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  • Private cycling tour to Angkor Temples

  • Private cycling tour to Angkor Temples

  • Private cycling tour to Angkor Temples

  • Private cycling tour to Angkor Temples

  • Private cycling tour to Angkor Temples

  • Private cycling tour to Angkor Temples

Private cycling tour to Angkor Temples

From: 39 USD/pax
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Destinations:
Ankor Wat -Angkor Thom - Ta Prohm
Duration:
1 day
Departure:

Daily

Bicycle along quiet trails in the Cambodian countryside and explore the breathtaking temples of Angkor on a full-day excursion with a local guide....

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Bicycle along quiet trails in the Cambodian countryside and explore the breathtaking temples of Angkor on a full-day excursion with a local guide. This bike tour inside UNESCO-listed Angkor Archaeological Park includes stops at major temples such as Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm and Bayon Temple as well as some less-visited sites along the way. Finish Angkor Wat Tours with an enjoyable ride through villages back to Siem Reap. This small-group tour, limited to 14 participants, includes a delicious lunch and refreshments.



Bicycle along quiet trails in the Cambodian countryside and explore the breathtaking temples of Angkor on a full-day excursion with a local guide. This bike tour inside UNESCO-listed Angkor
  • DAY 1

    Private cycling tour to Angkor Temples
    Begin your full-day tour at a bike shop in Siem Reap, where you’ll meet your small group and get fitted with your quality mountain bike and helmet. Then, follow your experienced guide on a small road alongside the river until you reach Angkor Archaeological Park. At the gate, you can purchase an Angkor Pass for admission to the UNESCO World Heritage site.

    Your first stop is the amazing Angkor Wat, a monumental temple among myriad ruins built by the former Khmer Empire during the 9th to the 15th centuries. Admire the reflection pools and galleries showcasing elements of the Hindu epic, the Ramayana. 

    After stopping for refreshments, cycle the main circuit road to Angkor Thom, riding past 54 sculptured gods and demons, and then spend the rest of the day on charming, quiet trails around more majestic structures in the ancient walled city. Take time to visit Bayon Temple, famous for its 200 or so stone faces, and explore the Terrace of the Elephants while lunch is prepared.

    After you devour tasty Khmer dishes, ride with your guide to Ta Prohm, commonly known as the jungle temple, with tree roots attempting to reclaim the ruins. Stand in awe of the otherworldly atmosphere as you take advantage of numerous photo ops.

    Departing the Angkor complex, hop back on your bike to follow a red dirt road and several small paths back to Siem Reap, pedaling through local villages in the countryside until you arrive at your starting point by late afternoon.



     
    Please note: This bike tour covers a distance of approximately 15–18 miles (25–30 km). The ride is mostly on flat paths and small roads without hills, with some small dirt trails unsuitable for beginning riders.
Departure time: 6.30 - 7.30 am
Departure point
Please provide us your hotel address in Siem Reap, we will pick you up and drop you off.

Additional information
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
 
Includes

 Professional guide
 Use of bicycle and safety equipment
 Lunch
 Bottled water
 Snacks

Excludes

 Hotel pickup and drop-off
 Entrance fees to Angkor temple complex (USD $20)
 Gratuities (optional)

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