Witness Bangkok in all its illuminated glory as you explore the city at sunset on this 4-hour guided bicycle tour spanning over 17kms. Admire the stunning architecture of Thai and modern constructions along the way. Feast your eyes on impressive structures of Marble Temple, Wat Indra Viharn, Grand Palace, and more. Inhale the incredible fragrance and colourful floral arrangements at the 24-hour Pak Khlong flower market. Watch an amazing sunset over the Temple of Dawn and see a range of sites on this bicycle tour.
Meet your guide at Printing House Poshtel to pick up your bicycle and helmet and get ready to kick start a spectacular bike tour under the evening skies of Bangkok.
Head first to the heart of Bangkok and enjoy a serene ride through the Rattanakosin Island. Admire the major historical attractions along the way and watch the sites illuminated at sunset. Thereafter, make way through alleyways to Wat Saket, also known as the Golden Mount. Enjoy a unique ride through the temple and explore the Ban Bat community stocked with alms bowls that were once made by the monks.
Next stop is one of the oldest and largest temples in Bangkok - Wat Suthat, also known as the Temple of the Giant Swing. Admire the incredible architecture of the temple, famous for its huge golden Buddha and the magnificent frescoes that deck the halls. Then continue cycling through hidden alleyways, across the canal and onward to the sweet fragrance of the famous 24-hour Pak Khlong flower market and witness colorful explosion of flowers from roses to orchids in creative arrangements.
Head next to the wonderful oasis of Nakraphirom Park in time to watch an incredible sunset over Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn. This remarkable stronghold of riverside landmark is covered with thousands of pieces of multicolored Chinese porcelain. Inhale the incredible sights of the setting sun hit the golden roof of the Grand Palace. As you continue cycling onward, enjoy a picture perfect view of Pinklao Bridge on your way to the riverside path.
For the final leg of the bike tour, wind through the back alleys and arrive at Wat Indra Viharn which boasts a brilliantly illuminated 30-metre high statue of Buddha at night. As your eyes glaze over the Marble Temple on your way to Government House continue riding onward past the shimmering Wat Ratchanada and Loha Prasat, a building constructed with multiple tiers and nearly 40 metal spires. As you take in the final impressions of Bangkok at sunset, the tour comes to a close.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
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