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Siem Reap is genuinely twice blessed. Firstly, all the major sights are within easy close distance of the town using pedal power alone. And secondly — and more importantly given the tropical climate — the terrain is pretty much flat, making cycling a year-round possibility.Many hotels and guesthouses include free…
Article By: by Alessandra ZoeWhy Take a Cycling Tour? Everyone has his own reasons for traveling, and everyone has his own approach to planning it. Family styles of travel differ greatly, too. I love to plan travel, and my family (now grown) loved to travel. In the late 90s and…
Everybody says Cambodia is a place for adventure. I find it absolutely true. One thing you should know about Cambodia is that it survived through many war.Temple ExploringStart by exploring Angkor Wat. This is the place where you shoudn't miss. There are many ancient temple around Siem Reap, Angkor Wat…
Cambodia is well-loved for its exotic temples and spicy cuisine. Rachel Hugens shares some of the reasons why this southeast Asian country is a current hot-spot for bicycle tourists.Reason #1  Location, Location, LocationCambodia is a wonderful destination for a short cycling trip or travelling through as part of an extended…
Phnom Bok, it’s a long walk from Siem Reap.Some walks are fun, some are educational, and some are just long. To walk to Phnom Bok from Siem Reap is a real challenge and a half!!I started at 6 am and got a motorbike taxi to the ticket office to buy…
Whenever you see three Cambodians, remember the fourth one who was killed by the Khmer Rouge." A friend shared this sobering thought on the eve of a special adventure I was about to embark on: a bicycling trip from Bangkok to Angkor Wat in Cambodia. While this undercurrent of sadness…
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