Thailand to Singapore by Road Bike

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US$ 4,100
15 Days / 14 Nights
1101 km
Tour Code
Next departure
Number of Cycling Days11
Average Distance Per Day: 100
150 Km
Average Climbing Per Day: 656
2,250 m
Total Cycling Distance1101 kilometres
Bike HireStandard Road Bike: US$ 420, Carbon Road Bike: US$ 680
Single SupplementUS$ 650

About this Cycle Tour

On this road cycling odyssey, we journey from Thailand's scenic south to charming Malaysia and then cross the border to Singapore, a booming city-state rich in both natural and urban splendours. Cycle through a series of charming towns and explore Malaysia's interesting mix of cultures through its delicious cuisine, which draws its influences from China and India, explore a plethora of temples and markets, and learn Malaysia’s history and Colonial past through the colonial-era architecture in many of the older buildings.

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Day 1

We meet at the hotel for a trip briefing and a seafood dinner.

Day 2

We start the day by riding through the mangroves and rubber plantations to avoid traffic. We continue cycling southwards, along the Andaman coast, directly to our hotel.

Day 3

We cycle on a scenic road alongside the sea before heading inland, where a soak in a hot spring is optional. Next, we cycle through thick mangrove forests and rubber and palm plantations before we cross to our overnight island resort on Sukorn Island.

Day 4

Head back inland and cycle scenic back roads and see rural Thailand at its best before riding south to the border city of Satun.

Day 5

Cycle across the border to Malaysia. We tackle a moderately challenging uphill ride followed by a thrilling downhill and overnight in Alor Setar.

Day 6

Today's ride is mostly flat as we hug the scenic coast all the way to Tupah Recreational Forest, where we go for a refreshing dip in the river. We cross to the island of Penang and overnight at the colonial town of Georgetown. Tonight, we hit the town and discover the town’s famous delicacies.

Day 7

The day is off from riding to explore the streets to find the charm of Penang's cultural centre and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Georgetown!

Day 8

Leave Penang with a short transfer before taking the old Hwy 1 all the way to Taiping, then ride into the city. The afternoon starts with a short ride but steep uphill as we cycle on the edge of the popular mountain climbing destination of Gunung Bubu. Spend the rest of the day exploring Ipoh!

Day 9

A nice and easy start as we ride to Gua Tempurung, one of the longest caves in Peninsular Malaysia. The remainder of today's ride goes on undulating ways through plantations, fields, and villages.

Day 10

We aim to finish the ride in the morning to spend our evening in Kuala Lumpur. Cycling brings us through palm plantations with some undulations on the quiet roads. After lunch, we transfer into the heart of KL and have an evening sunset walk around the Petronas Towers.

Day 11

Free day to rest or explore Kuala Lumpur, or we can help to arrange a half-day walking tour.

Day 12

We take on a few rolling hills today as we make our way to Malacca, a historical city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site boasting numerous historical ruins and buildings. Go for a stroll down Jonker Street in Chinatown for a one-of-a-kind shopping experience and sample some of Malacca's tasty treats!

Day 13

We leave Malacca and ride to the charming Batu Pahat. Visit the seaside village of Minyak Beku, sample locally grown tea or coffee at an old school "warung" (coffee house in Malay), or stop by the local market and sink your teeth in some local delicacies.

Day 14

Bid farewell to Malaysia and cycle down to the border for Singapore.

Day 15

We spend morning discovery of the heritage of the world's aspiring 'City in a Garden', visiting modern museums and whimsical gardens, many of which are conveniently connected by scenic bicycle routes. We can help arranging a transfer to the airport in the afternoon for your onward plan.

Elevation Profiles

Day 2 - Krabi - Pak Meng Ride 114km. +727m.
Day 2 - Krabi - Pak Meng Ride 114km. +727m.


I love Asia, its people, its food, and the climate. Cycling is a great way to appreciate them.

Valentino Franco AccordiJanuary 2019

Guides, drivers all worked hard to ensure a good rider experience. The terrain was fairly flat with only a handful of climbs. The days off in KL & Penang provided a good contrast to the riding days.

Anthony SeeleyNovember 2018

Another really good trip, great cycling, lovely mix of riders, great guides and so much food!

Mike BurkettNovember 2018

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