Siem Reap Cycle Tour 4 days

Additional Info

  • Tour Code: SRCT-4D

Discover rural Cambodia and the legendary Angkor temples on this 4-day cycling tour from Siem Reap. Explore all the major attractions of the Angkor Complex. Get to know friendly locals, and savor traditional Khmer food.

The temples of Angkor are hidden by jungle and the mysterious rise and fall of an ancient civilization. The area surrounding Angkor is not just about temples, however, it also features colorful villages, beautiful farmland, and impressive Tonle Sap Lake.

Throughout your 4-day bicycle tour, you will cycle on flat trails and roads. You will rarely encounter traffic, but some paths can be sandy at times. A support vehicle will be close at hand at all times should you happen to need a rest.

Siem Reap Cycle Tour 4D3N

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Siem Reap, home of Angkor Wat!
Upon arrival at Siem Reap/Angkor Inter-national Airport, meet your local guide and be transferred to your hotel. Depending on your arrival time, enjoy an orientation tour through Siem Reap, including sights such as the Old Market and the Buddhist pagodas of Wat Bo and Wat Keseram. In the evening you will be taken to a local restaurant serving Khmer cuisine.

Meals included: D
Distance cycled: n.a.
Level of difficulty: n.a. 

Day 2: Explore the Angkor Temples by bike
Begin your cycling exploration of the incredible Angkor temples, focusing on the Small Circuit featuring the pyramid of Takeo, the jungle-clad Ta Prohm, Sras Srang and the impressive Royal City of Angkor Thom, including the gigantic smiling faces of Bayon. After lunch, visit the incredible and majestic Angkor Wat. In the late afternoon, you bike to an excellent spot to experience a magnificent Angkor sunset. After cycling back to your hotel, you are free to experience Siem Reap's nightlife.

Meals included: B, L
Distance cycled: 40km (25 miles)
Level of difficulty: Beginner

Day 3: Cycle to Roluos and Cruise the Tonle Sap
Bike east on small trails through pleasant countryside and small villages en route to Wat Trak temple. After lunch, continue cycling to the Roluos group, the oldest of all Angkorian temples. Visit the temples of Preah Ko and the pyramid of Bakong. From Roluos, follow Tonle Sap Lake, the largest in Southeast Asia. On arrival at Siem Reap, board a boat and cruise to the traditional floating village of Chong Khneas, where you will witness the residents going about their daily life. After your cruise, cycle back to your hotel and enjoy a farewell dinner with a mesmerizing Apsara dance performance at a local restaurant.

Meals included: B, L, D
Distance cycled: 65km (40 miles)
Level of difficulty: Intermediate

Day 4: Cycle to Banteay Srei & the Grand Circuit
Bicycle towards Banteay Srei, through wonderful Cambodian countryside inhabited by friendly villagers. On the way, stop at a couple of villages for a close encounter with everyday local life. Arrive at the temple of Banteay Srei, decorated with floral motifs and scenes from the Ramayana. After lunch in a local restaurant, cycle back towards Siem Reap and (depending on the time) explore some of the temples on the Grand Circuit such as: Preah Khanor 'Sacred Sword', one of the largest temples at Angkor; Neak Pean, surrounded by fountains and ponds; and Banteay Kdei.

Meals included: B, L
Distance cycled: 70km (44 miles)
Level of difficulty: Intermediate


Inclusions:
• All sightseeing tour and transfer services as detailed in the above itinerary
• Air conditioned support vehicle
• English speaking local cycle guide
• Quality bicycles hire
• All entrance fees for attractions included in the above itinerary
• Daily drinking water, cool face towels & snacks whilst cycling
• All meals as detailed in the above itinerary (B = Breakfast - L = Lunch - D = Dinner)

Exclusions:
Accommodation
• Services not detailed in the above itinerary
• International flights to / from Cambodia
• Cambodian Visa fees
• Drinks with included meals
• Expenditure of a personal nature
• Discretionary tips
• Travel insurance
• Any payment / money transfer charges 

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