This website lists a number of bicycle tracks, which are designed to bring you along the last remaining ancient ruins of the Historic City of Ayutthaya. Ayutthaya was a typically Siamese water-based settlement; one of the characteristics which gave the city its UNESCO World Heritage status.

On the site you will find different tested bicycle tracks described for each of these zones. Additional information and photographs on Points of Interest, Reference Points and the History of Ayutthaya (including downloadable PDF-files on the subject) can be also found.

After the Great Flood of 2011 all the most important ruins were restored and some additional sites outside the city island made accessible to the public. Nevertheless, urbanisation has and is still taken its toll on Ayutthaya. A couple of years ago the media announced the construction of bicycle paths, an essential element for a world heritage site as Ayutthaya, but alas nothing has been given concrete form until today.

Next to local bike rides in and around Ayutthaya, the website has also tracks to important historical sites in adjacent provinces such as the reclining Buddha in Pa Mok (Ang Thong), the shadow of the Buddha on the rock at Phra Phuttha Chai (Sara Buri), the reclining Buddha of Wat Khun Inthrapramun and the reclining Buddha of Jak Sri (Sing Buri).

On the site you will also find multiple-days bike rides within different provinces and to major locations in Thailand.

Ayutthaya Biking Adventure is not a commercial nor a non-profit organisation, but merely a sporting pastime. We have a closed group on Facebook (FB) and only accept people who effectively bike with us on a regular basis. Planned bike rides are announced by event on FB.

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