As Bangkok simmers down in the evening, meet your group and guide near Khaosan Road to start your 4-hour bike tour, which takes you through central Bangkok to reveal the Thai capital in a different light.
Cross the Chao Phraya River for a nighttime panorama of Bangkok, and ride down some of the city's narrowest and most ambient streets. Stop to visit Wat Arun, known as Temple of the Dawn, lit up and radiant against the sky. Nighttime offers a different experience of this 17th-century Buddhist temple, a prominent place of worship for locals.
Continue down atmospheric alleyways and backstreets to Pak Khlong Talat, Bangkok's most famous flower market, open 24 hours a day. The evening is when the market is at its busiest. Gawk at the riot of colors, scents and sights as you watch locals stocking up on their flowers and produce, and pause to sample some street snacks.
Continue riding to Wat Pho, also called Temple of the Reclining Buddha. Take 20 or so minutes to explore the poignant temple, littered with staggering stupas that shimmer with a different golden hue at night. Away from the daytime tourists, Wat Pho is extra special at night.
Soak up Bangkok's nighttime atmosphere as you cycle your way back to the start point.