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Get Lost in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand

Experience hosted by Chutayaves

5.5 hoursHosted in English
Committed to safety
This host committed to Airbnb’s COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Up to 6 people
Includes food, drinks, and equipment

What you'll do

Join us to discover Bangkok’s hidden alleys and sample amazing street food by bicycle. We'll explore together the narrow alleys of old Bangkok that we've discovered while cycling, on a beautiful "tokyobike"—a classic and stylish urban bicycle. We will also stop and eat at some of my favorite street vendors, where you will not find any other tourists eating.
Other things to note
Please don't wear spandex; this is a night to be stylish! Bring your camera for photos, and don't forget to bring a reusable water bottle.

What's included

  • Food
    Street food. Drinks & sugar-rush stop
  • Drinks
    We will have a cup of coffee or tea at our cafe pre-ride and conclude with...
  • Equipment
    Bike rental and helmets

Meet your host, Chutayaves

Host on Airbnb since 2014
  • 20 Reviews
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We are a team of architect/chef and scuba instructor from Bangkok. We are both cyclists and food lovers who adore exploring every nook and cranny of the cities we travel to. We ride in Bangkok daily.
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From $102
/ person
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Where you'll be

Have you ever wondered where those little alleys lead to when you walk past them, but you're a bit too intimidated to investigate further? We will venture deep inside them in an old section of Bangkok.

Rated 4.85 out of 5 from 20 reviews.

Graeme
January 2018
Chuta has expert knowledge of both the history and places in Bangkok. We rode through alleys it would never have occurred to us to go through and got to try food from a few of the less touristy eateries. The tour was fun and educational, and the team looked after us well and were very accommodating during a couple of unplanned incidents. Highly recommended!
Chuta has expert knowledge of both the history and places in Bangkok. We rode through alleys it would never have occurred to us to go through and got to try food from a few of the…
Ievgen
December 2017
Chuta is an amazing person to chat with - his knowledge in countless areas & living experiences around the globe make him an artist of his own kind - whatever u ask there will be a decent answer / his own spicy opinion. We had some nice local food in town as well. His bikes deserve another review - operating a local bike shop & customs studio the guy knows how the Citybike should look like. And he rides one too ;)
Chuta is an amazing person to chat with - his knowledge in countless areas & living experiences around the globe make him an artist of his own kind - whatever u ask there will be a…
Ian
December 2017
Chuta: excellent guide, has been around the world, so he speaks to Thai history and architecture through a global lens. Bikes and Safety: the bikes are well made and maintained. They require you to wear a helmet and do a safety briefing before the ride. If you're worried about cycling on Bangkok streets like I was, don't be worried. Route: not fixed, but you see Bangkok old(ish) and new. Pace was just right, not rushed, and the scenery varied. Food and Snacks: we visited some street stalls and a local restaurant. Everything was delicious, little was recognisable to a Canadian familiar with Thai restaurants in Canada. All in all, an excellent experience a cut above other cycle tours offered in Bangkok. You'll feel like you're out for a ride with a couple of pals rather than a packaged tour experience.
Chuta: excellent guide, has been around the world, so he speaks to Thai history and architecture through a global lens. Bikes and Safety: the bikes are well made and maintained. T…
Lexi
December 2017
This was a fun ride throughout the city at night on really cool Tokyobikes (which I now want to buy for myself!) The best part was being able to see some of the temple grounds at night when they are lit up. We rode approximately 13-15 miles (per my GPS watch, but there were a few times I forgot to stop/start it). For dinner, we went to a Chinese influenced Thai hole-in-the-wall restaurant, which was good - however, based on the description of the experience I thought that we would go to a "market" type area where we would be able to try from a number of different stalls and have a variety of foods. Also, at the end of the ride - the store was out of craft beer so we all got a Leo/Chiang beer, so that was a bit disappointing. When traveling, you have to roll with the punches, though! All in all it was a good trip and I would recommend it. Chuthy was a great and knowledgeable host who know a lot about the Bangkok architecture and recommendations for other parts of our trip!
This was a fun ride throughout the city at night on really cool Tokyobikes (which I now want to buy for myself!) The best part was being able to see some of the temple grounds at n…
Nick
December 2017
You would never experience what Chuta got to offer if you choose get around by your own. (And this is not an exaggeration) I truly felt I am getting know this city of Bangkok better. Plus, night of Wat Pho was beautiful and peaceful.
Lucy
December 2017
Night riding is always fun especially if you get to do it on bikes as nice as tokyobikes! The evening was a pretty interesting experience, though as one of the other reviewers pointed out this wasn't a food tour at all. The tour was on a Monday so a lot of places were closed and the one place we stopped for dinner was pretty much straight-up Chinese food. Architecture-wise, seeing the temple at night was definitely a highlight as was learning about some of the architectural history in Bangkok.
Night riding is always fun especially if you get to do it on bikes as nice as tokyobikes! The evening was a pretty interesting experience, though as one of the other reviewers poin…

Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 6 guests ages 18 and up can attend.

What to bring

Camera

Reusable drink bottle