Bangkok: Bike Historic Neighborhoods Morning Ride

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Discover a 4-hour Bangkok bicycle tour along serene back roads, ancient temples, and canals. Escape the city's hustle, exploring its tranquil side and avoiding traffic. Experience authentic Bangkok.


  • Discover the ancient temples and canals in Bangkok
  • Experience a very different side of the city away from the big roads
  • Explore Bangkok's historic and backstreets on an incredible day ride
  • Enjoy main attraction of Giant Swing, Bangkok Noiand Bangkok backstreets
  • Enjoy complimentary snacks, Drinks and water along the way


Meet at the Discova Day Tour Shop Bangkok near MRT Sam Yot Station at 8:30 am. The tour will depart at 9 am sharp. After a quick bike fitting and briefing, we head out. Cycling through the heart of the backpacker area, Khaosan Road, you will soon be biking off the roads this bike tour winds through small laneways, past ancient temples and canals to see the heart and soul of Bangkok. There are no particularly famous sights that you will see on this bike tour. It is all about exploring the city by bike away from the tourists and big roads, to see the real Bangkok where people live, work and play. We cycle along the Chao Phraya River and then pedal cross the river on the Rama 8 Bridge. From here we visit ancient temples and urban street life. Bangkok Noi is the name given to a large canal of the Chao Phraya River. Bike along the canal through tiny alleyways home to a Muslim community. After cycling over a bridge you bike the canal back the other way, this time passing Buddhist temples and one of Bangkok’s first train depots. If open you are in luck to visit a bronze bowl foundry and the old steam engines at the Thonburi train depot - such is the diversity of the city when you get in close. After a local ferry to cross back over the river, our bike tour passes the Grand Palace where we take a walk through a public park that was once exclusively used by the royal family. After cycling more twisting alleyways, pedaling through a food market, you bike past rows of Buddhas and other sacred images. The area around the Giant Swing isis where Buddha images are made and sold. The Giant Swing is one of the landmarks of the city and was once used for an important Hindu ceremony. From the Swing it is only a short bike ride back to the Bike Shop. The bike tour finishes with 15 kilometers around 1 pm.


Imported quality mountain bike English Speaking Tour guide Helmet Drinks and Water Snacks

Important Information

  • Please kindly provide the full name of each participant for insurance purposes.
  • Please kindly mention Height in each person in order for us to arrange the right-side bike for you
  • Please advise of any dietary requirements at time of booking

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