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Explore Chiang Mai's street art
Feel the youthful energy and vibe of the city of Chiang Mai. Not only in the tourist area, a hot spot for young backpackers from around the world, but among the hip young Thais who call the city "home" and their taste in decoration.
Chiang Mai highlights
This Chiang Mai half-day ride takes you on a memorable tour of the city’s most interesting sights. Go beyond the city walls to see temples, markets and an ancient city.
Cycle Chinatown bicycle tour
A perfect way to experience Chinatown, a very special district of Bangkok. Cycle through narrow alleys, local markets and come close to how people live.
Bangkok sunset bike ride
A great way to see some of the downtown highlights of Bangkok, including interesting back streets and alleys that would not be covered on a conventional tour.
Bangkok jungle bicycle tour
Take an adventure into the wilderness of Bangkok on a visit to the inner city of oasis of Bang Kra Jao. Best reached by boat, this island is referred to as the "green lung" of Bangkok as it has been left untouched by city developers.
Phuket XC trails
In the interior of Phuket you can find jungle-clad hills, grazing cows and their subsequent paths made to water sources. Hit the dirt trails by bicycle for a cross-country ride through green grasses, shaded woods and around peaceful lakes.
Bangkok's hidden treasures
Take a ride to discover the lesser known treasures of Bangkok and experience the idyllic and serene way of life of traditional Bangkok communities, and adventure through a part of the city most tourists will never see!
Take a break from the beach for a culturally rich experience cycling through old Phuket town. Located on trading routes between India and China, Phuket became a melting pot of peoples, cultures and religions.
Countryside bike and kayak excursion
On the northeastern side of Phuket island lies a village where a pace of life is slow and untainted by mass tourism. Cycling around rural Phuket, we discover how local inhabitants have lived here for generations.