After being instructed on how to use our e-scooters and have given you a test run then we will start the tour. First we will give you a brief history of Bangkok as we ride to the first stop. ⭐Local Temple - After your confident on the scooter we'll tour through a few lesser-known areas to see Bangkok like a local. ⭐Wat Arun - We’ll stop at Wat Arun where you’ll want to take photos of Wat Arun as it shimmers lit up at night. After we cross the river on a local ferry. ⭐Wat Pho - Once on the other side of the river, we'll ride to Wat Pho where we will show you around the temple at night. Here we'll tell you some history of Thailand and Bangkok. ⭐Royal Grand Palace - at night the Palace is closed, but it's still a magnificent site at night. ⭐ Street Food Dinner - for dinner you'll get to eat like a local as we stop for to eat street food at a local store. ⭐Flower Market - Next, you’ll explore Pak Khlong Talat Bangkok’s colorful and fragrant flower market, the market is open 24 hours and at night you’ll see everything from common roses to bright orchids, lilies and more. ⭐Wat Prayoon - Finally, we visit Wat Prayoon with its huge white stupa lit up at night. After we ride along the riverside and winding back streets back to the start, where we say goodbye.
Jam & Paul
Hi I am Jam and the other one in the photo is Paul my boyfriend. Along with our friends Woody and Jobe we host bike and e-scooter tours in Bangkok. I have lived in the city for 16 years and have seen many of the changes the city has gone through. I have a great local knowledge of the hidden gems, on our tours we'll take you to see local areas that tourists don't normally get to see, as well as the some of the main tourists sites from different perspective I studied Thai history at university and I absolutely love Bangkok and love to share anecdotes, facts and stories in between stops. Touring on e scooter has an unparalleled sense of freedom it's a easy way to see the history and beauty of Bangkok has to offer ... and don't worry we'll teach you how to ride the scooter before you start - it's very easy!
We'll have dinner at a local street food stall.
Water and soft drinks are provided, but alcoholic drinks are extra
An electric scooter is included in the price
Helmets provided are mandatory, lights and high-vis vests will be provided
The tour starts at mine and Paul's house/office, which is located 1 minutes walk from Itsaraphap MRT station. We'll give you instructions as to how to find us. The tour is focused on showing you Bangkok at night we will be riding around the Thon Buri and the old town in Bangkok, where you'll get to see how local people live and some of the main historical sites at night.