This tour is designed to leave you with a thorough understanding of Bangkok, its attractions, main neighbourhoods, history and Thai culture. This is advised to take this tour as soon as you arrive in Bangkok.
This tour will give you an overview of the whole city and allow you to determine where you would like to go back and spend more time. Bangkok’s list of attractions is a very tall order, but with this scooter ride you get to see it all! Only by traveling through the city on scooter are you able to cover such an extensive area of this amazing city. Our guides and riders love sharing their knowledge and passion for Bangkok.
The tour will start and end at your hotel unless you prefer that we drop you off at another location. Our guides talk into your headset while you cruise slowly on the back of a scooter through all the main streets as well as the hidden passageways of one of the most unique and vibrant cities in the world. Several breaks are planned.
If there are certain attractions you would like to see or have already visited, please let us know ahead of time. We are happy to customize our tour around your preferences.
Sample attractions covered:
Sukhumvit Rd; Shopping District; Jim Thompson’s House; Lumpini Park; Silom Rd.; Indian Temple; Sathorn Rd.; Financial District; Chinatown; Little India; Golden Mount; Wat Po & Grand Palace; Chao Phraya River; Thonburi – the old capital; Klong Toei food market; Khlong Saen Saeb; Sofitel So Bangkok
Along the way, we will provide extensive information on Bangkok, its neighborhoods, lifestyle, Thailand history and customs.
Start Time: Recommended start time is 10 am, so we can start after the rush hour and finish before the weather gets too hot. As an alternative, we can start at 11 am or 5 pm – just let us know in advance.
*Child fee is free if they ride on the same scooter as Parent and regular fee if they ride on scooter by themselves behind the driver.
*Pick up at your location in Bangkok! (if your hotel is very far from city center we will meet at Terminal 21 Mall in center of the city where MRT and BTS intersect)