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CAMBODIA TOURS > CAMBODIA AND REGIONAL TRAVEL NEWS


Mountain Bike Racing in Siem Reap: 26 September, 2010

On 26 September, 2010. Cambodia Mountain Bike Racing will be held at Phnom Kulen located 50km from Siem Reap. It is the first Mountain Bike Racing held in Siem Reap. Cambodian Cycling Co.,LTD.has donated USD280 to the MTB Bike Racing event. For more nformation, please contact us. >> Learn More


Thailand News (updated on 20 May 2010)


On 19 May 2010, Thais army have surrounded Red Shirt protesters are including Lumpini and Ratchaprasong intersection from early morning until afternoon. There were 13 people died and hudred people wounded. As the result, United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship leaders Jatuporn Prompan and Natthawut Saikua told the protesters to return home as they surrendered.

On Thursday 20 May 2010, two more red shirt leaders Tohjirakarn and Veera Musikapong, surrendered to police at 1pm.

Since Wednesday 18, May 2010, thirteen people have been killed and 88 others were wounded between anti-government protesters and troops. There were a total of 50 deaths and 384 injured between 14 and 20 May, 2010.

Thailand News (updated on 19 May 2010)

34 places were set ablaze on Wednesday 19, May 2010 during the riots in Bangkok. These includes:

1. Siam Square’s Siam Theatre
2. Centara hotel in Ratchaprasong
3. SET building
4. Mahathun Plaza Building
5. Maleenont Building
6. Bangkok Bank (BBL) Asoke branch
7. BBL Din Daeng branch
8. BBL Rama IV branch
9. BBL Victory Monument branch
10. BBL Sukhumvit 83 branch
11. BBL Sathupradit branch
12. BBL Thanon Chan branch
13. BBL Saphan Luang branch
14. BBL Klong Toey branch
15. BBL Hua Lampong branch
16. Klong Toey office of the MEA
17. Krung Thai Bank (KTB) Asoke branch
18. KTB Sala Daeng branch
19. KTB Sukhumvit branch
20. GSB Din Daeng branch
21. Office of Narcotics Control Board building in Din Daeng
22. Central World
23. Kasikornbank Ngam Duplee branch
24. Kasikornbank Victory monument branch
25. Siam City Bank (SCIB) Din Daeng branch
26. SCIB Penang branch
27. Center One shopping centre
28. Noodle shop at Victory Monument
29. Gold shop at Victory Monument
30. 7-Eleven in Din Daeng
31. Lotus Express Rama IV
32. Dok Ya Book store at Victory Monument
33. Watson shopping mall at Victory Monument
34. Police booth on Rama III road

Thailand News (updated on 09 May 2010)

Thailand Prime Minister, Abhisit Vejjajiva, has made announcement to the public for the planning to dissolve Thais National Assembly and re-arrange the National Election between 14 to 30 November, 2010. His announcement has eased the political tense in Bangkok. At the moment, we still recommend that tourists should get accommodation avoiding the crowded protests on Silom and Sokumvit roads until further notice.

However, the protest does not affect our trip starts from Bangkok as we only transfer from the hotel in Bangkok to avoid the busy traffic and our Thais local cycling guide knows how to avoid the busy traffic to get to the point where we start our cycling. We normally stop at a gasoline station and set up our bikes and we can use the restroom also.

December 2009


1- Angkor International Bike Racing:
On 5th December 2009 to raise fund for land mines victims and children with HIV/AIDS. >> Learn More

2- Cycling Challenge:
Indochina Adventures with Cambodia Cycling Team to organize 13 day Cycling Challenge start on 5th December 2009 in Bangkok and finish in Sihanouk Ville. The challeng is to raise the fund for clean water project. >> Learn More

November 2009

Cambodia, Thailand and Laos celebrate Water Festival, dragon boat racings. The celebration combines sport even and historical culture interests. >> Learn More

October 2009

Giant Open First Cambodia Bike Shop in Phnom Penh

In respond to the high demand of biking tour in Cambodia. Giant has opened the first only international bike shop in Phnom Penh. It is really good news for Cambodia Cycling and other cyclists to be able to purchase good bike and accessories inside Cambodia. So far, we have to purchase good bike from Pro Bike Shop in Thailand.

The Giant Bike Shop combines 3 block of ground floor building, sells all kind if Giant Mountain Bikes and Road Bikes. All Giant bike jersey and bike accessories are also available at Giant Bike Shop in Phnom Penh. To find out about the location of Giant Bike Shop in Phnom Penh, please contact us.