Custom Tours: Corporate Groups


Connect with your work colleagues through cycling! At SpiceRoads we deliver fun corporate team building events customized for your company. Whether it is a day trip to Khao Yai National Park or a multi-day road bike challenge – we will design the corporate event exactly to your requirements.

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Khao Yai

Designed for Johnson & Johnson

A half-day mountain bike adventure was created for a group of 10 riders from Johnson and Johnson as part of a team building day. They cycled about 25km along country trails and tracks.

The Route

The team met at a resort in Khao Yai National Park where bikes were selected for them. Before long they were off riding through the countryside. The majority of the tour was off-road and some parts through some very long grass. The trail was gently undulating with lots to see en route: historic temples including Wat Tong Tong, the three Elephant Statue and the natural fountain of Ban Tha Chang.

Rattanakosin Bike Tour

Designed for Philip Morris

This 10 km evening ride through the historic sites of Bangkok's old city was developed for a corporate group who wanted to experience the famous sites.

The Route

The ride started a Wat Bovorn Niwet Viharn and then headed down the Chao Phraya River and into the centre of Rattanakosin. There was a visit to Thammasat University – the second oldest university in Thailand which witnessed key Thai political events during World War II, a ride past the illuminated Grand Palace and a visit to the glistening Emerald Buddha temple.

Bangkok to Phnom Penh

Designed for BT Global Services

This 7-day tour cycling adventure was created for a corporate group from BT Global Services as a team building exercise. They cycled distances varying from 52km to 170km per day.

The Route

A multi-country adventure from bustling Bangkok, along back-roads across the border eventually reaching Cambodia capital of Phnom Penh. The ride was flat or gently undulating by beautiful paddy fields, through local orchards and other plantations including sugar cane and eucalyptus. The tour visited Battambang, the leading rice producing province in Cambodia and the area where the Khmer Rouge operated. They also visited the quaint fishing town of Kampong Chhnang and the UNESCO site of Phnom Oudong – Cambodia's capital city during 1618-1866 after Longvek was invaded by the Siamese.