Explore Angkor Tour

Incomparable Angkor Wat, floating villages and stunning country scenery. This is a great trip for you who want to see Angkor a different way!

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For most visitors, Angkor Wat, an awesome temple of soaring towers and intricate carvings just a short ride from Siem Reap, is the chief reason to visit Cambodia. The first glimpse of its breathtaking sanctuaries lingers in the memory for ever! With this bike holiday we aim to show you so much more of Cambodia though. You will also experience the great Tonle Sap, the massive freshwater lake which dominates central Cambodia and glimpse the distinctive way of life led by floating communities. With our base in Siem Reap, which boasts restful cafés, elegant restaurants and buzzing bars, we explore many more temples than Angkor Wat and head out into the stunning countryside to meet the ever smiling and welcoming Khmer people. Visiting Cambodia with your bike will get you closer to its people, you can experience their great humour and you will be able to go to places where the normal tourist doesn’t get the chance to visit.

Explore Angkor Tour itinerary

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Day 1: Arrive Siem Reap

We pick you up in the airport and take you to the hotel. At the hotel we will have a short briefing and the rest of that day is free to put your bike together (if you brought your own) or just take a little walk or ride around town at your own leisure.

Day 2: First discovery and circuit

– We ride from Siem Reap to Angkor Wat early in the morning following small countryside trails and then the paved road of the small circuit. We spend the rest of the morning exploring the world’s grandest temple and have lunch before heading on.

– An afternoon of temples, we cycle on from Angkor Wat on the paved roads of the small circuit. We visit the Death Gate, Victory Gate, Terraces of Elephants and of the Leper King. Then we cycle on to Srah Srang and end the ride at Phnom Bakeng before sunset. Just after sunset we drive by car back to Siem Reap.

Day 3: Banteay Srei and the Grand Circuit

– Early morning transfer by car to Banteay Srei, practically everyone loves this rosy red temple with beautiful carvings of female divinities. After having explored Banteay Srei we cycle on a secondary and mainly unpaved road to Preah Khan. We visit the temple and ride on to have lunch at Neak Pean.

– We have a look at Neak Pean amd then continue cycling on the grand circuit to Banteay Kdei and finally Ta Prohm where we will end the ride and have a good look at this moody temple, increasingly in the surreal grip of towering trees as the jungle encroaches. From here we transfer back to Siem Reap by car.

Day 4: The Rolous group and Banteay Samre

– We ride out into the countryside west of Siem Reap towards the Rolous group or Bankong as it also called. This is a great ride to get to know rural Cambodian life as we cycle through small farming villages, where surely we will be meet by lots of friendly people. From Bakong we cycle through the little town Rolous on countryside trails to Chau Srei Vibol (Wat Trak). At this intimate site we will have our lunch and relax.

– We ride on to Banteay Samre, a unique temple with two moats, which has been superbly restored. Because it is not easy to reach, this temple doesn’t attract a lot of visitors and we can explore this site undisturbed. We transfer back to Siem Reap afterwards by car and spend the remaining part of the day relaxing or visiting the old market.

Day 5: Tonle Sap floating village; Depart

– We ride across the countryside to Wat Athvea and further to the Tonle Sap Lake. This massive freshwater lake dominates the map of Cambodia. The lake is at once a reservoir, flood-relief system, communication route, home, and larder to the people who live on and around it. We visit a floating village on the lake by boat. We then return to Siem Reap for lunch.

– The afternoon is free to pack, do the last minute shopping etc. before we take you to your departing flight.

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Base price per person $795

What is included

Airport transfers
Hotel in Siem Reap with breakfast
3 day pass to the temples
Local guide for temples
Brilliant local leader and bike mechanic
Lunch on rides
Vehicle support on rides

What is not included

International flight to and from Siem Reap
Cambodian Visa fees
Airport taxes
Soft drinks, extra snacks, bar bills and laundry
Travel insurance (We insist you have one)
Dinner in Siem Reap
Optional trips and sightseeing tours
Additional nights at the beginning or end of trip
Excess baggage charges

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Cycling through Cambodia was an experience I'll never forget.
James Castrission Sydney, Australia