BIKING 8days/7nights PHNOM PENH via ANGKOR WAT to BANGKOK
Day 1: Phnom Penh – Kompong Thom 90km cycling (Cambodia) (L)
On day 1, we’ll depart early and head North on the national road N5 (past the ancient Japanese bridge) to begin our travels through the Cambodian countryside. After 12km, we’ll arrive at Prek Phnov where we’ll take unpaved roads passing local villages and rice fields.
Day 2: Kompong Thom – Siem Reap 100km cycling (Cambodia) (B,L)
The day will begin with a short transfer in the direction of Siem Reap. We’ll stop in the small town of Stoung (about 45km from Kompong Thom), and begin biking the 100km to the city of temples. The distance is long, but you will have some shade as you cycle beneath the roadside palms past Preah Pros Lake and Kompong Svay district. We’ll stay overnight in Siem Reap.
Day 3: Full Day In Angkor Wat 30km cycling (Cambodia) (B,L)
We’ll spend the day at the temple complex at Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat itself is one of the best-preserved and most impressive temples in the region; the climb up the narrow steps of the central spire is well worth the view over the whole complex surrounded by jungle.
Day 4: Siem Reap – Battambang 56km cycling (Cambodia) (B,L)
On the fourth day, we’ll have another break from riding and visit the floating village before heading across the lake to Battembang. Battembang is Cambodia's second capital. It’s a sleepy city full of faded colonial charm. We’ll stay there overnight.
Day 5: Battambang – Pailin 89km cycling (Cambodia) (B,L)
We’ll saddle up in the morning and ride south to Pailin. The road, at times, is in poor condition but the scenery is most impressive as we head towards Thailand. We will cross streams and bridges and really get a feeling of riding into uncharted territory.
Day 6: Pailin Border - Baan Pakad - Koh Chang (Cross border to Thailand) (B,L)
Our guide and driver will meet you at Baan Pakad border to ensure a smooth cross-border transition. Afterward, you can ride through the Thai countryside before taking a break for lunch at local restaurant. Then, we’ll catch a ferry in Trad en route to Koh Chang. We’ll have a quick transfer to the hotel, enjoy dinner there, and stay the night.
Day 7: Free day Koh Chang (Thailand) (B)
On the seventh day, you’ll have a free day to relax at the beach in this quite secluded part of Thailand.
Day 8: Morning Free. Afternoon transfer to Bangkok(Thailand) (B,L)
On the last day of your tour, you’ll have some spare time in the morning. You’ll need to catch a boat trip back to the ferry pier, where your guide will meet you. Your friendly tour guide will then accompany you to your hotel in Bangkok or to Suvanabhumi Airport.
- Support vehicle to carry gear, luggage, first aid
- Local boat trips and ferries
- English speaking tour guide
- Pick up & drop off at your hotel
- Meals as mentioned (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
- All biking gear (bike, helmet, tool kit, water cage)
- Water, snacks and fresh fruits on cycling days
Departure dates: Daily
Group Size: Maximum of 10
Price: Rates vary frequently. Please contact us to get the best possible price based upon your travel period and specific touring needs.