We believe cycling is a great and healthy way to explore a culture, landscape and especially its people, all of which are experienced in a very different and much more immediate way than in enclosed and speedier modes of transport, and leaving open the potentials of a whole range of surprising and life-enhancing encounters.

Of course, with our unique flexibility we are always able to fit a little cycling, suitable to any level, within any of our tours and almost anywhere, which can greatly deepen your experience of any given destination, and will be glad to arrange any two-wheeled exploration for you.

There are many opportunities to use a bicycle to enhance your sightseeing, such as visiting the temples of Angkor or Bagan, or Lake Inle in Myanmar, exploring the Hutongs of Beijing or the walls of Xian in China, enjoying the villages encircling Hanoi, Hue and Hoi An in Vietnam, discovering the artisan villages of Bali or moving through the tea plantations and gardens of the Cameron Highlands in Malaysia just a few of virtually infinite possibilities to consider.

Aside from such leisurely examples of the sightseeing use of cycles, many of the tours represented here are designed for those who like to do some serious mileage and aren’t afraid of a few strenuous uphill challenges. Not all destinations are featured in our pre-configured tours, and you are welcome to dream up your own challenges.

In some cases, our cycling tours travel in very remote areas with little in the way of modern accoutrements, experiencing rugged environments and friendly ethnic communities with which you will sometimes stay. While this is always a highly enriching experience for our visitors, these experiences are not best suited to those accustomed only to en-suite facilities. 

Wherever you cycle, you’ll have a guide to show the way and help you make the most of local encounters. For longer journeys and more challenging routes, a support vehicle is always nearby if it all gets too much.

With a whole host of experiences just waiting to be fulfilled throughout Southeast Asia, from the very easy to the very challenging, if you are a keen cyclist, there is so much to enjoy and explore along the way with your pedalling passion.

Country: Vietnam
Type of holiday: Biking
Destinations: Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Hue, Hoi An, Nha Trang, Mui Ne
Duration: 14
Guideline price: US$ 2502     (per person for Superior accommodation)
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This 14 day cycling tour begins with a relaxing cruise of the natural wonder of Ha Long Bay before heading down to historic Hue for seven days of cycling the coastal fringe of central Vietnam, enjoying its off the beaten track rural charm and peaceful ocean views, with stays at Hoi An, Quang Ngai, Quy Nhon and Nha Trang, on your route to Mui Ne and a relaxing beach break to unwind from your exertions.
Country: Vietnam
Type of holiday: Biking
Destinations: Hanoi, Sapa and beyond, Dien Bien Phu
Duration: 8
Guideline price: US$ 1545     (per person for Superior accommodation)
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This 8 day scenic cycling tour takes you high into the northern mountains for a pedal powered exploration of its mountain scenery, shapely hillside paddy fields and colourful ethnic diversity, travelling from Sapa over Heaven’s Gate to Pa So, through the Nam Na River Valley to Muong Lay and onward to Dien Bien Phu, the site of the historic victory over the French occupying forces at the culmination of the first Indochina War.
Country: Thailand
Type of holiday: Adventure, Biking
Destinations: Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, East coast islands
Duration: 15
Guideline price: US$ 0     (per person for Superior accommodation)
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Begin your discovery of Thailand in the forests and mountains around Chiang Mai, exploring by mountain bike and white water raft, astride an elephant, and flying on zip-lines through the jungle canopy. Stroll historic Chiang Mai and enjoy a cooking class before heading to Bangkok for a long-tail boat adventure to a floating market and a chance to view Kanchanaburi’s Bridge over the River Kwai. Hit the sand at Koh Samui in the Gulf of Thailand for some time to relax in the sun, and join the infamous Full Moon Party on Koh Phangan. This package, combining some of the most exciting activities in Thailand, is an experience you don’t want to miss.


Country: Vietnam
Type of holiday: Adventure, Biking
Destinations: Hanoi
Duration: 5
Guideline price: US$ 932     (per person for Superior accommodation)
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Designed as an interesting component to a wider tour for those wishing to get close to the landscape, this 5 day cycling tour of the mountainous terrain to the southwest of Hanoi, pedaling through the nature reserve at Pu Luong and Cuc Phuong National Park, and staying in simple accommodation, is an ideal getaway from the usual tourist haunts.
Country: Vietnam
Type of holiday: Biking
Destinations: Hanoi, Sapa and beyond
Duration: 5
Guideline price: US$ 796     (per person for Superior accommodation)
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This short biking adventure in northern Vietnam is an ideal addition for any cycling enthusiast to get off the beaten track and enjoy the remote highland cultures and mountain scenery.
Country: Thailand, Thailand, Thailand
Type of holiday: Biking
Destinations: SOUTHERN THAILAND, Bangkok
Duration: 11
Guideline price: US$ 0     (per person for Superior accommodation)
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Covering an incredible variety of landscapes, this cycling tour begins in Bangkok with an engaging evening cycling jaunt around the city centre. With a flexible mix of van transfers and rides tailored to your taste, your route roughly follows the Gulf of Thailand coast, covering plenty of long quiet beach roads and visiting several splendid national parks. Spend the final days of the tour exploring the Koh Yao Islands, brilliant cycling territory of quiet beaches and rural tracks. There’s no downside to this ride, so let’s get to it!
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