Bangkok Jungle Bike Tour: Morning or Afternoon Trip
- Ride through untouched tropical wilderness beneath the Bangkok skyline
- Visit a unique 250-year-old temple
- Shop at the area's charming floating market (weekends only)
Across the Chao Phraya river from Thailand's capital city, is a wilderness of jungle and waterways as yet unharmed by industry and modern civilization. Starting downtown, you'll cross the river by ferry before venturing along minor roads as they disappear into paths and walkways through this extraordinarily tranquil location, biking through small villages, and their temples and schools en route.
Along the way you'll stop at a workshop to watch incense being made, and visit a 250-year-old Ayutthaya-period temple with a sweeping teak roof. On weekends you'll also have the opportunity to visit the area's unusual floating market.
The 20km ride is very easy and mostly quite flat, although please note that it is important to be particularly cautious along some of the narrow elevated walkways.
From the metropolitan city to a sprawling jungle adventure in half a day, experience a Bangkok that few tourists are even aware of!
- Bike and helmet rental
- Entrance fees
- Water and snacks
- Ferry rides
- Accident insurance
- Alcoholic drinks
Prepare for the activity
Meet in the back parking lot of Suan Plearn Market on Rama IV Road. Take the BTS (sky train) to Phromphong station, using exit 4. Then go straight to Sukhumvit Soi 26 and take a taxi or motorbike to Suan Plearn Market (distance: 2.6 km, time: 10 minutes). Walking is not recommended. Please be at the meeting point at 08:15 (morning tour) and 12:45 (afternoon tour) to leave time for the bike fitting.Open in Google Maps ⟶