Explore winding alleyways far from the tourist trails as you make your way to Bangkok’s best floating market. Cycle by local markets, traditional temples, and have a delicious lunch before your canal boat trip.

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Meet your guide and cycle to the tour’s first stop at a local fresh market where you’ll be able to taste some Thai fruits. Then you’ll continue cycling through a vibrant mix of local Thai communities including the Baan Bu Bronzework community. You’ll stop at interesting temples along the way, where your guide will talk about Buddhism and the history of the local communities.

Once you arrive at Lad Mayom Floating Market, take some time to explore on your own and see the vibrant stalls selling everything from local Thai food to traditional Thai clothes. Afterwards have lunch and order a dish cooked on a tiny wooden boat anchored just next to your table.

Next the bikes get loaded onto a traditional Thai teak wood boat and it’s time for a canal trip. While on the boat you’ll see the canal side lifestyle with its colorful scenery. If you’re lucky you might get a glimpse of a water monitor sunning itself on the banks of the river. The boat will make a stop at an orchid farm on the banks of the canal before dropping you off at a local temple where you will continue your ride.

Your last stop will be Baan Silapin, an old Thai house on the banks of the canal which is now a gallery and puppet theater. From here you will make your way back to where the ride started.



•  Explore one of Bangkok’s floating markets
•  Take a ride on the canal in a traditional teak wood boat
•  Have lunch next to the river at the floating market


Experienced and English-speaking guide(s)
Unlimited water
Canal boat ride
Entrance fees

Not included

Hotel pickup and drop-off
Alcoholic and soft drinks

Important information

What to bring
•  Comfortable shoes
•  Sunscreen
•  Comfortable clothes
Know before you go
•  This tour involves cycling for more than 30 minutes
•  This tour is not recommended for people with limited mobility
•  You must be able to lift the bike as Bangkok isn’t 100% barrier-free, your guide will help you or any children if they are having difficulty