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The trip will start in Bangkok and the meeting point is Grand President Hotel: located in the city center in Sukhumvit area. People who join this trip can also stay at their own hotel choice in Bangkok but it will take a bit longer for our guide to pick up due to bad traffic in Bangkok in the morning. Then transfer to the starting point near Rayong where mountain bikes are prepared and the guide will brief on the cycling tour. From the border to Pailin, the road is dirt with some potholes as well as from Pailin to Battambang. From Battambang to Siem Reap, we will cross Tonle Sap lake by boat. 

We ride about 1,214 km mostly on asphalt roads and sometimes broken road or vehicle-width dirt roads, which may be smooth, gritty, stony, rocky, rutted, loose or hard-packed. The 85km from Pailin to Battambang is probably the worst road but still interesting things to see along the road.

Biking in Indochina to visit the 3 countries is one of the great experience in life as you will be able to see alot. From Thailand to Cambodia where you will see the different. Entering to the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin reminds the past bad experience of Cambodia and seeing the change they have now and the Angkor historical complex on the back road. The bustling Phom Penh capital, then head south to the less visited town and cross the quiet border to cycle along Mekong Delta to Saigon.

Cycling Map (By Bicycle ____ ; By Boat ____ )

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1: Bangkok-Rayong (Cycling 50km)

Meet with our guide at Grand President Hotel: to brief on the tour and check the bike. Then transfer the starting point near Rayong. Start cycling by taking coastline road by the sea around 50km. Stop for lunch. Late afternoon, we arrive in Rayong.  Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight in Rayong at the beach hotel. (L,D)

Day 2: Rayong-Chantaburi (Cycling 60km)

Breakfast at the hotel. Start biking to mangrove study center around 60km. On the way we stop and pay visits and talk to local people, see how they earn their livings. At the mangrove, we can walk around and visit one of the most successful forest restoration project of Thailand. Then check in and spend the night in Chantaburi. Dinner at local restaurant. (B,L,D)

Day 3: Chantaburi-Pailin (Cycling 47km)

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Pongnamron and start cycling to the border 27km. After the immigration, lunch at local restaurant. Then cycling 20km to the Pailin town located on the foothills of the scenic Cardamom mountains. Pailin used to be Khmer Rouge Strong-hold survived by trading gem stones. Until 1998, Khmer Rouge has demobilized their forces into the government army, then the town had got completely peace. The town is now home to some of the former Khmer Rouge leaders who are - now in jail awaiting for international tribunal. After cycling on the dirt red bumpy road, we arrive in the small dusty town of Pailin. View sunset at Phnom Yat to overlook Pailin. This temple of on Phnom Yat hill is more for Kula Muslim minority who earn their living with gem stone business. The Muslim minority made up 5% of the whole population in Cambodia. Return back to the hotel for shower and welcome dinner. Overnight in Pailin.

Day 4: Pailin-Battambang (90km)

Breakfast at the hotel. Fill the water and briefing on the road condition and water stop. Afterthe town, there are a few climbs and then down hill. Watch for large potholes, and cows might be crossing the road with the string so there might a trap. We cycle along this Cadarmom mountain range passing the rice field and we won't be tired as the kids like to say hello and waving from their houses. Recently, the road from Pailin to Battambang has been improved. We stop for water, snack and drink under a big shad of a tree. Then continue cycling another 20km before stopping for lunch in Sneung overlooked a nearby a temple near the road. A little rest on the mat would be good. After lunch we cycle another 20km to Phnom Sampov, overlook the hilltop pagoda and the cave. Battambang used to be second biggest city but now become a relaxed town where Siem Reap is getting more boom. Situated on the bank of Sangker River, Battambang has many French colonial building and traditional Cambodian house. It is worth to take the Bamboo train as the local railway is running only twice a week for passenger train and cargo train is running more often. So local people enjoy taking more bamboo train. Overnight in Battambang. (B,L,D)

Day 5: Battambang-Siem Reap (15km)
An early breakfast before transferring to board on the boat to Siem Reap. The boat runs from October to February as the water will be lower from February onward (If the boat does not operate we have to cycle transfer and cycle 40-50km to Siem Reap). The boat hs jacket and takes about 6 - 7 hours. It is one of the best boat trip in Cambodia to cross the Sangker river viewing the fishermen and all their activities on the river. Then crossing Tonle Sap lake (South East Asia’s largest freshwater lake). It is the main reserve for water when the Mekong is flooded, without the lake, Cambodia will be flooded every year. In rainy season, the water reaches 10,000 square Km when it is only 5,000 square Km in dry season. The lake is as important as for the human-being and the fish, birds and other wild animals. One hour before reaching the dock, the boat passes Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary home and breeding area for some thousands of water birds.

After crossing Tonle Sap lake, we arrive at Chong Kneas floating village. The village combines of Cambodian, Muslim and Vietnamese and they move up and down depends on the season. All the houses are floating with support of the bamboo. After arrival at the dock, get off and prepare to ride bicycle 15km to our hotel. Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 6: Siem Reap-Angkor Complex (35km by bicycle)cambodia_adventures
Depart from the hotel on the main road and cycling through Angkor pass check point. Cycling through the shady road with a little pumping because of the a few pot-holes. There you will begin to see Kravan temple, Banteay Kdei, and stop at the famous Ta Phrom, embraced by the roots of enormous fig trees and gigantic creepers. Visit Ta Phrom (45 minutes-1 hour). It was built in 12th century by the famous King Jayavarvan VII indicated to his mother. While clearing back the forest archaeologists decided to leave the vegetation of Ta Phrom in place to serve as a reminder of how the original discoverers found it and the other Angkor temples. Many of the trees have grown around and through the remains and soar high above the temples. Continue the cycling through small circuit passing Ta Keo temple, Chao Say Tevoda, Tommanon before reaching to Angkor Thom city. There you will see, Terrace of Leper King, Terrace of Elephant, Baphoun, Phimean Akas. Stop at Bayon temple and start the visit (45 minutes-1 hour). Angkor Thom built by Cambodia's great king, Jayavarman VII. An eight-meter high wall encloses this ten square kilometre city, which is encircled by a moat. The famous Bayon, in the geographical heart of Angkor Thom, is a remarkable 54 tower temple. Initially the temple appears to be a shapeless mass of grey and brown stone, but it is only as you get closer that you realize every tower has the carved face of Avalokiteshvara on it.

After the visit, cycle to Angkor Wat to finish the small circuit. Stop at South Gate of Angkor Thom for taking photo. Access via a causeway over the moat that are flanked by statues of Gods on the left and devils on the right. Then visit the magnificent 12th century Angkor Wat. It is visually, architecturally and artistically breathtaking. Angkor Wat is a massive three-tiered pyramid crowned by five beehive-like towers rising 65 meters from ground level. Suryavarman II constructed Angkor Wat in the form of massive 'temple mountain' dedicated to the Hindu god,Vishnu. Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 7: Tonle Sap Lake - Kampong Phluk (50km)
Depart from the hotel, crossing the bridge at Old Market to cycle 15km toward Rolous Group. The first 2km, is on the tarmac road toward the bus station. Then, passing the rice field and the village. cycling to Tonle Sap Lake passing small road along the river through villages, pagodas and schools. This road is good for cycling as to avoid the busy traffic. After cycling 8km, turn right across the bridge to the main road as there is no further access on the small road. Continue cycling toward the lake about 3km (July-December) where the boat stop. (Note: January-June, the water is low and the boat will stop further 3km). Board on the boat to visit the village on water, school, fishing farm. After 1 hour boat drive. Return the Siem Reap on the main road to avoid cycling the same road. Afternoon, free at leisure to relax. Dinner and overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 8: Free Day
Breakfast at the hotel. Free day at your own leisure. Other recommend activities on your own including Phare Circus, Cooking Class, Complementary 30minutes massage at REAL Spa, the top Spa in Siem Reap. Overnight in Siem Reap. (B)

Day 9: Siem Reap-Phnom Penh (50km)
Breakfast at the hotel. We begin to cycle off road from Ou village through the remote countryside to Samrong and we stop for lunch along the way at local restaurant. After lunch we transfer to Phnom Penh to avoid some of the busy roads from Siem Reap province by transferring to visit the Ancient Bridge at Kampong Kdei, one of the best examples of the remaining 800 year old bridges in Cambodia. From the bridge we follow the historic highway connecting the provinces of Kampon Thom and make the rest room stop at Skun known as fried spider town.  We arrive at our hotel. Overnight in Phnom Penh. (B,L,D)

Day 11: Phnom Penh – Kirirom (70km)
Breakfast at the hotel. We transfer to Kampong Speu and start cycling from the gasoline station on the road No.4 to Kirirom National Park to visit Chombok community activities with the representative of the project to learn about the indigenous culture and the history of the area and the daily life of the people living in the community. Overnight at home-stay and experience rural Cambodia at its most authentic. (B,L,D)

Day 12: Kirirom-Sihanouk Ville (75km)
Early morning to see the bird and walking 1km to enjoy variety of different attractions including a 40m high water fall, variety of plants and animals while discovering the breathtaking nature and landscape. Continue cycling to Sihanouk Ville. We transfer by van at the the junction road to Sre Ambel and keep the hill part for the next day when we are fresh. (B,L,D)

Day 13: Sihanouk Ville – Free Day
Breakfast at the hotel. Free day to enjoy swimming at the beach. Recommend to take boat trip to the off-shore island. (Breakfast only)

Day 14: Sihanoukville - Kampot (105 km)

Breakfast at the hotel. Today, we cycle 105km on one of the most challenging part in Cambodia. We begin with the 15km through 3 hills from Siahnouk Ville. It is a breath taking but more down hill than up hill. So we can enjoy the ride before the first snack stop. Turn right at Veal Rinh after 43km toward Kampot and the rest of the day is flat. We cycle passing the fishing village and the Muslim Mosque, the scenery changes from the beach area to the mountain range where we cycle along the Bokor Mountain National Park until Kampot. Kampot is a more quiet town and famous for its pepper and durian production. Dinner and overnight in Kampot. (BLD)

Day 15: Kampot – Kep (25km)

Breakfast at the hotel. Cycle to Kep beach town, a less visited beach than Sihanouk Ville. On the way, we visit Sar Sea Cave on the hill top. Arrive the visit, contiue cycling to Kep. After lunch, check in at the hotel. Afternoon, free to relax and swim at the beach. Dinner and voernight in Kep.

Day 16: Kep - Rabbit Island (Boat Trip)
Breakfast at the hotel. Today we board the boat 30 minutes to Rabbit Island to enjoy this white sand beach. Free at your own leisure to relax and swim on the beach. Afternoon board the boat back to Kep for overnight. (B,L,D)

Day 17: Kep – Takeo (85km)

After breakfast, we cycle heading to Takeo, the less traveled town in Cambodia but is has much history related to the first Khmer civilization when the first Kingdom was established in the early century. It was known as Funan or Nokor Phnom, means the Kingdom of the Hill. Enjoy packed lunch overlook the scenery of the countryside. After lunch, we continue cycle to Takeo passing Ta Mok's house, the former general commander of the Khmer Rouge. Dinner and overnight in Takeo. (B,L,D)

DAY 18: Takeo-Chau Doc (78km)

Early breakfast. Fill in water and check visa for Vietnam one more time as Vietnam visa has to be done in advance. Cycle 53km to Phnom Den border crossing point. Take a break in half way for water stop. After immigration, say goodbye to our Cambodian driver. Lunch at the local restaurant at the border. After lunch, cycle to discover along the Mekong Delta road into the beautiful green countryside. Along the way you will see rice fields and water buffalos nearby the road. Arrive in Chau Doc, those with energy to spare can climb Sam Mountain for sunset! Dinner and overnight in Chau Doc. (B,L,D)

Day 19: Chau Doc - Can Tho (50km+cycling)

After breakfast, we leave for the floating houses on upper Mekong river by boat where we can see plenty of catfishes, red snappers… breeding under right their houses. What is an amazing life! Then keep boating to visit the Cham village with about 12.000 people who those are weaving sarongs, hats…by hands as keeping their ancestral tradition. Walk to the mosques that Muslims pray and teach Cham kids in Arabic for a while. Then we start cycling along incredible country roads from Chau Doc to Bachuc along the border, or re-trace back to triton (depending on road conditions). The cycling starts to gently undulate and mountains begin to loom as you ride out off Chau Doc. The presence of Thnot trees indicates the growing proximity to Cambodia and the local people speak Vietnamese as their second lanaguge. This afternoon, you will cycle to the killing fields of Vietnam at Bachuc, where Polpot’s regime massacred over 3,000 Vietnamese in 1978. Dinner and overnight in Can Tho. (B,L,D)

Day 20: Cantho - Travinh (80km+cycling)

After breakfast, there will be time to explore side tracks and trails as the cycling distance today is not far. This gives a great first impression of the “heart of Mekong”. We take first short boat trip to Vinh Long, one of the famous fruits town in Mekong. Then you bike along narrow country lanes, easy dirt tracks and trails. This biking is at its most glorious-through tiny orchards, witness colorful life along the riverside, pedal pass picturesque delta homes, pause to chart with welcoming villagers, clack across innumerable wooden bridges. Cross narrow canals on a local sampan, before finishing at the main ferry for a refreshing boat trips across the expansive Co Chien River. Ride final few km to the very pretty Khmer town of Travinh. Overnight in Travinh. (B,L,D)

Day 21: Travinh - Mytho - Ho Chi Minh (50km+ cycling)
After breakfast, start with a section of biking cuts off road onto gravel and dirt lanes, and weaves around hamlets, across water channels, and through quiet dense vegetation. This makes for superb biking after a ferry across the graping expanse of Cochien river from Travinh, the pretty tree lined town with a large population of ethnic Khmer.  Then another section of crossing rivers and canals by numerous, ubiquitous, fascinating ferries, we bike through the route takes us through narrow roads and lanes, past banana plantations, fields of sugar cane, through the lush green landscape of the delta. The ride lead us right into the heart of the rural Mekong before arriving at Mytho – the gateway of the Mekong delta to end our cycling trip. From Mytho, we transfer a couple of hours to Ho Chi Minh City to avoid the busy traffic. TOUR ENDS.


Tour Cost

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Single room Supplement USD599
Bike Rental USD250 (Trek or Giant)
Total Distance 1,214 km
Number of cycling days 20 days
Road Surface This tour follows asphalt roads, and one dirt road passing the countryside and the rice field. The back road along the river and village is small but good enough for cycling, less busy. A little bit sandy, narrow road, tiny lane, rural road along river side.
Support Fully supported van including spare part, cool box and back up service
Group Size Minimum 2. Maximum 25.
Staff Groups of 6 or more, a Cycling Tour Leader, plus English-speaking cycling guide, drivers and assistants. Groups below 5 will be led by our local guide and our local support team.
Food All meals are included (breakfast, lunch and dinner)

Tour Price Includes
- Accommodation 4* stars & 3* stars in tourist towns, guesthouse in Takeo (aircon & hot water)
- Cycling experienced guide
- Full board meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
- Support van for transfer & tour with cool box
- Snack, water, fruits and cold drink (Coke light)
- Boat ticket Battambang-Siem Reap-Phnom Penh
Note: In case the boat is not running, we will arrange the transfer by van with some extra cycling
- All entrance fees and boat fees
- Complementary message 30 minutes by REAL Spa Cambodia

Tour Price Excludes
- International Flights
- Departure Tax $25 (international)
- Cambodian Visa Fees $30 (issued on arrival), for Vietnam please check with us.
- Alcoholic, and other beverages
- Tips for guides.
- Personal travel insurance
- Any services not mentioned in itinerary


View Feedback About This Trip:

Hello Socheat,

Yes, the weather is cold here, and from what we have heard we missed a lot of colder weather when we were in Cambodia.

We both agree that our trip was excellent.  The hotels and food was better that we expected.  I think that Cambodia has a great future as a cycling destination.  There was really nothing that we would like to have had differently.  Maybe, just a few tips:

-        Offer the cold beers at the end of the day as part of the service.  Customer pays for the beer, of course.  A lot of people will not use that service, but the ones that like a cold beer at the end of the day, before a shower, will really appreciate it.
-        Mention that free wireless Internet is available in almost all hotels.  That is more & more important, and just might induce some unsure people to go.
-        If the weather is always as good as it was on our trip, then I would emphasize that in your web site.  That is probable the most important reason why Europeans go to SE Asia in the winter.
-        Also highlight how many  people in Cambodia speak English.  That is a big advantage over Thailand & Vietnam.

It is a little early now, but when we plan our trip next winter, we will certainly think of Cambodia and your company as an alternative.

Hope you have a good season and thanks for all of the effort that you put into making our trip so enjoyable.  It is really good that you can enjoy a beer with your clients.  That makes for a good atmosphere.

Tim & Marika McGettigan (American & German)
Date: 19 January to 11 February 2010

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