Asia on Two Wheels – Cycling with Remote Lands

15 March 2019
Call us Toll Free: +1-888-828-5438 View in your browser. ASIA ON TWO WHEELS - CYCLING WITH REMOTE LANDS Two wheels will get you where four can’t. Exploring Asia by bike is an excellent way to see places you otherwise might not and to keep physically active on your holiday. With Remote Lands, cyclists can explore every corner of the continent on trips that range from adventures up mountaintops of Bhutan to leisurely cycling journey around coasts of Sri Lanka. So, put your feet on the pedals and have a look at these featured cycling trips. READ MORE BEAUTIFUL BHUTAN BY BIKE

This 16-day cycling extravaganza will take cyclists the width of Bhutan and visit every major site along the way. Travelers will pedal to the Taktsang Monastery and climb to the top of the Chele La pass and admire the snow-carpeted peaks of the famous Himalayan mountains. Then, bicyclists will make their way through lush green rice fields, untouched forests, and rich valleys. Highlights of the trip – beyond being in the happiest and most photogenic countries in the world – include blossoming magnolias and vibrant rhododendron flowers on the way to Dochula and the trek to Tharpaling Monastery, a grand temple hidden in the high hills of Jakar.


A quick five-day journey into Nepal, this journey takes travelers from Kathmandu to Dhulikhel, where cyclists top off their journey with a view of the Himalayas and a stay at the inimitable Dhulikhel Dwarika. Good for both cycling pros and beginners, the loop from the capital to Dhulikhel and back again passes over rolling green hills, dense jungles, and terraced fields; travelers stop to see off to see temples, sacred religious sites, and local villages along the way.

READ MORE > BIKING MAE HONG SON & THE MOUNTAIN JUNGLES OF NORTHERN THAILAND In just nine days, travels will see some of the best sites Northern Thailand has to offer. The Land of Smiles is most famous for its white-sand beaches and turquoise water, but the north is equally beautiful, with lush rolling valleys and jungle-covered mountains. Cyclists begin their journey in Thailand’s cultural capital of Chiang Mai, before moving on to Mae Chaem, Mae Sariang, Khun Yuam, Mae Hong Son, and Pai. READ MORE CYCLE SRI LANKA: FROM HIGHLANDS TO COAST

From the easy, flat roads of the south to the sloping mountains of Kandy, this exceptional 12-day adventure is a one-stop-shop for Sri Lanka. From religious monuments, colonial architecture, temples, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, to the stunning views, beaches, and landscapes cycling trails will guide you through a land of unique cultural distinction. Taste the rich spices of local Sri Lankan cuisine, sip on locally-produced tea, and rest your sore legs in the finests accommodations

READ MORE > SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL VIETNAM BY BIKE This extreme 15-day cycling adventure is perfect for the avid biker looking to explore the countryside of Vietnam. Full of culture, history, and picturesque landscapes, this is the ride of a lifetime. The journey begins in Saigon and travels through Cu Chi, Go Cong, My Tho, Can Cuoic, Ben Tre, Tra Vinh, Vinh Long, Sa Dec, Bao Lac, Dalat, Nha Trang, Qui Nhon, Hoi An, and Hue. Cyclists will see a variety of small towns and cities, many of which were ravaged by war, and enjoy a cultural, culinary, and historical adventure. READ MORE >   Bicycling CYCLING FORMOSA: THE LONG WAY AROUND TAIWAN Duncan Forgan takes his bike around Taiwan – all the way around Taiwan. This heaven for cyclists is a hard climb but well worth the effort. READ MORE > Bicycling SHIMANAMI KAIDO: CYCLING SIX ISLANDS AND 70 KILOMETERS IN RURAL JAPAN The Shimanami Kaido takes cyclists over modern engineering marvels, through bucolic scenes of rural life in Japan, and to gateways of Japanese history. READ MORE > Bicycling GREEN LUNG: BIKING THROUGH BANGKOK’S JUNGLE Trees, wildlife, raised cycling paths, fighting fish – just a few miles from the bustling BTS, Bangkok has a hidden jungle in Bang Kachao. READ MORE > Bicycling 5 BEST WAYS TO SEE BANGKOK BY BIKE Jungles, food, temples, and a car-free island – Bangkok might not be the most bike-friendly city in the world, but visitors on two wheels have a wealth of options. READ MORE >   #TakeMeToRemoteLands AS RECENTLY FEATURED IN • The Wall Street Journal • Town & Country • Departures • Travel + Leisure • Forbes • Condé Nast Traveler • BusinessWeek • National Geographic Traveler • Palm Beach Post • Chicago Tribune • Financial Times • BBC • Fox Business News • The New York Times REMOTE LANDS, INC.
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