Enjoy an afternoon bicycle ride in Bang Kra Jao, an undeveloped wilderness area in Bangkok. Take in the scenery along paths and walkways, cycle along canals and through the jungle, and pass quaint local villages.
After a short stretch riding in the city, take a serene ferry ride across the Chao Phraya River. Once you reach the other side, find yourself in the Bangkok of old—undeveloped wilderness, waterways, and jungle. Here you continue your guided 15.5-mile (25-km) cycling experience. Pedal along paths, minor roads, and walkways, taking in the verdant surroundings as you go.
As you continue on, passing through local villages and schools, come to a beautiful temple from the Ayutthaya period. Built more than 250 years ago, its sweeping teak roof and painted window shutters offer a glimpse into the area's rich history.
To complete your invigorating experience, stop by a park, where you can have the chance to feed the fish in the pond and take ample of photos against the wonderful scenery. If your tour falls on the weekend, you get an opportunity to visit a quaint floating market.