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Saigon to Bangkok by Bicycle

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US$ 3,500
14 Days / 13 Nights
607 km
Tour Code
Next departure
Number of Cycling Days10
Average Distance Per Day: 61
150 Km
Average Climbing Per Day: 292
2,250 m
5 Star
Total Cycling Distance607 kilometres
Bike HireMountain Bike: US$ 250, E-Bike*: US$ 575
Single SupplementUS$ 595
Client Rating (based on 160 reviews)
*E-bikes are in limited supply, please enquire to reserve one.

About this Cycle Tour

Want to experience three of South East Asia's most fascinating countries? This southeast asian bicycle tour introduces the best of three extraordinary cultures and countries: Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand. Journey from the iconic Mekong Delta to the spiritual temples of Angkor Wat. Ride along quiet backroads, and cross mighty rivers. From shining capitals and colonial relics to tribal trails and humble homesteads. Your next incredible bike touring journey awaits.

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Day 1

Meet in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) for dinner at one of Ho Chi Minh City’s finest restaurants

Day 2

Transfer to Ben Tre, the gateway to the Mekong Delta, to start riding down narrow roads and lanes, past banana plantations and fields of sugarcane, across rivers to Tra Vinh a pretty tree-lined town.

Day 3

There is plenty to observe today - fishermen, village life, temples -- as we cycle scenic roads, crossing many small bridges, to Can Tho.

Day 4

After visiting Cai Rang floating market, our first part of cycling will be mainly through the quaint countryside. After lunch, we transfer to Ba Chuc, visiting a Killing Fields of Vietnam then continuing loop cycling and some hilly ride before a short transfer to the hotel.

Day 5

We cruise up the Mekong River by speedboat to reach Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s bustling capital city. Here we visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the Royal Palace for a balanced perspective on the city’s history.

Day 6

After a quick transfer from Phnom Penh, we cycle on backroads through the rustic countryside to reach Oudong Mountain. We visit hilltop Buddhist stupas of Cambodia’s former capital and then transfer to the sleepy backwater town of Kampong Thom.

Day 7

We ride along the floodplain of the Stueng Saen River to reach Sambor Prei Kuk, an abandoned, ancient city with scattered brick temples nestled in a serene forest. We then transfer to Siem Reap, the “gateway to Angkor”.

Day 8

We discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor by bike, cycling on small paths that crisscross the ancient landscape. Visiting the most iconic sites today - Ta Prohm, Bayon and, of course, Angkor Wat – we’ll learn about the enigmatic history of the once-glorious Khmer Empire.

Day 9

We cycle through the countryside surrounding Siem Reap, far away from the touring masses. Our destination is Banteay Srei, a pink-sandstone temple renowned for its intricate carvings.. After lunch, we transfer back to Siem Reap and enjoy the afternoon at leisure.

Day 10

Today, we take a break from cycling. In the morning, we visit a floating village on Tonle Sap Lake by boat. Then, we transfer to Battambang, where we'll experience a ride on the bamboo train and witness millions of bats emerging from a cave!

Day 11

Cycling on paved roads for nearly 100 km, today’s route takes us through the heart of one of Cambodia’s most fertile agricultural regions and along the edge of Cardamom Mountains. We spend the night at a cozy hotel near the town of Pailin.

Day 12

It's a short pleasant ride on quiet scenic roads to the Thai border, and then we ride through the countryside to the beach.

Day 13

We have a flat and easy ride through mangroves, shrimp farms, and along the coast.

Day 14

Morning free to enjoy the beach before we head back to Bangkok.

Elevation Profiles

Day 2 - Ho Chi Minh - Tra Vinh Ride 65km. +249m / -254m.
Day 2 - Ho Chi Minh - Tra Vinh Ride 65km. +249m / -254m.


Best way to see and learn about these countries. Excellent guides who answered questions, provided a wealth of information and experiences, and paid close attention to the needs of riders in the group.

Timothy RicksMay 2024

The guides and support staff were always there when we needed refreshment. Routes covered a wide range of road conditions keeping us onoour toes all the time. The ferry crossings were a nice break and gave us a chance to regain some energy.

Edward McCauleyMarch 2024

Excellent guides right amount of historical information Interesting stories

Christian GruebelMarch 2024

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