For fans of such activities, you should like it. Not cheap, but cheaper than it would be in Moscow, for example. During the session, there are about 3 people + 1 instructor on the track, who shows what needs to be done to improve his technique. There is a small pool nearby where you can start swimming, for example, a child who does not ride. In general, everything is positive.
Easy to redemption and location is quite easy to take cab there.
Fast track and nice experience even though is indoor activity but is slightly still sweat... Now got promo every 4 race onwarss there is free t shirt of their..
Every race end, u will receive a instant time sheet of your own record.. Which ia very detail.. Nice experience to go
fantastic way of getting around and seeing the real bangkok, we did the culture red tour, got to see all the sights - flower market was a real highlight and got to spend time wandering around.
Tour guide was great, gave us lots of little authentic Thai street food snacks along the way. You don’t have to worry about bringing water either, water bottles are provided and there’s a little stand to hold it on your bike.
Only thing is riding around bangkok can be a little tricky navigating tiny sharp turns in small alleys or crossing roads full of tuk tuks/cars/bikes so wouldn’t advise this tour for someone who is new or unfamiliar to riding a bike.
What a great tour! Those are some streets and alleys no tourist would ever walk, but it gives you a real insight into how Thai people live in the shadows of shopping malls and skyscrapers.
We had a small group (lucky us!) and our guide, Chin, was amazing. He was very accomodating and forthcoming, but also energetic and enthusiastic. He is also probably the tallest Thai person you will ever meet!
tl;dr No regrets, would do it again, but would pick a longer tour.
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! :)
Booked a 4 races packages through Klook in advanced for 3 before arriving in Bangkok. Arrived at the ve he at 2pm (opened at 1pm) and it wasn't too crowded, therefore got to race on the track with a total of 5 karts for the 1st 2 races with good timing. As more recers joined in the later race, it was more difficult to get a better timing due to the difficulty to overtake, especially with some inexperienced drivers blocking the way. Overall, it was a challenging track with many turns. Advice to go early as more people starts to come around later part of the afternoon.
Cheaper to get the ticket from Klook and you get the free t-shirt for the 4 races package although not stated in Klook booking (stated in EasyKart website).