Bangkok – Phuket Tour A Plus

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  • Tour grade:
  • Duration: 14 days / 13 nights
  • Cycling days: 10 stages
  • Tour starts: Bangkok
  • Tour finishes: Phuket
  • Accommodation on last day: Book a hotel
  • Total cycling distance: 977 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, 3 times dinner in Bangkok, Prachuap and Kuraburi, Bangkok City bike tour, canoe tour in Khao Sok, boat trip Phang Nga Bay, Minibus transfer to Phetchaburi, National Park fees.

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Dates 2018

13. Oct / 26. Oct

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Our popular coastal tour with Khao Sok loop

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 down 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.

Stunning journey along the coast from the City of Angels to the Pearl of the Andaman Sea.

10 stages from 63–140 km (44–86 miles), Total Cycling Distance 977 km (607 miles)
14 days, 13 nights, 2 days of rest


  • Pulsating metropolitan Bangkok
  • Bangkok City bike tour
  • Wonderful beaches
  • Stunning landscapes
  • Two days of rest
  • Two Oceans
  • National Parks Khao Sok and Khao Lak
  • Canoe tour Khao Sok and boat tour Phang Nga Bay
  • 977 km (607 miles) total cycling distance

Description Tour A Plus: Bangkok–Phuket 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 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.

1st day: Arrival to Bangkok

The participants check in to their rooms in the 4* hotel on Sukhumvit Road in the heart of Bangkok. In the evening we welcome you in the hotel lobby. You will receive all the information regarding the tour, as well as interesting details about your host country. Afterwards we will hand over the team jersey to all participants, followed by the opportunity to get know each other over dinner. 

2nd day: Bangkok city bike tour

After lunch, we meet at the hotel lobby for an excursion to the original Bangkok City. We ride on city bikes through narrow streets and past colourful markets. After visiting a Buddhist Temple we cross the majestic Chao Phraya river by boat. On Pak Kret Island we dive into a completely different Bangkok with lots of plantations and green jungle. At approximately 5 PM we start the short journey back to the hotel. The evening is yours, to enjoy at your own leisure. Prepare yourself for the unique culinary variety of Bangkok's gourmet world.

Buddhist temple - Bangkok
Temple in Bangkok
Cycling tour Bangkok, Pak Kret Island
Cycling tour Bangkok, Pak Kret Island
River cruise at sunset
River cruise at sunset

1st stage: Bangkok–Phetchaburi–Hua Hin, 73 km (45 miles), flat

We leave Bangkok in a comfortable minibus in the direction of Phetchaburi, for a 1.5 hour drive to the start location. For our starting stage, we roll along the flat side roads along the shoreline to Cha-Am, where we rest for lunch.

For the last miles to Hua Hin we ride along the lightly trafficked main roads. Hua Hin is Thailand's oldest seaside 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 at 5* Hua Hin Hilton Resort & Spa and refresh ourselves in the big pool.

rice paddy with palm tree
Rice paddies with palm trees
cyclists group
Bike group heading to Hua Hin

2nd stage: Hua Hin–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.

Ride through the Sam Roi Yot National Park
Ride through the Sam Roi Yot National Park
beach with lots of fishing boats
View from hotel in Prachuap

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

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.

Here, we enjoy the view over the enchanting bay and  the surrounding green forest. The resort is located directly on the fantastic, dreamlike sandy beachside, inviting us to relax.

sand beach with sunbeds and sunshades at the sea
Sandy beach to relax
Buddhist temple facility
Glorious temple

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

We cycle this slightly rolling stage on side roads rich in variety, passing many plantations, rice paddies and palm tree groves. In the little villages we are always greeted with  heartily “Hellos”.

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

cyclists group passing a temple facility
Bike group passing a temple facility
oil palm trees with sea view and rock islands
Sea view

Rest & Recreation in Chumphon

Thai lady enjoys wellness massage
Recreation with wellness and massage

The rest day offers us the opportunity to sleep in, relax or stay by the hotel pool. Nature lovers may prefer the white sandy beach and the warm sea.

Later on treat yourself to a massage! Those with energy can enjoy an additional ride in the area.

Chumphon is considered as the door to the South of Thailand and therefore there are plenty of places to explore. Or you can enjoy the day on this beautiful beach, which is another hidden gem!

white sand beach and crystal clear water
White sand beach
beautiful resort pool facility
Pool facility at our resort

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

After 15 km (9 miles) we arrive in Chumphon, the capital of the province. The road then gets a bit steeper, rolling and winding through splendid fruit orchards and tall palm trees with fan like tops. On the way, we will taste the local Dim Sum specialities. We pass the Isthmus of Kra, the narrowest part of the Malaysian peninsular.

Ranong, our destination for the day is located on the Indian Ocean. Here we check in to the hotel which offers a hot spa, thermal pools and a swimming pool where we can unwind. The thermal waters are highly regarded for their healing effects. The wellness facility invites us to a well-earned massage.

green and yellow Dim Sum delicacies
Dim Sum break
waterfall in the jungle
Refreshing under a waterfall

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

We gently make our way on flat roads, with our view set on the rain forest in the distance. We climb for the last miles up to the stage finishing point where our hotel is located like an oasis in the middle of the jungle.

The beautiful resort is set in a splendid garden with a little lake and a swimming pool inviting us for a refreshing bath. We let the feeling of the evergreen rain forest sink in.

cyclists group on tour
Bike group heading to Kuraburi
resort at lake in front of green scenery
Beautiful resort with lake near the jungle

7th stage: Kuraburi–Khao Sok National Park, 86 km (53 miles), gently rolling, final ascent

Our stage begins today with a descent winding through rubber plantations, coconut groves and little villages. After 35 km (22 miles) we reach the quiet main road to Khao Sok. Shortly before the stage ends, a 5 km (3.2 miles) long ascent leads us right through the jungle into the National Park. After enjoying a short descent we reach today’s final destination.

We move into our nice bungalows for a refreshing shower. As part of the program we will go to the nearby river for a canoe tour where we pass by bizarre limestone rocks and dense jungle. The Khao Sok National Park is famous for its huge variety of plants and wildlife, such as bears, leopards and tigers.

cyclists group passing limestone rocks
Ascend to Khao Sok National Park
canoeing group on a river
Canoeing through the jungle

8th stage: Khao Sok–Phang Nga, 81 km (50 miles), gently rolling

For the first 40 km (25 miles), we ride on the quiet main road to Phanom. We carry on through limestone rocks topped with jungle vegetation. Pedalling on a beautiful rural road, we reach Thap Put where we spend the next coming 2 days at the 5* Resort Borsaen Villa, located near Phang Nga, the provincial capital.

Every participant stays in an exclusive villa with private pool. This unique resort is nestled in a scenic park, where you have the choice of relaxing, wellness treatment or a minigolf tournament.

cyclists in Khao Sok National Park
Passing limestone mountains
cyclists group in Khao Sok
Nice minor road to Thap Put

Rest day and boat trip to Phang Nga Bay

The extravagant resort makes this rest day a special delight. In the afternoon we glide in longboats through a world of stony isles, overgrown with lush green vegetation. The Phang Nga Bay national marine park is well-known for its unspoilt mangrove landscape.

The rock formations are famous from the James Bond movie "The man with the golden gun", giving the trip it's name as the “James Bond Island Tour”.

Bor Saen Resort in Phang Nga
Borsaen Villa Resort
Phang Nga Bay with James Bond Island
Phang Nga Bay

9th stage: Phang Nga–Khao Lak, 75 km (47 miles), gently rolling, 1 long ascent

We retrace our steps back to Thap Put along a gently inclined road that twists and turns through the thick jungle. After the descent, a rolling rural road leads us through a wonderful tropical landscape to the shore of the Andaman Sea. The hotel is situated on the seafront of Nang Thong Beach.

mountain pass through the jungle with cyclists
Mountain pass with lush scenery
sand beach in Khao Lak
Sand beach of Khao Lak

10th stage: Khao Lak–Phuket island, 90 km (56 miles), rolling / flat

We ride to today’s finishing point on the main road towards Phuket. After 55 km (34 miles) we cross the famous Sarasin Bridge, and reach Thailand's biggest island. The exciting journey finally ends at the Siam Bike Tours Shop in Choeng Thale (Laguna).

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

cyclists on Sarasin bridge viewing the sea
Crossing Sarasin bridge to Phuket
arrival of cyclists group to Phuket
Welcome to Phuket island

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