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Sightseeing and bicycling in the night.

If you're looking for an adventurous and fun-filled experience, that will be different and usual from the other activities to do in Bangkok, then look no further and have an amazing experience in the night riding tour cum sightseeing tour on a bicycle. Have a blistering view of the Thai antique railway junction and Airport Rail linkway.

The riding through the 300-400-year-old Klong Saensab canal, see and feel the Victory Monument. Have your energies restored with snacks or refreshments at the Liam Nom Sod. Ride along the way back and observe the beautiful surroundings and things you missed on your way back to the starting point.

The complete tour will be of 4 hours.

The tour will be as follows:

- 7:00 p.m.: Meet up at Airport Rail Link Station (Ramkhamhaeng Station)
- 7:15 p.m.: Start at Ramkhamhaeng Airport Rail Link station. Ride along Thai antique railway junction and Airport Rail Linkway for avoiding traffic jam and across the bridge pass through Klong Saensab canal was built 300-400 years ago.
- 8:00 p.m.: Go to the Victory Monument and drink some water.
- 8:30 p.m.: Stop at Sanam Luang, Wat Phra Kaew and take your time & pics.
- 8:45 p.m.: Liam Nom Sod for drinking or snacks and take some rest.
- 9:30 p.m.: Stop at Giant Swing and see the night view of Bangkok.
- 10:45 p.m.: Ride to Pratunam Junction road through along Saensab Canal to Airport link Huamark Station.
- 11:00 p.m.: Finish our trip at Huamark Airport Rail Link station.

Note: Children aged between 2-12 years will be charged as per child fare.
Children above 12 years will be charged as per the adult fare.


  • Cycling
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  • Sightseeing

Other Inclusions

  • All Admission fees
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  • English speaking guide


  • Including Pickup & Drop

Things To Carry

  • Camera
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  • Sunscreen
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  • Sunglasses
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  • Sports Shoes
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  • Valid ID


  • You must be aged at least 12 to participate
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  • The biking tour stops every hour for a short rest and are suitable for everyone in a good physical condition

Tour Type

  • This is a private tour

Night Biking In Bangkok: Cancellation Policy

  • Non- refundable

Night Biking In Bangkok: Refund Policy

  • The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 business days
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  • All applicable refunds will be done in traveller's thrillophilia wallet as Thrillcash

Night Biking In Bangkok: Booking Confirmation Policy

  • The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 24 hours of successful booking
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  • In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
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  • Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking before confirmation and a full refund will be processed.

Private Tour


  • Cycling
  • Sightseeing
  • English speaking guide

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    People Also Ask About Night Biking In Bangkok

    1. What type of bicycles will we ride?

      You will be getting a mountain bike, specially made for rough roads with lots of suspensions. In addition, you will also receive a helmet for safety purpose. There are also Tagalong bikes provided for tourists, who’d feel less confident with the bicycle rides. It is mostly preferred by children and little ones. To indulge in this unique adventurous ride, tourists can come in loose and comfortable outfits and wearing a sports shoe to get some grip. If you find any difficulty with the bicycle, you can ask the tour guide for help or replace it immediately.

    2. Will we stop at the Victory Monument?

      Yes, of course. You will be riding through the 300-400-year-old Klong Saenab canal, and then you can see and feel the famous Victory Monument. The monument is entirely fascist architecture in design. Historically, this monument was erected in June 1941 to commemorate the Thai victory in the Franco-Thai War. As we know, Victory Monument has emerged as a favourite tourist destination among all kinds of travellers. It is also one of the busiest transportation hubs in Bangkok. The place is encircled with two shopping malls and a night market starting from dusk onwards.

    3. How to reach for Night Biking in Bangkok?

      In Night Biking in Bangkok, the tour starts at Airport Rail Link Station (Ramkhamhaeng Station). To reach the starting point, you can use anyone of the transport services such as buses, cabs, motorbikes, tuk-tuks, boats, BTS sky train, etc. There are also pick up and drop off facilities available on request. To avail the service, you need to give your contact details and other information to the tour operator. He will be arranging a suitable vehicle and send it across to your hotel for transfer. Similarly, after the end of the ride, you will be dropped back to your place safely.

    4. Do I need to be extremely fit to take part in this activity?

      It is absolutely not. There is no need to be extremely fit to indulge in this great cycling ride. Since you will be riding a bicycle with your dear ones, friends, and other like-minded people, it obviously increases your enthusiasm and gives an elated feeling. Here, the cycle is best for its comfort and good condition. Unlike normal cycles, you don’t need to peddle harder or faster as it is more convenient for any beginner. Moreover, there will be rest timing provided at certain points to gain some energy and stamina. Thus, from a small kid to an age-old person, anybody can indulge in this activity and enjoy sightseeing.

    5. What type of food will we get on this tour?

      In this night biking tour, you will be taking a mild food like energy drinks and snacks that can give you enough strength and stamina to peddle rest of the trip. Once you’ve started the ride from Airport Rail Link Station, you will be stopping at Liam Nom Sod for drinking or snacks, and relax for some time with others. However, if you feel tired in the middle, you can very well ask for a break and take some food immediately.

    6. Will we get a chance to explore the Wat Phra Kaew?

      Yes, of course. The tour itinerary includes Wat Phra Kaew along with Sanam Luang. Wat Phra Kaew is famous called as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. At the interior walls, there are murals depicting the jataka stories. Excitingly, it houses Phra Kaeo Morakot (the Emerald Buddha), which is the highly revered Buddha statue carved from a single block of fine jade. Also, it is a potent religious-political symbol and the palladium of Thailand.

    7. What is the total duration of this tour?

      The total duration of this tour is 4 hours. It starts exactly at 7.00 pm in the evening. The participants will be riding along the Thai antique railway junction and airport rail linkway, followed by a move towards Klong Saensab canal, built around 300 – 400 years ago. Next stop is the Victory Monument. Then, you will go to Sanam Luang, Wat Phra Kaew, and stop at Liam Nom Sod. Here, you can have drinks, snacks, and relax. After that, you will visit the Giant Swing to get the night view of Bangkok. Finally, you will stop at other important attractions and conclude the trip once you reach the Huamark Airport Rail Link Station.

    8. Why is Night Biking in Bangkok so famous?

      Night Biking in Bangkok is nothing but an exciting ride with your family and friends. It gives an opportunity to sightsee Bangkok during the night time and enjoy the various places with less traffic. And, this ride is meant for all age-groups; hence, anyone can take part in this activity. In this trip, you can traverse through various historical monuments and other attractions, which depicts the true heritage and tradition of Thailand. In order to make you understand better about Bangkok, there is a tour guide accompanying you throughout the ride.

    9. Will we see Klong Saensab canal?

      Yes, of course. You will be seeing the Klong Saensab canal. It is located at the heart of Thailand, connecting the Chao Phraya River to Prachinburi Province and Chachoengsao. The canal is not only used for water supply but also for transport purposes like express boat service, which is one of the sought-after water rides by tourists. If you look into its area, it covers over 72 km passes through 21 districts and is connected to more than 100 smaller canals.

    10. Will there be an English speaking guide?

      Yes. As a part of the tour, you will be accompanied by an English speaking guide right from the starting place (Phra Nakhon). As there are plenty of attractions and historical places having a huge cultural significance, it is essential to have a tour guide. The dedicated tour guide is well versed in English and communicates all interesting facts and stories in English. If you have any doubts, you can ask them and get clarified immediately. They’re very helpful and guide you whenever necessary.

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