More than just a cycling tour in Chiang Mai, Lifecycling provides a glimpse into the local's old way of life and you'll see what makes the region so special. This half day city cycling tour of Chiang Mai explores the intricate network of narrow winding streets around Chiang Mai's old town and we'll stop at a number of attractions along the way including Warorot market, beautiful off the beaten track temples and a blacksmith community. We'll ride at a relaxed pace and stop to try local delicacies, seasonal fruit and even ancient herbal remedies at one of the oldest pharmacies in Chiang Mai. This Chiang Mai city cycling tour also allows for wandering around the markets and you're welcome to do some shopping along the way.
Trailhead Thailand’s Chiang Mai city cycling tour is fully inclusive, you will be picked up from your accommodation about driven to the shop for a briefing and gear preparation. Before you start you can enjoy a coffee in the pleasant shop surroundings before setting off on the tour. Our trained guide will explain about various sites during the trip and give you an in-depth insight into the ‘rose of the North’ during this popular Chiang Mai city cycling tour.
- City Bike
- Protective Gear (helmet)
- Snacks, Water and Lunch
- Friendly and Professional Guide
- Complimentary Photos
- Pick up and Drop Off (within city limits)
08.30am - 08.45am - Pick Up
We can provide pick up service within city limits and enjoy a complimentary coffee in the Trailhead Cafe
09.30am - Begin the Tour!
We set off from the cafe along the streets of the old town
10.30am - Visit the Local Market
After riding for an hour we'll park the bikes and wander around the local market.
11.30am - Visit Blacksmith Community
Among the stops is a visit to the blacksmith community - the last surviving blacksmith in Chiang Mai.
12.30pm - Return to Cafe
As we return to the Cafe, we stop off for a herbal tea before concluding the tour.
Trailhead in the Community
Trailhead Thailand regularly embarks on community activities in various locations in Chiang Mai. Whether it be litter picking at Mae Kuang dam, or Chan Khian village, or tree planting support in Chiang Dao, or providing various supplies to support the national parks throughout the dry season, the environment and community is of paramount importance to the company.