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Trip Highlights
  • Thailand’s beaches
  • Hugging the coast and the crystal blue waters
  • Off the beaten track road cycling
  • Thailand’s culture and Buddhist temples
9 nights from£1515.00
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Bangkok to Phuket Road Cycling Holiday

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What we love About Bangkok to Phuket Road Cycling Holiday

We love...Coastal Riding
You will hug Thailand's coast for almost the entire adventure as you explore beaches on both the Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea.
We love...Thai Temples and Buddhist Statues
As you ride south, you will pass stunning Thai pagodas, temples and countless golden Buddhas as you immerse yourself in the Thai culture.
We love...Meeting Like Minded People
This is a group ride so you will get to ride with like minded people as you explore the straits separating Myanmar and Thailand.

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Day by Day

Day 1Arrival
Total distance67kmTotal climb194m

We will meet in Bangkok before we head out of the city into Petchaburi. Your first day will see you leave the vibrancy of Bangkok as you ride into the peaceful countryside. Today’s ride leads you out to the beautiful beach at Hua Hin on the Gulf of Thailand.

Day 2Cycling from Hua Hin to Prachuap Khiri Khan
Total distance116kmTotal climb486m

Today you will ride out to Sam Roi National Park, famed for its incredible limestone peaks. You will cycle beneath these peaks and you will be immersed yourself in the serenity of the National Park. The afternoon cycle takes you along the beach to Prachuap, where you will enjoy a delicious locally sourced seafood dinner.

Day 3Cycling from Prachuap Khiri Khan to Ban Krut
Total distance78kmTotal climb300m

Another day and another stunning Thai beach. Your morning sees you abandon the more popular tourist beaches for tranquil white sands with crystal turquoise sea and spend the night in a rustic boutique hotel.

Day 4Chilling on Ban Krut

After a few days on the bike you deserve some relaxation time. Ban Krut is your base today. Spend some time on the beach, in the hotel salt pools or exploring the surrounding villages.

 

 

Day 5Cycling from Ban Krut to Chumpon
Total distance118kmTotal climb693m

Today’s coastal ride explores quiet roads with the backdrop of rugged mountains. You’ll cycle through Thailand’s narrowest stretch of land, close to the border with Myanmar. The ride ends slightly north of Chumpon, known for coral reefs and beautiful beaches.

Day 6Cycling from Chumpon to Ranong
Total distance139kmTotal climb1142m

You’ll continue down the 44km wide Isthumus of Kra on the Malay peninsula. From here, your cycling turns tropical. You’ll experience spiralling jungle roads as you make your way towards Pun Ya Ban Waterfall. Cool off under the waterfall before you ride to the spa town of Ranong, where you can ease your muscles in a hot spring mineral pool.

Day 7Cycling from Ranong to Khuraburi
Total distance125kmTotal climb1052m

Today’s cycling takes you through endless valleys and twisting roads, with infrequent hills and descents keeping your ride unpredictable. You’ll encounter children and locals running after your bike wanting to catch a glimpse of ‘farang’ (foreigners). Enjoy some down time tonight in our hotel tucked in a valley and enclosed by rainforest.

Day 8Cycling from Khuraburi to Khao Lak
Total distance89kmTotal climb509m

Moving further south, the picture postcard valleys and rubber plantations en route to Khao Lak will give you the feeling of calm and tranquillity. The areas you’ll cycle through today were some of the worst affected during the catastrophic 2004 tsunami and it’s phenomenal how fast they have managed to reconstruct the damage.

Day 9Cycling from Khao Lak - Phuket
Total distance118kmTotal climb654m

Today is your final day on the bike. There are a few final hills left to navigate before the flats which take you all the way to the stunning island of Phuket. The largest Thai island, Phuket is renowned for being a tropical paradise and you can relax on it’s sunny beaches after a great north to south ride.

DAY 10Departure

The white sand beaches and crystal blue seas make Phuket the perfect place for rest and relaxation after a hard week’s cycling. It will be time to say goodbye to your fellow cyclists after an incredible trip but if you would like to extend your stay in Phuket, or anywhere else in Thailand, just ask us to arrange that.

Key Stats

10day holiday
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105km avg
Expect to ride about 105km per day

How's the Weather? in Bangkok to Phuket

Warm, Dry SeasonNovember to March
The best time to visit Phuket straddles the new year. Mainland Thailand blocks the northern monsoon rains, leaving only cool breezes and blue skies. Humidity is at its lowest at this point.
Hot & Dry SeasonApril to May
The hottest weather is in April and May, with temperatures rarely under 27°C and peaking at 36°C. Humidity is high, at this time.
The Warm & Showery SeasonJune to August
Visiting in June, July and August is a great time to visit as the weather is generally fine. The usual pattern is for brief showers, with plenty of sunshine between the rain.
The Wet SeasonSeptember to early October
These months see the heaviest rainfall and the roughest seas. However, given the climate, even at this time, there are usually long sunny spells between the showers.

Area InformationFor Bangkok to Phuket

Your ride from the the hustle and bustle of Bangkok to the beaches takes you along 850km of tropical shoreline. Large towns give way to small fishing villages and quiet beach life. You’ll ride down the Malay Peninsula, along the narrow straits of southern Thailand with Myanmar a few kilometres to the west and the Gulf of Thailand to the East. Enjoy the warm sunshine on your back and eat fresh local cuisine every day on this epic ride to the beaches.

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