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Phnom Penh to Angkor Wat by bike

Welcome to Cambodia, where culture and heritage come alive! Join us on this fantastic tour as we explore the beauty of the capital city, immerse ourselves in marvelous temples, and witness lively sights. 

But that's not all! On this tour, you'll also have the opportunity to learn about the local families on the silk island. Discover the art of silk production and witness how local people have been making a living from it for generations.

Get ready for a seven-day cycling adventure that will take you through the lush countryside, where you'll see picturesque rice paddies and charming wooden houses. As we cycle through the world heritage city of Angkor Wat, you'll learn the fascinating stories behind ancient temples and experience the peaceful serenity of the surrounding forest.

This unique tour will bring you closer to the heart of Cambodia, away from the crowds, as we explore the flat terrains and cater to all fitness levels. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced cyclist, this tour is suitable for everyone.

So gather your friends or loved ones, as the minimum group size is just two persons. The price for this unforgettable experience is only 1250 USD each!

Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to explore Cambodia's culture, heritage, and natural beauty. Book your spot now and get ready for an adventure of a lifetime!

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Embark on a 7-day cycling adventure through the lush countryside of Cambodia. Cycle through the world heritage city of Angkor Wat, learn the fascinating stories behind ancient temples, and experience the peaceful serenity of the surrounding forest.

Day 1: Phnom Penh
On arrival, check in and visit Wat Phnom and the National Museum. Embark on a captivating half-day tour of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Explore the enchanting sights, starting with the iconic Wat Phnom. Discover the treasures of this religious structure. Visit the National Museum to marvel at ancient artifacts, including a statue of Vishnu and stone inscriptions of Shiva's life.

Day 2: Phnom Penh – Kompong Cham (60 km)
After breakfast, cycle to cross the ferry to Silk Island and learn about silk production from a local family. Bike 45 km along the Mekong River and have lunch at Bateay restaurant, enjoying delicious Khmer food. Along the way, stop to taste bugs like spiders, grasshoppers, and crickets. Finish the day with a 15 km cycle at Kos Ben to experience a breathtaking sunset. Check-in to the hotel, then have dinner after refreshing.

Day 3: Kompong Cham – Kompong Thom
Ride 60 km through beautiful villages and visit Phnom Han Chey Pagoda. Continue the journey through urban areas and rubber plantations to Bos Knouy. Transfer for lunch and check-in at the hotel.

Day 4: Kompong Thom – Prasat Sambor temples and around (75 km)
After breakfast, start the ride along Strueng Seng River and through dirt roads into urban villages, surrounded by rice fields and plantations. Along the journey, pass through small rural villages every 15 km. There will be three refreshment stops offering water, fresh seasonal local fruits, and traditional snacks. Today's tour focuses on exploring the Steung Seng River area to witness the life of Cambodian rice-growing farmers. After a 55 km ride, arrive at the first ancient city of Jayavarman II. Have lunch and then explore Prasat Sambor temples by bike. The second leg involves a 10 km ride on dirt country roads before transferring back to the hotel in Kompong Thom.

Day 5: Kompong Thom – Beng Mealea (65 km)
After breakfast at 7 am, transfer 90 km to the ancient town of Kompong Kdie in Siem Reap province, where the bike ride begins. Visit the ancient bridge built by Jayaverman VII, the ride will start from the local market to the water reservoir dam named Makak, which was constructed by the Khmer Rouge during the Pol Pot regime and follows a tree-shaded red soil road with beautiful villages along the way. Enjoy interactions with local children running alongside, waving hello and goodbye. Visit the abandoned ruin temples of Beng Mealea, built by Suryaverman II and damaged by water during the rainy season. During the Khmer Rouge, it was used as a military base. Nowadays, it has become a tourist attraction. There will be three refreshment stops offering water, fresh seasonal local fruits, and traditional snacks. Have lunch at a local restaurant, then purchase a 3-day temple pass before visiting the group temples by bike. Finish at sunset and transfer to the hotel in Siem Reap.

Day 6: Siem Reap – Angkor Wat (35 km)
After breakfast, start the ride from the hotel along the Steung Siem Reap River, passing through urban villages into the spring forest of Angkor Wat Archeology Park. The ride leads through the jungle of a lost civilization, with single tracks and villages surrounding each temple. The trails take you to villagers who make flutes, drums, and other souvenirs sold around the temples. This tour provides insights into the history and life surrounding the complex at each stop. Visit Angkor Wat, Bayon, Ta Nie, Preah Khan, and Ta Phrom. Finish around 5 pm and transfer back to the hotel. Enjoy dinner at a Traditional Apasara dance performance, with transfer and escort provided by the guide and driver.

Day 7: Siem Reap – Mechrey, Tonle Sab River
Today is a non-cycling day. After breakfast at the hotel, the guide and driver will pick you up at 7 am for a sightseeing tour of the countryside. Visit the charming and friendly Khmer people working in the rice paddies, take a boat ride through the mangrove forest, and enjoy the stunning views of Tonle Sab. Return to Siem Reap around 12 pm. Drop off at the airport upon your request and bid you farewell.

This Tour Includes:

  • Meals: 6 Breakfasts, 7 Lunches and 5 Dinners (1 dinner at Apsara dance show).
  • Experience cycling tour guide
  • Experience Mechanic up to 5paxs 
  • Water, snacks
  • Private Vihicle
  • Great quality bicycle all sizes & Helmet 
  • Bike parts
  • 1st aids kit
  • Hotels (Boutique hotel delux, twin bed, pool and breakfast)
  • Boats fee
  • Kayak
  • Sambo Prie Kok pass $10
  • Musuem fee $10
  • Musuem guide fee $6
  • Ferry fee
  • Pick up & drop off airport 

Not Includes:

  • Travel Insurance.
  • Gratuities (optional).
  • Personal Expenses.
  • Temple Pass

Detailed Information Required

  • Medium Suitecase travel recommended
  • Flight Number for pick up from airport
  • Hieght in CM are required 
  • Quality Shoes, Travel kits are important 

Important: If you wish to visit the 3rd floor of Angkor Wat temple, you need to wear long trouser and to hide your shoulder.


You can extension your vacation trip to Sihanoukville seaside enjoy a private island for relaxing end of your adventurous journey.



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