Hop on your bike for a cycling tour you’ll tell all your friends about. Be guided by your local host as you pass through narrow streets, experience the real lifestyle of Bangkokians and take in the vibes of the city away from the touristy areas.
Start your bike tour by getting the right bike for you, safety guidelines and a warm welcome from your host. Head towards the Wat Suan Phlu School, an off-the-beaten track temple with a Thai-Chinese structure untouched by the modern development of the city. Bike forward to the 1880 Old Custom House by the riverside and take a look at how customs happened in the past. Head over to the Grand Postal Building at your own pace to take in the traditional interior design and the lovely surroundings.Time to pass by the Siam Commercial Bank area as you go towards the Saan Jao Joe Sue Gong, the most important temple for the Hainan-Chinese community. Take a look at the Twin Dragons Playing with Crystals rooftop design, it’s something truly special! Take in the neighbourhood vibes of Chinatown, a vibrant place both for food and shopping.For the next hidden gem, head behind the Saan Jao Joe Sue Gong Temple and take a look at the residential area for monks. There’s a special energy flowing around and the orange pieces of fabric they use as clothing give the entire area a beautiful pop of color. Time for a photo!Stop for a delicious and well-deserved ice cream break before you visit the Wat Chakrawat, the temple of the crocodile. Listen to the local stories you host has for you and take a look around this charming beautiful temple. It’s time to get back on your bike, take a sip of the water your host has given you and go on the Memorial bridge, a great way to see the stunning Bangkok skyline.End your tour in the Thonburi area at the Wat Prayoon temple which features a unique pagoda, a beautiful courtyard and some more local stories from your host. Enjoy the bike ride back to the bike shop, it’s a unique journey through Bangkok’s narrow charming streets. What better way to experience the daily pulse of the local lifestyle?