History, culture and traditions revealed

Bangkok behind the scenes
This is a unique way of discovering the history and developement of The City of Angels as we cycle our way along the timeline of Bangkok.
This tour follows the path of the formation and developement of Bangkok. You'll experience ancient temples and small communities where the traditional ways are still maintained. Most people are surprised that just across the river, many locals still conduct their lives on the waterways in dugouts and paddle boats.
This tour will show you a different side to Bangkok that you would normally not experience on your own and leave you with a new perspective of Bangkok and Thai people.
Most of the route follows back roads, hidden pathways and little lanes where friendly people go about their daily lives. At times you'll feel like you're riding through their kitchens and living rooms.
Itinerary
We meet at 8.45 (or 13.30), at the Just Nok shop where we’ll do a quick bike fitting and briefing before setting off on a fun filled morning.
We start with a leisurely ride through the hidden allayways of the backpacker area on route to the magnificent Rama 8 bridge from which you have a panoramic view of the mighty Chao Phraya river or as known in English - the River of Kings. Our adventure continues by visiting an abandoned temple dating from the mid seventeen hundreds. From here we wind our way through some of the oldest communities in Bangkok followed by a quick stop an equally old temple but which is still in use and serves as a school for monks. This temple is adorned with historial murals in the main ordination hall.
This tour is a real step back in time, as we explore old riverside communities, home-based industries that still practice the traditional way of processing and manufacturing their goods using basic rudimentary tools. Our tour continues and takes us through the famous Siriraj hospital where where catch the ferry back to modern day Bangkok. From here it's a relaxing scenic ride along the river with a short stop in a quaint park before heading on back to the shop.
Tour availability
This tour runs every evening.
Bookings can be made via this site by clicking on "Book this tour"
or by calling Nok 0843086098.
Starting time
This tour is run twice a day.
First departure : 9 a.m.
Second departure : 1.30 p.m.
Groups
You can choose to join a small group tour where the maximum number of people is only 8.
OR
You can choose a private tour for yourself and family/friends only.
Price
Price to join a group tour : 1150 Baht per person
Price for a private tour : 1 Person - 4600 Baht per person
: 2 People - 2300 Baht per person
  : 3 People - 1535 Baht per person
  : 4 to 8 People - 1150 Baht per person


Note: As from 1st January the price of this tour will be increasing. However all bookings made before 1st January will still be at the current price.
Facts and Information
Style : Morning or afternoon ride.
Inclusions : Local guide,  water,  bicycle,  snacks,   helmets,   insurance.
Group size : Minimum 1 - Maximum 8
Difficulty : Easy - if you can ride a bike, you can do this tour.
Duration : 3 - 4 Hours, depending on the group and weather.
Pace : Why rush? We do a comfortable pace, stopping frequently to admire the view and take photos.
Terrain : Mostly flat, except for the occassional bridge
Bikes : We use comfortable and well maintained mountain bikes.
Starting point of the tour
We meet and start at the Just Nok shop in Prachatipatai road - near the Democracy monument.
Please refer to the map on the "Contact us" page or check with your hotel or guest house staff on the easiest/quickest way to get to our shop, or give us a call.
Please print this map for directions or to show the Taxi/Tuk Tuk driver.








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