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Experience Real Bangkok by Bike

  • See more of Bangkok on a bike tour of the city's backstreets
  • Explore winding alleys and hidden markets inaccessible by coach or car
  • Stray from the beaten path in order to avoid large crowds 
Experience Real Bangkok by Bike
From US$29,80
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3 hour morning bike tour
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3 hour afternoon bike tour
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Exploring Bangkok by car or coach means you miss out on the winding alleys and hidden squares that imbue the city with charm. Discover Bangkok’s backstreets on a bike tour for a great introduction to Thailand’s capital. Pedal past the shops and markets of Bangkok Chinatown (Yaowarat), stopping to sample food and browse market stalls without the hassle of finding a parking space. Plus, choose from a morning or afternoon departure time to suit your schedule.
What to Expect

Begin your cycling tour in the heart of Bangkok Chinatown (Yaowarat), where you’ll greet your guide and board your bike. Pedal through winding alleys replete with shops and stalls selling Thai produce, and stop to pick up artisan souvenirs such as Buddhist amulets and recycled truck engines. 

See locals worshiping at hidden temples and with luck, witness ritual paper burning before you cross the Chao Phraya River (Mae Nam Chao Phraya) on a ferry.

Conclude your tour by pedaling through the tranquil residential  streets of Thonburi, formerly the capital of Thailand. Your guide is happy to provide further recommendations for your vacation. 

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
One of the best experience to explore Bangkok

I enjoyed everything. Bike is comfortable, smart- with a box to put things inside, guides are all lovely people, some roads are extremely narrow, but that even better to get some adrenaline😅 I saw the best part of Bangkok how it is👌 And very welcome...More

Thank Инна Я
Reviewed 2 days ago
Great day out🚴🚤🚌🚄

Went on the 9 hour day tour with Sandra and Ling Ling. They took us, four guys, through the alleys and lanes you don't see from the main streets including the markets. We hopped on a train for 40mins and get off to find our...More

Thank Paul L
Reviewed 1 week ago
Bangkok "sightseeing" from bike saddle

Did whole day trip (9 hours) on 26.05.2018. Worth even more money! Different way of sightseeing of Bangkok - outskirts. Very helpful and charming guides - thanks Kum and Dao (sorry for eventual mistakes in your names). I'm recommending to everybody, not just for bike...More

Thank Lech K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Perfect way to see Bangkok

We did the 5 hours bike and boat tour. What an amazing tour!!! I cannot recommend this company and tour enough. Great guides, they are sweet, friendly, knowledgable and care for everyone’s safety. We saw the most amazing things, bikes through beautiful streets and crazy...More

Thank Maire J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great guides who make cost worthwhile

The Co Van Kessel 3 hour bike tour was one of the highlights of my time in Bangkok. My guides Dow and North both spoke excellent English and thus it was possible to learn lots about the city. Dow was very knowledgeable and led the...More

Thank Katie A
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19 June 2018|
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Response from Jim S | Reviewed this property |
We did a half day bike tour with Co Van Kessel tours which included markets, Chinatown and crossed the river to see some religious sites. You might check their website for all options. It is a well run operation... More
1 May 2018|
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Response from Sean159 | Reviewed this property |
I would think so as people left bags there when we went
14 April 2018|
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Response from ZeligShalgi | Reviewed this property |
I dont think so You better contact them