Our Tours

Together with local partners, we currently operate our unique Bamboo Bicycle Tours in two locations: Yangon and Bangkok. The tours are relaxing half or full-day tours. We only use experienced, licensed guides who are very knowledgeable about the natural environment and habitat as well as its challenges, such as deforestation,  pollution and litter.  In the near future, we intend to bring the joy of riding our comfortable bamboo bicycles to other tourist destinations.


Yangon, Myanmar

Cycling in Myanmar is a great way to discover its hidden gems. From Yangon ferry terminal, we will cross the river to explore the laid-back fishing village of Dala. On our beautiful and comfortable bamboo bicycles, we will take you off-the-beaten track for a unique adventure. At a leisurely and relaxing pace, we will show you places you would never find on your own. You will get an exceptional insight into the local communities and lifestyle.



Bangkok, Thailand

Our bicycle tours start and end within Khung Bang Krachao, a lush, green oasis tucked away in a city of 10 million. The guests cycle through jungle-like stretches of palms, mangroves, banyan and banana trees, among others, while getting a glimpses of electric-blue kingfishers or monitor lizards that can grow more than two meters long. It is really hard to believe that across the river, only a few hundred meters away, you find yourself in hustle & bustle of down-town Bangkok.



Utrecht, The Netherlands

Most visitors just wander around the historic city centre. However, only few get to see the amazing surroundings with wind mills, forts, farms you can visit, and nature. Why don’t you explore the beautiful countryside around Utrecht the Dutch way: on one of our fancy bicycles. We love to show you around. Sustainability, nature and eco-awareness are core values for us. Therefore, our Utrecht bike fleet consists out of sustainable and durable bikes only. Apart from bamboo bicycles, we have also recycled and pimped-up vintage bikes. We expect to launch our Utrecht Tours early June 2019.