Cycling tours of Asia
Be it touring temples at Angkor in Cambodia or Bagan in Burma, crossing the Bridge over the River Kwai or Vietnam's stunning Hai Van Pass, you'll experience so much more by bike. Skilled cycle guides and support vehicles accompany our all-abilities tours so you have complete peace of mind while enjoying the magnificent landscapes and scenes of everyday Asian life unfold around you.
A cycling holiday includes regular excursions by bike, but most distance is covered by vehicle. Cruising down winding country lanes, you'll see another side to your destination not accessible to the bus-bound tourist.
Choose a group tour in Vietnam of no more than 16 people with a Western tour leader, or incorporate cycling in a bespoke journey to Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia or Burma.
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15 days from £1595* pp
Immersed in the landscapes and amongst the people of Vietnam, explore the city streets and country laneways on two wheels. You don't have to be a champion cyclist with the help of your Western tour leader and local guide, cycling mechanic and support vehicle every step of the way. Ride as much or as little as you want, including the chance to cycle some spectacular coastal roads. Enjoy some extra special experiences like a private cruise on Halong Bay.
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3 days from £290* pp | START Bangkok
Kanchanaburi has a rugged, beautiful landscape that is a treat for nature lovers and cyclists. Visit the Bridge over the River Kwai, the Railway Museum, the Death Railway and the Kraset Caves. Cycle on country back roads to an ancient Khmer temple and to historic Hellfire Pass. See the famous sites, but also get off the beaten path to discover the real Thailand.
4 days from £370* pp | START Bangkok
Combine gentle cycling with the splendid culture of Thailand as you ride along the major rivers of central Thailand. In Kanchanaburi, stop to see the Bridge over the River Kwai and the Death Railway then discover Ayuthaya.
4 days from £370* pp | START Chiang Mai
Ride on trails and back roads that have little traffic through the spectacular scenery. Cycle on trails cut by elephants and local villagers, visiting waterfalls, caves and temples. Follow the Mae Kok river and travel by long-tail boat.