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Bang Krachao

Bang Krachao Phapradeang, Samut Prakan, Thailand
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Bang Krachao Phapradeang, Samut Prakan, Thailand
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Reviewed 1 week ago

To get there, we took a cab to the Khlong Toey pier and walked in through a temple. Upon reaching the Khlong Toey pier, we were recommended to rent a bike to carry with through the boat ride to the Bang Krachao for 80 baht....More

Thank Havenq
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What kind of bicycle will be provided? How is the tour? Departure at 8:30 Return in what time? Anything notice in this tour?

Thank Tina U
Reviewed 1 week ago

The perfect nature getaway in the heart of Bangkok. First you have to get to the Khlong Toey Port. Once you get there, you can't miss the signs for the Bang Krachao pier/ferry. It's a ฿20 five minute ferry to the other side. The pier...More

Thank Suyash M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Bang Krachao is amazing! Basically you can experience here what everybody else has already written: being outdoors, quiet, away from the city, biking and beutiful landscape with a small village. It was surprisingly easy to get here. Just go to the MRT "Queen Sirikit", from...More

Thank interestInIndia
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

We went to Bangna Pier around 9AM and rode the ferry going to Bang Krachao. It only cost us 4 baht each. It was a very quick boat ride. As soon as we stepped out of the boat we went straight to the bike rentals...More

Thank Vanessa S
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Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

Really nice green space in Bangkok. You can rent cycles, it's not very expensive and there's a temple and a little park. There is also a 'floating market'. If you want to see a nice floating market I wouldn't recommend this one but if you...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Read the reviews and decided to venture out to find the "green lung" of Bangkok. From blogs & travel reviews, it seemed easy enough to get to a pier and make our way to Bang Krachao. We Grabbed a car from Khlong Toei MRT to...More

Thank MoltonBrownCow
Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

Just cross over the Chao Phraya river 5mins. for enjoy bycicle trip around this place. Enjoy local life and food. There is fish museum, public garden with mangrove forest. People is friendly and welcome all traveller.

Thank Nannaphat U
Reviewed 22 January 2017

I went along in November 2016. Not technically in Bangkok as such but also known as the green lungs of Bangkok. I rented a cycle near the Bang Krachao Pier for 50 baht and went exploring. I rode around the island for a few hours...More

1  Thank Ian B
Reviewed 20 January 2017

We had no idea that this wonderful oasis existed until we went on a half-day cycling tour! Next time we are in Bangkok, we won't hesitate to take a boat over to the island, rent bicycles and explore at leisure. You could easily spend a...More

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Anyone know if child-sized bikes are available for rental at the pier? Thank you, ---Ari
3 December 2016|
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This might be a future destination and I have a few questions about the place. I've seen maps that suggest a fixed trail that goes in a loop. If so how long does the loop take? If you don't take the trail I guess you can go wherever you want to and there are many smaller trails? Is it easy to get lost on these trails? Is the Botanical gardens worth the time? Also seeing some of the pictures, some of those trails look quite dangerous. Can imagine being on a trail and coming to something that I don't feel comfortable with. Thanks.
5 September 2016|
Response from Puvadet P |
A loop without any stop (when you ride like professional cyclists) takes about one hour. But I highly recommend stopping at attractions along the way e.g.the floating market, the botanical gardens. This would take you about... More
Awais I
I can't find Bang Krachao on Google Maps. Reviewers keep saying it's within Bangkok but the only result showing up on Google Maps is way outside of Bangkok. Could anyone please share an accurate location? Thanks
15 May 2016|
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Response from CRP1232013 | Reviewed this property |
It is most of that area engulfed by the river. Check Google maps with the satellite view and it is really obvious due to being completely green!