canals and were able to look into the way of living of the locals. we had plenty of snacks and food to try too.
Steve ( our guide ) was fantastic.
Great tour, through alleys, to experience local/rural life. Also nice to see Bangkok from the river. Great, authentic and funny guide, very good English, accompanied by 2 other guides to keep the group together and, if needed, stop traffic for us, to cross the busy streets as a group...very well organized. I did this tour 7 years ago for the 1st time and enjoyed it as much the 2nd time. The route was different, different restaurant for lunch.
We visit Bangkok every year but decided to try something different this trip & went on this Bike tour led by Steve. It was an interesting tour. Snacks, fruits & drinks provided along the way which include homemade local lunch. Truly an experience that we have never had. Highly recommended for those whose keen to see the other side of Bangkok where the local people live & work. We rode past many narrow lanes, streets, canals to see the local dwellings of the Thai people... And schools too! It's fun to see the kids/students having their dance & singing activities in schools. A different sight of the more laid back, happy & vibrant part of Bangkok as compared to the touristy & commercial sides in the city. There were a few times we need to ride on main traffic roads to cross to the other side. A little apprehensive for someone like me who don't really cycle on main roads often... But all was good as Steve will lead us & make sure the roads are cleared for us to cross... The drivers do stop for us when they see a group of cyclists on bike tour... The visits to temple, floating market & barkery factory also some highlights of the trip. The locals are friendly & nice. We lost our direction when finding the meeting point & seeked help from a lady. She not only helped us made calls & even gave us a ride there knowing we might have problems finding the location!! So grateful to her! Steve, the tour guide is also very fun loving, cheerful, knowledgeable & caring which made the whole trip enjoyable. Could be due to time constraints, but would be great if we can slowed down a bit & have Steve to explain a bit more of the neighbourhood to us. Anyway, a great experience despite bodyache the next day. 😅
I’ve been to Bangkok a few times and this was my favorite activity among everything. If you’re the kind of traveler that wants to explore off-the-beaten-paths and see the locals, this is your best bet. Our guide Chin was a nice and funny guy. He checked everyone at all times and made sure everyone’s safe. He shared interesting facts and took us to sois only locals go to. Thais living on these sois are friendly enough to say hello while we’re passing by their homes. We also passed by an elementary school and the kids enjoyed waving to the group. Went across the bridge to Old Bangkok and fed the turtles while we rest. Also dropped by at Lhong 1919 for a short break then we rode the ferry (with the bike) back to the other side. It was a beautiful memory to me of Bangkok and would love to do it again on a different trail when I get back. Just make sure that you are fit for this activity if you decide to join. Wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to bike along the sidewalks (with people walking) and narrow alleys as well as uphill. By the way, water is provided! :)
We took this tour with Steve yesterday and it was honestly one of the best tours we’ve ever taken. This tour is very off the beaten path and you get to see a whole side of Bangkok that many tourists definitely don’t get to see. Steve was very accommodating—especially since we had such a large group size and some friends that occasionally fell behind.
He gave us a good amount of information on the religion, the culture, and the influences that make up Bangkok today. He kept at a steady pace and made sure everyone was safe. Just keep in mind, you ride through some pretty narrow canals and there are a few times you will need to carry your bike up bridges/steps so come with energy! They feed you very well throughout the activity so you can be energized, but he will help carry your bike over steps if you need it.
Overall, this is the best tour of Bangkok and I would recommend it to anyone that visits the city!
A wonderful experience! An easy riding session full of coyrmet and surprises! Steve the guide gave good briefing, warm hospitality and full description to all places we went and Food we tasted. A great way to experience the old town of Bangkok, highly recommended!
Just be aware this only suits those who is comfortable to ride the bike on busy road and little tiny alley.