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Easthern of thailand Cycling

Eastern Thailand is made up of plains and hilly regions, the Chantaburi mountain range forming a natural demarcation line between Thailand and Cambodia. Khao Yai National Park is rich in biodiversity, in which elephants and monkeys roam freely...


11 days | 10 nights

782 km.

8 stages

52 to 123 km

mainly flat and/or rolling

THB 59,000.00


Bang saray (Pattaya)

Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)

Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)

Welcome to Bangkok – The City of Angels

Through the hustle and bustle, gigantic skyscrapers, grand palaces and temples, and a worldrenowned floating market, Bangkok continues to attract millions of travelers from around the world.Thailand’s vibrant metropolis, offers a multitude of possibilities for day trips. Visit the Royal Palace. Marvel at countless, ornate temple complexes or explore historic Bangkok on a river cruise. Enjoy the many culinary delights and limitless shopping at unbelievably attractive prices. We recommend spending a few days in this fascinating, exotic city. Additional nights can be booked through us.

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Day 1 Arrival in Bangkok

After checking in at our exquisite hotel in a prime location, let yourself be pampered by the range of amenities. In the evening we welcome all guests to an informal meeting. In doing so you will learn interesting facts about our host country. Afterwards, every participant will receive a highquality Phuket Cycling jersey. 


Day 2 Stage

1 Touring the Khao Yai National Park 52 km | Flat

We leave Bangkok in a comfortable VIP Van in a north-eastern direction. After 2 hours we will reach Nakhon Nayok, the starting point of our first stage. Nakhon Nayok is located at the border of Khao Yai National Park, which has been awarded with the UNESCO World Culture Heritage Status as a unique nature reserve. After we have sorted and fitted our bikes, we are pedaling the area. B| L incl


Day 3

Stage 2 Nakhon Nayok — Prachinburi = 103 km | Flat

The primarily agricultural province of Prachin Buri is located along the Cambodian border to the east of Bangkok. As an area that has been occupied for roughly 800 years, the region contains many ruins from the Dvaravati and Khmer Kingdoms. Much of the remainder of Prachin Buri province is occupied by rice fiel B | L incl


Day 4

Stage 3 Prachinburi — Wang Nam Yen 110 km | mostly flat

The road leads us through a landscape with agricultural products including rice, cassava, maize, sugarcane, soybean, cotton, mung beans. Wang Nam Yen is a small town in Sakeo Province. The distancerom here to the Cambodian Border is about 18 km. B | l incl 


Day 5

Stage 4 Wang Nam Yen — Pong Nam Ron flat, slightly undulating

We cycle parallel to the Cambodian border towards the province of Chanthaburi in the direction of the gulf of Thailand. This province is one of the most fertile regions of Thailand. Huge tapioca and sugarcane fields cover the landscape. Bizarre limestone formations stick out of the ground. We stay overnight close to Kitchakut National Park which is located in the Soi Doi mountains. B | L incl 


Day 6

Stage 5 Pong Nam Ron — Koh Chang Island = 123 km | 78 milesflat and rolling

Chanthaburi provinces climate makes it an ideal place to grow tropical fruits - rambutans, durians, mangosteens and pineapples all in abundance. We ride quite a distance enjoying the colourful flora and fauna of the region. Gradually, our noses catch the salty odour of the nearby Gulf of Thailand. At Laem Ngop we board the ferry to travel to Koh Chang. Here we spend the next two nights at a superb beach resort. B | L | incl


Day 7

Rest day on Koh Chang Island

Spend the day enjoying the white sandy beach and swimming in the warm tropical sea. Koh Chang is Thailand’s 2nd biggest island right after Phuket island, but has kept its natural beauty and simplicity. The majority of the island is covered by untouched rainforest. 85 percent of the island is part of the protected Mu Ko Chang National Park. B | incl


Day 8

Stage 6 Koh Chang — Chao Lao Beach = 98 km | 61 miles flat

We enjoy the fresh morning breeze on the ferry as we cross back to the mainland to start our journey.Later on, we ride on rural road 4036. Chaloem Burapha road is popular for sightseeing and is used as a backdrop in some movies and advertisements. We spend the evening at Chao Lao Beach, enjoying the relaxed atmosphere by the sea. B | L incl 


Day 9

Stage 7 Chao Lao Beach — Suan Son Beach = 79 km | Flat

Shortly after start, the best views in Chanthaburi are found at the Noen Nang Phaya Viewpoint. Chalerm Burapa Chollathit Road 4036 runs alongside or close to the coast for some 50 kilometres and is ideal for cruising by bicycle. Leaving road 4036 we follow the stunning coastline all the way down to MaeHad Son Beach. In the early afternoon, we enjoy the white sandy beaches of Koh Samed Island. B | L incl


Day 10

Last stage and farewell dinner Stage 8 Suan Son Beach — Bang Saray Beach 109 km | flat, undulating

On picturesque roads we ride around Rayong City. We pass Ramayana Waterpark and reach our hotel at Bang Saray Beach, where a refreshing welcome drink will be waiting for you. This beach is among the most pleasant stretches of sand in the Pattaya area, as well as being a small, quaint town with a very local atmosphere. The sand of Bang Saray Beach is some of the finest you will find on Thailand’s easternseaboard. We enjoy our farewell dinner together at this cosy place. B | L | D inc


Day 11 End of an unforgettable road bike journey

Extension or continuation of individual journey as one chooses B | incl 


What’s included

Royal Service Bottle refills, refreshing towelettes, storage of helmets and shoes and much more

All meals mentioned: 10x B = Breakfast | 8 x L = Lunch | 1 x D = Dinner

All coffee breaks: Iced coffee, delicious hot blended coffee beverages or tea

Isotonic drinks, cola, water and fresh fruit on all stages

English speaking tour guide

High quality Team Jersey | Team backpack | Drinking bottle

Accompanying VIP van with possibility to ride along | WIFI on board | Espresso machine

VIP Van transfer Bangkok to Nakhon Nayok

Ferry to Koh Chang Island

Speedboat Excursion to Koh Samed Island

Repair service (replacement material is not included)

Additional insurance during the tour

Photos for downloading

Farewell Dinner

Services NOT included (taxi prices in Thai Baht per car)


Bike rental (We offer a large selection of Trek rental bikes)

Alcoholic beverages

Transfer Suvarnabhumi Airport to Hotel Bangkok 40 minutes, appr. THB 300 to THB 500

Transfer Bangsaray to Bangkok 1.25 hrs, appr. THB 1’600 (EUR 43, USD 47)

Voluntary tips

Optional Excursions and stages (can also be booked on location)


Due to limited space, transport of bike cases can result in additional charges Personal bikes brought along will be assembled in Khao Yai. (Subject to change at any time