Ost Thailand Tour Tour G National Parks and beaches

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  • Duration: 11 days / 10 nights
  • Cycling days: 8 stages
  • Tour starts: Bangkok
  • Tour finishes: Jomtien Beach
  • Accommodation on last day: Book a hotel
  • Total cycling distance: 823 kilometers
Included services: Overnights, breakfast, insurance, minibus with luggage trailer, repair & maintenance, bike jersey, drinking bottle 0.75 l, SBT backpack, electrolyte beverage and drinking water, fruits, tour pictures, five star all-round service.

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4. Mar / 14. Mar

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map with route Bangkok, Pak Chong, Khao Yai,  Prachinburi, Sa Kaeo, Poi Pet, Koh Chang, Chantaburi, Rayong

East Thailand's National Parks and beaches

National Park Khao Yai – Thai winery – Koh Chang island – coastal ride along the Gulf of Thailand.
11 days, 10 nights, 1 rest day
8 stages from 50–146 km (31–90 miles), Total 840 km (521 miles)


  • Pulsating metropolitan Bangkok
  • Khao Yai National Park
  • Rest day in Koh Chang island
  • Diverse scenery
  • 823 kilometres total cycling distance

Description of Tour G: East Thailand Tour PDF


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
boats on river of floating market in Bangkok
Floating market in Bangkok
boat on river in front of temple at sunset
River cruise at sunset

1st stage: Warm up round in Khao Yai National Park, 50 km (31 miles), rolling

After enjoying a magnificent breakfast buffet, we leave Bangkok in a comfortable minibus in a north-eastern direction. After approximately 2 hours we will reach Pak Chong, the starting point of our first stage. Pak Chong is regarded as the gateway to the northeast of Thailand (Isaan), and is located at the border of the oldest Thai National Park, Khao Yai.

After we have sorted and fitted our bikes, we tour the area on our bikes. We take a stop at wine-growing estate in PB valley, where we are treated to we will a delicious glass of wine and aperitifs.

hotel swimming pool
Large swimmingpool in scenic landscape
winery in front of mountains
Winery in PB Valley

2nd stage: Pak Chong–Prachinburi, 110 km (69 miles), 700 m ascent

Today we cross the Khao Yai National Park, established in 1962. The 2168 km2 park crosses into various provinces including  Nakhon Nayok, Saraburi, Nakhon Ratchasima and Prachinburi. The evergreen foliage of the Park's forest creates the natural border between the plains of central Thailand and the high plateau of the Isaan.

The Khao Yai National Park has been awarded with the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Status as a unique nature reserve. We spend the night in the beautiful Thawaravadee Resort.

view of lush forested mountains
View of lush, evergreen forests of the national park
cyclist group in front of sign in Khao Yai National Park
Group picture at Khao Yai National Park

3rd stage: Prachinburi–Sa Kaeo, 77 km (48 miles), flat

This morning we take some time to enjoy the facilities offered at the Thawaravadee Resort. We start cycling after lunch along a route that takes us through a varied agricultural landscapes. 

The century long influence of Khmer culture is still feasible on buildings.

Wealthily adorned temple
Stunning Buddhist temple
cyclists group in front of red leafy tree
Splendid colour play of nature

4th stage: Sa Kaeo–Soi Dao, 146 km (91 miles), rolling

We cycle along the Cambodian border towards the province of Chantaburi in the direction of the Gulf of Thailand. This province is one of the most fertile regions of Thailand. Huge tapioca and sugarcane fields cover the landscape. Bizarre limestone formations stick out of the ground. 

We stay overnight at Soi Dao Highland Golf Club & Resort where you will enjoy a marvellous view of the beautiful mountains of the Kitchakut National Park.

large tapioca and sugar cane fields
Huge tapioca and sugar cane paddies
swimming pool and golf course in idyllic surounding
Swimmingpool and golf course within idyllic scenery

5th stage: Soi Dao–Koh Chang island, 135 km (84 miles), rolling, two slopes

We ride along an impressive dam and then ride quite a distance enjoying the colourful flora and fauna of the region. This image is set to remain us for a long distance. Gradually, our noses catch the salty odour of the nearby Gulf of Thailand.

At Laem Ngop we board the ferry to travel to Koh Chang or "elephant island", named after it's shape. Here, we spend the next two nights at a gorgeous beach resort.

four cyclists on long road in green landscape
Long roads with low traffic through green scenery on the way to the coast
car ferry in sea
With anticipation ready for the passage to Koh Chang

Rest day in Koh Chang island

palm trees and white sand beach with tourists in the sea
Recreation at the sea on white sand beach with palm trees

Spend the day enjoying the white sandy beach and swimming in the warm tropical seas. Koh Chang is Thailand's 2nd biggest island right after Phuket island but has kept its natural beauty and simplicity. The majority of the island is covered by untouched rainforest.

pool facility directly at the sea
Beautiful pool facility in our resort directly at the sea
sunset over the sea with swimming people and a sailboat
Experience a romantic sunset at the sea

6th stage: Koh Chang–Chanthaburi, 101 km (63 miles) rolling

We enjoy the fresh morning breeze on the ferry as we cross back to the mainland to start our journey on to Chanthaburi, the city of gem dealers. This region is famous for the rich variety of fruits, delicious and sweet. 

We stay overnight in the elegant Maneechan Sports Resort where we can enjoy the wellness centre and the beautiful swimming pool.

view of Koh Chang from the sea
View back of Koh Chang island
four cyclists leave the car ferry
Leaving the ferry with anticipation of the coming stage

7th stage: Chantaburi–Rim Pae / Rayong, 102 km (63 miles)

Today’s stage leads us along the coast trough colourful fruit plantations to Rayong's Novotel Rim Pae Resort. 

This outstanding hotel, located directly on the beach, fulfils all your dreams. We spend the evening enjoying the relaxed atmosphere by the sea.

cyclists group on road through green plantations
Ride through green plantations
beautiful hotel facility directly at the sea
Wonderful hotel facility with direct access to the beach and sea

8th stage: Rim Pae / Rayong–Jomtien Beach, 102 km (64 miles), flat

We ride on the beautiful coastal road to Rayong, with the sea always in our view. We cross the industrial zone of Map Ta Phut, where the roads are in a surprisingly perfect conditions for cyclists. 

Afterwards we ride to the Silverlake vineyard and then on to our 4* hotel at Jomtien, where a refreshing welcome drink will be waiting for you. The resort boast a huge pool with a private beach. We enjoy the last dinner together in this cosy atmosphere.

cyclists group on road in front of banana plants
Ride along the coast
beautiful four star hotel facility with private beach at Jomtien Beach
Beautiful 4-star hotel facility with private beach

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