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Bangkok is known to be the jewel of Thailand and still has many hidden gems waiting to be discovered, scattered along the river and canals. Take a ride to discover the lesser known treasures of Bangkok and experience the idyllic and serene way of life of traditional Bangkok communities, and adventure through a part of the city most tourists will never see!
Bangkok is definitely a jewel of Thailand, but there are still many hidden gems in this city waiting to be discovered. Let us take you by bike and boat to find these treasures scattered along the river and network of canals.
We meet near the Giant Swing at 13:00 to collect our bicycles and begin our cycling through back alleyways cycle by the red Giant Swing and a road lined with Buddhas of all shapes and sizes for sale. We cycle by Wat Ratchabopit, the official city temple during the reign of King Rama V, and the Flower Market before we arrive at the Chao Phraya River and hop on a ferry to cross to Thonburi, which for a brief period was the capital of Siam. We pedal through one of the first settlements in Bangkok as we cycle amongst temples, markets and old warehouses filled with scents of herbs and traded goods. Explore many of Thonburi’s bejeweled and unique temples as we make our way to Klong Bang Luang, a two-century-old wooden house that now is home to a community of artists. After our visit we explore the canal by longtail boat to see more gems on the banks of this impressive canal network. Back on the bikes it’s a short 2 km cycle through the famous backpacker haven of Khao San Road to reach our end point at about 17:30.
This is a fun 17 km ride through Bangkok’s hidden neighbourhoods that involves navigating narrow alleys, tight corners, and bridges over canals. If you are inexperienced or unstable on a bike this might not be the tour for you. This unique and adventurous ride is through a part of the city most tourists will never see!