Cycle around the ruins of the Khmer Empire at Angkor Wat, keep an eye out for rare bird life in Ream National Park, bike out along the Mekong River to a village homestay.
Many visitors to Southeast Asia spend much of their time rushing around clogged city streets. Break free and see the region from a bicycle seat on this 12-day trip. You'll roll past the temples of stunning Angkor Wat, cruise around Phnom Penh, and ride between the jungle, mangrove forests, and beaches of Ream National Park. It's perfect for pedal-pushers of all levels looking to explore less well-known regions at a leisurely pace. Consider this an introduction to the joys of Southeast Asia and cycling.
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Arrive at any time.
Cycle backroads to the Cu Chi tunnels. Transfer to the Mekong Delta and catch a ferry to Tra On island for the night. Traditional homestay with a local Vietnamese family.
Early morning visit to the floating markets, before cycling alongside the Mekong River.
Transfer to Sihanoukville.
Cycle in Ream National Park.
Transfer to Phnom Penh. Guided tour of the city.
Cycle Mekong Island in the morning. Visit Tuol Sleng Prison and Choeung Ek (Killing Fields).
Transfer to Siem Reap, capital of the Khmer Empire.
Cycle from Siem Reap to Angkor Wat. Guided tour of the Angkor temple complex. Perhaps visit the Tonle Sap floating village or the Angkor Museum.
Free day to explore more of the Angkor Wat complex and surrounding area.
Transfer from Siem Reap to Thailand's thriving capital city.
There may be time for an optional cycle tour of Bangkok. Trip finishes in the afternoon.
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