This tour is a combination of sightseeing and cycling. You will experience a fantastic sight of a local Muslim village. See how the local people go about their daily business. Our well informed tour guide leads you safely on chosen paths, points out hidden places of interest to you and tells you about the island and its people. The terrain completely flat, this cycling tour is ideal for all ability levels and who have an interest in cycling.
HALF DAY KOH KLANG CULTURE CYCLING
Distance 19 km (12miles)
08:30 Pick up from your hotel. Starting with a quick safety briefing on mountain biking. We cross Krabi River by typical long tail boat, and then we get our bikes and start to ride on the gentle paths on the island. "Koh Klang" is the island opposite Krabi town. The island is composed 4 villages covering an area of 16,250 Rai (6,424 acre) including 903 houses with 5,373 people. Mostly they are Muslim people."
We continue our trip through the village. The route goes over quiet country roads and makes a short stop at the farmer's community where we can see many kinds of industries. We see local people making rice, chicken farms, duck farms, vegetable farms and many more products. In this area you can watch several kinds of coastal birds along Andaman shore. After another nice easy ride we arrive at a small restaurant, and of course we taste some typical Thai snacks and refreshing drink.
This excursion will add an unforgettable experience to your stay in Krabi.
12:00 Back to the pier to end the tour with a refreshing with cold towel, drinking water and soft drink before heading back to your hotel.
Tour includes: Transportation / Mountain bike with 24 gears and front suspension / Helmet / Gloves
Water, Soft drink and Cold towel / Fruit & snacks / First aid kit / English speaking guide / Accident insurance / Boat transfer
What to bring: Sport shoes / Light T-shirt / Shorts or long pants / Sunglasses / Sun block / Personal medicine / Camera
- Children must be at least 140 cm tall and 10 years of age to participate.
- Minimum 2 people per group.
- Maximum 10 people per group.