Bike Tours in Cambodia


Cambodia has an ideal terrain for cycling, being very flat with some highland areas including the Cardomom Mountains in the southwest. However as one of the poorest countries in Asia the infrastructure is poor, albeit improving. Until relatively recently many roads were unpaved (although that can be good for cycling too!) but thanks to external assistance this is rapidly changing. Fortunately traffic is still relatively light compared to most Asian countries - away from the cities anyway.
 
The height of Cambodian power and influence was under the Khmer Empire from the 9th to 15th centuries, after which it came under the influence of one or other of the neighbouring powers of Vietnam and Siam (now Thailand). In 1867 Cambodia became part of French Indochina, which continued for almost a century. A gruesome reminder of Cambodia's more recent history can be found at the Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh and also the nearby infamous Killing Fields.

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Cycle Cambodia & Vietnam: Phnom Penh to Saigon

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12 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
480 Km
avg 80 Km
Guided

Get on a bicycle, off the beaten track and explore the contrast in countries between Cambodia and Vietnam.
 
Social Cycles will take you on a journey to interact and connect with local grassroot Non Government Organizations (NGO ...

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Cycle Cambodia & Vietnam: Siem Reap to Saigon

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16 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
695 Km
avg 70 Km
Guided

Get on a bicycle, off the beaten track and explore the contrast in countries between Cambodia and Vietnam.
With adventures beginning from your choice of Siem Reap (16 days) or Phnom Penh (12 days), and finishing in Saigon, Vietnam, you can ...

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Cycle Cambodia: Siem Reap to Kampot

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11 Day(s)
Easy
375 Km
avg 54 Km
Guided

Cambodia is an amazing country to cycle across. From the chaos of the Phnom Penh to the calm of the countryside, Cambodia is easy to fall in love with. The days are long, the country is hot and the people are super friendly. From the constant and ...

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Cycle Cambodia: Siem Reap to Phnom Penh

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7 Day(s)
Easy
225 Km
avg 56 Km
Guided

Cambodia is an amazing country to cycle across. From the chaos of the Phnom Penh to the calm of the countryside, Cambodia is easy to fall in love with. The days are long, the country is hot and the people are super friendly. From the constant and ...

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Khmer Empire

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11 Day(s)
Moderate
850 Km
avg 142 Km
Hosted

Having enjoyed a few ice-cold Angkor beers at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Phnonm Penh, riders will cycle along the northern edge of the Tonle Sap, Cambodia's most important waterway. Three days later they will arrive for a double rest day ...

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Golden Triangle

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19 Day(s)
Moderate
1725 Km
avg 123 Km
Hosted

2010 marked one thousand years since the establishment of the city of Hanoi and the history is apparent around every corner; From the French colonial to the traditional. Take particular note of the tall, thin buildings. Historically homeowners were t ...

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Bamboo Road

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74 Day(s)
Moderate
6120 Km
avg 113 Km
Hosted

Many of us have criss-crossed this beautiful area on a ‘shoestring’ over the years. Now return with us and spin through stunning mountains, along sparkling coastlines, into misty valleys, beside historic waterways, into small villages and ...

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Cambodia Cycling Tour

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8 Day(s)
Moderate
210 Km
avg 42 Km
Guided

Join us on this amazing Cambodia Cycle Tour. Exclusively put together by Tour de Vines. Departing Phnom Penh and cycling to Siem Reap, this 8 day immersive tour gets you up close & personal with this incredible country. 

The u ...

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Cambodia Gravel Roads

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13 Day(s)
Moderate
693 Km
avg 77 Km
Guided

With a predominantly agricultural population, and an economy still faltering following a tragic recent history, Cambodia’s road infrastructure remains predominantly unsealed and rural. Whilst this may not be an ideal situation for many people, ...

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Cycling Tour Vietnam to Cambodia - Saigon to Siem Reap Cycle Tour – Phnom Penh to Siem Reap

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14 Day(s)
Moderate
426 Km
avg 53 Km
Guided

Traveling by bike is the ultimate way to discover the real south east Asia, and both Vietnam and Cambodia lend themselves ideally to cycling.

Meet the locals, stop and taste fresh cuisine from street side stalls in remote villages, ...

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Cycle the Mekong

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8 Day(s)
Moderate
310 Km
avg 52 Km
Guided

Join our small group Vietnam cycling tour from Saigon to Phnom Penh and enjoy the best of this incredibly diverse region of Asia.  This 7 night/8 day cycling adventure is suitable for recreational cyclists with cycling distances of around 50kms ...

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Essential Angkor Temple And Countryside

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2 Day(s)
45 Km
avg 23 Km
Guided

We will forwarding to the ticket booth to buy the ticket for visiting the temple if our values have done that cause, the tour will start to the main temple(Angkor Wat largest religious monument in the world). On the short circuit tour, you will ha ...

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Siem Reap Countryside Discovery

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4 Hour(s)
20 Km
Guided

During your ride, you will be regularly greeted by the friendly villagers as you pass by. This is a different atmosphere, undisturbed by the crowds. Bike around the countryside and see a different side of the Cambodian culture. This is a great opp ...

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West Baray Cycling Tour (Great Reservoir)

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1 Day(s)
45 Km
Guided

West Baray or Baray Teuk Thla “clear water Baray” is one of two enormous reservoirs found in the Angkor Archeological Park. West Baray, as the name suggests, is found west of the walled city of Angkor Thom. An identical reservoir was b ...

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West side of Siem Reap Cycling Tour

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1 Day(s)
33 Km
Guided

Our guide will lead you to see a beautiful rice field and wonderful landscape of the lowland area. You will have fun by ridding on a bumpy road with many photo opportunities. After about 1h riding you will have the chance to see villagers weaving ...

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