Sightseeing Bangkok by Bicycle
There’s so much to see and do in Bangkok, but if you hop on a bike (no, not a motorbike), it’s a great way to explore the city. Aside from some exercise, a bicycle tour is a great way to go sightseeing. Plus, don’t forget your camera to photograph the experience!
While there’s many vendors to chose from, Co Van Kessel is a good choice and they’ll take you off of the beaten path. Bicycle tours are not only an activity to do in Bangkok, but it’s an activity that leads to others. Have fun exploring markets, ruins, the canal system, and more!
Types of Bicycle Tours in Bangkok
Whether for two hours or a full day nine-hour trek, you’re likely to find an interesting tour. Some involve multiple modes of transportation such as Longtail Boating through the canals of Bangkok. A tour of the canals is unique and will provide you with a different city experience. Alternatively, you may discover areas of Chinatown via a bicycle tour or take a ride through the city at night. After sundown, temperatures are cooler, traffic subsides, and the city lights up while Bangkok’s largest flower market comes to life.
For the more experienced, there’s a bicycle, boat, and train tour that’ll really get you off the beaten path. A great opportunity to take in a combination of city and suburban sites while enjoying a ride on a classic railway. There’s a complete hidden world to explore since Bangkok is built on canals and waterways which are interconnected with the Chao Phraya River.
Arranging a Bicycle Tour
There’s many bicycle tour in the city, but we suggest Co Van Kessel. You may book online and simply meet at the departure point for your tour.
Co Van Kessel is located at:
River Shopping Center Room 164
23 Charoen Krung Road, Soi 24
Open daily from 6:00am to 7:00pm
Visit their website at www.covankessel.com for more information and bicycle tour bookings.