Kanchanaburi Hills

Price from
US$ 1,450
Duration
8 Days / 7 Nights
Distance
655 km
Tour Code
THA-TKH
Next departure
26-Aug-2018
Number of Cycling Days7
Average Distance Per Day: 100
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150 Km
Average Climbing Per Day: 890
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2,250 m
Total Cycling Distance655 kilometres
AccommodationIncluded
Bike HireStandard Road Bike: US$ 195 to US$ 200, Carbon Road Bike: US$ 290 to US$ 320
Single SupplementUS$ 190 to US$ 200

All About this Tour

On the back of your road bike, this tour of central Thailand takes in the historical and natural sights of Kanchanaburi before taking you around the beautiful Sri Nakarin reservoir, to caves and waterfalls and ending at a colorful floating market.

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Itinerary

Day 1

From Bangkok, we drive 3 hours to Kanchanaburi. We visit historic sites like the war museum and cemetery and the famous Bridge Over the River Kwai.

Day 2

Discover Kanchanaburi’s countryside cycling through rice fields, sugar cane and tapioca plantations, passing schools and temples.

Day 3

A stunning view awaits our climb at Sri Nakarin Dam. Enjoy various lakeside activities at your resort.

Day 4

A ferry will take us across the reservoir where we can appreciate the tropical greenery at the Erawan National Park and cool off at the seven-tiered waterfall.

Day 5

Your day is free to relax at the pool or explore surrounding sites on your own.

Day 6

We visit Hellfire Pass and the museum above the infamous Death Railway built by POWs.

Day 7

We leave Kanchanaburi behind and cycle along the Thai-Burmese border to Suan Phung.

Day 8

The traditional life around Amphawa and the delta region is still well preserved. On our bikes, we pedal through various fruit orchards and visit a floating market to end our journey.

Elevation Profiles

Day 1 - Bangkok - Kanchanaburi Ride 40km. +279m / -279m.
Day 1 - Bangkok - Kanchanaburi Ride 40km. +279m / -279m.

Reviews

Good combination of experiencing a country beyond tourist spots while getting exercise in the sport you love.

Mika MorenJanuary 2018

Fantastic road cycling along mainly quiet well surfaced roads. Good balance of interesting cultural visits and amazing food along the way. Bottle was a great guide, personable and happy. Mr Rin is a fantastic driver and mechanic, always looking after us and ensuring we had cold water and snacks. His speed in wheel replacement is amazing.

Leanne McKellarJanuary 2016

A Spiceroads tour was a great way to see Thailand on my first trip there. I can't wait to return! Bottle is a great guide, I would hope to see him again.

Steven SellonJanuary 2016

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