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Bangkok City Culture Tour by Bike

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  • Excellent value for money
  • Cycle the city streets to absorb the local atmosphere
  • Small-group tour
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Bangkok City Culture Tour by Bike
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"Bangkok City Culture" is a gentle ride of 3 hours through the heart of Bangkok's business districts.
USD 29.29
Bangkok City Culture afternoon
"Bangkok City Culture" is a gentle ride of 3 hours through the heart of Bangkok's business districts.
USD 29.29
Overview
Explore Bangkok’s back streets and bustling markets on a 3-hour guided bicycle tour of the city’s neighborhoods. Ride from local temples and train graveyards to the gleaming skyscrapers of the Thanon Witthayu district, and get off your bike to explore the vibrant Khlong Toey produce market. Discover the quiet paths of Lumpini Park, where imposing monitor lizards share space with local Tai Chi clubs, and get a street-level view of one of one of Asia’s most dynamic cities.
What to Expect
Start your tour choosing a bicycle that fits your body-length. Once on the way you'll stop at a typical local temple, ride along the train-graveyard, through slum areas and visit the biggest daily fresh-market “Talad Klongtoey”. Here, the group will park the bicycles and have a stroll on the market. All your senses will awaken while walking here, leaving you very busy with your camera.

After the market visit, cross the Rama IV Road that brings us to Queen Sirikit Convention Center and the tranquil Benjakitty Park. In Benjakitty Park, a small, but very nicely designed park, have a break and rest a little while enjoying the views.

Continue our Bangkok City Culture ride along the Tobacco Monopoly. This is the place where cigarettes are made. Sometimes you even can smell the scent of tobacco-leaves when cycling in the area. A little further, pass one of the most expensive streets of Bangkok “Thanon Witthayu” where many embassies are located. It also has an entrance to the famous, “Central park of Bangkok”, Lumpini Park.

While taking a break in this beautiful park, you can see locals doing Tai Chi or Yoga and other outdoor activities. If you are lucky, you might meet the famous permanent residents of Lumpini Park, the huge monitor lizards! Although they look scary, they’re actually harmless.

After the break continue the Bangkok City Culture ride through small communities and finish where your tour started with a totally new Bangkok Biking experience.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
The other side of Bangkok

This tour gives you a very good view of the other side of Bangkok! Frienly guide, with good explanations. The organisation use good bikes.

Thank X5963YRchris
Reviewed 2 June 2018
many great impressions

we had a verry good bike tour with Amm, he tould us a lot of intressting things about Bangkok, the People and the life there. It was realy nice, at our next visit we book the Tour Colours of Bangkok Thanks a lot

Thank Tanja T
Dave N, Operations Manager at Recreational Bangkok Biking, responded to this reviewResponded 21 June 2018

Dear Tanja, Great review, thank you so much. We really hope to see you next time on our Colors of Bangkok tour! Please contact us when you're back in Bangkok! Sunny greetings, Dave Numan RBB Team

Reviewed 28 April 2018
See more Bangkok

This was so much fun. We were lucky to be the only people booked in so it felt like a personalised tour. Also it wasn't your usual Thai tour, An our tour guide made it very relaxed and didn't rush us in any way. She...More

Thank Abi R
Dave N, Operations Manager at Recreational Bangkok Biking, responded to this reviewResponded 6 May 2018

Dear Abi, Thank you for reviewing and recommending our tour op Tripadvisor! Glad to hear you had a fun and enjoyable morning exploring Bangkok by bike and we hope you had a wonderful holiday in Thailand. Kind regards, Dave Numan RBB Team

Reviewed 1 April 2018
Don't think twice, just do it!

We had booked this bike tour as part of an overall Thailand tour and boy were we happy to have done this! The tour takes you to rich and really poor neighbourhoods and shows sides of Bangkok you will not easily see. Actually far away...More

Thank wim n
Dave N, Operations Manager at Recreational Bangkok Biking, responded to this reviewResponded 11 April 2018

Dear Wim, What a great review, thank you so much! Always happy to read when our guests had a wonderful time! I showed your comments to Anne and she's smiling from ear to ear! But you're right, she's an excellent guide and we're happy she's...More

Reviewed 14 March 2018
Nice trip through the ancient city

Nice trip with our group through the ancient city with young guides. We saw the poor part of the city with small houses and big marketplaces. It was difficult to cross the three high bridges with my bike, but the guide helped me.

Thank Henny V
Dave N, Operations Manager at Recreational Bangkok Biking, responded to this reviewResponded 11 April 2018

Dear Henny, Thank you for taking the time sharing your experience with us on Tripadvisor! We truly appreciate it and hope to see you again in the future. Kind regards, Dave Numan RBB Team

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Wong N
23 July 2018|
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Response from Jessie P | Reviewed this property |
I agree, I don't think the pace would be too fast for him, though there are some narrow passageways. However, he is much smaller so perhaps they wouldn't feel as narrow to him. I would also ask the bike tour staff--they were... More
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