19 Days Cross-Country Motorcycle Tour in Thailand, Laos, and China

  • Chiang Mai - Mae Sai - Phayao, Thailand; Luang Namtha - Boten - Oudomxay - Nong Khiew - Nong Khiew - Luang Prabang - Pak Beng - Hongsa, Laos; Jing Hong - Shuangjiang - Dali - Lijiang - Tiger Leaping Gorge - Shangri-La - Weixi - Shaxi - Lincang - Mengla, China; Deqen - Cizgong, Tibet

19 Days Cross-Country Motorcycle Tour in Thailand, Laos, and China

  • Chiang Mai - Mae Sai - Phayao, Thailand; Luang Namtha - Boten - Oudomxay - Nong Khiew - Nong Khiew - Luang Prabang - Pak Beng - Hongsa, Laos; Jing Hong - Shuangjiang - Dali - Lijiang - Tiger Leaping Gorge - Shangri-La - Weixi - Shaxi - Lincang - Mengla, China; Deqen - Cizgong, Tibet

Exotic Motorcycle Tour Asia

The tour provides an outstanding opportunity to obtain a thorough impression of the uniqueness of north Thailand, Laos, and the Yunnan province in China, including the autonomous province of Tibet via Shangri-La. You will explore small, almost hidden routes that are unknown to many. This tour starts and ends in the beautiful area of Chiang Mai with its breathtaking scenery, 800 kilometers north of Bangkok.


  • Starts and ends in Chiang Mai
  • Ride through four exotic, Asian countries
  • Explore Tibet and the Himalayas famous regions
  • Ride through Golden Triangle - meeting point of Myanmar, Laos, and Thailand
  • Motorcycle Kawasaki Versys 650cc, fuel during the entire tour
  • Experienced and English/German speaking “road captain”
  • Famous Big Bike Tours “On zeee bikes!” T-Shirt
  • 18 nights accommodation
  • 17 riding days
  • German, Thai, English
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The Garden Cottage, Chian Mai (1 night)

The Garden Cottage is a symbiosis of contemporary functionality and lived hospitality in a relaxed atmosphere surrounded by trees, fish ponds and a sea of ​​flowers and plants. You will be staying here on the first night of the motorcycle tour.

Green View Place, Mae Sai (1 night)

Green View Place is one to two kilometers from the Thai-Burma border. It is fully equipped with facilities such as lift, TV, refrigerator, air-conditioner, hot water, Wi-Fi, kettle, hair dryer, and free breakfast. You will be staying here on the second night of the motorcycle tour.

Dokchampa Hotel, Luang Namtha (1 night)

Dokchampa is a big Chinese hotel in the center of Luang Namtha. It is located on the main street, where you will find the night market, many restaurants, and trekking agencies. It has 61 rooms in total. They offer single, twin, double, and double VIP rooms with fan or air-conditioning. All the rooms have ensuite bathroom with hot showers and coffee or tea making facilities. You will be staying here on the third night of the motorcycle tour.

King Land Hotel, Jing Hong (1 night)

King Land Hotel is a four-star resort hotel located in Jinghong, Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, and tourist resort area in the center of Jinghong City. You will be staying here on the fourth night of the motorcycle tour.

JinQiao Hotel, Shuangjiang (1 night)

JinQiao Hotel is located Shuangjiang. You will be staying here on the fifth night of the motorcycle tour.

Landscape Hotel, Dali (1 night)

Landscape Hotel (Lanlinge Jiudian) is located in Dali's ancient historical quarter at the foot of Cang Shan (Mt. Cang) facing Erhai Lake. It is the only hotel in the region designed in the Bai Minority's courtyard style. On offer are 160 guest rooms and several restaurants serving Bai Minority food and other Chinese cuisine. You will be staying here on the sixth night of the motorcycle tour.

Liwang Hotel, Lijiang (2 nights)

The Liwang Hotel, Lijiang is a four-star hotel stands at the south gate square of the Lijiang ancient city. Enjoying the convenient location and iconic view, the hotel earns its reputation from its guests and colleges. You will be staying here on the seventh and eighth night of the motorcycle tour.

Compass Hotel, Shangri-La (1 night)

Compass Hotel is a boutique hotel in Shangri-La. You will be staying here on the ninth night of the motorcycle tour.

Cizhong Guesthouse, Cizhong (1 night)

Cizhong Guesthouse is located in Yanmen, Deqin. You will be staying here on the tenth night of the motorcycle tour.

Shaxi Aoxiu Hotel, Shaxi (1 night)

Shaxi Aoxiu Zige Hotel is located in Jianchuan County. You will be staying here on the eleventh night of the motorcycle tour.

Lin Tong Hotel, Lincang (1 night)

Lin Tong Hotel is located in Lincang City. You will be staying here on the twelfth night of the motorcycle tour.

King Land Hotel New City, Mengla (1 night)

King Land Hotel New City is located in Mengla County. You will be staying here on the thirteenth night of the motorcycle tour.

Pha Xang Resort, Nong Khiew (1 night)

Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Nong Khiaw, Pha Xang Resort promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers. You will be staying here on the fourteenth night of the motorcycle tour.

Mekong Sunset View Hotel, Luang Prabang (1 night)

Mekong Sunset View Hotel is a smart choice for travelers to Luang Prabang, offering a relaxed and hassle-free stay every time. You will be staying here on the fifteenth night of the motorcycle tour.

Phonemany Guesthouse, Pakbeng (1 night)

Phonemany Guesthouse offers accommodation in Pakbeng. You will be staying here on the sixteenth night of the motorcycle tour.

Win Hotel Phayao, Phayao (1 night)

Situated in the city center, Win Hotel Phayao offers comfortable modern rooms and free Wi-Fi access in all areas. You will be staying here on the seventeenth night of the motorcycle tour.

Amora Hotel, Chiang Mai (1 night)

Amora Hotel is a boutique hotel in Chiang Mai with the finest accommodation in town. You will be staying here on the last night of the motorcycle tour.


  • Bike: rental bike
  • Mileage: 4400 kilometers / 2735 miles
  • Daily rides: approximately 140 to 529 kilometers / 87 to 329 miles
  • Meals: daily breakfast, lunch, dinner, except on arrival and departure days

The tour will start in the morning 08:30 the day after the arrival day. The tour will finish after the breakfast at the hotel on the departure day.

Day 1 - Arrival at Chiang Mai

Arrival at Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX) from Bangkok. Your guide will await you outside customs hall and transfer you to the Garden Cottage, located roughly 10 kilometers northeast of Chiang Mai. You will have dinner with the tour crew and your accommodation for tonight will be at the resort.

Day 2 - Chiang Mai to Mae Sai (Golden Triangle) (278 kilometers / 173 miles)

You will take the highway, heading north of Chiang Mai. Discover Mae Kachan hot spring, the highest hot spring in Thailand. Continue along winding roads to Mae Sai, the northern most point of Thailand. Mae Sai is on the Burma border. You will cross into Burma and leave the motorcycle at the border to explore Tachilek in Burma and its attractions (visa on arrival). You will spend the night in Green View Palace in Mae Sai in Thailand.

Day 3 - Mae Sai (Golden Triangle) to Luang Namtha, Laos (275 kilometers / 171 miles)

Head east to the Golden Triangle, the area where Burma, Laos, and Thailand meet on the mighty Mekong River. Follow the river to the port town of Chiang Khong, gateway to Laos and China. You will cross the Mekong on the new Friendship Bridge into Laos and after completing the immigration process, ride to Luang Namtha. You will sleep in Dokchampa Hotel in charming Luang Namtha near the famous night market.

Day 4 - Luang Namtha, Laos to Jing Hong, China (236 kilometers / 147 miles)

You will start a bit earlier since you will be riding through Laos and crossing into China. You will enter China at Boten, a purpose built casino town to serve the Chinese fondness for gambling. You will try to arrive at Boten early morning and do the formalities to exit Laos. Afterwards, you will ride for a few hundred meters to the Chinese Immigration Building were your Chinese guide will be waiting.

After completing the immigration process, you will ride 45 kilometers to Mengla where you will get your driver's license and temporary plates at the police station, quite an experience. Dinner will be by the Mekong river at a local restaurant. You will visit the night market near the Mekong river and get a first glimpse of China. Your accommodation for tonight is at King Land Hotel in Jing Hong.

Day 5 - Jing Hong to Shuangjiang (328 kilometers / 204 miles)

You will be riding mostly for today,but with stunning scenery. You will cross the Mekong River many times. You will ride to Menghai, visit tea plantations, and continue to Shuangjiang Lahu Minority town. Overnight accommodation will be at JinQiao Hotel in unknown Shuangjiang.

Day 6 - Shuangjiang to Dali, China (400 kilometers / 249 miles)

You will ride to Dali old city via Lin Cang and Weishan Countries. Enjoy your visit to the very charming old town of Weishan, one and a half hours before reaching Dali. The old town is one of the hidden gems of Yunnan and is not so touristic. Dali has long been a crossroad for trades and culture. Until today, this walled city is well preserved, buzzing with shops, restaurants, and bars. Time to wander around the streets and explore. Your accommodation for tonight is at Landscape Hotel.

Day 7 - Dali to Lijiang, China (198 kilometers / 123 miles)

After check out, you will visit the nearby Three Pagodas of Shong Sheng temple. Afterwards, you will ride up into the Cangshan mountain range and visit a Kung Fu temple where, until today, monks live, pray, and practice Kung Fu. From the road to the temple, you will have fantastic views on the Erhai Lake and the Dali Valley. Later in the day, you will take the old road to Lijiang, were you will stay in Liwang Hotel in the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 8 - Rest day in Lijiang, China

Lijiang’s charming Old Town is a maze of cobbled streets, canals, and stone bridges that date from the Ming Dynasty. In the morning, you will visit Lijiang Old Town, about one and a half hours' walk. The earlier the better since less tourists will be around. You are free to explore this ancient city at your leisure. Lijiang is a ‘shop till you drop’ type of place and all sorts of interesting items are for sale.

As an optional activity, Big Bike Tours offer in the afternoon after lunch a short bike ride to Baisha (embroidery center, very authentic old town) and Yuhu (a traditional Naxi village further north under the majestic Jade Drangon Snow Mountain range) is also worth a visit. Late in the afternoon or evening, you might bet to watch a spectacular show near the old town. You can also visit Naxi Dongba temple, the oldest Dongba temples in Yunnan.

For tonight, you will stay in Liwang Hotel in the Old Town.

Day 9 - Lijiang to Tiger Leaping Gorge to Shangri-La, China (268 kilometers / 167 miles)

From Lijiang, you will cross a small mountain range and arrive soon at the Yangtze River, the third longest river in the world. You will cross the Yangtze and ride into the Tiger Leaping Gorge. You will take a 45-minute break at the attraction platform where you will walk down the wooden stairs closer to the river. After that, you will leave for Tiger Leaping Gorge, the highlight of motorcycle riding. This fantastic road follows the Yangtze River.

Lunch will be in the gorge at a guest house restaurant. After lunch, you will cross the gorge and take the famous silk road to the Tibetan town of Shangri-La. You will notice the change of altitude and minorities you encounter as you ride to the plateau. You will spend the night at Compass Hotel in Shangri-La

Day 10 - Shangri-La to Deqen to Cizhong, Tibet (306 kilometers / 190 miles)

After breakfast, you will visit Sonzanlin Tibetan Monastery. This grand Tibetan lamasery hosts 600 monks and is still practicing Tibetan Buddhism. Then from Shangri-La, you will take the G214 up north to the Tibetan town of Degen, 70 kilometers south of the Tibetan border (T.A.R.). On the way to Deqen, you will cross the 4,300 meter high Pass of the White Horse.

A little further north of Deqen, in the small town of Feilai Si (flying temple), you will have access to a panorama platform which offers stunning views on the mighty Mount Kawa Karpo, a stunning 6.,00 meter high and holy mountain. The mountain is the third holiest to all Tibet, featuring a triangle shaped snow covered peak. Mount Kawa Karpo is one of the highest peaks in the Eastern Himalayas.

You will be riding along the Lancang Jiang (upper Mekong River) to Cizhong Village. You will spend a night at Cizhong Guesthouse, a fine Tibetan guesthouse in Cizhong (homestay with an authentic Tibetan family).

Day 11 - Cizhong, Tibet to Weixi to Shaxi, China (316 kilometers / 196 miles)

From Cizhong, you will head south and lose altitude quickly. Soon, you will reach the shores of the Mekong River at 2,200 meter altitude, which you will follow all the way to Weixi. The area is called the three rivers valley since the three mightiest rivers of Asia almost meet here (Mekong, Yangtze, and Nujiang). After a light lunch in Weixi, you will ride to Shaxi village in the afternoon. Shaxi is considered to be the most intact caravan town remaining on the Ancient Tea-Horse Road.

Shaxi’s Sideng Market Square has been listed by UNESCO on their World Monument Watch List of the 100 Most Endangered Cultural Sites in the World. You will visit this tea horse caravan town with old houses. Accommodation for tonight is at Shaxi Aoxiu Hotel in Shaxi.

Day 12 - Shaxi to Lincang, China (418 kilometers / 260 miles)

You will backtrack out of Shaxi and ride on the highway towards the Erhai Lake, a very scenic ride passing this beautiful lake, and then you will turn south to Lincang. Accommodation for tonight is at Lin Tong Hotel in Lincang.

Day 13 - Lincang to Mengla, China (529 kilometers / 329 miles)

For today, you will mostly be riding on highways, but again with stunning scenery. You will ride to Ning’er and get on the highway. You will ride through Xiaomengyang Nature Reserve, one of the most beautiful highways in China. You will arrive in Mengla for your overnight stay at King Land Hotel New City. Dinner will be at a local restaurant near the hotel. A farewell party in a karaoke pub will be held to enjoy our last night in China.

Day 14 - Mengla, China to Boten to Oudomxay to Nong Khiew, Laos (255 kilometers / 158 miles)

After breakfast, you will make your way to reach the border in one hour. You will cross back into Laos. You will follow the stunning mountain road to Oudomxay to Nong Kiau, a brand new stunning road trough Laos' highest mountains to the amazing Nong Khiew. Overnight accommodation will be at Pha Xang Resort in this beautiful and authentic Laos town at the river near the Two Elephant Mountains, one of the most beautiful spot in South East Asia.

Day 15 - Nong Khiew to Luang Prabang, Laos (141 kilometers / 88 miles)

After breakfast, you will ride to Luang Prabang (literally Royal Buddha Image) where you will stay overnight at Mekong Sunset View Hotel. The city was formerly the capital of a kingdom of the same name. It had also been known by the ancient name of Chiang Thong. Until the communist takeover in 1975, it was the royal capital and seat of government of the Kingdom of Laos. The old town center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The main part of the city consists of four main roads on a peninsula between the Nam Khan and Mekong Rivers. The city is well known for its numerous Buddhist temples and monasteries. Every morning, hundreds of monks from the various monasteries walk through the streets collecting alms. One of the major landmarks in the city is a large steep hill on which sits temple Wat Pousi. Before dinner directly at the Mekong River, you will have to lift up your motorcycle in the long tail boat.

Day 16 - Luang Prabang to Pak Beng, Laos (250 kilometers / 155 miles)

You will take your bikes with you on a long tail boat upstream the Mekong River to Pak Beng, a once-in-a-lifetime experience. About 250 kilometers on the river will take you six to eight hours. Lunch will be served on the boat. Overnight accommodation will be in the Phonemany Guesthouse in the little charming town of Pak Beng by the Mekong River.

Day 17 - Pak Beng to Hongsa, Laos to Phayao, Thailand (294 kilometers / 183 miles)

Today, you will cross back into Thailand. Ride the top 10 motorcycle road in the world, R1148 to the Phayao lake, one of the biggest lake in Thailand. Overnight accommodation will be at Win Hotel on the lake. Tonight is the last night of the tour so be sure to save time to party.

Day 18 - Phayao to Chiang Mai, Thailand (151 kilometers / 94 miles)

You will be riding back home on the stunning road R120. Continue riding on windy mountain roads to Tharntong waterfall and Mae Kachan hot spring. You will visit a local market, stopping for refreshment, before heading back to Chiang Mai. Your accommodation for tonight will be in a deluxe room in Amora Hotel, Chiang Mai.

Day 19 - Departure in Chiang Mai

Take time to relax at the hotel before you check out and leave for the airport or stay and explore Chiang Mai and its surrounding areas.

Passport for Thailand

Most nationalities do not require a visa to enter Thailand for a stay that does not exceed 30 days. However, it is important to note that Thailand’s immigration regulations require that passports must remain valid at least six months beyond visitors’ intended length of stay in Thailand.

Furthermore, it is important to note that Thai immigration authorities only grant a visa-free stay of maximum 15 days in Thailand if tourists enter the country overland (from Burma) rather than through an international airport. Hence, after returning overland from Burma, you will only be allowed a maximum visa-free stay of 15 days in Thailand.

Passport for Myanmar and Laos

For Myanmar (former Burma), only at the Mae Sai border and also for Laos is visa on arrival possible, same as it is in Thailand. The visa fee for one day in Burma is about 15 USD (500 THB) and for Laos about 30 USD for 30 days (1,000 THB).

Passport for China

First of all, please note that today it is irrelevant whether you refer to China. In order to facilitate the issuance of visas through a Chinese Embassy or Permanent Mission, it is best if persons with pre-booked travel arrangements submit along with their visa application a so-called “Visa Confirmation Letter” from the tour operator in Bejing responsible for the tour arrangements.

Big Bike Tours shall obtain the visa confirmation letter and forward it to you. The confirmation letter implies that the tour operator is responsible for you during your entire stay in China and eliminates further questioning by the Chinese Embassy.

Please note that Chinese Embassies generally do not consider the exact travel dates but simply stamp visas valid for three months and entitling the holder for one single entry into China within these three months. Therefore, Big Bike Tours will forward to you the visa confirmation letter approximately one and a half months before the start of the tour to ensure that the validity of your visa will extend beyond the length of your stay in China.

Once you have received your visa confirmation letter, you should contact the nearest Chinese Embassy or Permanent Mission to obtain visas application forms, fill in the visa application forms in triplicate, attach one passport photo to each copy of the application form, and enclose a printout copy of the visa confirmation letter with the application.

During this motorcycle tour, you will visit the following places:

  • Kung Fu temple in the Cangshan mountain range
  • Lijiang Old Town
  • Night market near the Mekong river
  • Old town of Weishan
  • Pak Beng
  • Sonzanlin Tibetan Monastery
  • Tachilek in Myanmar
  • Tea plantations in Menghai
  • Three Pagodas of Shong Sheng temple
  • Tiger Leaping Gorge

This motorcycle tour will take place in Thailand, Burma, Laos, China, and Tibet.

You will be provided with daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner during this motorcycle tour. Your meals on the arrival and departure days are not included in the price.

Every day, Big Bike Tours will offer advice on the best things to see and do, but you’re under no pressure to follow the (small) crowd. You can strike out on your own at any time and simply meet back up with the group when you’re ready. Big Bike Tours will have preferred routes mapped out for you - but anyway, you choose to arrive at the booked hotel is up to you! There are elephants and water buffalo although you might not get there in time for dinner.

  • 18 nights accommodation
  • All entrance fees to sights specified in the itinerary
  • Compulsory third-party insurance in Thailand
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner except on arrival and departure days
  • English and German-speaking professional tour guide
  • Experienced Thai motorcycle mechanic services
  • Famous Big Bike Tours “On zeee bikes!” T-Shirt
  • Kawasaki Versys 650cc motorcycle rental
  • Service charge, room tax, and baggage handling
  • Temporary drivers’ license for China issued on the basis of a valid international driver’s license
  • The services of an escort vehicle (Service Truck) for transport of the main luggage
  • Vehicle registration and inspection fees (Chinese Road Transport Administration Department)
  • Airfare
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • All services not mentioned as included and all items of a personal nature
  • Insurance during the trip in Laos and China
  • Meals not specified in the itinerary
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Visa fee for Myanmar, Laos, and China

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX). Most customers touring with Big Bike Tours usually come from Bangkok and in this case, they recommend traveling up to Chiang Mai by one of the many flights operating on this route. It is not expensive and with companies such as Air Asia. The earlier you book, the cheaper the flight.

Arrival by train

The train (night train) is another option; however, the Thai train network needs a serious overhaul. Take a look at the difference between the train cost and the flight costs compared to one-hour flying time or a 12-hour train journey along with the fact that the trains are notoriously unreliable. The train option is usually the odd one out.

Arrival by bus

A lot of busses start every hour from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit - Chatuchak) to Chiang Mai. Travel time with the bus will be around eight hours.

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 10% of the total price.
  • The deposit is fully refundable if the booking is cancelled up to 7 days before the arrival date.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.

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    Review by Martin Barstad from Norway

    3-day tour

    CONS Cons: Laos, I would have preferred to see something different than the market next to the river. I would rather like to see where people live and work.

    PROS Pros: I appreciated all the highlights we got to visit. It was a very efficient way to get to see the real Thailand. The roads were as made for MC, very fun to ride on a nice BMW. Noa was fun to be with, allways positive.

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  • Review by Sayed Zaheer Abbas
    10 out of 10

    "They are the best and have the best maintained bikes."

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  • Review by a traveler
    10 out of 10

    "This was my second trip with Big Bike Tours and must say it didn't fail to please."


    "As usual we flew into Chiang Mai and was greeted by a member of Big Bike Tours and taken to the Amora hotel which is fantastic. We arrived quite early and our rooms weren't ready so the hotel gave us a free upgrade to a suite which was amazing!"


    "All the group members arrived and met in reception later that evening and we headed out for drinks and food, escorted by Kay and Noah who looked after us as usual and made sure we got back to the hotel ok."


    "First day of the tour we had the morning brief about safety, the days itinerary and QA time."


    "The next 5 days were just amazing! fantastic scenery good quality roads and scenery to die for."


    "memories for life up in the mountains, national parks, Mekong river, golden triangle, Mae son loop. Truly a bikers dream and a lifetime adventure."


    "special thanks again to Noah, Kay, Siam and Wine for looking after us and giving that confidence from the start that its going to be an amazing holiday."


    "We loved it so much, as we did last year we have already booked our next trip in 2018. Cant wait for our 10 day tour of Thailand and Cambodia with WSB included in Buriram"


    "My advice to bikers............book it! its a lifetime experience you'll love forever"

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  • Review by Myles Mclean from New Zealand
    10 out of 10

    "Absolute cracker of a tour! I was impressed right from the get go. Kay and Noah provided an awesome tour of Northern Thailand (Mae Hon Son Loop). All the facilities were great. It is such and amazing feeling following Noah through the twists and turn, as he knows those road of the back of his hand. I am a young rider from New Zealand and felt like my riding has improved immensely over the tour. Once again, Cheers to Noah and Kay for everything :) 10/10!!!!"

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  • Review by Dave from Australia
    10 out of 10

    "Great tour, extremely knowledgeable operators, awesome riding through a Thailand, enjoyed the sight seeing tours, all hotels and food were very good, really enjoyed my big bike tour experience, will be retuning again in 2018 for another tour"

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  • Review by a traveler from British Columbia
    10 out of 10

    "Bike Bike tours was amazing. A must do for motorcycle enthusiasts. The whole group ran a great show and made my trip a wonderful experience. Very professional. Thanks to Noah , Wine and the whole gang for a great trip."

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  • Review by David from United Kingdom
    10 out of 10

    "All staff very friendly and èxellently well trained in customer support, the best motorbiking"

    "holiday of my life, motorbikes very well maintained and met bickers from all over the world will recommend to all my friends"

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  • Review by Ken C. from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "Tour leader and partner Noah (blah blah blah, some more rice) was the best guide, really looked after us well, from ordering the food to dealing with traffic cops, great organization, highly recommended"

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  • Review by a traveler from China
    10 out of 10

    "I have just completed The "Fantastic Lanna Kingdom Tour". This trip took in the best roads I have ever ridden on and some of the most beautiful views and sights you will see anywhere in the world. Kay & Noah and the team, provide excellent well maintained bikes, very good hotels and excellent food. The riding was an excellent mix of fast and technical but you felt safe at all times. Noah is a very competent fast rider, an excellent tour guide with a wicked sense of humour with a passion for his country's culture. Book a trip with these guys you won't be disappointed!"

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  • Review by Jus Gordon
    10 out of 10

    "This was my second tour with Big Bikes and I booked for a five day trip "Fantastic Lanna Kingdom". The tour was truly amazing and it took in a lot of the sights. It gives riders some excellent technical riding and the Mae Hong Son loop is a must, 1864 curves, what a true bikers road! Your in safe hands with Kay & Noah and the team, who are the best in the business! Book it and enjoy!"

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  • Review by Danny Stan
    10 out of 10

    "I had an awesome 6 day tour with Wine, Noah, Kay & Siam. "

    "Not really one for guided tours so wasn't really sure what to expect! "

    "Kay picked me up from the airport gave me and another traveller advice about Chiang Mai (where to visit,eat etc.) and checked me into the Amora hotel that they recommend, which is excellent value btw."

    "Once on the road the trip quickly evolved into a ride out with friends!"

    "All the hotels and food were excellent, a few of the other riders had dietary requirements which posed no problem."

    "The guys all really did their best to make sure that everyone had an awesome time, and that the bikes were well maintained. I hired the BMW f800GS which was perfect for the trip."

    "when I come back to Thailand I will definitely book another trip"


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  • Review by Travis Lutter
    10 out of 10

    "Great tour. I rode the BMW 800. I enjoyed the riding. Can't wait to go back and do it again."

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  • Review by Monica Orgovanyi
    10 out of 10

    "JUST DO IT. "

    "The most awesome experience"

    "Tour, Roads.Food, Accommodation. (Big Bikes too)"

    "The tour owners/guides are the best, "

    "My partner and I, have had 3 tours with these beautiful people, and are going back for the 4th, in 2017. so 4 tours in 3 years, Must be good."

    "These guys are really the best. WE TRUST THEM."

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  • Review by Chris Lavery
    10 out of 10

    "Great time had by all. Modern bikes, Awesome roads, amazing food and everything well organised. I will return..."

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  • Review by Colin Bayman
    10 out of 10

    "An experience I won't forget in a hurry. Thailand has the roads, the people, the culture and the food, Big Bike Tours puts it all together for a ride that will blow your sox off."

    "Noah knows his country and how to get the best out of it. No maps, no GPSs, it's all in head and he can keep the pace on for the best of us."

    "Well done and thank you for a great tour from the 7 Perth Adventure Riders."

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  • Review by Steve Duke
    10 out of 10

    "We just completed to 5 day tour with these chaps. Verdict? AWESOME!"

    "Organisation: Top notch, all e mails responded to promptly, additional nights at the base hotel booked (at a discount...) for us, met us at the airport etc etc etc."

    "Routes: Truly spectacular views and panoramas, fantastic roads to challenge the best riders, lot's to see and do. Tour guide well informed about the history of what you see."

    "Bikes: All well maintained and modern. The guys work on the machines when you think you are not looking.... Nothing for you to do except ride them."

    "Food: A different Thai dish every time..... All fresh and delicious with the guys explaining exactly what was in there and how hot etc. They food is a definite highlight!"

    "Hotels: Fantastic standard with only one just a bit "tired". Hotels very welcoming."

    "Ambiance: Nothing contrived but we made some great friends on the trip as any biker would. Tour people are friendly and approachable with a good sense of humour (which they needed!)"

    "Cost: Pennies for what we got!"

    "We will be going again...."

    "Thank you guys - a memorable experience."

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