You can find on this page the Bangkok (Krung Thep) bike map to print and to download in PDF. The Bangkok (Krung Thep) bicycle map presents the bike routes and lanes of Bangkok (Krung Thep) in Thailand.
The Bangkok (Krung Thep) bike lane map shows all the bike routes of Bangkok (Krung Thep). This bicycles lanes map of Bangkok (Krung Thep) will allow you to easily plan your routes with a bike in Bangkok (Krung Thep) in Thailand. The Bangkok (Krung Thep) bike lanes map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The options for biking in Thailand are numerous, whether you choose to ride the length of the country from the Malaysian border to Chiang Rai, or opt for a dirt-road adventure in the mountains around Chiang Mai. Most Thai roads are in good condition and clearly signposted; although the western and northern borders are mountainous, the rest of the country is surprisingly flat as its shown in Bangkok (Krung Thep) bike lane map. The secondary roads (distinguished by their three-digit numbers) are paved but carry far less traffic than the main arteries and are the preferred cycling option. Traffic is reasonably well behaved and personal safety is not a major concern as long as you “ride to survive”; dogs, however, can be a nuisance on minor roads so it is probably worth having rabies shots before your trip. There are bike shops in nearly every town, and basic equipment and repairs are cheap. Unless you head into the remotest regions around the Burmese border you are rarely more than 25km from food, water and accommodation. Overall, the best time to bike is during the cool, dry season from November to February and the least good from April to July.
The traffic into and out of Bangkok (Krung Thep) is dense so it is worth hopping on a bus or train for the first 50–100km to your starting point. Intercity buses, taxis and most Thai domestic planes will carry your bike free of charge. Intercity trains will only transport your bike (for a cargo fare – about the price of a person) if there is a luggage carriage attached, unless you dismantle it and carry it as luggage in the compartment with you. Songthaews will carry your bike on the roof for a fare (about the price of a person). Local one-day cycle tours and bike-rental outlets (B30–100 per day) as its mentioned in Bangkok (Krung Thep) bike lane map. There are also a number of organized bike tours, both nationwide and in northern Thailand (see Trekking and other outdoor activities in Chiang Mai).
Wachirabenchathat Park is an old-school park in the Chatuchak area of Bangkok (Krung Thep). It is one of the best places in the city to hide from the chaos, and it is really popular with locals for its scenic cycling paths. Previously known as Sky Lane Thailand, Happy and Healthy Bike Lane is a newly reopened and revamped bike trail that is right next to Suvarnabhumi Airport as you can see in Bangkok (Krung Thep) bike lane map. Happy and Healthy Bike Lane (Sky Lane Thailand) stretch to a whopping 23.5km and are nicely separated into different lanes for pro-cyclists and those who just want a relaxing bike ride around the area. There is also an assembly point for people to meet and cycle together. One look at Nong Bon Lake whatever stress you are feeling will disappear for sure. It is also known for its water activities, so if you are up for it, you can enjoy things like kayaking and windsurfing when here.