Cycling Trip Bangkok to Yangon 10 Days
This cycling holiday from Thailand to Myanmar, start from Bangkok where we cycle to Kanchanaburi, then cross the border to Myanmar and follow the death railway. This cycling trip has alot of historical interest during the World War II and visit southern part of Burma including the former British Capital in the South, Mawlamyine and cycle on the island to enjoy the beach and swimming before heading to Bago, The Battle of Pegu and finish in Yangon.
We aim to take tourists to see REAL lives in Thailand and Myanmar by taking the less travel routes by bike and in the near future we will extend our trips to Bagan, Mandalay and Inle Lake.
|Tour Cost||Contact us|
|Bike Rental|| $120 (Trek or Giant)
|Total Distance||723 km|
|Number of cycling days||9 days|
|Road Surface||Quiet countryside and rural roads but pave and good for cycling. The level of difficulty is moderate.|
|Support||Support van including spare part, cool box and back up service|
|Group||Minimum 2. Maximum 25.|
|Staff||Groups of 6 or more, a Cycling Tour Leader, plus English-speaking cycling guide, drivers and assistants. Groups below 5 will be led by our local guide and our local support team.|
|Food||All meals are included (breakfast, lunch and dinner)|
Tour Price Includes:
– Accommodation in Twin / Double room
– Cycling experienced guide
– Full board meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
– Van for transfer & support with cool box
– Snack, water, fruits and cold drink (Coke light)
– All entrance fees and boat fees
Tour Price Excludes:
– International Flights
– Departure Tax
– Visa Fees
– Alcoholic, and other beverages
– Tips for guides & drivers.
– Personal travel insurance
– Any services not mentioned in itinerary
Day 1: Arrive in Bangkok
Arrive in Bangkok and transfer to Grand President Hotel. Bike Fitting and tour briefing. Dinner and overnight in Bangkok.
Day 2: Bangkok – Kanchanaburi (Cycling 65km)
Breakfast at the hotel. Today we transfer 1 hour out off the busy part of Bangkok. We start cycling from a gas station where the bike is waiting for. Chance for a toilet before heading off. The road we cycle on is the back road with less busy traffic. Overnight in Kanchanaburi.
Day 3: Kanchanburi – Dawei (85km)
Breakfast at the hotel. We cycle to see the death railways and follow the River Kwai Noi and head to Phu Nam Ron border. We cross the border to Myanmar and continue cycling to complete 80km. Then we transfer to Dawei. Dinner and overnight in Dawei.
Day 4: Dawei – Ye (80km)
Breakfast at the hotel. We cycle through some of the route along the beach. We stop for lunch in Kyauk Shat. After lunch we cycle to complete 80km and transfer to Ye, the town of ethnic Mon people. The town’s economy is mainly based on betel nut, rubber, fishery product and trade. Overnight in Ye.
Day 5: Ye – Thanbyuzayat – Mawlamyine (80km)
Breakfast at the hotel. Today we cycle to Thabyuzayat and take the tour to see the town including the Thanbyuzayat World War II cementery. Afternoon, we cycle to Mudon and then turn right to cycle on smaller road to Kyaikmaraw to make our last water stop. Then cycle to our hotel in Mawlamyine passing Tanbingon. Mawlamyine is the former British Capital in Southern Part of Burma. Dinner and overnight in Mawlamyine.
Day 6: Mawlamyine – Bilugyun Island (50km)
Breakfast at the hotel. We enjoy our cycling on Bilugyun Island starting from Munaing to Thetkaw and Muritgale. We have lunch on the Island and relax on the beach for swimming before cycling and heading back to Mawlamyine. Dinner and overnight in Mawlamyine.
Day 7: Mawlamyine – Hpa – An (75km)
After breakfast, we start cycling from our hotel. Our cycling route today is to Zar Ta Pyin. Then we turn right and cycle on smaller road. Today we stop for lunch around 50km, but if we have good energy we can cycle to Hpa An to have lunch and afternoon tour around Hpa An.
Day 8: Hpa – An to Kyaikto (117km)
Breakfast at the hotel. We cycle to Thaton, the former Kingdom of Lower Burma from 9th to 11th century. We stop for lunch in Bilin, the home to the famous Kyaikhteesaung Pagoda located on a laterite stone hillock near Zoke Thoke village. After lunch cycle to Kyaikto. Overnight in Kyaikto.
Day 9: Kyaito to Bago via Sittaung River (93km)
After breakfast, cycle to have the water stop at Sittaung River to enjoy this view of the river connected to the ocean. We stop for lunch in Waw. Afternoon cycle to Bago, The Battle of Pegu. Overnight in Bago.
Day 10: Bago – Yangon (Cycling 78km)
Breakfast at the hotel. We cycle 78km via Thanapin and Khayan. We stop for lunch in Thongwa. After lunch we transfer to Yangon, the capital of Myanmar, to visit Shwedagon Pagoda. Tour Ends.
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