Your 2-hour bike tour of Bangkok follows an easy route that is suitable for all ages, with plenty of stops for refreshments. With a maximum of six people, this small-group experience ensures a relaxed pace, with time to ask your guide questions about the sights you see.
Start with a journey through a Muslim community, passing by the Old Customs House on the river. From here, weave through a maze of streets with stops at the Holy Rosary Church and Thailand’s first bank then continue cycling through alleys that make up Bangkok’s vibrant and bustling Chinatown. Following your guide, you’ll discover the diverse cultures that comprise this lively part of the city.
Ferry across the Chao Phraya River to the east side of Bangkok and pedal around historical Thonburi. Make stops at Wat Thong Thammachat and the 8-story pagoda of Chee Chin Khor Temple. See the remains of a fort that once protected Bangkok from pirates and learn about these classic examples of Thai heritage and culture.
Afterward, it's a short trip back to the starting point to unwind and enjoy soft drinks or water with newfound friends.