Central Thailand Explorer

Price from
THB 23,500
Duration
4 Days / 3 Nights
Distance
120 km
Tour Code
THA-TCT
Next departure
18-Dec-2018
Number of Cycling Days4
Average Distance Per Day: 30
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150 Km
Total Cycling Distance120 kilometres
AccommodationIncluded
Bike HireIncluded
Single SupplementTHB 3,500
Child PricingUnder 5: free; Age 5-11: 20% discount

All About this Tour

Combining gentle cycling with the splendid culture of Thailand, this tour is a must for anyone that wants to get out into the countryside and experience Thailand's culture and history. We ride along side the Chao Phraya and Mae Klong, the major rivers of central Thailand, and many of the canals that caused old Siam to be dubbed "Venice of the East". Visit Damnoen Saduak, the famous floating market, before boating to see fruit plantations and traditional Thai markets.

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Itinerary

Day 1

We transfer to ride and explore the Mae Klong Delta at Thailand's most famous floating market. Then cruise through a maze of canals before riding on quiet back roads to visit some quirky temples. Transfer in the afternoon to Kanchanaburi.

Day 2

Visit the local sites - the war museum and cemetery and the famous Bridge Over the River Kwai -- then board the local train for a stunning ride on the Death Railway. Ride from Krasae caves to the ruins of Wat Prasat Muang Sing.

Day 3

Ride from the hotel on quiet country trails and finish our ride by crossing over a wooden suspension bridge. Afternoon transfer to the former capital city of Siam, Ayutthaya.

Day 4

Visit the many remains of temples from the Ayutthaya Empire (1350-1767A.D.) then ride through the countryside on small back roads that follow the Chao Phraya river to Bang Pa In, the former summer palace of King Chulalongkorn.

Reviews

We loved this tour. It was very well run, the hotels were excellent and our guide (Yo) and driver (Sunny) were top notch.

Randolph MossNovember 2018

Yo and Sunny provided a pleasant mix of interesting biking, appropriate transfers and cultural backgrounds.

James FoltzNovember 2018

An amazing and fun way to see the sites and learn about a new culture.

Manda MafyNovember 2018

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