Bangkok Cycle To Luang Prabang - trip start from Bangkok the capital of Thailand to Luang Prabang, the world heritage town. the Crazy traffic in Bangkok doesn’t allow us cycling so we transfer to Ayutthaya to avoid the busy traffic. Cycling and visiting Ayutthaya Historical Temples, the Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park, and especially Sukho Thai (the ancient kingdom of Thai people from 1238-1438 )and the largest city in northern Thailand, to Golden Triangle toward Chiang Khong, enjoy exotic landscapes, stunning sugar cane, and rubber tree plantation. the riders have a great opportunity in exploring breathtaking scenery in North Thailand.


8:00 AM Pick up from your hotel so after bre fast and check out we have to transfer 1 hour and half a or two hours to avoid the busy part of Bangkok city to Ayuthaya, It was the capital for 417 years from 1351 until it was sacked by the Burmese in 1767, We ill start the cycling trip after taking a short time to visit the historical temple to Uthai Thani along the backroad with less traffic. We will have a chance to climb the aka Krong hill for the sunset view over the town and visit the hill hilltop ( if we still have time.) when we reach there. Dinner and overnight in Uthai Thani.


60 km biking.

Meal : lunch, Dinner


The easy day will start with the cycling from the peaceful and quiet resort hidden near the town center crossing a small bridge to the other side of the river follofollowinge Krang River to Chao the Praya river continue cycling along the river on the country road is best the ride to enjoy seeing the REAL Thailand, the countryside, the villages. We stop for lunch in Nakhon Sawan at the restaurant on the riverside overlooking the intersection of Ping the and Nan riverriversbecome Chao Praya River). After we did bicycle we get on the van and transfer to highway 1 to Kamphaeng Phet. Overnight at the Riverside Resort overlooking Ping River.


80km biking.

Meal : Brakfast, lunchLunchner


After the blast at the hotel, the bike will be ready and waiting for you in front of the resort. We cycle to Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park which is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Town of Sukhothai and Associated Historic Towns, from the hotel. We will spend around 1-hour  o discovering the temples, then cycle to lunch. After that, we keep cycling on a quiet countryside road along Ramkhampaeng National Park. We reach  Sukho Thai, founded in 1,238AD was the capital of the Thai empire for 140 years before moving to Ayuthaya. And before we cycle to the hotel we will spend time visiting the temples in Sukhothai Historical Park. Overnight in Sukhothai.


85km biking.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


From the hotel, We cycle through one of the best scenery in rural Thailand. The scenery keeps changing through the sugar cane farm, the villages, the rice field, and the mountain view. Today we have packed lunch as there is no local restaurant in this remote area. After lunch, we transfer to Chaing Mai, The largest city in northern Thailand.Overnight in Chaing Mai


50km biking.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Free to discover Chaing Mai, the city’s beautiful temples and unique sites. The historical capital of the old Lanna Kingdom, Chiang Mai is rich in culture. The Old City – an attraction in itself – hosts most of the best temples, museums, and other interesting sites, with many more just outside the ancient city walls and moat.


0km biking.

Meal: Breakfast


After breakfast, we will pick you up in the morning and we will do a short transfer out of the city. We cycle along the singletrack through a scenic teak forest to our lunch spot at a refreshing waterfall. After lunch, we continue to cycle along a nice country road and the elephant road to our resort in Chiang Dao. Overnight in Chaing Dao.


  • 50km biking.
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Breakfast at the hotel. We start cycling from our resort to the Chiang Dao cave and temple retreat. After that, we continue to cycle Chai Prakan. Today's ride is a real challenge for mountain bikers as we climb some outstanding mountains cut by the local hill tribes. we ride dirt roads through rice fields. Along the way, we will meet Akha, Lisu, and Palaung people. the colorful Palaung are recent migrants and we will see their women adorned with the heavy brass waistband working in the fields. Overnight in the hotel in Chai Prakan.


  • 75km biking.
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


The easy will start after the breakfast at the hotel and we will start our journey. Today‘s ride is flat compared with the next few days. We will ride along the back road through the village where the farmer works in their rice paddies and orchards. Reach Fang for our lunch. In the afternoon we continue riding through the village to Malika. overnight in Malika.


  • 90km biking.
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Breakfast at the hotel. A short transfer from our resort along the main road to the back road and we will start cycling from there. we cycle the remote countryside along with the Kok river, cycle through the small village and a wide variety of crops. Our day will finish at the Wat Rum Khun, Thailand white temple, which is likely the most unique temple in the country. Take a short time to visit and the transfer by the van to our hotel in Chiang Rai. Free and leisure. we highly recommend you pamper yourself with the wonderful Thai massage at the night market in the evening.


  • 81km biking.
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Breakfast at the hotel. We will cycle along undulating with some flat sections passing Rubber plantation, the rice paddies where the water buffalo plow through the field or sowing seed into the earth by the farmer. We will finish our cycling day at the ancient temple in Chaing Saon, south of the golden triangle, jump on the van, and transfer to lodge in the middle of H’MONG village with a spectacular view of the pristine valley. Free to relax or wander through the village to experience the local daily life of the villagers in the community.


  • 80km biking.
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


After breakfast, Another easy day will start downhill from our lodge we will start to cycle along the Mekong river through the tropical Thailand countryside. We will finish at the border of Laos via the bridge. we have to Say Sawadee goodbye’ to Thailand and “Sabaidee “ Laos. We walk to our hotel in the border town.


  • 53km biking.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.


No riding today, after breakfast boarding a boat down the Mekong River, the longest river in Southeast Asia, the 7 longest in Asia, and the 12 longest in the world, which flows from China along the Lao/Burma border, the Thai Lao border before turning east and running through the heart of Laos. The boatman prepares our lunch and we have it on the boat. More relax today and see the countryside lifestyle look out for water buffalo and villagers doing their laundry as well as hundreds of smiling children enjoying the river. Our journey takes around 8 – 9 hours. We finally arrive at the small town called Pakbeng overnight.


  • no Biking, boat trip 8 – 9 hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


After breakfast we cycle from the hotel, riding along the new road, this road was built in 2011 To Hongsa, one district of Sayaboury province but the road is not very busy, after 12 km we will start the first long climb in Laos. lunch pack will be brought and prepared by our guide, we stop for lunch by the road under the tree or at the hut of the local farm on the top of the mountain, after that along downhill will be your award and last easy 30km to Hongsa where we stay overnight.


  • 86 biking.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


After breakfast, we cycle to Sayaboury. the hard day will start with a flat section to warm up the muscle for the big climb. on the way we stop at the local villages to observe their daily life, it is a non-touristic area, and strange for local people to see tourists are riding on bicycles for long distances but they are very friendly and we can stop for a photo at the villages and talk to them. We stop for lunch by the road and transfer by van  to our destination, Sayaboury, known as the home of elephants in the past, it is a non-touristic town in Laos


  • 60 biking.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.


In the morning we will transfer by van from the hotel to Muangnan .and the cycling will start from there to Luang Prabang, the world heritage town. Today ride’ridesentle compare with previous days. we along the Mekong River from Muangnan, through the local and tribal villages along the Mekong River, to Kaung Si waterfall, The falls begin in shallow pools atop a steep hillside. These lead to the main fall of 60-meter meters. take short time to swim to cold down before having lunch and continue to cycle to Luangprabang  End The Tour


  • 80 biking.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.


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Group Size: From 2 to 16 riders

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Laos is a treasure trove of natural and architectural wonders. With a little patience and some time you can see incredible man-made and natural wonders from north to south in the Lao PDR. Don’t miss these top 10 things to see and do.

Wat Xieng Thong

Luang Prabang's best-known monastery is centered on a 1560 sǐm (ordination hall). Its roofs sweep low to the ground and there's a stunning 'tree of life' mosaic set on its western exterior wall. Close by are several stupas and three compact little chapel halls called hŏr. Hŏr Ɖąi, shaped like a tall tomb, houses a standing Buddha. The Hŏr Ɖąi Pha Sai-nyàat, dubbed La Chapelle Rouge – the Red Chapel – by the French, contains a rare reclining Buddha.

Fronted in lavish gilt work, the Hóhng Kép Mîen stores a ceremonial carriage, festooned with red-tongued naga (river serpents) designed to carry the golden funeral urns of Lao royalty.

Pha That Luang

Pha That Luang, Vientiane Laos
Pha That Luang, Vientiane Laos |
Boun That Luang takes place every November, over three days around the full moon. The stupa in Vientiane is the national symbol of Laos and is said to house a piece of Buddha’s breastbone. Thousands of pilgrims gather at That Luang to give offerings to the monks who come from all over Laos. Processions, parties, and a trade show follow. Even if you don’t make it to the festival, the stupa is a sight to behold any time of year. Join the faithful and place offerings of flowers, candles, and incense at the alter, or quietly stroll around the massive enclosed yard.

Vat Phou / Wat Phou

Wat Phou
Along with the Champasak Cultural Landscape, the 5th century Khmer ruins of Wat Phou is the second inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List of Laos. Wat Phou, meaning ‘mountain temple.’ Blended into the surrounding nature, the remains of Wat Phou are dotted all over the mountain face. Oriented toward the east, the ruins have two large reservoirs on either side of a long column-lined road, leading toward the mountains. Past the palace ruins, up a steep staircase, you’ll find the sanctuary with a modern Buddhist shrine and a natural spring considered to be sacred.

Tad Lo

Tad Lo
Tad Lo is 56 miles (90 kilometers) away from the southern town of Pakse. Soak in the visual and aural splendor of the falls or take a dip and cool off from the heat. Three cascades make up the falls: Tad Hang, Tad Lo itself, and Tad Suong. Accommodations are available to spend the night and enjoy the surrounding scenery. Tad Lo is an impressive three-tiered waterfall in Salavan Province. Several guesthouses and restaurants around the falls make it an ideal lunch spot or stopover for trekking, swimming, and tubing. Tad Lo is accessible by bus, motorbike, or as part of a group tour package of the Bolaven Plateau.

Swim in the Mekong at 4000 Islands

French Bridge at Sunset on Don Det
French Bridge at Sunset on Don Det |
Don Det has a beach at its northern tip that doubles as a ferry landing. You can also take a dip in the Mekong, the largest river in Southeast Asia, on either of the two beaches on Don Khon–one by Liphi Falls and one farther south. Easy Go Backpackers Hostel on Don Det has a beach area and Don Som Riverside Guesthouse has a swimming spot on Don Som. If river swimming isn’t your thing and you’d rather lounge by the pool, check out the one by Little Eden Guesthouse at the north end of Don Det or the Blue Lagoon Swimming pool at the southern tip of the island.

Tat Kuang Si

Thirty kilometers southwest of Luang Prabang, Tat Kuang Si is a many-tiered waterfall tumbling over limestone formations into a series of cool, swimmable turquoise pools; the term 'Edenic' doesn't do it justice. When you're not swinging off ropes into the water, there's a public park with shelters and picnic tables where you can eat lunch. Don't miss the Tat Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre, where wild Asiatic moon bears, confiscated from poachers, are given a new lease of life.

Many cheap eateries line the entrance car park at the top end of the Khamu village of Ban Thapene, selling everything from local snacks to grilled chicken and fish.

Visiting Kuang Si by hired motorcycle is very pleasant now that the road here is decently paved and allows stops in villages along the way. By bicycle, be prepared for two long, steady hills to climb. A tuk-tuk from Luang Prabang costs 150,000K for one person, and 50,000K per person in a group of three, so it's best to get a group together. A private minivan will cost 350,000K.

Plain of Jars

Plain of Jars - Site One
Plain of Jars
Plain of Jars’ thousands of mysterious megalithic jars are scattered throughout Xiang Khuang Province in northeastern Laos. Dating from the iron age, the oldest jars go back to 500 BC. The largest “King Jar” is at Site 1 and the longest jar is at Site 2. It’s possible to hire a guide to take you on a trek from Site 2, which is behind a rice paddy to Site 3, which is in the forest on top of a hill. The leading theory suggests these stone vessels were used in burial rituals. Evidence suggests that bodies were distilled in the jars until only bones remained. The bones were then removed and interred in a ceramic jar or on the ground. Nine of the 90 sites containing jars have been cleared of UXOs, so stick to the established routes and bring a guide out trekking with you.

Kuang Si Falls

Kuang Si Falls
Kuang Si Falls |
In the north of Laos lies Luang Prabang, a portion of the old town that is a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. Ride or cycle to Kuang Si or Tad Saw waterfalls, take a boat cruise down the Mekong river, and eat local Lao or fantastic French food at one of the restaurants in town. This former royal capital is home to some of the most elaborate and best-preserved temples in the country. Visit the Royal Palace and the watermelon-shaped Wat Wisunarat or hike up Mount Phousi for sunrise or sunset.

Tour Cost Includes:

  • MTB Bikes for complete Tour and helmet
  • Accommodation in tour - 14 nights
  • All Meals B = Breakfast , L = Lunch , D = Dinner
  • Lunch in Midway restaurant/City Restaurant or Pack Lunch
  • Mechanic throughout the tour
  • Boat trip, local ferry in tour
  • Back up AC vehicle for the complete tour ( Bus, + Truck for the group )
  • English speaking Local Guide - Cum biking guide
  • Fresh Fruits/Snacks (Only Cycling Part)
  • Unlimited filter water during cycling (Only Cycling Part)
  • All road and transport taxes
  • Driver Allowance
  • Toll and Parking charges
  • 10% Government Taxe

Tour Cost Excludes:

  • International flight tickets, visa
  • Accommodation in Bangkok and Luang Prabang
  • Other personal expenses
  • Tips and Gratitude
  • Travel insurance
  • Any Hard and Soft Drinks with meals

Travel Information

Bikes: Trek MTB Bikes

Bike Hire: Includes on Tour Cost. You may bring your bikes, but in this case, let us know in advance. Other equipment provided: Pedals, helmet, water bottles.


Accommodation is offered at all locations. Most of the hotels are Culture Resort, Home-stay, guesthouse, Eco Resorts & family-run hotels - all with a common line of quality in service. Our costs are based on a 'twin-sharing' foundation. For those who want a single room, we offer a single room, but at an extra cost.


The landscape is a mountain, biking through the village streets, fields, fruits garden, local ferry, and monkey bridges


The annual monsoon cycles that affect all of mainland Southeast Asia produce a ‘dry and wet monsoon climate’ with three basic seasons for most of Laos. The southwest monsoon arrives in Laos between May and July and lasts into November.
The monsoon is followed by a dry period (from November to May), beginning with lower relative temperatures and cool breezes created by Asia’s northeast monsoon (which bypasses most of Laos), lasting until mid-February. Exceptions to this general pattern include Xieng Khuang, Hua Phan, and Phongsali Provinces, which may receive rainfall coming from Vietnam and China during April and May.
Rainfall varies substantially according to latitude and altitude, with the highlands of Vientiane, Bolikhamsai, Khammuan, and eastern Champasak Provinces receiving the most.
Temperatures also vary according to altitude. In the humid, low-lying Mekong River valley, temperatures range from 15°C to 38°C, while in the mountains of Xieng Khuait can drop to 0°C at night.
When to go
The best time for visiting most of Laos is between November and February when it rains the least and is not too hot. It’s also Laos’s main season for both national and regional bun (festivals).
If you plan to focus on the mountainous northern provinces, the hot season (from March to May) and the early rainy season (around June) are not bad either, as temperatures are moderate at higher elevations. Southern Laos, on the other hand, is best avoided from March to May, when daytime temperatures break into the 40s and nights aren’t much cooler.
The rainy season is not as bad as you might think. While it will rain – very heavily – the downpours are often fairly brief and can be bracketed by long periods of sunshine. The rains also clear dust from the skies and land, making everything clearer and brighter. Of course, there are downsides; unsealed roads can become quagmires, and extensive travel in remote areas like Salavan, Phongsali, and Sainyabuli might be impossible. River travel can be a good alternative during these months. If you intend to travel extensively by river, November is the best; flooding has usually subsided yet river levels are still high enough for maximum navigability. Between January and June, low water can make navigating some rivers difficult.
December to February and August are the peak tourist times. January, in particular, is very busy and booking ahead is advisable.

Transportation/Support Vehicles

All transport is involved in the cost. We provide a backup vehicle at all times during a cycling trip. The vehicle can be used to boat your baggage & yourself as required.


Food is a very essential part of these trips. We make sure that the meals we offer are method delicious unless you ask for dull meals. You are also permitted the choice of veggie or non-vegetarian meals. We suggest that you consume only the canned standard water. Please make sure that the container is enclosed.

What to bring

  • Footwear
  • Bike shoes
  • Helmet
  • Pedal
  • Water Bottle
  • Sun cream lotion
  • Relaxed shoes for walking
  • Shoes for other sightseeing
  • Socks


  • In Laos, the conventional outfit is more traditional. We counsel you to prevent very short shorts/skirts and limited tops/tanktops when viewing small non-urban places, pagodas, temples, mosques, or other sacred sites as this may limit your access.
  • Water-resistant jacket.
  • Riding bike equipment like safety gloves and shorts.


  • Torch
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Eyewear, cap
  • Sun lotion of spSPFt at least 35
  • Individual Bike riding equipment like bar finishes, pedals, chairs, and headgear
  • Helmets for riding a bike


Malaria is an avoidable disease that can create trouble if neglected. One can prevent disease by taking recommended anti-malarial drugs and defending against insect attacks. The areas you will be passing are Malaria-free. Make sure that your insurance provider includes illnesses and injuries overseas.


  • Bring all the important medications and OTC medications. Do not ignore to have the brands as well as the general titles of the medications one needs to have.
  • Use a sun hat when revealed.
  • Consume a lot of liquids. Don't drink tap water. Use only bottled water which is always kept in the back of your automobile.
  • Bring your medical kit and pest resilience.
  • To avoid fungus and parasitic attacks, keep legs clean and dry, and do not go without shoes.
  • Do not eat food bought from road providers.
  • Do not drink drinks with ice.
  • Do not eat milk products unless it is known that they have been pasteurized.
  • Prevent managing creatures (especially apes, pets, and cats) to avoid attacks and serious illnesses.

Medical Information Update

Details given above are liable to change now and then and one should contact the Native Lao tasks of the specific country or the government vacationer offices for more details.


You will get possibilities en route to do a bit of purchasing. However unless particularly requested, our guide will not suggest any particular store. Neither we nor our driver/guides take any percentage on purchasing.

Spending Money

Every visitor will have different cash specifications and varying personal costs. Please assess your spending routines while enabling for beverages, purchasing, and falling. Also keep aside cash for extra costs like:

  • Foods that are not included
  • Emergencies
  • Optionally available activities /additional sightseeing
  • Shopping/Souvenirs/Tips

Foreign Exchange

As Laos currency value tends to go up and down, refer to the following website for daily return rates:

Airport Taxes

There is no airport terminal or leaving taxation from any airport terminal in Laos.

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