Cycling Siem Reap Countryside
From: $49 Ref: E-VCJOZCYZZ0005
Tour Style: Group Size: From 2
Duration: 7- 8 hours Departure Daily
Recommended By
Travel Loops

Have fun and meet the smiling locals by bicycle; Travel Loops has designed this itinerary to offer you a unique Siem Reap countryside experience. This is easily the best way to get close to the real local culture and to understand the hospitality of genuine, friendly Cambodian people.

During this one-day cycle you will pass through the stunning countryside, passing through farming villages, local markets, food stalls selling barbecued chicken and fish, rice paddy fields, and even a chance to spot some of the local wildlife. We are delighted to introduce you to everything about Cambodian countryside life close-up.

  • Cycling Distance: 45 - 47 Kilometers


  • Expertise: The Travel Loops team is a local team and has been arranging tours for over 10 years throughout the Indochina region. We know the countries, the people and the cultures of the area, and some members of the team are experts in cycling in Indochina. You will be in expert hands with TravelLoops.


  • Best time to Travel: All year around

  Your Best experience is duty of Travelloops!

We will pick you up from your hotel at 07:30 am and head out for a special breakfast at a local restaurant. We recommend you try the KuyTeavSach Ko (Beef Soup with noodle) and finish off with tea or coffee. Here you could have a chat with the locals who are also having breakfast, as you will find they are really friendly. Before you start your cycling adventure we prepare and test your bike and make any adjustments needed before we get pedaling!

Your professional tour guide will point out all the places of interest along the way from the first visit to Phar Kroum market where will see the farmers and fishmongers’ bartering their crops and products. Then it’s back on your bike to continue pedaling through the village. You will hear the laughter of kids and their parents from their homes, shouting “Hello” or “Bye Bye” to you. Next we visit Wat Chork, a Buddhist monastery located in the centre of the village surrounded by shining shrines and out-buildings, we encourage you to make conversation with the monks as they do love to practice their English; then it’s time to get back on your bike.

Our next destination is West Baray, a rectangular man-made lake measuring 7.8 by 2.1 Km. West Baray is the largest reservoir in the Angkor area. Tall earthen dikes contain the water. In the centre of the Baray is West Mebon, a Hindu temple built on an artificial island. Its cool, still waters are a popular place for swimming and boat rides for local residents and tourists. It has occasionally served as a landing site for seaplanes.

We stop for lunch and relax here in a hammock or have a swim. In the afternoon we cycle through the village flanked by beautiful scenery and enjoy a blessing ceremony by the monks before heading back to town.

We offer group discounts for groups of 5 or more – just contact us and we’ll give you a fantastic quote. We also do private tours, again by prior arrangement. We’re happy to do private tours for large groups too.

Tour Price Per Person in US$


  • Experienced English speaking guide
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Bottled drinking water for sightseeing
  • All sightseeing entrance fee where required in the itinerary.
  • Monk blessing ceremony
  • Khmer Lunch.
  • Mountain bike with helmet


  • International/domestic airfares & tax
  • Accommodation
  • Visa fees (US$30).
  • Travel Insurance. (We highly recommend purchasing travel insurance from home)
  • Personal expenditure (telephone, laundry, shopping and so on…)
  • Tips for guide, driver, porters and project cost
  • Beverage and alcoholic drinks
  • Any other services not clearly mentioned on itinerary and trip inclusive portion.

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