- City Tours
- English Speaking Guide
- Suitable with Children
Chiang Mai Highlights
This half-day trip is by far the best cycle tour in Chiang Mai and covers the city’s most interesting sights. Spiceroads is a household name in cycle tours in Thailand, and they certainly know everything there is to see within the city walls of Chiang Mai.
Be prepared to see temples, parts of the ancient city and markets with their typical bristling atmosphere. Since a lot of the sights are different from the usual tourist traps in Chiang Mai, you and your friends or family will get to experience a different and more genuine Chiang Man than most visitors.
Why is this the best cycle tour in Chiang Mai?
Spiceroads as an organization has been around since 1995, when it comes to bicycle exploration, they are the best there is, meaning they do everything just a little bit better. What’s more, unlike the more Southern provinces of Thailand, Chiang Mai enjoys a much more temperate climate, ideal for bicycle exploration. Together with the laid-back attitude of the other road users in the city, this truly is the best cycle tour in Chiang Mai.
THE TRIP PROFILE
This cycle tour is suitable for all kinds of riders, including families. You will be using city bikes and cover a distance of approximately 25km (15.5 Miles) on accessible roads without any hills. From your saddle, you will be able to take lots of pictures and take in the scenery as you gently ride by.
THE TRIP HIGHLIGHTS
- Ancient temples and the markets
- The old city wall
- The ancient city of “Wiang Khum Kham”
- Flower market
- The historic Tha Pae Gate
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE TRIP?
- Expect an English-speaking guide
- City Bikes and helmets
- Insurance againt accidents
- Some water and snacks
- Children under 5 years are free of charge
- We consider a child to be between 5 and 11 years old
- Adults are 12 years and older
As you will visit a variety of temples, which are considered a place of worship. Please show the proper respect by wearing a shirt with sleeves and shorts that cover the knees? Alternatively, you can also bring a sarong to wrap yourself in during the