Road Biking from Saigon to Angkor

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US$ 2,850
13 Days / 12 Nights
1086 km
Tour Code
Next departure
Number of Cycling Days10
Average Distance Per Day: 110
150 Km
Total Cycling Distance1086 kilometres
Bike HireStandard Road Bike: US$ 250
Single SupplementUS$ 525

All About this Tour

Putting two countries together in one tour gives a great insight into Southeast Asia, its culture, its scenery and its wonderfully friendly people.

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Day 1

We meet in Saigon for an afternoon city tour, visiting the main historical sites before having a delicious welcome dinner.

Day 2

A morning transfer takes us out of the city and to the start of our ride along the coast. We cycle past Ke Ga Cape near the Ta Kou National Reserve as we ride north to Phan Thiet. A white sand beach is waiting!

Day 3

Our route starts along the coastline, but then we begin our climb to Dalat. We ascend a total of 3,216 m on quiet roads, and we'll take many breaks, including one at Dai Ninh Dam. Enjoy the colonial atmosphere of Dalat.

Day 4

We cycle downhill, descending a total of 3,620 m! It is also a picturesque ride through numerous plantations of the Central Highlands. We descend to Di Linh and end at our resort in the Madagui forest.

Day 5

We start cycling from Madagui to the historic bridge of La Nga then transfer to Cu Chi where we'll have lunch and visit the famous tunnels.

Day 6

We set off for the Vietnam/Cambodia border at Moc Bai and catch our first glimpses of rural Cambodian life as we start an easy cycle past traditional wooden houses on stilts framed by a backdrop of vast rice fields.

Day 7

Today is free to discover Phnom Penh.

Day 8

We cycle out of Phnom Penh towards a Japanese bridge, and though our first ride will be on a busy stretch of road, we will soon be in quiet Cambodian countryside. We stop for a visit to the ancient capital of Oudong then head northwest to Kompong Chhnang.

Day 9

Another flat ride as we cycle north to Pursat. On the way, we visit a marble carving workshop as the region is known for their skilled craftsmen who sculpt huge Buddhas and beautiful statues.

Day 10

We continue north with endless views of rice paddies to Battambang, the rice bowl of Cambodia. Statues, many of animals (mythical and real), are scattered throughout the town, which also has a number of fine early 20th-century French colonial buildings.

Day 11

We have a short transfer for a long ride to Siem Reap. Our goal is to reach the Western Gate of Angkor Wat to watch the sun set over the sugar palm trees.

Day 12

This morning’s bike ride heads to the entrance of Angkor Wat and to Ta Prohm, famous from the film “Tomb Raider”. We explore Angkor Wat, considered the masterpiece of Khmer architecture.

Day 13

Enjoy a free morning taking in the sights and sounds of Siem Reap, before we head to the airport.


Overall, fantastic trips and fantastic guides, especially Tree in Cambodia!

Tiffany PackDecember 2017

A great tour with a lot crammed into 9.5 days of cycling. The guides were incredibly informative and the group of cyclists really made the trip for me. This is my third SpiceRoads trip after Chang Mai to Chang Rai plus Taiwan so I'm a big Spice Roads fan.

Keith Thomas ByrneDecember 2017

It was a real adventure. A great combination of cycling terrain, scenery and culture. The locals (especially the Cambodians) were super friendly and accommodating. This was the second tour I have done with SpiceRoads and plan to do more for sure.

Guide Tree was an amazingly good tour leader. For example he went out of his way to organize local and walking tours in each town in which we stayed. I had a great time on the tour. Thank you Spice Roads!

Stuart SumsionDecember 2017

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