• Location: Siem Reap, Cambodia
  • Duration: 8 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
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Enjoy a full-day bicycle tour to see Angkor’s major temples and experience the lush Cambodian countryside around Siem Reap. Your experienced local guide shows you highlights of the Angkor Archaeological Park including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm Temples, in addition to some lesser-known sights along the route. Get the chance to experience this breathtaking landscape on a small-group tour with a maximum of 14 participants, ensuring personalized attention from your guide. Bonus: this tour includes refreshments and a delicious lunch.


  • Full-day bike tour to Angkor Archaeological Park from Siem Reap
  • Cycle minor roads to see a different side of the majestic Angkor temples at the World Heritage site
  • Stop to marvel over Angkor Wat, Bayon Temple, Ta Prohm and the Terrace of the Elephants
  • Follow an experienced local guide on back roads and through small villages back to town
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch along with provided snacks, fruit and bottled water
  • Tour limited to 14 participants ensures a small-group experience

What You Can Expect

Angkor Temples Bike Tour from Siem Reap

Angkor Temples Bike Tour from Siem Reap

Make your own way to meet your guide at a conveniently located bike shop in Siem Reap. After introductions and a safety briefing, your guide helps you to get outfitted with a high-quality mountain bike and helmet before setting out towards the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Angkor complex.

When you reach the entrance to the park, your guide helps you to purchase an Angkor Pass, which provides admission to the Angkor Archaeological Park. Then start at the famous Angkor Wat, a majestic 12th-century complex with several intricately carved stone temples that illustrate the Hindu epic, the Ramayana.

Next, follow the main road to Angkor Thom, passing stone sculptures of expressive divinities and demons. Visit Bayon Temple and admire its stone towers topped by smiling bodhisattva faces. Then wheel over to the nearby Terrace of the Leper King, Terrace of the Elephant and Royal Enclosure. Later, visit Ta Prohm, renowned for its otherworldly landscape of tall trees and sprawling root systems growing out of the temple ruins.

Throughout the day, bicycle at a leisurely pace with plenty of stops for photo ops and temple exploration. Expect to cover approximately 15–18 miles (25–30 km) on mostly flat paths and small roads; some dirt trails are unsuitable for beginning riders. Your tour includes refreshments and a tasty lunch of Khmer cuisine.

On your return in the late afternoon, pedal through small villages where you get a glimpse of rural life, before ending your tour back in Siem Reap.

Customer Reviews

Anibal C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

Increíble experiencia. La mejor forma de conocer los templos de Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom y Ta Prohm: la bicicleta. 35 km en total que incluyó adentrarse en la jungla para cortar camino, ingresar a Angkor Thom pedaleando sobre la muralla que rodea al templo y atravesar zonas donde se palpita la vida rural de este pueblo maravilloso donde a nuestro paso nos saludaban con un amistoso Hello!, no tiene precio. Nuestro guía, Vic, siempre respondió todas nuestras consultas y nos informo la historias de los maravillosos templos

Theodorus G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Great tour. A very nice and full day program to see a number of the greatest temples. Lunch and fruit stops are includes and the food and fruit are absolutely fabulous. The guide was great and had heaps of knowledge. The second guide was always around to keep people safe. This is a very professional and well thought out and very well executed tour. These company and these people deserve some serious stars for what they offer.
Absolute firm recommendation.

Sherelle L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

This tour allows you to see part of Siem Reap you won't see by car. Cycling off road through wooded areas and finding temples along the way. The views are break taking and the temples u see are amazing. Our guide was very informative and friendly. Stopped for lunch midday and was given water.

Sarah R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

This tour was according to what was on the description plus during the time of our bike on to the road area, I felt safe with our tour guide, his pace was similar to the local bike riders which was good when you are biking in public. The route was excellent, it was on the country side most often and I feel that we got to see the Angkor Wat more than as a tourist. The bikes were fully maintained, I felt that the mountain bikes shocks are according to the road's condition. If it was compared to the bike tour in U.S.A. it was safe and he used the correct hand signals and oriented us with the hand signals and pace was for safety and not for speed of pure leisure.

We had fruit snack right on time just before I felt I was bonking
Lunch was very tasty
Water cold was provided through out our ride
Temple Tour inside met the expectation
A refreshing cold fresh coconut drink and cold towel was provided when we got back at the office.

All else, this tour provided more fun to me and felt safe.

Alexandria N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

I went on this tour with three friends and we all loved it. It was extremely well organized. Definitely not for someone who is not in moderately good physical fitness because we biked 20km to the three sites. Lunch was enjoyable with plenty of options to buy souvenirs along the route. Tour guide was funny and very knowledgeable. I not only got to enjoy the temples, but get there quickly and efficiently with nuggets of wisdom from a local. I would definitely recommend doing a tour of the temples this way! Make sure to wear something practical because you will be biking through trails in the woods and pants I bought in country ripped! Other than that, we had a great time.

Karl B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

This was an excellent tour from start to finish. Well maintained bikes, knowledgeable guide, good route that minimized road travel as much as possible and provided for some great jungle riding / trail riding. The morning flew by and after a generous and delicious lunch we saw another temple. The only thing I could think of to improve this tour would be to do Angkor Wat last so it ends of a truly wonderful highlight. The last little touch of getting to keep the water bottle was a really nice gesture and great memento of a great trip!

Louise A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Our cycle trip to the Anghor archaeological area was very well organised and executed. Our guide Chen and his assistant and mechanicwere punctual, competent , kind and patient. The tour itself was well paced and gave us the opportunity to cycle through villages and green areas on the way to the temples. It was a full day but with time to walk around, take photos and ask questions and to
Enjoy good local food for lunch. Definitely to be recommended.

Kevin S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

This was a fabulous trip. It was very well organised from start to finish. We were cycling on a day when the temperatures reached 35 degrees but we were supplied with regular fresh water and an excellent stop for a very generous lunch. The guide was very informative. At the end of the trip we were greeted with a very refreshing coconut to drink from. I was travelling alone so I welcomed the company of some excellent people on this trip.

aaron s

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

We had an amazing guide - there were only two of us my wife and I on the tour, and he gave us a great overview of the different temples. Definitely recommend the experience.

Deb D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

Six of us, plus our guide,Chen, set off on this tour of three temples.We started with the iconic Ankor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world. Chen was incredibly informative with regard to the history of not only the temples, but the country as a whole. This gave real depth to the tour experience as opposed to just wandering about solo and taking a few photos. There were plenty of stops, including a delicious lunch where we were invited to order anything from the menu, plus grab a beer if we wanted. It was amazing to cycle off road through a forested area to emerge at the last temple ruin where huge trees had overgrown the structures. The cycle ride was not too arduous even though it was an all day tour. Was the highlight of an all too brief Siem Reap visit.

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