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Get an early start to watch the morning light splash over Angkor Wat’s triple towers, a fantastic beginning to your full-day bicycling tour among the ruins of the Angkor Kingdom. Your local guide leads you through the Angkor Archaeological Park, showing you several iconic temples in the sprawling complex. Stop to stroll around different sites and examine intricate stone carvings and statues. Your small-group tour is limited to six participants, and includes a Western breakfast and Khmer lunch, and round-trip transport by minivan from Siem Reap.


  • Full-day bicycling tour of Angkor Wat, from Siem Reap
  • Watch the sun rise over Angkor Wat (entrance to park at own expense)
  • See ancient monuments such as Elephant Terrace, Bayon and Ta Prom on foot and by bike
  • Ride down quiet back roads and hear about the history of the Angkor region from a knowledgeable guide
  • Keep your energy up with the provided breakfast and lunch, snacks, fresh fruit and cold water
  • Includes round-trip hotel transport and minivan support throughout
  • Enjoy an intimate small-group tour with a maximum of six participants

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

On this day trip from Siem Reap, you’ll see Angkor temples in the soft light of morning and ride a bike along hidden trails to avoid the crowds.

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What You Can Expect

Angkor Sunrise Discovery Bike Tour

Angkor Sunrise Discovery Bike Tour

Customer Reviews

Lesley N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

We cannot fault this tour in anyway we had an amazing day! Our guide, Sammy, was wonderful! Even when I lost my entry ticket into the National Park, he went out of his way to help me find it but when we couldn't find it, Sammy asked our driver to take me back a 45 minute return trip to buy another one. Unfortunately we didn't get to see the sunrise as there was too much cloud cover, but it didn't spoil our day. If you can ride a bike, then you will enjoy this tour there are no hills, just flat riding, through the bush and along the side of the roads. The tour included a tasty breakfast fresh fruit for morning tea bottled water and to finish off, a very nice lunch. This bike tour was so much fun we highly recommend it!

Robert W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

After a scare regarding our pick up at 4:50am, when our guide was given the wrong hotel name, our trip went perfectly to plan. We arrived at Angkor Wat and our guide took us to a perfect spot to see the sunrise away from the majority of other tourists. He then walked us through the temple and gave the most incredible detail regarding the history of this amazing place, his knowledge was incredible. We then drove to a secluded spot for a freshly prepared breakfast which was delicious and include omelette, toast, fruit, tea and coffee, as much as you could eat. We then took to our bikes which had been prepared for us and headed off on our magical cycle through the country side surrounding the temples. The cycling was not demanding, for an average male in mid fifties, but our guide was most attentive to the pace we preferred to travel, we had a small group of only three people. I would recommend this tour if you wish to see the temples on Angkor Wat, have and expert cycle/history guide and want to enjoy the amazing countryside from the saddle. Sambo, our guide is an asset to grasshoppers and even forwarded on some amazing photos for us when our camera battery let us down.

Mong Hwa T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

A wonderful experience! We saw beauriful sunrise at a good location in front of a pond, enjoyed good breakfast before kick off our bike journey, we were able to view some scenery of temples where visitors coming by car are not able to access to. The tour guide Chen is excellent and has good knowledges on local history.

cassandra s

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

This was one of the highlights of our tour! We had a great guide who picked us up at the hotel and off we went at 4:30 am! We saw the sunrise at Siem Reap, walked through the temple then were greeted with the minibus that took us to an amazing breakfast all set up in the forest. Then onward on the bikes! We had so much fun. We were a family of 4 with our two children, 14 and 20 years old. It was exciting biking- not too easy and not too hard. It was a magical day finished off with an amazing lunch. Our guide was a pro. Highly recommend this trip.

Haley B New Zealand

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Wow! A fantastic trip and I highly recommend this tour. My 12 year old and I did this bike tour and the day was amazing. It's an early start but we were back at the hotel by 4pm. The guides are helpful and informative, the bikes are in excellent condition and the tracks aren't too horrible mostly sand. Remember to carry your tickets during the tour as we were stopped at least 3 times to check. The tour provides cold towels, fruit and water during the tour and at every stop. You spend a generous amount of time at each temple. We travel a lot and by far, this was our best tour EVER!

Mr A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

We enjoyed this bike tour and were pleased to get on it at the last minute. We left booking at tour of Angkor until the day before we arrived, and the bike option was all that was available. However, a friend had already recommended this as a good way to see the temples, and I'd agree that it made for an enjoyable day. The tour guide provided plenty of information about the sights we saw as we went along the journey.

The bikes we used were in great condition, which was a blessing given that our last attempt at hiring bike was in Bolivia and they were terrible! So, to have clean, fully working bikes that had been set for our height was good, and I think something that was worth paying the relatively high cost of the tour for. The food provided breakfast and lunch was of good quality, again, I think this made the cost of the tour worthwhile.

My only small frustration was the speed at which we cycled, i.e. very slowly. I understand that it gets quite hot as the day progresses, and nobody wants to be hot and sweaty, but bikes do need to go at a decent speed to make the minor obstacles easy to pass, e.g. dips in the path, small hills, or muddy puddles. More often than not, at least one of us would get stuck and have to get off the bike, and I think a bit more speed would avoid this.

Elizabeth A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

Our guide, Siek Sambo, was great! He took us to all the best places and explained what the significance was. We typically got to places at the less busy times so it was never very crowded. We learned a lot and the bike riding, while challenging for someone who's never biked on sandy trails, was a lot of fun. Definitely the way to see the temples. All the food we were served was amazing! No need to bring snacks or water. Also, the bikes are good quality bikes in great condition.

Joe M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

it was awesome! covered so much ground and great to go so early in the morning.

Hau Wai Alison L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

We joined the sunrise biking tour for Angkor Wat, Bayon Temple and Ta Phrom. It was an amazing journey through the bushes and mud. Apart from the famous temples, we got a change to see the local village side and a quieter aspect of the touristy area.

Our guide, Som, speaks fluent English and has a vast bank of knowledge about the history, facts and stories of the temples. He has good hands with cameras too and made sure we enjoyed the tour at ever turn.

The supply of iced towels at stops by the van driver is a 6-star treatment - imagine we had been biking up and down getting all muddy and sweaty.

A biking tour is highly recommended for your next visit to the Angkor temples!

Song H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

If you are like me who wants to see a bit more than just a and #39;normal and #39; tourist and is short on time- then this trip is for you. We got to see countryside, dogs and hens, village and schools... Through jungle and all of sudden there is a hidden temple just sitting there!
Our guide Sambo is awesome!

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