L’ÉTAPE THAILAND by Le Tour de France, 19th-21st October 2018



We are very pleased to inform you that L’Étape Thailand by Le Tour De France, the world’s greatest cycling race, will be held in Phang Nga between 19 – 21 October 2018. The race day will be on 21 October. 

Phang Na is well known for its beautiful beaches and sceneries, and is the chosen host city to welcome global cycling enthusiasts to experience the legend of Tour De France. 

This is a licensed event from Tour de France. L’Étape Thailand provides amateur riders with an experience that is similar to the mountainous stage of the Tour de France.



The Race Route

Over 80% of Phang Na is hilly terrain, making it a perfect and challenging race destination. The roads will be fully closed and held under professional race conditions. 

Starting from Khao Lak this year, there are 2 route options, 140km and 70km. The starting point is also the centre of hotels and facilities. 

140km route 


70km route 

Climb profile (Category 4)



Registration details


Participants’ entitlement



Individual participants in the race will be competing for the official Tour De France jerseys.

Photo credits:  L’Étape Thailand



Click here to access the official website. The hotels tie up will be made in due course and will be updated hereFollow their official facebook page for the latest updates on the race! 


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This race is proudly brought to you by L’Étape Thailand by Le Tour De France Team. 

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Esther Koh

Esther Koh

Cycling is her drug and therapy.
She is a certified Nutritionist (BSc Nutrition, University of Leeds) and loves both road cycling and mountain biking. She hopes that more females in Singapore will discover the joy and simple pleasure of riding a bike.
Esther Koh