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Biking Bangkok to Angkor Wat
“The whole experience was amazing- well organised, great mix of culture, countryside etc. Office staff, guides, drivers and tour leaders… ”
|from $1,250* per person||7 Days||June, July, September-December|
|Comfort accommodations||Exertion level: 4|
|Operator: SpiceRoads Cycle Tours||16 people max|
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Our Thailand and Cambodia adventure is a fantastically varied cycle odyssey. Starting from the seaside in Thailand we cross over the border with Cambodia to the foothills of the Cardamon mountains, From there we ride into rural Cambodia, discover the colonial outpost of Battambang, journey by boat across the Tonle Sap and ride through the world renowned temples of Angkor. Let our trusted Cambodian cycle and temple guides give you an interesting and a totally different way to visit Angkor. The added benefit of being on bicycle is that you will see more than the incredible legacy of the Khmer empire and get to glimpse into rural Cambodian life and meet the extraordinary and beautiful Khmer people.
Cambodia, Thailand, Southeast Asia
3 testimonials about this trip
Naomi Marron Bangkok to Angkor Wat Tour, May 2010
The whole experience was amazing- well organised, great mix of culture, countryside etc. Office staff, guides, drivers and tour leaders were absolutely outstanding! Would love to do it all again! Congratulations on a great company. .5
Annette Colla Bangkok to Angkor Wat Tour, May 2010
Bike riding is definitely a wonderful way to see and experience a country.I loved it
Craig & Meg Teasdell Bangkok to Angkor Wat Tour, J
We had such a great time riding through the Cambdian landscape with great people, guides and drivers that we can't wait until we can join SpiceRoads again.5
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Depart from Bangkok and transfer to Soi Dao, a very scenic area in Chantaburi province. We embark on an afternoon ride to help blow away those travelling cobwebs.
We ride to the border with Cambodia through countryside where very few foreigners visit. Once across the border we ride to Pailin set in the attractive Chour Phnom Kravanh foothills.
We saddle up and ride through rural Cambodia along red dirt roads east to Battambang, a sleepy backwater full of a faded colonial buildings and charm.
If water levels permit, today's journey is by boat across the Tonle Sap towards the lost city of Angkor.
We ride to the Angkor Temple complex before starting the Grand Circuit, stopping at each major temple area. At sunset we return to the temples by car for a sunset view from Phnom Bakheng.
We enter the temple complex by a much quieter gate and then ride into the countryside and we turn off the main tourist road to Banteay Srei, visiting Banteay Samre on the way.
Cycle to the small village of Kro Bey Real and take in the countryside surrounding Siem Reap, as we head to the Tonle Sap for a short cruise through the floating villages before riding back to Siem Reap.