Bangkok City 5 Hours Bicycle/Boat Tour (with Meal)
Sales By Hippo On Tour : 79/311 Soi Ramkhamhaeng 150, Khwaeng Saphan Sung, Khet Saphan Sung, Bangkok 10240, Thailand Tel: 02 116 6767 Mobile: 086 339 4174-5 Fax: 02 048 5988
Bangkok 5 hours Bicycle/Boat Tour
5 hour bicycle- and boat tour will show the the differents faces of Bangkok. Highlights of the tour are the exploration of bustling Chinatown and the quiet hidden plantations. In between we explore the ‘Venice of the East’ by longtail-boat and enjoy a tasty Thai-style meal.
Experience all of the wonders of Co’s Classical tour by cycling through Chinatown’s frenetic market environment. We take our bike through narrow alleyways and small side streets. Then allow classic longtail boats to transport us further into rural Bangkok. Discover why this city is often designated “Venice of the East” as our cruise introduces us to the charming canal lifestyle of Thais, much as it existed in bygone eras. Scenes of classical wooden-framed homes on stilts, mothers doing their daily washings, and kids splashing away the tropical heat will captivate us with their innocence and congeniality.
Following this pleasant break, our cycle tour continues through luscious green belts as we explore the forgotten plantations of this great city. Surprising not in their beauty, but in their proximity to the sprawling metropolis, this tranquil ride will leave us pleasantly refreshed for our equally enthralling journey back to Chinatown.
- Distance covered: ~ 15 Km
- Suitable for children comfortable riding a bike
- Experienced local guides
- Mountain bike or standard city bike
- Child/adult helmets (if desired)
- Refreshing drinks en route
- Ferry river crossing
- Long-tail boat rides
- Local style light meal
Price Includes bicycle usage, English speaking guide, ferry, Local canal boat, meal & drinks, accident insurance.
Departures:7:00 AM, 1:00 PM daily
Meeting Point: River City
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