Meet your guide at a prearranged location in Bangkok and travel by taxi or minivan to the launching point of your bike tour near Khao San Road. Once you’re fitted with a bike and helmet, set out on a gentle 12.5-mile ride through the Bangkok Noi district.
Learn about this community dating back to the Ayutthaya period, and cross the Chao Phraya River to Thonburi to explore the waterways, small roads and back streets in this unique part of Bangkok.
Cycle across the picturesque Rama VIII Bridge then ride past the Royal Barges National Museum and pedal alongside the Khlong Bangkok Noi, a canal that eventually leads you to the magnificent Wat Arun, also known as Temple of Dawn. From this iconic landmark, follow your guide back across the river via the Memorial Bridge, constructed in 1929 to mark the city’s 150th anniversary.
You'll visit Wat Suthat before your final stop at the Giant Swing (Sao Ching Cha), whose emblematic red frame represents the movement of the God Shiva.
After your morning bike tour of Bangkok, you can ask you guide for assistance getting a taxi back to your hotel.