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Cycling in Siem Reap

Cycling in Siem Reap - 07 days

Cycling in Siem Reap is a different holiday in Cambodia with fun.
This is a unique experience to visit Cambodia on bicycle in Siem Reap to discover Angkor Archeological Park and an authentic village in the skirts. After visited the ruins and temples at Angkor, you will spend three nights stay at the holy land on the top of Phnom Kulen mountain and staying near the ruin of BengMealea temple as well as one night in the local village.
It’s a wonderful and an unforgettable time that you could not imagine, how was it look like in last thousand years ago at the night in Angkor.

Highlight: 

Siem Reap – Angkor Thom – Bayon – Angkor Wat – Jungle Temple known as Ta Promh – Chao SreiVibol – Banteay Srei – Floating village boat excursion – Phare Cambodia Circus Performance – Hidden temple of BengMealea – Phnom Koulen Mountain.

Tour Itinerary:

Day 01: Siem Reap - Arrival (No Cycling)

Welcome for your holiday in Cambodia.
On arrival your local English speaking guide will meet and greeting you then transfer to your hotel.

Siem Reap Province is located in northwest Cambodia as it is home to the major tourist attraction, the Angkor Archaeological Park as well as home to Travel Loops; Siem Reap town is the provincial capital located near the huge Tonle Sap Lake. Siem Reap town has seen massive expansion in the last 10 to 15 years and now caters for several million visitors per year, with almost 2 million visiting the largest, well-preserved Angkor Wat temple.

Tonight, you are invited to a welcome dinner accompanied by a traditional Apsara danceperformance.

Overnight in Siem Reap
Dinner included

Day 02: Siem Reap –Cycling to Angkor (Cycling 28 Km)
Are you ready to be on the trail?
In the morning after having your breakfast will get on your bicycle and pedaling enter to Angkor by starting to visit from South Gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon, Royal Enclosure, Phimeanakas, Elephant Terrace and the Terrace of Leper King. Continue to Ta Prohm, which is high up many people favorite temple list.

After having lunch will spend the afternoon exploring the main Angkor Wat Temple is a largest religious site in the world. There are not really enough words to describe this jewel in the crown of Angkor. You have to witness it for yourself. The scale of the complex is certain to be above expectations, covering an area of 2 km2, but you can easily see the majority of the places of interest in a morning, especially if you decide to start early enough to see the sunrise. Originally dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, it faces west instead of the usual requirement to face east. Built between 1113 and 1150, it eventually changed to a Buddhist Wat (temple) in the 13th century after a religious revolution in Cambodia. You will have plenty of time to explore most of the complex; you will be amazed at the intricate carvings and bas-reliefs, the long terraces, the many different pavilions and galleries.

Tonight you are invited to a welcome dinner accompanied by a traditional Apsara dance performance.

Overnight in Siem Reap
Breakfast, Lunch &Dinner included


Day 03: Siem Reap –Camp Tbeng (Cycling 42 Km)
Early this morning will travel by private vehicle to Angkor, enjoy a sunrise tour of Angkor Wat, a truly unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience. Then return to your hotel forhaving breakfast.
Get back on bike continue the cycling through the stunning countryside and villages with some stops to walk through the community, followed by a visit to both Banteay Srei and Banteay Samre and Banteay Srei temples. The name Banteay Srei means the “Citadel of women” and it is built of pink sandstone with beautiful ornate stone carvings. It has become many people favorite temple. Along the way will visit Cambodia Landmine Museum that focus on educating visitors about the dangers of landmines, where they came from, who laid them, how they work, and their presence in Cambodia. One mine means one life impacted and those odds are still far too high in Cambodia with some estimated 5,000,000 still lying in wait.
Late afternoon will cycle to Tbeng village and spending over in the Camp Tbeng.

Overnight in Camp Tbeng
Breakfast, Lunch &Dinner included

Day 04: Camp Tbeng – Phnom Koulen Mountain (Cycling: 30 km uphill)
In the morning after having your breakfast at Camp Tbeng will get on the bicycle for heading uphill to PhnomKoulen Mountain. Phnom Kulen is believed to be the birthplace of the Khmer Empire where King Jayavarman II was crowned as ‘God-king’. Will enjoy seeing the Thousand Linga River, Sandstone Reclining Buddha and lovely waterfall. Thousand Linga River is in the western part of the Phnom Koulen mountain, it features carvings of sacredlingas in sandstone formations on the river bed and banks. Reclining Buddha statue is on the top of the mountain you can have a look at a massive reclining Buddha. The Buddha statue is made of sandstone and is one of the biggest of its kind in Cambodia.The waterfalls of Phnom Koulen are a must-see sight. After cycling up to the mountain and exploring around, the waterfalls in Phnom Koulen are a perfect spot to cool off.

Overnight in Campsite
Breakfast, Lunch &Dinner included


Day 05: Phnom Koulen Mountain – Beng Mealea (Cycling: 40 km)

After having the breakfast at your campsite will cycle see Srah Damrei (Pond of Elephant), is an area filled with massive sandstone-carved animals. This ancient Khmer sculpture is also accompanied by a couple of lions and remnants of some other animals then continue cycling through to the village of Preah Ang Thom by visiting local family before heading down hill to SrokSvayLeou,is a small town near the foot of Phnom Koulen. After a short rest near the local market then getting on your bicycle pedals to Beng Mealea temple. Beng Mealea, which means "Lotus Pond" is located 40 km east of the main group of temples at Angkor.It was built as a Hindu temple, but there are some carvings depicting Buddhist motifs. Its primary material is sandstone and it is largely unrestored, with trees and thick brush thriving amidst its towers and courtyards and many of its stones lying in great heaps. However, it is a very peaceful place, shaded with many trees.

Overnight in Campsite
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner included

Day 06: Beng Mealea – Siem Reap (Cycling: 60 km)
Enjoy the breakfast at the campsite, ready for getting on your bicycle heading down south of Siem Reap to see the great annual flood of Tonle Sap Lake, we take a boat ride to the village of Kompong Phhluk on stilts. Explore this great ecosystem by way of canoeing and hear the calls of the macaque monkeys while observing the forest beneath the lake’s surface. We then continue to discover the floating village of Chong Kneas where homes and structures shift with the seasons. Nothing is stationary housing everything from police stations to vegetable gardens and even billiard halls on boats or barges!
Getting off the boat and getting on the bike with the last leg cycle back to Siem Reap along the beautiful riverbank come along with friendly kids say “Hi” and “Hello” or “Good Bye”. 

Overnight in Siem Reap
Breakfast, Lunch &Dinner included

Day 07: Depart Siem Reap (No Cycling)
In the morning after having the breakfast at your hotel have free time till your departure transfer.

Recommend: Shopping at Old Market, walking along Siem Reap riverside, See the Royal Garden, visit Angkor National Museum, Enjoy with Khmer Traditional massage.
Breakfast included

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