Bangkok Night Bike

Location : BANGKOK
By : Bicycle
Duration : 1 Day
Day Ride tour in Thailand - Bangkok Spend an evening cycling the back streets of Bangkok to visit some of Bangkok most famous sights after dark and free of crowds. This trip runs in Bangkok.
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Gather at the Grasshopper Shop 
Meet at the Grasshopper Adventures Shop near Khao San Rd at 5:30pm. The tour will depart at 6pm sharp. Make sure you allow plenty of time to get here, allowing for peak hour traffic. After a quick bike fitting and briefing we head out. Staying off the roads we wind our way through small lane ways, past ancient temples and canals to see the heart and soul of Bangkok. 

Cycle and ferry to Wat Arun 
After passing through Tammasat University, at around sunset, you'll be on a local ferry crossing the Chao Phraya River, Thailand's biggest river. Once across the river we ride quiet back roads to Wat Arun, the Temple of the Dawn. At night Wat Arun is spectacularly lit and free of the throngs of tourists who flock here daily. After enjoying the quiet ambiance of the temple we ride along a river side track passing a Chinese temple, Christian church, and another Buddhist temple. 

Visit the Flower Market 
Crossing back over the Chao Phraya, this time by bridge, we stop at the flower market which is at its busiest at this time of night. The market is a riot of colour and also a great place to snack on some of the local delights from the many street stalls. 

Wat Pho 
Next stop is Wat Pho, another spectacularly lit temple. The highlight here are the four burial stupas of the first four kings of the Bangkok kingdom. The temple is peaceful and quiet, so different from coming during the day. 

Return to the Grasshopper Shop 
Riding on past the Grand Palace we find ourselves in Sanam Luang which comes to life in the evening with an impromptu market. There's lots of junk and trinkets for sale all laid out on simple mats - a true flee market. From here we finish back at our shop in the Khao San Road area which around this time is just starting to build up for another big night out for the backpackers who stop over here. 

The tour usually takes 3-4 hours but this is variable by group. Dinner is not included in the tour but we do include some fun and tasty snacks when stopped at the flower market.

What's The Riding Like?

Riding after dark in Bangkok is an adventure. Much of the riding is on narrow lane ways and quiet back streets. Of course there are main roads that we have to cross but this is done together in a organised manner (and Bangkok drivers are very polite!).

Booking Conditions

  • Booking must be made at least 3 days in advance.
  • This is an instant confirmation booking.
  • Credit Card will be charged at the end of the booking.
  • Confirmation voucher will be sent to you within 24 hours.
  • Please print out voucher and present upon pickup.



  • Pick from Hotel is included. Please advise your Hotel name and room number upon reservation. We will confirm back the estimated time of your pickup.
  • Please wait at the lobby at least 15 minutes before the informed pickup time.



  • No show 100%
  • Cancellation 3 days in advance 50% charge.
  • Changes can be done 3 days in advance with change fee of THB 300/person.
1,150.00 ฿
Duration : 1 Day
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