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Duration:
 5 Days / 4 Nights

 

The itinerary is flexible to change anything to suit your needs

Day 1 / Siem Reap: Seam Reap arrival day
Day 2 / Siem Reap: Full cycling to explore Angkor temple (cycle distance 30 km)
Day 3 / Siem Reap: Cycling to Banteay Srey (cycle distance 75 km)
Day 4 / Siem Reap: Cycling to country site out of Siem Reap town (cycle distance 40 km)
Day 5 / Departure: Cycling to Tonle Sap Lake (cycle distance 30 km)

Tour Price Included

  • English Speaking tour guide and group medical kit,
  • Entire accommodations based on twin-share. With daily breakfast
  • Meals detailed in the itinerary (4 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 2 dinners)
  • A/C transfers and transportation, truck escort
  • (Note that small group from 2 to 3 people no need a truck escort which makes tour cost lower)
  • Mountain bicycle with a mechanic
  • Entrance fees and sightseeing tours by tuk-tuk
  • Pump, bike tools, and spare tubes.
  • Spare bike.
  • Cold-water box, small fresh towel
  • Mineral water drinking
  • Seasonal fruits
  • Snacks

 

Tour Price Excluded

  • International airfares
  • Travel insurance and bike helmet (compulsory)
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks
  • Mineral water beyond that supplied
  • Optional excursions
  • Additional transport is required due to any emergency
  • Personal expenses such as telephone and laundry bills
  • Visa fees
  • Departure taxes
Day 1:

Arrival Siem Reap (Ancient Capital)

Included:

Private A/C transportation · Tour guide · Breakfast · Lunch · Bike · All entrance fees · Hotel in Siem Reap

Highlights:

Angkor Wat  Phnom Bakheng

Activities:

You are welcome to arrive at the hotel at any time during the morning before the group meeting at Noon, which will be followed by a welcome lunch. Siem Reap is the gateway to Angkor, and we’ll have five days to explore the city and its environs. In the afternoon, we’ll start exploring the Angkor Wat complex, the largest and most impressive of all the temples. We’ll go to the temples by tuk-tuk, our famous local transport because we only have a half-day. It is the most well-preserved of the temples. The layout and scale of the enclosure are simply breathtaking; the wall surrounding the enclosure measures 1,000 by 800 meters, and the moat, which is said to represent the world’s oceans, is 200 meters wide. As the day draws to a close, we’ll ride elephants to the hilltop temple of Phnom Bakheng, climb the imposing remains, and join the crowd for a truly unforgettable sunset. Spend the night in Siem Reap. Today’s lunch was included

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Day 2:

Angkor Complex (full day) ~ 30 km cycling

Included:

Private A/C transportation · Tour guide · Breakfast · Lunch · Bike · All entrance fees · Hotel in Siem Reap

Activities:

We’ll ride our bikes to the temple complex after breakfast today. We will first visit Ta Prohm, a jungle temple. Ta Prohm has been largely consumed by the jungle, and as you climb through the crumbling stone structures, you will notice many giant trees growing out of the temple’s roof. At every turn, Indiana Jones or Lara Croft will appear from behind a fallen pillar. Ta Prohm resembles many of the monuments when European explorers first saw them. Following that, we will continue biking through the Victory Gate to the royal city of Angkor Thom. Our tour will begin with the Elephant Terrace and the Leper King Terrace. We’ll go on to the Bayon, a pyramid temple with about 200 massive carved heads. After that, we’ll have lunch at one of the local restaurants near the temple and then continue biking along the “grand circuit” to see more Angkor Era temples like Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Som, East Mebon, Pre Rup, and, if time allows, Banteay Kdei. Spend the night in Siem Reap. Breakfast and lunch are included today.

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Day 3:

Banteay Srey ~ 75 km cycling

Included:

Private A/C transportation · Tour guide · Breakfast · Lunch · Bike · All entrance fees · Hotel in Siem Reap

Highlights:

Banteay Srei temple

Activities:

After breakfast, we will cycle to Angkor and then 20 kilometers north of the main group of temples, through the countryside, to the magnificent Banteay Srei temple – the Citadel of Women, which is decorated with superbly intricate reliefs of male and female divinities. We’ll be cycling through the picturesque countryside and passing through a few small villages along the way. It is a pleasant way to learn about how locals go about their daily lives; you will see many villagers at work in the rice paddies and palm sugar plantations, making this a worthwhile cultural experience. We’ll have a picnic lunch near the Siem Reap River in a quiet and relaxing setting. We’ll stop at the Cambodian Landmine Museum on the way back.

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Day 4:

Countryside ~ 40 km cycling

Included:

Private A/C transportation · Tour guide · Breakfast · Lunch · Bike · All entrance fees · Hotel in Siem Reap

Highlights:

Mebon temple

Activities:

After breakfast, we’ll take some small country roads west of Siem Reap, toward Puok village. Before arriving at the Sangkheum Center for Children, an NGO that provides a home for orphaned, abused, or neglected children, as well as general education and selected vocational training, we will cycle through the countryside and through villages. We will visit the center to learn more about their work and to see the children in training in the workshops, on the farm, or performing dance and music. Following that, we’ll visit the Western Baray, an ancient reservoir more than 2 kilometers across and 9 kilometers long, with an average depth of 7 meters. The ruins of the western Mebon temple can be found on an island in the middle of the Baray. This man-made lake is now a recreational area for locals who come here on weekends. We’ll have lunch here and then spend the afternoon swimming and tubing or taking a boat trip to the island to see the western Mebon ruins. On the way back, we will stop in the small village of Banteay Chreu to visit the popular Buddhist temple Svay Romeat from which we can see the entire countryside, the Western Baray, and the airport. Then we’ll ride along a quiet road past Angkor Wat before returning to the hotel for a rest before our farewell dinner with a traditional dancing show. Spend the night in Siem Reap. Today, breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all included.

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Day 5:

Tonle Sap lake ~ 30 km cycling

Included:

Private A/C transportation · Tour guide · Breakfast · Lunch · Bike · All entrance fees · Hotel in Siem Reap

Highlights:

Tonle Sap lake

Activities:

After breakfast, we will cycle along the Tonle Sap River to a rural village and take a short oxcart ride through the countryside. Then we’ll cycle to Tonle Sap, Southeast Asia’s largest lake. We’ll take a two-hour boat ride through the floating villages to see how the locals go about their daily lives. We will stop along the way to see a bird garden, a fishing farm, and a floating school. During the wet season, a relaxing swim in this massive freshwater reservoir is a pleasant experience. We will stop on the way back at the Krou Sa Richreay orphanage, which means “Happy Family,” to bring them some basic necessities, and then return to the hotel for check-out before having lunch in town. Afternoon free to explore Siem Reap on your own before transferring to the airport or bus station. Breakfast and lunch are included today.

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