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Chiang Mai Bicycle Tour-4 Days

Destinations: Chiang Mai →Doi → Saket → Mae Ngat → Mae Taeng → Mae Rim


Grab your helmet, put your bike in gear, and prepare for the breathtaking views and incredible panoramas offered through this four-day bicycle tour. Starting in the ancient kingdom of Lanna, guests will venture out to Mae Ngat Dam, a serenely beautiful lake surrounded by rolling hills and lush greenery. From here, guests will cycle through ancient temples, visit traditional villages, gaze over vast coffee plantations, as well as learn the art of Thai boxing on this two-wheeled adventure.

Highlights of this tour:
• Exploring “the lost city” of Wiang Kum Kam
• Mae Ngat Dam’s floating restaurant
• Trekking to Mork Fa Waterfall
• An introduction to the art of Muay Thai or Thai Boxing

 Chiang Mai – Wiang Kum Kam – Fa Ham – Mae Kuang Dam

Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Cycling Distance: 40km

Itinerary: Cycling south from Chiang Mai, guests will reach the grounds of Wiang Kum Kam, “The Lost City”, once serving as the capital of the ancient Lanna Kingdom. After cycling around the site, the tour will continue to Fa Ham, a subdistrict of the Mueang Chiang Mai District and continue through the outskirts of Chiang Mai.

After eating lunch in a local restaurant, the tour will continue to the Mae Kuang Dam where guests will board a long-tail boat to take them across the water. From here, they will climb a hill and continue for a short while before arriving at the tree house resort and settling in for the night or, if they choose, guests can venture out from the resort to the nearby village, visit the Coca Cola Trail, or explore the bat cave.

Overnight stay in Mae Kuang Dam.

 Buatong Waterfall – Mae Ngat Dam’s floating restaurant – Mae Taeng District

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Cycling Distance: 50km

Itinerary: Guests will get an early start on the second morning of the tour; riding out of the resort and cycling the picturesque, paved road bordering Sri Lanna National Park to Buatong Waterfall.

The tour will arrive at the Mae Ngat Dam for some fresh fruit and drinks just before lunch. Guests will leave their bikes to take a 20 minute boat transfer to a floating restaurant in the middle of the dam, leaving plenty of time for everyone to enjoy kayaking and swimming in the surrounding water before sitting down for a delicious lunch.

After eating, the tour will take the boat ride back, collect the bicycles and begin cycling from the dam to the Mae Taeng District.
Overnight stay in Mae Taeng.

 Hike to Mork Fa Waterfall – Cycling through local communities – Mae Rim River and surrounding areas

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Cycling Distance: 70km

Itinerary: From the resort, the tour will cycle south to Mork Fa Waterfall where guests will hike through the jungle to the waterfall.

After hiking back to the road, the tour will continue to ride along small roads, through local communities, stopping for lunch along the way.

After lunch, guests will continue cycling south along the Mae Rim River and through a more challenging spot of hills.

Overnight stay in Mae Rim.

 Hike to Mork Fa Waterfall – Cycling through local communities – Mae Rim River and surrounding areas

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Cycling Distance: 30km

Itinerary: In the morning, guests will cycle to Mon Jam in Non Hoi Village. Mon Jam is a part of a project funded by the King to improve local economic development. Guests can explore the project which includes strawberry fields, glass houses, and a number of incredible views.

From Mon Jam, the tour will continue along hillside roads leaving behind the lush greenery and moving closer to the suburbs of Chiang Mai to experience a more authentic side of Chiang Mai culture.

Along the Mae Sa Canal, the tour will reach the Wat Pa Darapirom temple, a royal Buddhist temple full of ancient Buddhist artifacts. Inside the temple, one can observe the footprint of Buddha on the Chedi.

From the temple, continuing to another project initiated by the King. Sufficiency Economy is a philosophy developed by King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand to effectively manage capitalism in a way that aligns and engages it with social sustainable development.

The tour will then continue to Huay Tun Tao Lake for lunch before travelling to a Muay Thai Camp for an introduction to the art of Thai boxing before continuing back into Chiang Mai and to their respective hotels.

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