Private Bamboo Bicycle Tour In Chengdu

Per Person
Book this tour with

Tour Information

Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 3 Hrs
  • Language:
  • Departure Time :
    Morning Tour starts at 9:00am (please meet 8:45am at EXIT C Gaoshengqiao Metro Station for bike and helmet fitting) Afternoon Tour starts at 2:00pm (please meet 1:45pm at EXIT C Gaoshengqiao Metro S.. read more
  • Departure Details :
    Exit C, Gaoshengqiao Metro Station (Line 3)
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Experience the best of Chengdu on a relaxing 3 hour bike tour! Hit the streets on a local hand-made bamboo bicycleto absorb the local flavors of thislaid-back city. Cruise through back streets and alleys, and along the Jinjiang River past tea gardens full of locals displaying their pet birds. Along the way, spot Chengdu's historical landmarks and attractions such as Wuhou Temple, Jinli Street, Huaxi Medical Campus, Tianfu Square, People's Park, and Wenshu Buddhist Temple.


Instant Confirmation

Cycle the city streets to absorb the local atmosphere

Perfect introduction for first-time visitors

Choice of morning or afternoon departure

All necessary equipment included

Private guide for a more personalized experience

Pickup from a centrally located meeting point

Know More about this tour

Meet your guide in central Chengdu, then hop onto your handmade bamboo bicycle. Begin by riding through another world as you cruise through the Tibetan Quarter of Chengdu. Head up to the Jinjiang River and follow it past riverside gardens, where locals sip tea and show off their pet birds. Cruise through the quiet lanes of the oldest medical school in China on Huaxi campus of Sichuan university and take iconic photos beneath the clock tower. Your next stop is Tianfu Square, the heart of Chengdu, as you ride beneath the nose of the cultural revolution-era statue of Chairman Mao in front of the Sichuan Science and Technology Museum.

Heading North, you will pierce the heart of Chengdu and distance yourself from the commercial district as you approach the best preserved Buddhist temple in Chengdu, Wenshu Yuan. Circling back to the city centre, a visit to Kuanzhai Alleys allows for a taste of Chengdus past as well as a bite to eat if you prefer (try something local!). On the return leg of the journey, you will ride past Chengdus oldest park, Peoples Park, before cycling south down Chengdus oldest thoroughfare, Renmin South Rd. Return to the original departure point (Gaoshengqiao Metro Station) by 12:00pm.


Private tour

Local guide

Use of bicycle

Use of helmet

Bottled water


Hotel pickup and drop-off

Entrance fee to attractions



Rain gear (RMB 20/person, will be refunded if it is not used)

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Minimum age is 11 years

Child rate applies only when sharing with 1 paying adult

Operates in all weather conditions (check the forecast!), please dress appropriately

Please wear comfortable shoes for biking and walking

A maximum of 12 people per booking

Traveler Reviews

  • 11-Jan-2018

    We are a family with 3 teenagers and we had a stop in chengdu for 9 hours for transit. So we book this tour. This was very pleasant and everybody enjoyed to discover the city on beautiful bamboo bikes. The weather was a little cold and unfortunately not the good season to see Lotus flowers in parks. Our Canadian guide was very friendly and answered to all questions. I recommend this tour to have an surprising overview of ChengDu.

  • 09-Aug-2017

    Had a wonderful morning cycling the busy streets of Chengdu with Abu. Was flexible and we had a stop in the Teahouse in the Peoples Park and a local cup of tea. Cycled down Tibet and China Streets and along the river. Bikes are very comfortable and easy to ride. Interesting to be able to spend time with the developer and manufacturer of the bamboo bikes. I would thoroughly recommend this trip for any cyclist.