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Chiang Mai Bicycle

Chiang Mai, Thailand
About Chiang Mai Bicycle
Experience the Thai countryside by bicycle. Starting point is Chiang Mai, the "Rose of the North". We pick you up from your hotel and transfer you by car to a small traditional village in Doi Saket district about 20 minutes north east of Chiang MaiThe highlight of the tour is cruising along small countryside roads with hardly any traffic stopping at interesting local sights without having to worry about city traffic. We will pass through traditional villages with wooden houses on stilts, ride along small roads through the rice fields and stop at a lake surrounded by beautiful mountains. Encounters like water buffalos crossing the street or children surprised by the unusual sight of foreigners in their village are to be expected.We can give our guests a unique insight in the life of the local people in the Chiang Mai valley because of our experience and thorough knowledge of this area. Our good service and the exotic Thailand will excite you. Enjoy a fantastic cycling adventure with Chiang Mai Bicycle.Total distance of the tour is 30 kilometers of which 99 % along paved country roads.We focus on sightseeing, therefore our tours are suitable for everybody in reasonable shape. Start is every day at 08.00 AM, 10.00 AM and 1.00 PM from the lobby of your hotel, back 5 hours later.Minimum age for participants is 10 years old. Families with younger children are welcome but only on a private tour basis since we designed a special tour for them. We have bicycles for children from 6 years old and also trailers for smaller children
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Half-Day Lanna Countryside Cycling Tour in Chiang Mai

Do something different in Chiang Mai on this half-day bike tour that takes you outside the city and into the scenic Lanna countryside, where tourists rarely roam. Pedal past rice paddies, wooden stilt homes, and rural villages, following mostly flat and traffic-free backroads that makes this an ideal bike tour for most ages and experience levels. Connect with local culture when you stop at a village school.
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5 hours
from $43.08

Biking And Cooking

Experience cycling, culture, and cuisine on a 10-hour tour from Chiang Mai.  After complimentary hotel pickup, explore the Thai countryside by bike. Cycle through traditional villages and rice fields, before eating lunch at a local resort.  Enjoy a swim in the pool, then head to the local market to buy ingredients for your cooking class. Prepare and eat traditional Thai food in an interactive environment, before returning to your hotel.
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10 hours
from $71.80
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4broomes wrote a review Jan 2020
Versoix, Switzerland1 contribution
We were looking for something to do outside the heat and bustle of the city and this worked a treat. Pick up in the morning was smooth. The location of the bike shop was quite far out of the city at a hotel also run by the owner. Plenty of bikes to choose from. It was interesting to see Thai rural culture by bike and the guide did his best to answer any questions. I wouldn’t recommend this trip if you have young children riding alone as we had to cross a busy dual carriage way - twice. We stopped at a temple (not able to enter), a pre-school, and a wood work factory. Lunch was a small buffet back at the hotel before we were taken back to our hotel. Good trip if you have some extra time in Chiang Mai.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Dave_from_N_Yorks wrote a review Jan 2020
Ripon, United Kingdom48 contributions23 helpful votes
We were collected from Chiang Mai centre and deposited at Chiang Mai airport after the tour. The 5 day tour was mapped out for us. A Garmin handlebar device with the route already loaded made navigation straightforward. There were 3 easy days of 45 km on the flat to start with, before the more challenging latter two days. Routes were generally on quiet roads where cars gave plenty of space to bicycles. We cycled anti-clockwise round Chiang Mai, past tiny hamlets, towns, rice fields, plantations, forest, wooded areas and a large reservoir. The caves were spectacular, the warm sulphur pond busy but worth stopping to swim. Hybrid bikes were well maintained, with padlocks and helmets provided. We didn't need to use any of the 8 puncture repair kits. Lunches and coffee stops were taken at the roadside in small restaurants. Ordering in English was possible with some pointing and description. Dinner was in in the accommodation except Lamphun where we were near the centre. All the accommodation was comfortable and welcoming. Chiang Mai doesn't do twin beds, King size beds for two were the interpretation offered. In preparation, John replied immediately to all questions and deposit and final payment made by paypal. An excellent family holiday with adult children. Do stay at the Little Village after the tour. The final day is 80 km; so relaxing in the pool without having to travel anywhere was very welcome.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Cassandra L wrote a review Oct 2019
Alice Springs, Australia12 contributions1 helpful vote
We had a good day, it was and easy ride, Was not offered helmets but did see them there, Lovely swim in the pool then to Market to buy vegetables for cooking class. Cooking class was a bit basic but the food was nice. The beers were over priced but when on holidays we still had to have a beer with our meal :-). Front guide was great but one down the back didn't let one of our party know when to turn off the end and no one realised she was missing until she had ridden to the highway and back
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Date of experience: October 2019
Joan p wrote a review Jul 2019
Cerdanyola del Valles, Spain42 contributions16 helpful votes
Very good tour. I felt like I was meeting the real and untouched countryside of thailand. The guides where so nice and knew a lot of stufff. I do recomend this tour.
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Hilary W wrote a review Feb 2019
Holywood, United Kingdom25 contributions11 helpful votes
Well done Chiangmai Bicycle! What a great way to spend two days. We were picked up from the airport and brought to Little Village resort in the middle of the countryside outside Chiangmai. We visited the local market and then cooked three delicious dishes for our dinner that evening. We stayed the night at Little Village a small simple resort with a nice pool and very comfy beds! The next morning we cycled through the countryside, flat good quality non busy roads and a great guide. We then had lunch and after lunch we were transported to our new hotel in Chiangmai. All this for approx £75 per person. Highly recommended. Thank you to all.
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Date of experience: February 2019