Kanchanaburi Family Explorer

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THB 36,900
5 Days / 4 Nights
103 km
Tour Code
Next departure
Number of Cycling Days5
Average Distance Per Day: 21
150 Km
Total Cycling Distance103 kilometres
Bike HireIncluded
Single SupplementTHB 4,900
Child PricingUnder 5: free; Age 5-11: 20% discount

About this Cycle Tour

Besides its famous WWII memorials, Kanchanaburi abounds in limestone mountains and refreshing rivers, providing a haven for adventure seekers, nature lovers and those seeking peace and serenity. With its variety and diversity of activities, Kanchanaburi is a perfect getaway place for anyone.

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Day 1

Transfer from Bangkok and ride on quiet local roads with little traffic. Through small villages and rice fields, we roll to Nong Khao Village to experience the local's rural way of life and take a lesson in Thai dessert making.

Day 2

We'll walk around the war cemetery and learn about the tragic history of WWII at the War Museum before boarding a local train for a stunning ride on the Death Railway. Visit Krasae Caves and bike to Prasat Mueang Sing where we discover the ruins of the ancient Khmer empire.

Day 3

Spend the whole day taking care of retired elephants by planting food for our big buddies. Once you feel comfortable, prepare to get wet as it's time to rub, scrub and bathe our giant friends! Overnight at a safari-style resort nestled next to the river.

Day 4

After the transfer to Hellfire Pass we take a walk through this 1000-metre pass cut through rock by POWs. Visit a Mon village, an ethnic group originally from Burma, and learn about their way of life. Tonight we spend the night right on the river at an eco floating hotel!

Day 5

Today we will float down river on bamboo rafts, a popular mode of transport here in Thailand's wild west, and visit Lawa Cave before hopping on the bikes for more fabulous riding through a variety of vegetable and fruit farms, rubber plantations and rice fields.


A great trip and a great way to see a country at close hand. Could not fault any of the SpiceRoads team, bikes, support or the blend of biking, sightseeing and relaxation time especially with our 11 year old in mind.

Edward GrayDecember 2019

Our first SpiceRoads tour was in 2007 when we rode from Vietnam, through Cambodia into Thailand and we promised ourselves we'd ride again. It was brilliant to be able to join you again, this time with our 11 year old son. We're not going to wait another 12 years for our next tour. I loved every second of it.

Justine GrayDecember 2019

Having done a SpiceRoads tour 12 years ago we had high expectations on our trip and our expectations were exceeded.

Edward, Justine, and Angus GrayDecember 2019

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