They both came across a famous local face too, as Chantra visited the temple and the market before the trio regrouped.
The Chao Phraya River snakes its way around Bangkok, and there are a few different ways to cross - ferries, different boats...a few bridges.
The riders got suited and booted before the two Hondas roared across in unison and did a couple of runs, with the city traffic stopped in its tracks for the special event.
And then it was back to Wat Pho and the rendezvous point to cool off and get ready to ride at full speed on Friday in front of an even bigger crowd.
To bring the event to a close, it was showtime again!.
After displaying the Repsol Honda and LCR Honda Castrol machines at the MahaNakhon on Tuesday evening, now it was time for engines on and a real ride on the streets of the city...
You can leave some awestruck faces in your wake as you ride across one of the city's best landmarks, Memorial Bridge, and that's exactly what Lorenzo and Crutchlow got to do.
MotoGP now heads north to Buriram to really get in gear for the PTT Thailand Grand Prix, with the race set for 2pm local time start (12.30pm IST) on Sunday (October 6).