Half-Day Bangkok Bike Tour Including Lunch

Walking & Biking Tours in Bangkok

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Cycle off-the-beaten-paths of Bangkok on an easy-paced 4.5-hour bike tour, with several breaks for guiding and refreshments. Our route is almost free from traffic and it will give you a more intimate and localized experience of this bustling metropolis. This tour includes a traditional Thai lunch and a relaxed long tail boat ride.
Get away from the tourist crowds and immerse yourself in the everyday life of Bangkok on a half-day bike tour of 3 different neighborhoods. Cycling at a nice, slow pace, you will cover a distance of approximately 16 kilometers, taking several breaks for refreshments and a lunch of delicious Thai cuisine. The tour will show the contrasts of different Thai communities, heading north from the city center along the banks of the river. Bike down narrow alleys to see ordinary Thai homes. Pause to take a closer look at one of Bangkok’s newest constructions, and swap 2 wheels for 2 legs on a short walk through a local park. Climb back in the saddle and cycle past several schools. Continuing northwest, we stop at a couple of special temples never mentioned in the guide books. After lunch, we pedal through green areas a world away from the hustle and bustle of central Bangkok. We end our trip with a relaxing long-tail-boat ride along the Bangkok Noi canal, for yet another perspective of the city away from the noise.

What’s included

  • Bicycle and helmet hire
  • 30 minutes ride in a long-tail boat
  • Professional guide
  • Lunch and light refreshments
  • Small-group tour
  • All taxes, fees and handling charges

What’s not included

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Personal expenses
  • Guiding service in other language than English


  • Cycle the city streets to absorb the local atmosphere
  • Travel by boat and see the sights from the water
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Small-group tour
  • Lunch included
  • Choice of morning or afternoon departure