3 Day Kanchanaburi Cycling Tour

Cycling Tours near Bangkok

This 3 Day cycling tour around Kanchanaburi starts with a mini van journey from Bangkok before visiting the sites of Kanchanaburi Town and taking the infamous Death Railway to Kraset caves. After lunch, you will ride out to Prasat Muang Sing, a Khmer temple that dates back to the Angkorian period of the 12th Century. Enjoying an afternoon riding through stunning countryside, small Thai villages and teak plantations.

Day 2 is spent riding great jungle trails and red laterite roads to our jungle style lodge by the Kwai Noi river.

The 3rd and final day, you will get to cycle through the Thai jungle to the river which crosses Hellfire Pass, well-known to historians for its place in WWII. After a morning of riding, you will have lunch before driving back to Bangkok via Kanchanaburi.

Highlights of the tour:

  • Visit Kanchanaburi's famous sites, including: The Death Railway, Krasat caves, Prasat Muang Sing temple, and Hellfire Pass.
  • Cycle through tropical jungle
  • Experienced, English-speaking guide 
  • Transport to and from Bangkok 
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 Fact & Figures

- Total Distance : Approx. 115km

- Number of Days : One full day and two good half days of riding

- Road Surface : A mix of asphalt roads, vehicle-width dirt roads, and off-road trails. There are no technical sections but some off-road experience would be an advantage

- Support : One or two 8-seat air-conditioned minibuses fitted with two-way radio and specially converted to take bikes and bikers.

- Group : Minimum 2

- Staff : Each tour is led by at least one fully-trained English speaking tour guide.

- Accommodation : 1 night Pungwaan Resort. 1 night at River Kwai Resotel. Both hotels have en suite facilities and a/c. Both hotels have charm and local character.

- Food : Full board from lunch on Day 1 to lunch on Day 3. Soft drinks, water and fruit are available all day while cycling.

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