This bike trip takes place in Phang Nga and Krabi provinces; two of Thailand’s most beautiful and geographically striking provinces, the area is famous for its lime stone karsts that rise dramatically from land and sea. The area boasts beautiful countryside and many small villages making it a perfect location for our cycling tours.[/one_third] [one_third]
Over two years and countless hours in the making, this route links many wonderful tracks and trails together to make a continuous mountain biking route from the Andaman Sea all the way to the Gulf of Thailand. In other words, you’re riding all the way across the Malay Peninsula![/one_third] [one_third_last]
This bike tour will have our guests traveling through three of Thailand’s Southern provinces, Phuket, Phang Nga and Surrathani. Except our biking guests that join and depart this tour in Khao Lak, who will visit two provinces, Phang Nga and Surrathani; which is the area this cycling adventure tour focuses on.[/one_third_last]
The Kingdom of Thailand is a country located at the center of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. The country spans an area of 513, 120 square kilometers, with a population of approximately 66 million people. Thailand’s reigning Monarch, King Rama IX is the world’s longest serving current head of state. King Rama IX has been sitting on the Thai throne for over 67 years.
From a cycling perspective, Thailand is a very bicycle-friendly country. The people are some of the most opening and welcoming in the entire world, the road conditions are terrific – for either touring, or mountain bikers. Thailand’s food is plentiful and cheap, and there’s plenty to see – including the country’s many Buddhist temples.
Koh Yao Noi (Little Long Island) is a sleepy island still enjoying a slow pace of life located in Phang Nga Bay, only 1 hour’s boat ride away from the international resort island of Phuket. [/one_third] [one_third]
This is the classic overland travel route, taking in three countries that should be included in any Asian adventure. From the vibrant heart of the Thai capital, through the heartland of the former Khmer Kingdom and the center of the present Cambodia, we reach the Mekong Delta, know as the food bowl of densely populated Vietnam. [/one_third] [one_third_last]
If you’re looking for some seriously challenging road cycling then this is definitely the ride for you! Starting in Chiang Mai, this tour will take you to the tallest and toughest peaks Thailand has to offer on spectacular, winding roads that provide tough-but-rewarding climbs and technical descents. [/one_third_last]