Duration: 7 hours
Group Size: 1-10 pax
8:00 am - End 3:00 pm
Escape the busy city center of Siem Reap and cycle through the beautiful countryside and a nature reserve towards the 9th century ancient Khmer civilization site of Hariharalaya, an early capital of the Khmer empire (Rolous Group).
The tour is for of every level since your tour guide will facilitate depend on your abilities of riding.
- Preah Ko: meaning the sacred bull in Khmer, a temple dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva
- Bakong: the first large mountain temple of Angkor
- Lolei: An island temple built by King Yasovarman I
- Interact with the rural kids and receive a warm welcome from the local villagers
- Enjoy an authentic Khmer meal
Leave downtown Siem Reap and cycle along the red soil roads through some splendid villages. There, you can absorb the fresh air and eye-catching views of thousands of hectares of rice fields (May-October fields are green; November-January the fields are a golden color), big herds of cows, buffalos, ducks, and many bird species flying above us.
Take in the lifestyle of villagers and their daily activities: the farming cycle, vegetable growing, stacking hay and so on. Visit the local market and taste typical Khmer cookies.
See a Buddhist pagoda and observe the monks’ day-to-day routine. Stop for lunch along Roluos riverside, then continue to Roluos Group to see Preah Ko, Bakong and Lolei temples. Ride back to town on the ancient highway, built in the 10th century, which connects the capital Hariharalaya and the capital of Yaksodaraborak (nowadays known as Krong Angkor).
What to Bring
- Comfortable clothes for cycling
- English speaking tour guide
- Quality mountain bike Giant/Trek & Helmet
- Hotel pick up
- Fresh coconut juice
- Pure water
- Temple pass 37$/person for a single day
- Hotel drop off
Where does the tour start?
Tour start at our office, we will pick you up from your hotel, our driver start to pick up from 7:10 am to 7:40 am, please be ready before.
In what language will the tour be given?
The tour will be given in English.
Can I buy temple pass on the day of the tour or is it better to buy it in advance?
No worries about the temple pass, you can buy it on the day of the tour
How can I book?
You can book by email to firstname.lastname@example.org WhatsApp (012644241) LINE (ID: angkorcyclingtour) WeChat (012644241) Facebook (FB page: Angkor Cycling Tour)
How can i make a payment to you ?
You can pay on the of the tour
What is the cancellation policy?
We offer free cancellation if you cancel your booking at least 24 hours before the tour start time.
Is there any dress code for sacred places?
Angkor is an active spiritual site for Buddhists and citizens who engage in daily worship, prayer and meditation. Revealing clothes such as shorts and skirts above the knees and showing bare shoulders are prohibited in sacred palaces. Respectful dress is strongly encouraged in Angkor due to the respects towards our community.
What do I have to bring?
Sunscreen, sunglasses, insect repellent, camera, etc.
What are the road conditions?
Flat, easy ride
What should I wear?
Comfortable cycling clothes (shirt covering your shoulders and pants below the knee for sacred places) with sandals, flip-flops, or lightweight shoes.
Can we have vegetarian food?
Yes, let us know and we can organize this for you