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Angkor Cycling Tour
Topping the 'must-see' lists of many travellers, the temples of Angkor attract close to a million visitors each year.  Despite the large number of visitors it is still possible to find yourself alone when you step into the ruins of an incredible temple, its roots and history intertwined with the building - and you can do all this by cycle!
Along with your guide, ride the countryside back roads from one temple to the next, passing little seen villages and stopping along the way to meet the friendly inhabitants and try local snacks.

Departs: Daily



Day 1

Siem Reap - Roluos Temples (15 km)
Arrival transfer to your hotel.  Meet your guide and set out on an orientation cycle tour of Siem Reap and onto the Roluos group of temples.  Tonight there is a welcome dinner with an Apsara dance show. (D)
Day 2

Angkor Wat - Banteay Kdei - Ta Prohm (35 km)
Cycle to the magnificent Angkor Wat.  In the afternoon visit Srah Srang, Banteay Kdei and the famous Ta Prohm, widely photographed because of the giant fig trees growing out of the ruins. (BO
Day 3

Angkor Thom - Banteay Srei (20 km)
Morning ride to Angkor Thom to view the Bayon and its 54 gigantic towers.  In the afternoon drive to Banteay Srei to view the exquisite and intricate sculptures. (B)

Day 4

Beng Mealea - Kompong Kleang (35 km)
A pleasant ride today to Beng Mealea Temple.  Continue
to the fishing village of Kompomg Khleang where you will have lunch in a villagers house. (B,L)

Day 5

Siam Reap
Transfer to the airport (B)


* Private A/C transfers and transportation
* Accommodation in tourist, first or deluxe class hotels
* Daily breakfast, one lunch, one dinner
* Bike hire
* Services of an English speaking cycling guide

Beach Escape
Escape the effervescence of Phnom Penh and explore the south coast of Cambodia with its tranquil riverside towns, pepper plantations and idyllic islands. 
Departs Phnom Penh Daily
Day 1

Phnom Penh - Kampot
Drive to the small riverside city of Kampot.  On arrival take a leisurely bike rode of the surrounding countryside with its colourful fruit plantations.  Visit a local pepper plantation.  Overnight in your riverside hotel.
Day 2

Kampot - Rabbit Island - Kampot
Drive to Kep, a stylish retreat founded by the French in 1908 and board a speedboat to Rabbit Island.  Afternoon free to relax on the white sand beaches. (B,L)
Day 3

Kampot - Sihanoukville
Morning at leisure to further explore Kampot and its faded remnants of the colonial era.  Later drive to Sihanoukville. Check into your hotel followed by free time to explore the town or simply lie on its sandy beach shaded by pine trees and coconut palms.
Day 4

Koh Rong Samloen Island
Boat transfer to the unspoilt Koh Rong archipelago in the Bay of Cambodia.  With its untouched white sand beach Koh Rong Samloen is a paradise away from the crowds where you can relax and snorkel before returning to Sihanoukville this evening. (B,L)
Day 5

Sihanoukville - Phnom Penh
Drive back to Phnom Penh. (B)

* Private A/C transfers and transportation
* Accommodation in tourist or first class hotels
* Daily breakfast, two lunches
* Sightseeing and activities as per itinerary
* Services of an English speaking guide

Battambang Discovery
Cruise Lake Tonle Sap and the Sangkae River to Battambang.  Although its Cambodia's second city, Battambang still retains the character of a market town and is worth spending a couple of days to explore. 
Departs Siam Reap - Daily
Day 1

Siem Reap - Battambang
Board a traditional boat and set out for an exciting cruise on the Tonle Sap Lake and along the Sangkae River.  Stop along the way to visit floating villages and pagodas. On arrival transfer to your hotel.  In the evening attend a circus performance by Phare Circus, an art school ran by an NGO supporting community development. (B)
Day 2

Easy bike ride to discover Battambang and its beautiful countryside.  Cycle off the beaten tracks, through rice paddies, passing typical houses and traditional workshops to experience the local way of life in Cambodia's hinterland.  Take part in a variety of daily activities such as the preparation of sticky rice or traditional fish paste.  Finally visit the provincial museum and climb up to the ancient Prasat Banon Temple for an excellent view of the rolling countryside and its plains and pagodas. (B)
Day 3

Battambang - Siem Reap
Transfer back to Siem Reap. (B)

* Transportation by private local motorboat and A/C car
* Accommodation in tourist class hotels
* Meals, sightseeing and activities as per itinerary
* Services of an English speaking guide

Between FEB-JUL the transfer to Battambang will be by road due to the low water levels on Lake Tonle Sap and the Sangkae River

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