The Perfect Balance Of Activity And Relaxation
redspokes' Southern Thailand cycling holiday from Bangkok to Phuket is the perfect balance of activity and relaxation. Our tour begins in Bangkok with a fascinating city tour by bike. Following quiet streets, we gain an insight into the life and history of the vibrant Thai capital.
We transfer to Pretchuap Khiri Khan where our coastal cycling trip begins. Our route follows quiet, well surfaced roads and tracks as we ride to unspoiled beaches and cycle through fishing village communities. There are plenty of opportunities to swim, sunbathe and enjoy fine Thai cuisine along the way. We cycle through rubber plantations, coconut groves and jungle enjoying picturesque scenery not least of all, spectacular views of the Kho Sok national park. There is little to disturb the tranquillity of our journey.
Having cycled along the Gulf of Thailand we take a boat trip from the mainland sailing off through karst cliffs to Koh Noi Island, passing in and out of small harbours. Despite its proximity to one of Thailand's premier tourist attractions Koh Yao Noi remains beautiful and unspoiled.
Our island hop continues to the popular destination of Phuket with its famous white sandy beaches along the waters of the Andaman Sea. After cycling across the island, we can celebrate the end of our South Thailand ride with a dip in the sea and sunset drinks.
Incorporating popular Thai destinations and unspoiled landscapes, the redspokes South Thailand holiday combines the pleasures of a sunny getaway with scenic cycling. Almost the entire route will be on quiet back roads and tracks avoiding the busy Thai highways. During the trip we will cycle a distance of approximately 629km.
Dates & Prices
- Bangkok: city cycle tour.
- Unspoiled beaches, fishing village communities.
- Rubber plantations, coconut groves, jungle scenery.
- Island hopping.
- Kho Sok National park.
"I cannot think of anything negative to say about cycling around south Thailand. It never felt like we were in a rush or being pushed from A-B. There were varying..."