Cycling Thailand Malaysia Singapore 16 days


With Asia Bicycle Tours (powered by “Vietnam By Bike” travel Co., Ltd), you will experience the best cycling loops that cover Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. The trip starts at the Thailand famous beach town, Phuket, to cycle through the southern part of Thailand, then cross the border to cycle to Malaysia. We recommend arriving in Phuket 1 or 2 days before the tour starts to enjoy the beach on your own. Thus we do not include Langkawi in Malaysia as it requires a boat trip to the Island. The highlighted places including Phuket, Krabi and the top 5 places to visit in Malaysia: Penang (George Town), Cameron Highlands (picturesque scenery of tea plantation), Batu Cave, Bustling Kuala Lumpur City, Malacca (The World Heritage Site together with George Town of Penang). The trip finishes in Singapore, the financial hub of SouthEast Asia and the good airport to board the flight back home.


Day 1: Phuket – Than Bok Kherani National Park (L, D/Cycling 72km)

After a seaside breakfast, take a short transfer about 1 hour tour starting point near Wat Pa Tha Nun. There we start cycling on the small and paved back road through the villages towards Tha Yu River, where we stop for the first water break to refill the energy. After a short break, we keep cycling and cross the PhetKasem Road continuing through the villages, pagodas, and schools. We keep cycling through the countryside’s scenery until we reach the backroads of the PhetKasem Road and turn left for about 2 km before turning left again on the small back road. We’ll continue cycling for another 10 km towards a local restaurant for lunch near Ruesi Sawan and Luk Suea Cave.

After lunch, we continue cycling for about 15 km to Sa Nang Manora Waterfall, where we pause and pay a short visit to this quiet and nice atmospheric waterfall. After the visit, continue cycling for the last 3 km to complete our ride today. Jump on the support vehicle and transfer about 50min to our resort near Than Bok Khorani National Park. 

  • Accommodation: Ao Luek Panoramic Pool Villa (  Ao Luek Panoramic Pool Villa https://maps.app.goo.gl/8vzUk6ua4nUHuzZG8?g_st=ic )  or similar standard
  • Support minivan: carry bicycle and riders 
  • Mt.bicycle with helmet 
  • Experience cycling tour guide
  • Lunch, Dinner
  • Entrance fee
  • Snack, fruit, drinking water along the ride 

Day 2: Than Bok Kherani National Park – Krabi (Cycling 58 km) 

After breakfast at the hotel, today we’ll cycle from hotel to hotel all the way on the paved road. We will first start the visit for about 40 min at Than Bok Khorani National Park featuring scenic waterfalls, underground caves & limestone mountains. After the visit, we continue the ride about 3 km along the HighWay 4 and then turn right along the small back road passing coconut farms, oil farms, rubber plantations, and through the Muslim villages, where we can understand more about their daily lives. We keep cycling until we reach a local restaurant for lunch. After lunch, we’ll continue cycling for the last 8 km to our hotel in the early afternoon. Enjoy dinner and stay overnight in Krabi.

  • Accommodation: Ao Luek Panoramic Pool Villa (  Ao Luek Panoramic Pool Villa https://maps.app.goo.gl/8vzUk6ua4nUHuzZG8?g_st=ic )  or similar standard
  • Support minivan: carry bicycle and riders 
  • Mt.bicycle with helmet 
  • Experience cycling tour guide
  • Lunch, Dinner
  • Entrance fee
  • Snack, fruit, drinking water along the ride 

Day 3: Krabi – Hat Yai (Cycling 70 km)

After breakfast at the hotel, jump on the support vehicle and transfer about 1h.40min to our starting point at Ban Phru Pi Police Station. There we start cycling on the tarmac back road through the villages and schools. We keep cycling along our beautiful road with the fresh air passing the coconut palm oil farms and rubber farm trees until our first water break of the day. After a short break, we continue cycling along the straight road about 4km, then turn left and keep cycling crossing the Sikao River and other canals with the stunning views towards our second water stop. There we turn right on a bigger road and ride to Ang Thong Waterfall, which has great breathtaking views. We spend about 20 min here and continue about another 11km to a local restaurant for a late lunch. After lunch, we continue the last 9 km to complete the 69 km and then transfer about 2h.20min to check-in our hotel. Enjoy dinner and stay overnight in Hat Yai.

Day 4: Hat Yai – Penang (Cycling 73 km)

After breakfast, jump on the support vehicle and transfer about 1h.20min straight to the Malaysia Border for the visa processing. After the formalities, we will be transferred for another 1 hour to the starting point at Pasar Pagi Sungai Korok. We start cycling along the National Road K2 for about 4 km, then turn right along the small back road about 10 km towards the coast, where we stop for lunch.

After lunch, we continue cycling, crossing the Jambatan Tok Pasai bridge and continue to cross the HighWay No78 and turn right along the National Road K1 towards the coast again. There we continue cycling along the beautiful coastlines for about 40 km until the T-junction, where we turn left and continue cycling about another 8 km towards the beautiful Tupah Recreational Forest. We stop to visit the Bujang Valley Archaeological in a serene setting with Hindu temple ruins & a museum showcasing artifacts. After the visit, we transfer straight away about 1h.30min to our hotel in George Town. Enjoy dinner and stay overnight in George Town.

Day 5: Explore George Town (62 km)

After a seaside breakfast, we transfer about 18 km to the starting point at Batu Ferringhi Waterfall. The route today is up and down with the highest elevation being 433m. We keep cycling on the small back road for about 6 km until we reach the bigger road, then turn left along the Teluk Bahang Dam and keep cycling for another 11km to the first water break. Then turn right on the smaller back road and keep cycling through the villages passing schools and pagodas towards the coast. From here, we cycle all the way along the alluring coastlines until we reach a local restaurant for lunch.

After lunch, we cycle the last leg about 12 km towards Relau Metropolitan Public Garden to finish our wonderful ride. Then jump on the support vehicle and transfer about 40min right away back to our hotel and relax at the pool.

Day 6: Georgetown – Ipoh (Cycling 81 km)

After breakfast, take a short transfer about 1h.30min to the starting point. The first 6 km is a bit busy, make sure that you are following the single pile. We ride about 6 km on the city road until we reach Changkat Jering and turn left on Road No1. We keep riding on the same road to our first water break close to Harmo Market. After a short break, we’ll keep cycling towards Sungai Perak River for the second water break. There we’ll continue riding on the same road for another 20 km to a local restaurant for lunch. After lunch, we continue about another 15km on the same road to Chemor, where we turn left on Road A13 and cycle the last 15 km to our hotel.

Day 7: Ipoh – Cameron Highlands (Cycling 88 km)

After breakfast, we’ll start cycling 15 km out of town. Today, we have 50km of hills but it is worth it to cycle along the Tea Plantation toward the Cameron Highlands. After the first 15km easy section, we continue cycling 10km more toward the water stop to get our energy for the hills. After the first water stop, we continue cycling 40km sections on the hills with a couple of rollers on the incline. There are a number of flat sections which make the climb less difficult. However, we will have a couple of stops to enjoy the picturesque scenery. Then we stop for lunch. After lunch, we cycle to the top of the mountain where there are a number of strawberry farms. The climbs are mostly around 3%-4% with a few steeper sections. After arriving in the town of Cameron Highlands, we wander around to see the highlands if we still have energy. Dinner and overnight in Cameron Highland Town.

Day 8: Cameron Highlands – Raub (93 km)

Breakfast at the hotel. We cycle to Ringlet where we make our first water stop. Then we enjoy cycling on a long and fun descent road. Pay attention to the short sharp hills while enjoying the great scenery. The road is wide and quiet, and we might cycle past cyclists or sport cars. We stop for lunch around 73 km and then cycle the last 20 km to Sungai Koyan, the Muslim village but still can find our well deserved post-ride beer before jumping on the support van and transferring the last 45 minutes to Raub. Dinner and overnight in Raub.

Day 9: Raub – Kuala Lumpur (Cycling 70 km)

Today we ride from the hotel on the beautiful back road passing the coconut palm oil and rubber plantation farms. The road is a little up and down hill with the highest elevation is 164m. We ride for about 15km towards Krau Wildlife Reserve for the first water break. After a short break, we continue cycling on the small back road passing various plantations for other 15km to our second water break. After the break, we ride for other 10km for an early lunch or keep cycling for a late lunch about 1.30pm. We keep cycling along the beautiful back road until we reach out the High Way E8 and cross to small back road, where we cycle various stunning parks to our finishing point at Sg.Dua Waterfall. Jump on the support vehicle and transfer about 1h.20min to our hotel.

Day 10: Explore Kuala Lumpur (No Cycling)

After breakfast at the hotel, today we start to capture the pictures at Petronas Twin Towers and the king’s palace. Then continue to the National Monument, National Museum, and Sultan Abdul Samad Building, and pause for a photo at the National Mosque, and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.

After lunch, visit Little India, the outskirt township of Brickfields, a colorful modern Malaysian-Indian community. Visit a nearby Batik factory, a traditional Malaysian batik, to see how batik is printed or hand-drawn using wax and dye.

End our day at the Royal Selangor Visitor Centre where the finest Malaysian Pewters are crafted. Transfer back to thehotel and stay overnight in Kuala Lampur.

Day 11: Kuala Lumpur – Malacca (Cycling 75km)

After breakfast, take a short transfer about 1hour to our starting point at Empangan Semenyih Lake. We turn left and start biking on the back-tarmac road and up and down hills with the highest elevation of 500m. We keep cycling about 5km towards Simpang Peras, then turn right along the undulating routes with the great views beside until our first water break. There we continue cycling on the same road for other 15km to the second water break. After a short break, continue other 20km towards Kampong TiTi Bunga, where we stop at a local restaurant for lunch.

After lunch, we continue pedaling on the same road for other 10km until we reach out the bigger Road No86. There we turn left and keep cycling for about 11km towards Pertang, then turn right on the small back road and keep cycling on the undulating route straight away to Kampung Ghalib where we end our day here. Jump on the support vehicle and transfer about 30min to our hotel. Stay overnight in Bahau.

Day 12: Malacca – Segamat (Cycling 73km)

After breakfast, today we start cycling from our hotel with the half way on the tarmac road and other half way on the beautiful dirt road through the farms of a private company. We start warming up about 3km to Bahau Memorial Park, where we pause for a quick visit. There continue cycling on the small back road for other 20km until we reach out the round-about, then turn right on the bigger road about 7km and turn left on the smaller road. We keep pedaling on the same towards Pusat Bandar Palong Empat, where we stop for lunch and a short break.

After lunch, we continue for the last 20km through the stunning views and various plantations until our finishing point. Jump on the support and transfer straight away to spend a short attention to the Castle of Segamat, before we process check-in at our hotel. Stay overnight in Segamat.

Day 13: Segamat – Kluang (Cycling 85km)

After breakfast, take a quick transfer about 10km to our starting point next to the bridge crossing the Sungai Kenawar River. The route today is all the way on the tarmac and flat roads along the river and the beautiful countryside senses. We start cycling on the small back road to our first water break and continue on the same astonishing road towards the main route, and turn right for about 4km before turning left on the beautiful smaller road again. While cycling close to the Endau Rompin National Park, the views are more interesting with the fresh air. We end our cycling near Chamek and transfer about 30min to our hotel. Stay overnight in Kluang.

Day 14: Kluang – Johor Bahru (Cycling 75km)

After breakfast, again we take a short transfer of about 10km to the starting point at Geocera. There we start cycling along the small back road all paved and quiet for cycling. We firstly ride along the river, then turn right into a smaller road and keep cycling about 10km to the Main Road. We turn left along the main road about 4km and turn left again into our beautiful smaller road through the villages. We keep cycling towards Renggam and Layang-Layang passing various plantations and the adorable views which endorse our great ride. We stop for lunch at a local restaurant at Taman Scientex Kulai.

After lunch, we continue pedaling the last leg of 30km along the Sungai Pontian Besar River and end our great near Pekan Nanas. Jump on the support vehicle and transfer about 1hour to Johor Bahru and stay overnight.

Day 15: Johor Bahru – Singapore (Cycling 36km)

After breakfast, jump on the support vehicle and transfer about 50min to our starting at Kampung Sungai Tiram. We start cycling by crossing the Sungai Tiram Bridge and keep cycling along the back-road heading to the Johor River. The routes are quite nice with the fresh air breezing from the river. We keep cycling along the stunning views of the river towards the Yoyo Rakit, Fishing and Resort Centre. End our great ride and transfer about 1 hour straight away to the Singapore Border for the Visa processing. Say goodbye to your Malaysian Team and transfer about 50min to your hotel.

Day 16: Singapore Departure

Meet at the hotel with our supportive crew and transfer to Singapore Changi Airport to catch your outbound flight back home. Say goodbye to your supportive crews!


Our full package include:

  • Private air-conditioned vehicle for transfer and back up as itinerary: airport pickup, drop off and transfer before, after the biking loops.
  • Mt. Bike (Trek/Cannondale/GT bicycle 27.5”), helmet
  • Plenty of water provided throughout the day when cycling
  • Snacks and local fruits
  • Cycling Certified English Speaking Guide
  • 1 first aid kit per guide
  • Cycling guide will have a full set of travel bike tools
  • 1 main support vehicle will have spare parts
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner)
  • Sightseeing tickets were mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Accommodation as listed below each day.
  • Boat trip and ferry along the biking loops 

Our services don’t include:

  • Visa arrangement
  • Any International and domestic flights
  • Meals other than mentioned above
  • Soft drinks, or beverages beyond water – we can add this into costs at agents request
  • Beverage and alcoholic drinks at mealtimes
  • Tips
  • E-bike surcharge 25 USD/person/day
  • Single supplement surcharge 
  • Energy drinks or powders, performance bars, or performance gels (Gatorade, Powerbars, Gu, Isostar, etc)
  • Personal Travel Insurance and Health insurance for Covid treatment.
  • Personal expenditure (Laundry, telephone)
  • Any other services not clearly mentioned in the itinerary and in the inclusive portion.
  • Other language speaking guides