Bangkok – Phuket Tour A Coastal tour

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  • Tour grade:
    40%
  • Duration: 10 days / 9 nights
  • Cycling days: 8 stages
  • Tour starts: Bangkok
  • Tour finishes: Phuket (Siam Bike Tours Shop)
  • Accommodation on last day: Book a hotel
  • Total cycling distance: 807 kilometers
Included services: Overnights incl. breakfast, insurance, minibus with luggage trailer, repair & maintenance service, team bike jersey, team wallet, team back pack, drinking bottle 0.75 l, isotonic drinks, drinking water, fruits, tour pictures for download, five star all-round service.

Dates 2017

5. Aug / 14. Aug
4. Nov / 13. Nov
9. Dec / 18. Dec

Dates 2018

17. Feb / 26. Feb
31. Mar / 9. Apr
14. Apr / 23. Apr
12. May / 21. May
7. Jul / 16. Jul
4. Aug / 13. Aug
8. Dec / 17. Dec

We are glad to receive your questions about our tours, making individual appointments and Siam Bike Tours in general.

Map with route Bangkok Phuket

Our popular coastal tour

An exotic road bike journey on traffic deserted roads along the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea, going from Bangkok to the island of Phuket in the south of Thailand. This trip is full of variety as we pass lush plantations, green rice paddies, magnificent temple sites, as well as tropical jungle and bizarre limestone karsts. We ride mostly on roads that are practically traffic deserted, directly the coastline where we experience lots of traditional villages. Most stages finish at beautiful beaches, perfect for swimming and relaxing. Enthusiastic cyclists and culture lovers of all ages, this is the cycling tour for you! All accommodation is in beautiful hotels, often located directly by the seaside and most boasting a swimming pool.

8 stages from 63 to 140 km (39 to 86 miles), Total 807 km (498 miles)
10 days, 9 nights, 1 rest day in Chumphon

Highlights

  • Pulsating metropolis Bangkok
  • Wonderful beaches
  • Stunning landscapes
  • One rest day at the sea
  • Two oceans
  • 807 kilometres total cycling distance

Description of Tour A: Bangkok–Phuket PDF

Bangkok

Bangkok, the pulsating metropolis of Thailand, offers uncountable choices for excursions, including temple visits, palaces, klongs, museums. With all the  culinary treats that one could desire and a true shoppers' paradise. There is the opportunity to visit the huge Chatuchak weekend market on the Saturday before the tour starts. We recommend that you stay a couple of days before the road bike tour in Bangkok. We are happy to help you book your accommodation in Bangkok and can provide you with further information as required.

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Information evening before tour start

We stay in the 4* hotel Majestic Grande on Sukhumvit Road in the heart of Bangkok. In the evening, we welcome you in the hotel lobby, where you will receive all information regarding the tour, as well as interesting details about your host country. Afterwards we will hand over the team jerseys to all participants. 

Buddhist temple
Temple in Bangkok
View from the Vertigo Bar in Bangkok
View from the Vertigo Bar
River cruise at sunset
River cruise at sunset

1st stage: Phetchaburi (Start) to Hua Hin, 73 km (45 miles), flat

We leave Bangkok in a comfortable minibus in the direction of Phetchaburi. The outward drive from the heart of Bangkok to our start location takes about 1,5 hours. Our starting stage rolls along flat side roads down the coast to Cha-Am, where we rest for lunch.

We ride the last miles to Hua Hin along low traffic main roads. Hua Hin is Thailand's eldest sea side resort and welcomes us with plenty of good restaurants, shops, and a 5 km (3 miles) long white sandy beach. In the afternoon we will check in to our hotel and refresh ourselves in the big pool.

Rice paddies with palm trees
Rice paddies with palm trees
Cyclist group on flat road
Flat warmup stage

2nd stage: Hua Hin to Prachuap Khiri Khan, 119 km (74 miles), flat

After a delicious breakfast, we drive the first 13 km (8 miles) on the main road, and then continue riding on very smooth rural roads where plenty of shrimp farms shape the country side. We cross the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park and head towards the sleepy town of Prachuap Khiri Khan.

We arrive on the  seaside promenade and ride on to our hotel located directly by the sea. In the evening we have the opportunity to enjoy plenty of fine local specialties.

Cyclist group in front of steep rockwall
Ride through the Khao Sam Roo Yod national park
Runrise at the sea
Sunrise

3rd stage: Prachuap Khiri Khan to Haad Baan Krut, 63 km (39 miles)

We ride along good quality side roads, and then continue on the main road. We then leave this road and ride the last 15 km (9 miles) back on side roads to the beach of Haad Ban Krut – our finishing point for the day’s stage. The tiny village is one of Thailand’s hidden gems.

At the end of the idyllic beach, perfect for swimming, is a very nice hilltop temple site. Here, we enjoy the view over the enchanting bay and the surrounding area covered by green foliage. The resort is located directly on the dreamlike sandy beach, beckoning us to relax, also features two lovely pools in jungle settings and a stunning spa offering excellent Thai massage.

Sand beach with sunbeds and sunshades at the sea
Sandy beach to relax
Buddhist temple
Temple

4th stage: Haad Baan Krut to Chumphon, 122 km (76 miles), rolling

We cycling this slightly undulating stage on side roads rich in variety. We pass many plantations, rice paddies and palm tree groves. In the little villages we are always greeted with a heartily “Hello's”.

The beach of Ao Thung Wua Laen is our finishing point for the day and is located 15 km (9 miles) outside of Chumphon.

Fishing boats at shore
Fishing boats
Oil palms with sea view
Oil palms with sea view

Recreation by wellness and massage

Thai woman enjoys wellness massage
Recreation by wellness and massage

The rest day offers the opportunity to sleep in, relax or stay by the hotel pool. Nature lovers prefer the white sandy beach and the warm sea water. Later on, treat yourself to a massage.

Those with energy can enjoy an additional cycle. Chumphon is considered as the door to the south of Thailand and therefore offers plenty of areas to explore. Or just enjoy the day at this beautiful beach, which is another hidden gem.

Sunbeds with sunshades on the beach with sea view
White sand beach
Long sand beach
Insider tip beach

5th stage: Chumphon to Ranong, 140 km (86 miles), rolling

After 16 km (10 miles) we arrive in Chumphon, the capital of the province. The road then gets a bit steeper, and more undulating. We pass splendid fruit orchards and tall palm trees with fan like tops. On the way, we will taste local Dim Sum specialties. We pass the the Isthmus of Kra, the narrowest part of the Malaysian peninsular. 

Ranong is located on the Indian Ocean. Here we check in to the hotel that offers hot spa/ thermal pools and a swimming pool. The thermal waters are reknowned for their healing effects. We can unwind in the hot water pools or in the pool outside, and even have a massage at the wellness facility.

Cyclist group on country road
Road with slight slopes
Group bathing in waterfall
Refreshing bath under waterfall

6th stage: Ranong to Kuraburi, 127 km (78 miles), rolling

With ride on from Ranong on flat roads, with our sights set along on the rain forest. The last miles towards our stage finishing point take in a rise up a slope to our hotel located like an oasis in the middle of the jungle.

The beautiful resort is set in a splendid garden with a small lake and a swimming pool that invite us to a refreshing bath. We let the feeling of the evergreen rain forest sink in.

Elephant loaded with luggage
Elephant as means of transportation
Resort at lake in front of green scenery
Beautiful resort with lake in the jungle

7th stage: Kuraburi to Khao Lak, 74 km (46 miles), rolling

Today's stage begins with a descent through rubber plantations, coconut groves and little villages to Takuapa. After Takuapa, we will reach the coast of the Andaman Sea. Khao Lak is located at the foot of the lush green Lamru National Park.

The resort's swimming pool and the beautiful white sandy beach invites us for a swim. Jungle fans can explore the National Park on the back of an elephant.

Water buffalos in river
Water buffalo
Swimming pool with water splashing statues surrounded with palm trees
Recovery inside swimmingpool under palm trees

8th stage: Khao Lak to Phuket, 88 km (55 miles), rolling

We will ride to our finishing point on Phuket Island on the main road. After 55 km (34 miles), we cross the famous Sarasin bridge and reach the biggest island of Thailand. The exiting journey finally ends at the Siam Bike Tours Shop in Choeng Thale (Laguna).

Proud of our achievement, but a little melancholy that this unique road bike tour is already over, we lift our glasses with a refreshing drink to propose a toast to the tour.

Cyclist on the Sarasin bridge views the sea
Crossing the Sarasin bridge to Phuket
Arrival of cyclist group in Phuket
Arrival of cyclist group in Phuket
Group picture of Siam Bike Tours' participants
Successful participants of an experience rich road bike tour

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