Bike your way through Bangkok to admire the magnificent buildings and stunning environment!
Breeze through the main historical attractions of Thailand at Rattanakosin island where you will have a chance to behold the beautiful sceneries of buildings encompassed around you and the bustling movements of the locals. The Wat Saket is one of the oldest temple which predates back to the Ayutthaya period. The striking temple with the gilded pointed chedis is on top of the mount which requires a climb up of more than 300 steps of stairs!
Then, you will traverse through to the Ban Bat community that is known for creating traditional Monk bowls and enjoy the sights of local churches, Islamic mosques and also temples for the Thai and Chinese inhabitants that coexist amicably with one another. The majestic Wat Suthat oozes a sense of elegance and sophistication with the sweeping roofs and beautifully-crafted teakwood door panels. The marvelous interior which holds a collection of 156 images of Buddha, which includes the Giant Swing and the splendid frescoes.
Venture further into the Phat Khlong flower market where you will be enveloped by the intricate shapes of the brightly-hued flowers then to the Nakhrapirom park where you will gaze at the flush of orange-hues spread through the sky as you watch the Sun descend behind Wat Arun. Your journey continues to the Grand Palace where you will admire the sunlight illuminating off the walls and gilded roofs. Your next stop will be to the riverside where you will discover the perfect spot to admire the Pinklao Bridge that stretches across the Chao Phraya river.
Then, you will have some rest at the Phra Sumet Fortress where you will see a beautiful river flowing nearby before you turn your way back to the exotic Wat Indra Viharn that houses the 30-metre high Buddha statue that illuminates before the night sky as it stands proudly near the temple. The last pit stop would be to the Wat Rachannada and Loha Prasat that is ahead of the Marble Temple and the Government House before heading back to Chinatown.