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Saigon to Hanoi 17D/16N

Bangkok to Saigon 15D/14N

Hanoi to Hoi An 13D/12N

Hanoi to Luang Prabang 11D

Hanoi to Kontum Highland 10D

Angkor to Saigon 10D/9N

Hanoi to Dien Bien Phu 7D/6N

Nhatrang to Hue Imperial 6D

Meandering Mekong Delta 5D

Saigon to Cantho 4D/3N

Saion to Vung Tao Beach 3D

Saigon to Nam Catien Park 2D

Ho Chi Minh Mytho Full Day

Bicycle Rental

Indochina Bike Tour 21D/20N

Cambodia Explorer 16D/15N

Bangkok to Saigon 15D/14N

Cambodia Cycling Challenge 13D/12N

Cambodia Adventure 12D/11N

Angkor to Pakse(Laos) 11D

Cambodia Discovery 10D/9N

Angkor to Saigon 10D/9N

Southern Adventure 8D/7N

Bangkok to Angkor 8D/7N

Angkor to Sihanouk Ville 8D/7N

Phnom Penh to Angkor 6D/5N

Angkor Adventure 6D/5N

Angkor Cycling Back Roads 5D

Angkor Cycling & Trekking 4D

Angkor Discovery 3D/2N

Angkor Explorer 2D/1N

Essential Angkor Full Day

Frequently Asked Questions

In order to prepare well for the trip to Cambodia, please read through below information, people generally ask. If you have further questions, please contact us.

How can I get a visa for Cambodia?

Cambodian visa can be obtained on arrival at Phnom Penh and Siem Reap International Airports. The visa fee is USD20. Please take 2 passport sized photos for your visa application. Visas are also available at border crossing on Thai-Cambodian and Vietnamese-Cambodian border points. Travelers can also apply for Cambodia E-Visa online. Tourists from below countries do not need to apply for tourist visas when entering Cambodia: Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Laos, and Vietnam.

How much are the airport taxes?

International airport tax is USD25 and USD6 for domestic airport tax. The airport taxes have to be paid in cash at the airport. Travelers who exit Cambodia by land border, do not require to pay for any departure tax.

How many people can you start the trip?

Our minimum size to start the trip is 02 people. When sending a request to us, please let us know:

- The name of the trip you would like to join.
- Your preferable traveling dates. If not we can tailor make the trip for you.
- How many people would like to join the trip with you.
- Your nationalities

What type of accommodation do you provide on the trips?
We normally provide 3* stars accommodation. In some towns we upgrade to 4* stars hotels without extra charge depends on room availabilities. In Rayong (Thailand) we upgrade to Lom Talay Resort, in Siem Reap (Cambodia), we upgrade to Tara Angkor Hotel, and Ninh Kieu 2 (4* stars hotel) in Can Tho (Vietnam).
We can also arrange 5* stars hotel for some people who are looking for luxury accommodation and 2* stars hotel for some people who are looking for lower budget accommodation. However, in some less traveled towns, there are only guesthouses with simple room just aircon and hot water as there are no better choice than this. In a national park where there is no hotel or guesthouse, we accommodate people just 1 night at home-stay, to experience rural area at its most authentic.

How do you accommodate people on the trip?
We accommodate 2 people at the same sex in Twin sharing room especially if their ages are not much different. We accommodate couple in Double sharing room. If a single person joins the trip and wish to stay in Single room, then s/he has to pay Single room supplement.

Are there internet access to all the places we travel to?
In the fast developing information technology, there are internet access in most of the places in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. There might be no internet access when staying at home-stay. But this happens only for a few trips and just for 1 night. Internet access won't be away from internet access longer than 48 hours.

How old are the people on your trips?

This can be vary from tour to tour. We also mention in each tour details. Generally, the age ranks from 12 to 70. Normally, people on our trips are from USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia. Our clients are sociable and they return to us and want to travel with us to some other parts of South East-Asia. Everybody is welcome on our tours and the mixture of ages and nationalities is one of the great things about our groups. 

Do you do tailored made trip?

Cambodia Cycling offers both set departure trips and tailored made trip. Cambodia Cycling tailored made trips for many companies, charity challenges, cycling clubs and individuals. The best trips come form the best tailored trip made by our experts in cycling as we knows Cambodia well and have done the research in cycling 13 years in Cambodia.

Do you offer tours to other countries in Asia?

We have been contacted by some of our previous customers to arrange trips in Asia. We have now offered the trips in Laos, Thailand and Vietnam also and some of our trips combine these countries such as: Bangkok to Saigon, Angkor to Pakse, Saigon to Hanoi, Bangkok to Angkor, Saigon to Pakse, Luang Prabang to Angkor, Hanoi to Luang Prabang, Angkor to Saigon.

What type of bikes do you use? Can we bring our own bike?

We use brand new Trek 4300-4500. Trek is durable and suitable all kinds of road, especially in Cambodia. You can bring your own bike and it costs around USD150 to ship your bike to Cambodia.

Is it safe now to do trekking in Cambodia?

It is safe now to do trekking in Cambodia following our suggested itinerary. We have done the research on the trekking track. With our experienced trekking guide, we will assure the security and follow the safety guideline.

Travel Insurance

We recommend that all tourists travel to Cambodia should purchase travel insurance including evacuation. The good clinic to recommend in Siem Reap are Angkor International Hospital and Ly Sreyvyna. In Phnom Penh, SOS International clinic and Royal Rattanak Hospital. All our cycling guides are trained with first aid and we have first aid kit in the support van.

Do I need any vaccination before traveling to Cambodia?

Traveling to Cambodia, do not require any vaccination.  But we recommend travelers to take malaria tablet.

What is the weather like in Cambodia?

Essentially Cambodia has four seasons. November to February is cool and dry. March to May is hot and dry. June to August is hot and wet. September to October is cool and wet. The months of November, December and January are usually considered the best for tourists with lower temperatures and reduced humidity levels. April is generally the hottest month. The monsoons during June and October usually follow a pattern of clear mornings with a period of rain in the late afternoons. Normally the rain lasts for just 1-2 hours. So it still a good period of cycling. We recommend to start early around 07h00 and finish before it rains as our average cycling is around 70km a day.

How should I dress in Cambodia?

Cambodia experiences a tropical climate almost year round so lightweight clothing is best. In the cooler months warmer clothing may be required, especially during the evenings and in mountainous areas. Tourists should remember to dress modestly and remove their footwear and hat when entering places of religious significance such as Buddhist temple. Cambodia is still a conservative country, in some area we recommend to have dress below knee such as Royal Palace. So, please bring some clothes in your bag-pack to cover the knees. You can leave your day back in our support van.

What languages are spoken in Cambodia?

The official language of Cambodia is Khmer. English is increasingly prevalent, especially amongst younger people in the cities, while French is also spoken by some. However, we recommend travelers to learn some basic phrases in Khmer. The kids always welcome you by shouting "hello" while cycling along the road. Most of our cycling group find out that it is part of the enjoyable trip and feel people are so welcome, especially the kids.