A fascinating bicycle journey through a Muslim community and onward to Old Customs House, which is beautifully located right on the riverside. Here we take a moment to enjoy, what used to be, the first stop for travellers and merchants entering Bangkok from abroad. Next, we weave through the maze of small, vibrant and bustling streets in Bangkok’s Chinatown to witness the diverse cultures that make up this densely-populated part of the capital.
From Chinatown, we continue towards the river to get some cool air and absorb the sights and smells of the flower & vegetable markets.
We then cross the mighty Chao Phraya river by ferry and dock at one of the most beautiful temples of Bangkok, Wat Arun. We continue our journey by exploring the historic Thonburi side of the river and make a stop at the picturesque Princess Mother Memorial Park. The park which has many beautiful flower gardens and the occasional exhibition for you to enjoy during a short leisurely break. Before we start backtracking to the starting point we encounter yet another dimension to the diverse tour. Wat Prayoon and Wat Kalayanamitr are lesser known temples than Wat Arun yet they are equally impressive.