Meet your guide at the bike shop, situated in an easily accessible location in central Bangkok. Don your supplied cycle helmet, hop on your provided bike, and set off into the vibrant streets behind your guide for your leisurely 8-mile (13-kilometer) ride.
Pedal down alleyways to see the inner workings of the city, and pass through a bustling market on route to the Chao Phraya River. Here, catch a ferry to the western, more traditional districts of Bangkok.
Admire the cityscapes as you sail, and on arrival, cycle through the vibrant canal-woven settlements and communities. See two warehouses that are over 100 years old, and learn about their history.
Trundle along winding, leafy trails and elevated paths to the Klong Bang Luang Artists’ Village, a district of canalside stilted houses, galleries, markets, and temples.
Visit the Klong Bang Luang Artist’s House, a waterside 2-story teakwood house with an art exhibition space and café, all centered around an old stupa (temple spire).
Continue to other out-of-the-way treasures, and learn about the everyday lives and culture of the locals in this slower-paced quarter.
Finally, ride a boat through the canals before your trip concludes at the original departure point.