Full Day Boat And Bike Bangkok Exploration (Join Tour)
About the trip
- Ferry and cycle to the communities of Santa Cruz Wat Kalayanamit
- Cycle Khlong Bang Luang and the Artist’s Village
- Traditional Thai Puppet Show
- Ply the Canals and the Chao Phraya River
9:30 Meeting at Grasshopper Shop near Khao San Road.
10:30 The tour will depart, We will be cycling off the main road on small lanes, alleyways and canal boats to immerse you in the soul of Bangkok.
Ferry and cycle to the communities of Santa Cruz Wat Kalayanamit
We’ll park our bikes at the first Christian community of Santa Cruz to visit the descendants of the early Portuguese traders who have been making a Portuguese cupcake for over 5 generations. We then pedal to the neighboring Chinese Thai temple of Wat Kalayanamit and the site of Bangkok's first Chinatown.
Cycle to Wat Hongrattanaram
Here we will park our bikes briefly to see a shrine devoted to the first king of Bangkok, Taksin.
Cycle Khlong Bang Luang and the Artist’s Village
Cycling back lanes and pedaling along small tree-lined canals, we will arrive at an old wooden market with a historic community temple.
A local Thai lunch by Bang Luang Canal
Enjoy a simple tasty Thai lunch in a local eatery by the canal in the grounds of the community temple.
Traditional Thai Puppet Show
A group of Artists has taken up residence in a 200-year-old traditional wooden house on the banks of Khlong Bang Luang. Marvel at a show of the most unique puppetry you may ever see, as the art is combined with traditional Khon dance by the Hoon Lek puppeteers.
Ply the Canals and the Chao Phraya River
After stowing the bikes in the back of a long tail boat, you and your guide wend your way down the ancient canals to Chao Phraya River. Sailing up the River of the Kings, you will pass the Grand Palace before docking near Khaosan Rd.
3:30 pm Come back to the meeting point and Finish the tour.
- Top Quantity Mountain Bikes With Lights
- Water Bottle
- Boat Trip
- English Guide
- The sun can be quite hot, so sunblock is recommended.
- Men and women need to cover their shoulders in order to enter temples and mosques, and women need to cover their knees as well.
- We recommend bringing a simple sarong