Bangkok's climate year round

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Bangkok has a tropical monsoon climate. It doesn’t experience the highest temperatures but it does have the highest year-round average. The main reason being that temperatures don’t drop significantly at night. The monsoon climate gives Bangkok the three following seasons
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November to February: Cool season
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These months are Bangkok’s ‘cool months’ with an average of 26°C.  During these months numerous outdoor beer-gardens and restaurants pop up around Bangkok for everyone to enjoy the cooler evenings.

March to May: Hot season
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February and March are the end of the cooler season with day temperatures up to 40 degrees.  During Bangkok’s summer the Thai new year, Songkran, is being celebrated (read more on our blog).  This famous water-party is a welcome relief from the warmer summer days.  Air Conditioned shopping malls, rooftop bars and of course boat (and bike) tours or other water-activities are perfect things to do in Bangkok’s summer.


Joining one of our bicycle tours in Bangkok is a surprisingly refreshing adventure year round. The activity of cycling (as opposed to walking), will always create a slight breeze to help cool you down. We are also aided by the fact that Bangkok terrain is inherently very flat and we cycle at a leisurely pace.

June to October: Rainy season
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After Bangkok’s hotter and drier season the rain coming in May/June is a threat for Thailand’s farmers and also washes away some of Bangkok’s heath.  A typical characteristic of this rainy season is a 30-minute torrential shower mostly in the later afternoon.  Rain is also a very localized phenomenon, happening in small pockets in places while being completely dry only a few kilometers away making it hard to trust too much on weather forecasts.  Often times, the rain can offer a refreshing break from the tropical heat.


In our vast experience doing the tours, we know that heavy rains rarely last more than 20 minutes and our guides know very well where to take our customers for cover during the deluge. In light rain, we provide ponchos to our customers and cycle on. Often times, the rain can offer a refreshing break from the tropical heat.

Our bike (and boat) tours are year round great fun to do and every season bring a little of his own charm!!


Experience Our Bangkok Bicycle Tours

An alternative for those who want to explore the REAL Bangkok at a more relaxed pace. Our boat and walking tours are perfect for the photo enthusiast, non-cyclist and anyone with a curious mind.

Co Classical: 3 hour bike tour
The Co Classical 3 hour bicycle tour explores the backstreets of Chinatown and the charming local areas of Thonburi.

Co Combo: 5 hour bike/boat tour
Discover the highlights of the Co Classical, 3 hour bicycle tour.  In addition explore Bangkok’s hidden plantations, rural Bangkok by long-tail boat and enjoy a tasty Thai style meal.

Co All Day: 9 hour bike/boat/train tour
The must-do tour for the hardy adventurer or for those who just wish to extend their bicycle tour experience a bit more.  One of the highlights include travelling by train, longtail-boat and local transport.

Co by Night: 3 hour bike tour by night
Our bike tour in the cooler evening air through Chinatown and charming Thonburi.  The skyline of Bangkok by night is one of the highlights on this 3 hour bike ride.

Other Bangkok Tours

Co Rocket Boating: 5 hour multi-Boat Tour (James Bond Tour)
This 5-hour multi-boat tour introduced us to the locally known 'James Bond boat' due to its appearance in the 007 thriller 'The man with the golden gun'. Experience life along Northern Bangkok's rural canals where the thrill of the high-speed rocket-boat is just one of the highlights.

Co Canaling: 2 hour Longtail Boat Tour (Khlong Tour)
Ride a classic longtail boat during this 2-hour canal (klong) tour.  Explore the ancient waterways of Bangkok and see how locals live along her famous canals. 

Co Walking: 2 hour Walking Tour
This 2-hour walking tour takes you to the hidden alleys of Bangkok’s Chinatown by foot. Walking this area is more relaxing and intimate than cycling and perfect for photographers.


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