Sukhothai is one of the lower northern provinces of Thailand. Sukhothai is located in the valley of the Yom River. Sukhothai province was an early kingdom in north central Thailand. The Kingdom existed from 1238 until 1438. The city of Sukhothai was the old capital of Kingdom of Sukhothai. His ruins have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage historical park. Sukhothai means the Dawn of Happiness.
The roads in Sukhothai are mostly easy to ride. Some parts might be a bit harder than others but all are practicables for real bikers. You must be capable to handle a motorbike over 500cc and do not except to learn how to ride it during the road trip. We plan to ride around 150 and 200 km’s per day which leaves plenty of time for relaxing, eating and sightseeing.



Chiang Mai – Phrae

We start the day by riding horses in Lampang, also called the “Horse carriage city” and considered by some Thais as the last lost paradise of Thailand. We have a lunch break in Den Chai city. Lunch is followed in the afternoon by a stroll in the Pha Nang Khoi cave, then we finish the day in the city of Phrae.


Phrae – Phitsanulok

We begin with a visit of a majestic temple with its big Reclining Buddha in the province of Phrae. Lunch break at Uttaradit before the ride to Phitsanulok. Then, we visit the ancestral temple Wat Nang Phaya in Phitsanulok built when it was ruled by King Trailokanat (1448-1488). We spend 1 night in this ancient Thai town.


Phitsanulok – Sukhothai

In the morning, we visit the Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat temple, also called the “Big Temple”, still in Phitsanulok. Famous for its gold statue of the Buddha and considered by many as the most beautiful Buddha in Thailand. After a leisurely stroll in the Sukhothai Historical Park covering the ruins of Sukhothai, we will have lunch in Sukhothai and, in the afternoon, visit the Wat Si Chum and Wat Phrapai Luang temples, the most enigmatic of Sukhothai’s temples.


Sukhothai – Mae Ping National Park

We first ride to Theon city and have a relaxing lunch at a local restaurant before visiting the Mae Ping National Park, covering an area over 1,000 squares kilometers. The flowing Ping river is the extensive park’s main feature. We the walk to the Kor Luang waterfall for a soothing moment before spending the night on a raft house.


Mae Ping National Park – Chiang Mai

We begin our day at Wat Phra Bat Huai Tom, a huge Chedi. An impressive sight in the middle of an impressive landscape. Then, we enjoy a lunch in a fine Italian restaurant on the road to Chiang Mai, the final destination of our unforgettable motorbike road trip.

Road-Trip prices

Motorcycles Solo Biker Biker + pillion
ROAD BIKE 990€ 1 480€
CRUISER 1 140€ 1 630€
TOURING 1 290€ 1 780€

– A deposit of 700€ is required for the motorcycles option “Road Bikes” and “Cruiser”. And 1,000€ for the motorcycle option “Touring”. It is payable at the time of departure and is reimbursed at the end of the trip (if no damage occurred).
– VAT is included in the price.
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Start / Finish Chiang Mai at the office
Duration 5 days riding
Accomodations Hotels and resorts carefully selected by the team En Route Bikers
Total distance traveled Approximately 940 km / 584 miles
Daily distance traveled Between 150 to 200 km / 93 to 124 miles
Highliths Horse carriage – Lampang – Pha Nang Khoi cave – Phrae – Big Reclining Buddha – Phitsanulok – Wat Nang Phaya temple – Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat temple – Sukhothai Historical Park – Sukhothai – Mae Ping National Park

The road trip starts and ends in Chiang Mai at our office which is located in the center not too far from Chiang Mai International airport and mains hotels.

What is included in our road trip price ?

The prices advertised for En Route Bikers trips are transparent. There are NO hidden extras.

– Airport pickup and return from/to Chiang Mai Airport or to your hotel
– Safety rules, introduction and presentation with the group the first morning before departure
– Accomodation during the entire trip
– All meals during the whole itinerary, including water (except alcohol)
– Use one of the latest Honda / Yamaha / BMW motorcycle models with unlimited mileage
– Fuel during the entire trip
– A support van or 4×4 vehicle for luggage transportation (1 luggage per person) water and space for guests on entire trip upon prior request
– Entrance fee of national parks and historical sites
– Front Biker leading the group
– Third Party liability insurance
– Detailed tour booklet of the route including itinery, accomodation, maps, rest places, etc.

What is prohibited ?

Drinking alcohol during the road trip is absolutely unauthorized.
Failure to wear a helmet is strictly prohibited.
Make racing or racing start, driving on the back wheel, failing to comply with safety spaces between vehicles etc. are all prohibited by En Route Bikers.
If one of these conditions are not respected, this will result in the direct exclusion of the participant from the trip and En Route Bikers shall decline all rembursement.

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