Cambodia Heritage by Bicycle

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US$ 1,790
7 Days / 6 Nights
238 km
Tour Code
Next departure
Number of Cycling Days7
Average Distance Per Day: 34
150 Km
Average Climbing Per Day: 150
2,250 m
Total Cycling Distance238 kilometres
Bike HireMountain Bike: Included, E-Bike*: US$ 210
Single SupplementUS$ 325
Client Rating (based on 15 reviews)
*E-bikes are in limited supply, please enquire to reserve one.

About this Cycle Tour

On this bike tour we explore the history and culture of Cambodia by bicycle, starting as far back as the 7th Century. Our cycling adventure starts in Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia since the French colonisation of Indochina, once known as the "Pearl of Asia." We ride through the scenery of Cambodia's countryside to Oudong, exploring villages and getting a feel for local life away from the sights and sounds of the city. Then on to the hills of Phnom Oudong to see a variety of chedis and stupas built in traditional Khmer style.

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Day 1

We meet in the morning for a bicycle tour to enjoy the colonial charm of Cambodia's capital city. We begin along the colourful riverfront to the Royal Palace and continue to the National Museum.

Day 2

We head to Oudong, once capital of Cambodia, observing rural Cambodia life, with a picnic lunch at a local Khmer house. Then we explore the recent dark history of Cambodia in Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocide.

Day 3

We transfer to Kampong Thom where we cycle through the ancient Sambor Prey Kuk. Visit one of the oldest temple sites in Cambodia constructed in the 7th century and have a beautiful ride through rice paddy fields and small villages while locals greet us as we cycle by.

Day 4

We immerse ourselves in the 12th century, when the Khmer’s reign extended far and wide. We cycle to Ta Prohm, famous from the film Tomb Raider, and deliberately left by French conservationists in the same condition as discovered.

Day 5

We cycle through rural countryside to Banteay Srei Temple, with the best-preserved bas-reliefs and stone carvings in Cambodia. After lunch, we trek 3 km uphill through the jungle to a river bed with submersed carvings and a beautiful waterfall.

Day 6

We rise early for sunrise over Angkor Wat and then start riding to the Rolous. The afternoon is free to explore the old market or to just rest by the hotel pool. We meet again late afternoon for a sunset cruise and to see a floating village.

Day 7

We have a short cycle through bucolic Siem Reap countryside to the Silk Farm of Phouk, a fascinating farm/workshop where you can see the entire silk creation process. We return to the hotel by vehicle and say our final good byes after lunch.

Elevation Profiles

Day 1 - Phnom Penh Ride 31km. +113m / -114m.
Day 1 - Phnom Penh Ride 31km. +113m / -114m.


We had really great guides . They supported us and showed us incredible places. We had a lot of fun but I was most impressed by how well the guides accommodated our group and let us stop when we got too hot (it was 97 degrees F and we came from a cold climate). The guides managed all the equipment - inspected the bikes regularly and even wiped them down for us. They ensured the quality of the equipment and resolved a flat really fast that a teammate got mid-ride. Truly the best – kind and supportive guides.

Allison LeonardMarch 2024

A great way to tour the key tourist routes and temples

Martin TheophilusJanuary 2024

Enjoyed seeing Cambodia's heritage on bike, hike and tour. The guides are knowledgable and very careful about choose routes.

Veluppillai SengoNovember 2023

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