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This article aims to review the development and transformation of the bicycle network in cities, which can be a guideline for the tourism sector in Southeast Asia, with urban planning to design the bicycle route. By comparing the policy, infrastructure for cycling route and the design criteria of bicycle network in three cycling cities; namely, 1) Amsterdam; 2) Copenhagen; 3) Melbourne. And the development of bicycle use in Southeast Asia cities, namely 1) Bangkok; 2) Manila, and 3) Singapore. These cases studies would help to understand the development of bicycle use in each city, that has become a bicycle city and has led to the cycling trend of the tourism. They have formed a framework into strategy and policy to implement the bicycle route for tourism, by integrating bicycle network and urban planning, and create for cycling facilities guideline for tourism sector in Southeast Asia.
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