Angkor Cycling Discovery

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  Tour Operator  Siem Reap Bike Tour


 4 days (Bike: 4 days)

  105 km  (~26km per day)



Angkor Wat - Unique Ping Stone Temple - Resevoir - Countryside

We will forwarding to the ticket booth to buy the ticket for visiting the temple if our values have done that cause, the tour will start to the main temple(Angkor Wat largest religious monument in the world). On the short circuit tour, you will have the chance to visit the extraordinary historical sites surrounding Siem Reap: We will visit Angkor Wat which is considered to be the greatest of the Khmer temples. There you will find Khmer art which reached the height of its glory in the 12 century. We will then go to the south gate of Angkor Thom and visit the Bayon temple which is the stone facing of Avalokiteshvara and the state temple of the Mahayana Buddhist King Jayavarman VII. The tour then takes us to the Terrace of Elephants that the main terrace for the KIng sits on to observe the training of elephants. Keep going to see an amazing view of Ta Prohm, left as it was discovered. Kapok trees clasp the sanctuaries with their mighty roots. After Ta Prom, we will take a moment to stop and relax and to purchase food and drinks at restaurants and shops. We will then visit the Banteay Kdey temple followed by a short ride back into town to drop off the values at the hotel or some places in Siem Reap. You will find this to be a truly enjoyable way to experience the magic of the temples of Angkor.

Riding through the main Angkor Archaeological Park 20km approaching to Banteay Srei temple. On the way, we gonna enjoy the atmosphere around, water buffaloes busking in the waterhole. Take a rest to see the people weaving the basket, and also creating the sugar palm. Getting to know about scarecrow which is the local superstitions, and how do they using it?

Banteay Srei Temple, Date: Mid 10th century(967) King: The temple was founded by a Brahmin named Yajnavaraha who was attached to Rajendravarman II. Culture: Hindu(Shiva). The temple was built in Ishvarapura, the city of Lord Shiva. Banteay Srei temple has often been described as a gem of a temple. The images are appropriated as the temple’s dimension are quite small and refinement of it’s carving reached a level which found no an equivalent in other Khmer temples.

Discover the genuine rural lifestyle of the Cambodia people living in the wonderful and peaceful landscape found just north of Siem Reap. Our cycling begins in the early refreshing beauty of the morning and continues until noon. In this tour we will be leaving the hotel at 7:30 am and ride to our destination located some 20km from the Siem Reap town We will stop and visit a typical local market that provides food and a wide variety of vegetables and fruits for daily use by the local people. We will travel to see this amazing manmade water reservoir located 5km from the Angkor Wat temple. In addition to visiting West Baray, you come to know well some aspects of the lifestyle of Cambodian people living in the countryside and jungle, and you will have the opportunity to converse with some villagers or with students in the countryside schools.

You will be regularly greeted by the friendly villagers as you pass by. This is a different atmosphere, undisturbed by the crowds. Bike around the countryside and see a different side of the Cambodian culture. This is a great opportunity to learn about how rural life in the Cambodian countryside differs from that of Siem Reap town. Pass by the local children going to school, the colorful traditional Khmer style stilt houses and cruise through the rice paddies dotted all around the countryside. This is a ride that can suit every ability level, as your tour guide will adjust the speed and breaks that you will have dependent on your ability. This is a great opportunity to take a break from the busier tourist sites of Siem Reap. You will have the chance to cruise along the red dirt roads of the countryside, with plenty of opportunities to take lots of photos of the picturesque countryside and of the local villages. You will also experience how the locals trade and do business at the local market. As well as visiting Arthvear pagoda, an ancient pagoda placed in the idyllic countryside, where you can really see how the monks go about their day to day lives. The ride will begin along Siem Reap river, then out of town through some lovely villages. Take a moment to breathe in the fresh country air, while seeing the vast array of farmland and animals of the Cambodian countryside. The rice paddies are seemingly endless, and the herds of water buffalos and cows are everywhere. During your ride, you will also see many indigenous species of birds flying overhead and settling in the flooded rice paddies. Ride past the villagers while they go about their day to day routine of tending fields, managing livestock and taking some time to relax while doing some fishing. And to top it all off, cycling by the lotus flower fields near Tonle Sap lake. Once you have arrived at the lake, this is a great opportunity to have a drink, relax a little and take some pictures of the gorgeous lake. Once you are refreshed your guide will take you back to the hotel or some places in Siem Reap.

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Siem Reap

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Professional English speaking tour guide
Modern, high-quality mountain bikes with; large gear sets, disc brakes and good front suspension (Giant).
Cool Bottle Water
Boat fee
Hotel pick up / Drop-off


You will need an Angkor Pass for this tour. If you don’t already have one, you can purchase one upon entry to the Angkor Zone.


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