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This was a great afternoon. The ride was fun and interesting. Going so close to peoples back or front yard was an eye opener. The guide, Jannie , was excellent in guiding us through the very narrow back lane ways and traffic. The River crossing was fun. The locals you meet on the ride are friendly and open especially the kids who are only too happy to give a " Hi Five " and laugh if you fall or stumble off your bike.The meal provided was great and most enjoyable and provided a chance to chat to the guide on a person to person basis. The only down fall was ME. With the humidity and previous health problems I was not able to complete the full round and as there were only my wife and I on this tour the guide was able to get us back to the start point with not too much of a problem. Ha'ts off to her . If you are thinking of doing this tour PLEASE make sure you can make it. If you are young or fit elder then go for it. You will enjoy it,. SUGGESTION for tour operator, please consider getting some E bikes. This will open up the tour to more people who would be happy to pay extra for the experience also hotel transfers. The more people you can get to see the non commercialised side of Bangkok the better it is for tourists and more importantly the local people. I would highly recommend this tour.
Discover Bangkok on a half-day cycling tour of the city’s most intriguing neighborhoods. Explore quiet, winding streets lined with coconut palms and banana trees, far from busy thoroughfares and tourist districts. Cycle over the canals of the Chao Phraya River, explore Bang Krachao Island, see Buddhist temples, and watch students train in traditional Muay Thai fighting. Dine alongside residents at a neighborhood restaurant, and experience Bangkokian warmth and generosity at every turn.
Experience another side of Bangkok on a 4.5-hour bicycle tour with a professional guide. Travel off the beaten path along quiet back roads to places that most tourists don’t see. Ride at an easy pace with frequent stops for refreshments, photo ops, and sightseeing at temples, schools and more. You’ll also enjoy a delicious lunch of Thai dishes and visit a local market.
See a slice of Thai city-life that many tourists miss on this 5-hour guided bicycle tour of Bangkok. Winding through narrow alleyways and darting down small side streets, stop and experience the markets and temples that are visited everyday by the many people who make a living within downtown Bangkok’s bustling canal-side communities.
Spend three hours exploring Bangkok by bike on this popular tour that puts travelers right up close to the action. Venture down the narrow alleyways of Chinatown. Cruise through markets and backstreets and explore Thonburi with your professional guide who will point out all the highlights and attractions of this dynamic city.
Explore Bangkok at night on a bike tour that shows the bustling metropolis in a new light. Admire Wat Arun and Wat Pho lit up at night, wander through the legendary Pak Khlong Talat flower market and taste delicious bites made fresh by street vendors. Your knowledgeable local guide shares the magic of the Thai capital when the air cools down, traffic eases, and local people enjoy good food and company all along the streets.
This amazing and unforgettable Bangkok cycle tour showcases the best of the city and of what lies beyond. Follow your friendly guide through backstreets, side streets and city streets as you learn about local life. Explore communities, travel by long tail boat and experience the beauty of riding through the green heart of Bangkok. You'll have time to enjoy cold drinks and snacks before making your way back to the city.
Discover some of Bangkok’s beautiful natural spaces on a 4-hour small-group bike tour. Pedal through Benjakiti Park and admire the beautiful Bangkok skyline, explore local markets and canals, and visit the massive green space of the Bang Krajao peninsula. Enjoy light refreshments and water throughout the tour as well as a delicious Thai lunch while visiting Krajao.
Explore the must-see destination of Ayutthaya by bicycle — a great way to get around the ancient capital of Siam, especially when you have limited time. This half-day bike tour departs in the morning or afternoon for community markets and temple ruins, including the Historic City of Ayutthaya, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Learn about Thailand’s royal history dating back hundreds of years.
Bangkok by Night: Temples, Markets and Food by Tuk-Tuk
The area of the Sleeping buddah
, Feb 2020
Brilliant night seeing the sights and tasting the food of Bangkok in a tuk tuk "P" was our guide for the night and did a fantastic job of explaining about all the places we visited. Just one caution if you have mobility issues then climbing in and out of a tuk tuk can be difficult. A fantastic night well worth it.
A fabulous tour! Jazz(Jazzie) was a terrific guide. He made the whole night an experience from walking through night street markets and tasting local foods to visiting the Old City illuminated and visiting The Temple from the outside. Best part “no crowds”. Special dinner at popular restaurant. Walking the night flower markets with special treat at the end. Tuk tuk travel was so much fun. Thank you so much Jazz. So much more than we expected.
This award-winning night tour by tuk-tuk provides a great introduction to Bangkok for first-time visitors, but it also showcases a side of the city that most repeat visitors haven't seen. You get to bypass heavily trafficked areas and take off-the-beaten-track routes toward illuminated temples such as Wat Pho and a bustling, 24-hour flower market. Enjoy dinner, followed by dessert at a mystery stop. This small-group tour is limited to 12 people.
Highlight of my trip to Bangkok. Got to explore multiple alleyways and the rabbit warren complex that is Bang Rak area of Bangkok, on both sides of the river. Won't forget the experience of seeing the different areas and their sounds, smells, and sights, with kids playing outside, singing from churches, little cafes. We also stopped at several points for some street food, which was a real treat. Great way to spend a morning and will be left with an indelible memory of Bangkok beyond the tourist sights. Highly recommend.
Pedal through Bangkok’s glorious past and glittering present on a guided, half-day bicycle tour of the city’s historic districts. Join a small group of travelers and slip through secret alleys, vivid flower markets and diverse neighborhoods. Board a ferry across the Chao Phraya River and explore the Thonburi riverbank and a gilded trio of temples: Wat Arun, Wat Prayoon and Wat Kalayanamitr tower above the broad waterway, dominating the skyline of Thailand’s most vibrant city.
This tour was wonderful for me. On the day after I arrive in Bangkok, it got me used to alot of things including the travel by boat on the river, where the boat stop is near my hotel etc. So i was then able to travel by boat on my own after the tour, which I really wanted to do. And we saw fabulous things, temples, palaces, various Breathtaking Buddha statues. Lot of good info from tour guide, who also was not at all pushy, not trying to speed things up or push me in the direction of places where i might spend money, clothes,jewellery etc, where the tour guide may get commision. (which I have experienced before). She was happy to go exactly where I wanted to go and it was a happy and relaxed tour for me.
I highly recommend a private guide! I had limited time and Elena was amazing at packing as much in as possible. She was extremely knowledgeable at every location we went. I asked to see some things off the beaten path and she took me to 5 different homes along the river outside of Bangkok that are part of an agri-tourism project and I got to see farms that grow lotus flowers, orchids, fruits, rice, etc. Each home was inviting with food and fresh water to share. I can't wait to return to see more!
Andy was absolutely amazing. We booked this private tour our first full day in Bangkok and am so glad we did. Andy helped orient us to the city and explained a lot of Thai culture and traditions so that we were aware for the rest of our trip. He was all about doing exactly what we wanted but offered advice on things to not miss. We took taxis most places but still were very go-go-go to make the most of the 8 hours we had together. We "temple hopped" with Andy and he was filled with knowledge about each place and was really passionate to share Buddhism knowledge too. My advice would be to go to the grand palace first thing, we went mid day and the crowds were terrible.
This customizable private tour showcases the best of Bangkok and beyond. Follow your personal guide through some of the city's top attractions, including Wat Arun Grand Palace, and the Floating Market. Explore some of Bangkok's most vibrant neighborhoods, sample local cuisine (own expense), and wander the shops and sites with a local who offers insight and information along the way.
Fantastic tour. We saw so many amazing things in Bangkok that we would have never been able to find on our own! Our family of five had a wonderful day with Rainy who showed us the best sights of Bangkok The day was stress free due to Rainy's local knowledge. Rainy was able to share information with us on all the sights we visited, plus local culture. The local restaurant she took us for lunch was the best meal we have had in Bangkok. Thank you Rainy.
30+ Bangkok Sights in one tour! Fun local guide
Great way to see the real Bangkok with a local. See, smell & photograph amazing Bangkok!
This will give you a good idea of the history, culture & legends of one of the world best-loved cities
Starting in the Talat Noi area of Bangkok. Famous for its temples (Wats), narrow streets & rich Chinese heritage (food) We will see 3 famous temples here (Wat Traimit: Pure Gold Buddha) plus see the impressive China Town Gate & Siang Kong Shrine
Next stop is Bangkok's Chinatown. Amazing smells, sights & food! We will treat you to snacks & stop off for some interesting ice cream!
We then walk to Bangkok's most interesting temple : Wat Chakrawat Temple (Crocodiles living there!)
We head to Prison Park (maximum security prison) Visit the Royal Families Temple : Wat Suthat. See the biggest swing in Asia. Watch bowl making by Monks and browse the Buddha Statue Factories
Our final stop is Golden Mount
Bella was a great tour guide. We got to go to places we never would have stopped at on our own and got to try some great authentic Thai food. However, she took pictures at every stop and said pictures would be emailed to us and we never received them. Was really looking forward to the pictures to document what all we got to try.
Tour guide ( Ja Jaa) was informative & easy to understand. We tasted variety of foods...( grilled skewer pork, Thai tea, Thai dessert of sticky rice, noodle dishes, salads, fruits....) There is a bit of walking about. We went places we would not ventured on our own, which was the point of this tour. There were 2 opportunites for restroom on the tour. I would advise to skip breakfast or eat a light breakfast before this tour. Meeting point was easy to find. Tour guide helped us find our way back. Great tour.
Take a stroll through the Bang Rak district as you’re introduced to Thai dishes and drinks at food stalls, local eateries, a wet market and more. Taste authentic flavors and savory bites all handpicked by a knowledgeable guide. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 10 food lovers for a small-group experience on this Bangkok food tour. Select a morning or evening tour.
Experience Bangkok like a local with this popular tour of the city's multicultural markets with a resident guide. Check out the world's most famous Buddha statue, visit Wat Traimi, Little India, Little China and the impressive Sampeng Market on this once-in-a-lifetime tour that hits all the city's top attractions.
Explore the street stalls of Bangkok’s Chinatown on a walking tour and enjoy tasting street food along the way. Stroll past market stalls, find plenty of bargains, and stop to sip coffee at a century-old cafe. Numbers are limited to 12 for a small-group experience with personalized attention from your guide.
Get a new perspective of Bangkok on a guided, 5.5-hour bike tour through parts of the city that you never knew existed. You'll cycle through alleys and to a local slum district, including a visit to a community kindergarten. Then take a long-tail boat ride across the Chao Phraya River. A light lunch and hotel transport are included, with the option to upgrade to a private tour.
Discover the highlights Bangkok, including the Giant Buddha and Flower Market, on a guided bike tour. Your provided bike makes it easy to bypass the city’s congested traffic and get straight to the attractions. The excursion is a perfect option for people who are limited on time or want to orient themselves to the city’s layout for future exploring. A Thai dinner is also included.
Get out of the hustle and bustle of Bangkok and explore the jungle on this half-day guided tour via bicycle. With a guide in the lead, you'll explore the local bicycle paths, and you'll be sure not to miss any highlights. Listen to guided commentary on the flora and fauna as you take in sights of monitor lizards, squirrels, kingfishers, and other native animals. Enjoy a stop at the Sri Nakhon Khuean Khan Park and Botanic Gardens as well as a traditional Thai snack.
Visit Thailand's Ayutthaya Historical Park, the former capital of the country, on this full-day bike tour from Bangkok. You'll get there by train, and then explore the UNESCO World Heritage site with a guide, who tells you about its history and leads you around the 14th-century temple ruins. Lunch is included.
Hit Bangkok’s back streets and explore the city as locals do—on two wheels. This half-day guided bike tour takes you off the main tourist beat and introduces you to a Bangkok few visitors have seen. Ride through Muslim neighborhoods and across the Rama 8 Bridge, and suss out some of the city’s most mouthwatering street foods en route. Along the way, your guide also fills you in on local history, and with a small group size, you’re assured a more personalized experience.
Pair the thrill of scooting with the expertise of a guide on this intimate tour that unveils Bangkok in its multicultural glory. Whizz through parks, markets, Chinatown, and the Muslim quarter on an electric Xiaomi; see landmarks including the Old Customs House, Wat Kalayanamit, and Wat Prayurawongsawat Worawihan; and cross the Chao Phraya by ferry. Choose between morning and afternoon tours: Height, weight, and age restrictions apply.
See the various sides to Bangkok on a bike tour that takes you from food markets to skyscrapers, giving you several perspectives on this vibrant city. Witness the daily life of local residents, enjoy a tasting of tropical fruit, cross the Chao Phraya river by boat, cycle past farms, watch for lizards and turtles, and enjoy a freshly prepared lunch.
Visit the ancient city of Ayutthaya and Thailand’s rich history on this comprehensive 1-day tour. Head to the Siamese city from Hua Lamphong train station and take in the beautiful Thai scenery. Explore the Summer Palace and two temples and enjoy a boat and bike ride to get a well-rounded view of this historic city. Enjoy a delicious Thai lunch and take in the views of the Chao Phraya River.
See parts of Bangkok you wouldn’t normally access on this 3-hour morning bike tour with a small group. You’ll ride off the beaten track on an easy 12.5-mile (20-km) route through laneways, over canal bridges and past vibrant temples. Your informative guide shares insights and points out Bangkok landmarks such as the Memorial Bridge, Wat Suthat and Wat Arun. Numbers are limited to 12 passengers to ensure a personalized experience.