About this Cycle Tour
When the sun sets and the temperature drops, the ancient city Chaing Mai is encompassed with a magical feel. On this evening Chiang Mai bicycle tour, roll through the streets and alleyways immersing yourself in Thai culture, making stops famous night markets, backstreets, and temples with golden spires illuminated under the moon.
- Meet at SpiceRoads office at 6:00 PM where we are fitted for bikes or you can arrange pick-up and drop-off at additional cost
- Pedal to the Three Kings Monument in the center of the old town, making a stop at this iconic symbol of Chiang Mai that represents the three kings who founded the city.
- Arrive at Wat Chedi Luang where our guide explains more about Buddhist principles and Thai culture. Believed to be built in the 15th century, this ancient temple stands out in the Chiang Mai skyline.
- We make a stop at the flower section of Warorot Market, a local shopping spot, to see and smell the flowers on offer today. We allow you time to explore this exciting market.
- Stop at Muang Mai Market, just a short ride away from Warorot Market and is known for its fragrant herbs and fresh fruit. We take time to explore the colorful fresh produce on offer which make for an amazing photo opportunity!
- Learn about the history and stop for stunning photographic opportunities of temples and statues lit under the moon.
- Wind through the old city and to the river, passing through Thapae Gate, part of the crumbling wall that once surrounded the city.
- Finish the night with one last leisurely backstreet ride through Chiang Mai city’s well lit local neighborhoods and back to our office.
This leisurely 10-13 km evening bike tour shows you the best of the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai, riding through the streets after the chaos of rush hour has dwindled down and the temperature has dropped. This cycling tour stops at temples and markets, cycling through well lit backstreets, a perfect family friendly choice (children 12 years and up).
This tour will visit temples, which are considered a place of worship. Please wear a shirt with sleeves and shorts that cover the knees to show respect in these sacred places. Alternatively, you can bring a sarong to wrap around yourself during the temple visits.