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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.

Highlights

  • 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

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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

Charles P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

We had a very nice time on this bicycle tour. It was very hot but were able to ride in the shade a good portion of the day. The Wat's were incredible and our guide Som was very knowledgeable and passionate about his country. The cycling isn't difficult but it does cover a small amount of rough terrain and sandy areas. The bikes were newer and in good condition.

carladuffoo

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

Great tour and very knowledgeable guide! Good biking pace even for people who are not so proficient at biking like myself. Even though one day is probably too little time to visit the temples, I think the tour allowed ample time to see several temples and get a taste of their rich and complicated history.

Huan W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

It was a very well organised or prepared tour. One of the people we were on the tour with had a flat tire and they changed it within 5 mins. During the whole trip, they kept filling our water bottles while we got off our bikes to look around. Just be aware of the heat, the tour is quite long and it can get really hot. Don't forget to bring something like a scarf to cover your neck if you dont want to get sunburn.

Huan W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

It was a very well organised or prepared tour. One of the people we were on the tour with had a flat tire and they changed it within 5 mins. During the whole trip, they kept filling our water bottles while we got off our bikes to look around. Just be aware of the heat, the tour is quite long and it can get really hot. Don't forget to bring something like a scarf to cover your neck if you dont want to get sunburn.

Huan W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

It was a very well organised or prepared tour. One of the people we were on the tour with had a flat tire and they changed it within 5 mins. During the whole trip, they kept filling our water bottles while we got off our bikes to look around. Just be aware of the heat, the tour is quite long and it can get really hot. Don't forget to bring something like a scarf to cover your neck if you dont want to get sunburn.

Bon Russel P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

bike tour is highly recommended in siem reap, to really appreciate the true beauty of its temples and the community as well.. i had friendly guide and amazing trip!

Elizabeth D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

This was a really fun and offbeat way of visiting the temples while also getting to see the countryside and ride some cool trails. The lunch was quite tasty too! Grasshopper did a nice job of organizing and making sure everything ran smoothly.

Daniel N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

I highly recommend

Sidney S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

This trip was everything we had hoped for as well as a couple of surprise off road excursions. Our guide Somchhay was perfect for the tour. He was extremely engaging, had a great amount of knowledge of all of the places we visited and was a great host. We highly recommend this trip.

Heather M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

My guide, Som, was fantastic. I had toured the temples by bus the day before, and I saw so much more by visiting them again on bike. We cut through the jungle to visit the temples, and saw a lot more wildlife monkeys, butterflies, birds than I did by bus. All the people on the tour were very friendly there were five of us and we had a great time.

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