Majestic Cambodia - 19days
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US$ 2,935 per person (based on a group of 2 people)
US$ 2,177 per person (based on a group of 4 people)
US$ 2,136 per person (based on a group of 6 people)

Code: E-CCYZZ0005
Tour Style: Cycling
Duration: 19 days
Difficulty Comfort Exclusivity
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This truly is a majestic tour for those who love to see the world from a bicycle. On this tour we will take you right into the vibrant heart of the capital and smaller, picturesque towns, and through the stunning Cambodian countryside. You will see the mountains, the rivers, the lakes, and the ocean all from our bikes. While this is certainly an extensive 19-day tour, covering hundreds of kilometres, there is also plenty of time along the way to relax on free days, with picnics along the way. Starting in Phnom Penh, moving south to the coastline of Cambodia, then to the north to Siem Reap and the magnificent temples of Angkor, and on to Battambang there is no better way to get to know this magnificent Kingdom.


Brief Itinerary:

Day 01: Phnom Penh arrival
Day 02: Phnom Penh – Kep (Cycling 95 Km)
Day 03: Kep – Ream National Park (Cycling 85 Km)
Day 04: Ream National Park – Trek & Boat (Trekking 14 Km)
Day 05: Ream National Park – Andoung Tek – Chi Phat (Cycling 22 Km)
Day 06: Chi Phat – 4 Rivers Floating Lodge
Day 07: Boat trip to Tatai Waterfall
Day 08: 4 Rivers Floating Lodge – Phnom Penh
Day 09: Phnom Penh – Kratie
Day 10: Kratie – Koh Trong Island
Day 11: Kratie – Kampong Cham (Cycling 95 Km)
Day 12: Kampong Cham – Kampong Thom (Cycling 90 Km)
Day 13: Kampong Thom – Siem Reap (Cycling 96 Km)
Day 14: Siem Reap – Angkor Thom – Ta Prohm (Cycling 15 Km)
Day 15: Siem Reap – Banteay Chhmar
Day 16: Banteay Chhmar – Battambang (Cycling 25 Km)
Day 17: Battambang
Day 18: Battambang- Siem Reap (Cycling 15 Km)
Day 19: Siem Reap – Departure

Trip Grade:

This tour is mainly on flat terrain, however some parts are off-road, and a certain level of fitness and cycling ability is required.

  • Best Travel Time:

There are two seasons in Cambodia, wet and dry. From early May to the end of October is the rainy season. It often rains heavily but for short periods of time, mostly later in the day or during the night, after which the sun returns. The rain cools the air and freshens up the lush green of the rice plantations. It is cooler in the dry season, which runs from early November to early February, when it starts heating up again, building to the hottest month of April. So the best time for rain lovers is between May and October and from November to early March for those who like it dry and cool.


  • Expertise

The Travel Loops team is a local team and has been arranging tours for over 10 years throughout the Indochina region. They 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 Travel Loops.


  • Trip Tip:

As you might know, due to various circumstances there are many orphaned children and children in poverty in Cambodia. Consequently, there are many orphanages and drop-in centres for kids around the country. Unfortunately not all are bona fide organisations as many are not above board. To be sure you will support a registered, vetted organisation contact ConCERT Cambodia in Siem Reap. ‘Dropping in’ is no longer recommended – orphanages are not tourist attractions. An organisation that allows unannounced drop-ins’ may not be so ethical or enforcing their Child Protection Policies, if they even have one. ConCERT Cambodia can advise and arrange visits, or volunteer time at more than 30 NGOs (Non Government Organisations).


Day 1: Phnom Penh arrival
Welcome your Holiday to Cambodia!
Upon arrival at Phnom Penh International Airport, you will be welcomed by your local tour guide who will accompany you to your hotel for check in. Enjoy a relaxing lunch at local Restaurant, where you will have the chance to sample traditional Khmer cuisine for the first time. After lunch, you will be taken on a tour to the most remarkable sights of Phnom Penh in a Cyclo. Head to the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, and the National Museum. Return to your hotel, where you will have some time to relax. Enjoy a welcome dinner at Romdeng, a lovely charity restaurant where former street children are taught the principles of hospitality.

Overnight in your hotel in Phnom Penh
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 2: Phnom Penh – Kep (Cycling 95 Km)
Will begins your first day cycle in Cambodia after enjoy a delicious breakfast at your hotel. Depart Phnom Penh for Takeo Province by private transfer. From there, you will start your day of cycling with a ride to the charming coastal town of Kep. Ride through local villages and watch the daily life of the people close-up. Near the village of Tani, you will be treated to sweeping vistas of dramatic lime stone hills. Enjoy a local picnic lunch under the shade of a palm tree before moving on. Arrive in Kep, Cambodia's prestigious beach resort of the 1960s. Keep going uphill to Veranda Natural Resort. The Resort has an unmatched view of the ocean and surrounding islands. In the evening, enjoy a dinner of local and international fare with excellent sea views at your hotel and relax in the rustic charm of your surroundings.

Overnight in Kep.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 3: Kep – Ream National Park (Cycling 85 Km)
After a great breakfast at the hotel, we transfer by a private vehicle to the charming riverside town of Kampot, famous for its exquisite pepper. First cycle stop is Ream National Park. The park is on the Gulf of Thailand and includes thick pristine jungle, mangrove forests and offshore coral reefs. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant with stunning views of the gulf. After lunch, transfer to Koh Sampouch Beach. Upon arrival, you will be shown to your comfortable tent right on the beach. And you don't even have to cut back on amenities, as our large tents will have all your home comforts. Enjoy the remainder of the day free for swimming and relaxing. End your day with a beautiful sunset from your private veranda.
Dinner at the camp's beach restaurant.

Overnight in a tented camp on Koh Sampouch Beach/Ream National Park.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 4: Ream National Park – Trek & Boat (Trekking 14 Km)
Awake to the fresh sea air and a breakfast of fresh fruits and coffee. Transfer to the jungle and mangroves of Ream National Park. Make your way through the sandy trails that lead through the jungle to the mangrove swamps, our destination being the boat-keeper's house. Embark on a traditional sampan to explore the mangroves. Make your way towards a remote fishing village. Enjoy some sweet coconut juice and set off once again into the jungle heading back to your tented site. On arrival at the camp, take some free time to swim or relax on the beach before a Khmer beach BBQ. Play a game of volleyball with the locals. Time to relax.

Overnight in a tented camp on Koh Sampouch Beach/Ream National Park.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 5: Ream National Park – Andoung Tek – Chi Phat (Cycling 22 Km)
Following breakfast you will be transferred to the town of Andoung Tek. Here we take a boat up river through the meandering mangroves to the remote village of Chi Phat to see the natural rain forest, some of the last remaining in South-East Asia. After checking into your local home stay and being introduced to your host family, sit back and enjoy a local lunch in the Community Based Ecotourism (CBET) Office. After lunch we again set off on our bikes, we will explore areas where nomadic indigenous tribes once roamed the jungle and stumble upon one of their sacred burial sites wedged in the cliff face. Take in the sweeping vista of the jungle canopy below as you watch the sunset over one of Cambodia's last great wilderness sites. Retire to the rural comfort of your home stay to freshen up before a sumptuous dinner provided by the local community at the CBET office.

Overnight at home stay in Chi Phat.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 6: Chi Phat – 4 Rivers Floating Lodge (Koh Kong)
Wake to the sounds of the Khmer village and enjoy a satisfying breakfast. Next up it is your turn to give back to the community with a tree planting ceremony. After lunch at a local restaurant, catch the boat back down river to Andoung Tek. A short transfer will take you to the starting point of another leisurely boat ride along the mangrove lined river to 4 Rivers Floating Lodge where you will stay overnight in a luxurious tent floating on the tranquil river. A culinary delight is already waiting for you for dinner.

Overnight at 4 Rivers Floating Lodge.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 7: Boat trip to Tatai Waterfall
After a late breakfast, today is a day to truly enjoy all that the 4 Rivers Floating Lodge has to offer. This is a chance for you to sit back and take in the lush and exotic surroundings, or be active and explore the area by kayak. After a leisurely morning, you take a boat to the nearby Tatai Waterfall. Enjoy a picnic lunch served on the edge of the falls while swimming in its many clear pools. Spend the afternoon in the warm Cambodian sun while absorbing all the charm of this unique and seldom visited location. This evening, enjoy a sunset boat cruise before dinner and relax in the tranquil surroundings.

Overnight in 4 Rivers Floating Lodge.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 8: 4 Rivers Floating Lodge – Phnom Penh
Enjoy the morning at your leisure before being transferred back to Phnom Penh after having your lunch at Friends International Restaurant you will head to check into your hotel and spend your day free to explore. A delicious Khmer dinner will be served at the local restaurant on the Mekong Riverfront tonight. 

Overnight in Phnom Penh.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


*Option: Massage
Get pampered at the stylish and modern Bodhi Spa and enjoy a relaxing massage, the perfect treatment after an adventure trip to the South Coast.


Day 9: Phnom Penh – Kratie (Cycling 27Km)
Enjoy a delicious savoury breakfast and an early morning transfer to the riverside town of Kratie. After lunch at a local restaurant, continue along the banks of the Mekong. Near the village of Kampi is the best spot to try to catch a glimpse of the rare Irrawaddy Dolphins along the Mekong. Board a boat and as soon as have spotted the first dolphin, your boat driver will turn the engine off and you will follow the dolphins silently in order to not disturb them. After this memorable experience, continue to cycle along the banks of the Mekong until you reach Wat Sorsor Mouy Roy in the village of Sambour. The local youngsters are trained here in playing traditional musical instruments. The kids will be happy to show their talent and perform for you. Spend the rest of the day in the scenic village on the banks of the Mekong, where your guide will help you get to know some of the local population. Enjoy an atmospheric dinner at Wat Sorsor Mouy Roy, and spend the night in a comfortable camp in the pagoda's community hall. Mattresses with mosquito nets will be spread out in the open wooden building, and the tranquillity and serenity of the place will result in a special experience on your trip.

Overnight in Campsit at Wat Sorsor Mouy Roy.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 10: Kratie – Koh Trong Island (Cycling 15Km)
Wake up early to the sounds of the monks' morning prayer. You are welcome to witness this traditional start to the day. After breakfast at the Wat, transfer back to Kratie. Next we visit Koh Trong, a short boat ride away from Kratie. This Mekong Island displays typical Cambodian village life, where people's livelihood largely depends on rice farming and fruit cultivation. Upon arrival, you can decide whether you would like to take a local horse cart or pedal yourself around the island on a bicycle. Your first destination is the island's Wat, where a special activity awaits you: A tree-planting project to re-cultivate the once densely forested island. Relax and enjoy a beautiful Khmer lunch under pomelo trees at a typical wooden house right by the river. After lunch continue by horse cart or cycle around the island, where you will be able to taste local fruit and visit a floating village. Return to Kratie by boat in the lade afternoon, where you will have some time to relax. Visit the historic Wat Rokakandal on the banks of the Mekong to see the unique wall paintings, while the sun is setting over the river. See a traditional shadow puppet show.

You are flexible for cyling today on the island or at Kratie.

Overnight in Kratie.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 11: Kratie – Kampong Cham (Cycling 95 Km)
Get up early and for breakfast enjoy an array of free fruit and coffee. Start your day with a ferry trip across the Mekong River to Chhlong before escaping down the dusty meandering back roads. Head down trails in fields and experience the fragrant smell of lotus blossoms. From Chhlong we continue to the village of Stung Trong, with lush rural scenery. Enjoy the diversity of the small Muslim communities. The second ferry crossing of the day will take you to the quiet village of Phnom Han Chay. This small hilltop pagoda houses an 8th century pre-Angkorian temple that sits on top of one of the best vantage points in the area. Enjoy a delicious picnic lunch of fresh fruit and local produce. On the final leg of the day enjoy a trip through rubber plantations and roadside villages as you ride into the setting sun. Enjoy a dip in the pool at your hotel before sampling the local culinary delights.

Overnight in Kampong Cham
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 12: Kampong Cham – Kampong Thom (Cycling 90 Km)
After breakfast, we leave the Mekong behind as we make our way to Kampong Thom is a city centre of Cambodia. Stop to enjoy a refreshing picnic lunch in a beautifully adorned pagoda, hidden amongst the shade of sugar palm trees. Onwards to Kampong Thom. This quiet town is situated between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh and hosts the magnificent temple site Sambor Prei Kuk, built in the 6th and 7th century. Take some time to relax before enjoying dinner at a local restaurant.

Overnight in Kampong Thom
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 13: Kampong Thom – Siem Reap (Cycling 96 Km)
After breakfast, we continue on to the rarely visited Sambor Prei Kuk Group, one of the most important pre-Angkorian sites in the country. Sambor Prey Kuk was built in the Chenla period between the 6th and 7th centuries. The three main sites are linked by small, shaded tracks. Enjoy a beautiful walk through the jungle with breath-taking views. Your visit supports a community-based tourism project. The seven villages around the temple complex still practice the ancient art of craft making, using materials such as bamboo and rattan. You will have the chance to visit and contribute to the sustainability of the people's livelihood, as the local community will prepare a simple but very tasty lunch for you near the temples. After lunch, you head towards Siem Reap and are dropped off at Roluos Pagoda. Roluos is the site of an ancient centre of Khmer civilization known as Hariharalaya. It was the first town built by the Angkorian kings in the 8th and 9th century and consists of three main temples: Bakong, Lolei and Preah KO. Late afternoon, arrive in Siem Reap and check into your hotel. A typical Khmer dinner will be served at a lovely lcoal restaurant.

Overnight in Siem Reap.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 14: Siem Reap – Angkor Thom – Ta Prohm (Cycling 25 Km)
After a relaxing morning at your leisure and lunch at Café Indochine, saddle up again and visit the ancient city of Angkor Thom, the last capital of the Great Khmer Empire. An 8 m high wall, making a perfect square, surrounds the city. Enter the city through the ancient South Gate, an impressive stone gate carved with Elephants and four giant faces. From here we continue to Bayon Temple in the center of the city. This 12th century masterpiece is a study in grandeur and is well known for its 54 towers with enigmatic faces representing the 54 provinces of the Great Khmer Empire. The Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King are also must-see locations, as they are both known for their intricate bas-reliefs. In the late afternoon, explore the overgrown ruins of Ta Prohm, the ''Tomb Raider Temple'' made famous by the Hollywood movie of the same name. After a refreshing break at your hotel, enjoy dinner at The Nest Angkor this evening, serving contemporary Khmer dishes in a comfortable modern setting.

Overnight in Siem Reap.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 15: Siem Reap – Banteay Chhmar
After your hearty breakfast, you set out for the distant ruins Banteay Chhmar, where you will spend the night in your very own private tented camp (or local homestay) and experience local culinary delights. Banteay Chhmar is a remote temple complex located in close proximity to the border with Thailand. The massive temple with eight satellite structures and a dried up water reservoir is one of the most important and most mysterious of all Angkor temples and its unique features has meant it is listed to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the near future. Spend the rest of the day exploring the scenic countryside of Banteay Chhmar and the outlying temples before retiring to your tented camp near the local village, where you will also enjoy a traditional Khmer dinner.

Overnight in campsite or local homestay at Banteay Chhmar.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 16: Banteay Chhmar – Battambang (Cycling 25 Km)
Awake to the rural charms of Cambodia and enjoy breakfast before setting out on a day of exploration, cycling through these seldom visited sites down winding back roads and through dense undergrowth to rediscover the lost ruins. Enjoy lunch at a local house set in the remote countryside before your transfer to Battambang via Svaysisophon. Battambang is Cambodia's second largest city and, not so long ago, was within target range of a stronghold of the erstwhile Khmer Rouge and was therefore off-limits to most travellers. You will find local people here to be extremely friendly. They have not been exposed to many foreign visitors and they will be as interested in you as you are in them! Arrive in Battambang in the late evening and check into your charming boutique hotel in a French colonial villa. Enjoy dinner tonight in the atmospheric restaurant of your hotel.

Overnight in Battambang.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


Day 17: Battambang (Cycling 30Km)
After breakfast, we will go to the Bamboo Train station. The Bamboo Train was been set up by the villagers in order to facilitate the transportation of goods as well as people as there are no regular trains running any more. The ''train'' itself is very basic: one bamboo platform on 4-wheels is activated by a small petrol engine. Sitting on the platform (we will provide some cushions for your comfort) you will travel to the next station through beautiful landscape and rice paddies (depending on season of visit). A true rollercoaster ride without loops! Return to your hotel for lunch and enjoy a relaxing break. This afternoon, you will be taken to some of the many cultural villages around Battambang, where you will learn how the locals produce rice paper, prahoc (typical Cambodian fish paste), grolan (sticky rice stuffed in bamboo), and other Cambodian treats. You will also visit a weaving and handicraft centre in another village. Tonight a special visit awaits you at Phare Ponleu Selpak. School of Music, Visual & Performing Arts – Phare Ponleu Selpak combines the Arts to provide education, support and entertainment to the poor communities. This project is a success story of how humanitarian aid work can turn into a display of zest for life, genuine warmth and creativity, against all odds. A visit to one of their circus shows will leave you with a lasting memory of the wonderful Cambodian people and should not be missed when in Battambang! After the show, a dinner will be waiting for you at the centre.

Overnight in Battambang
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


*Note: The circus performance is not on every day. At the time of writing, performances are on a Monday and Thursday evening only. Private performances are available on request.


Day 18: Battambang- Siem Reap (Cycling 15 Km)
Today, you will embark on one of the most stunning boat trips in Cambodia, as you will be taken from Battambang to Siem Reap by boat. The largest freshwater lake in Asia, Tonlé Sap Lake, is an exceptional water system as it grows by almost five times its size during the wet season. The Lake is also an important breeding ground for fish, providing more than half of the fish eaten in Cambodia. You will see many villages on the way where people live in stilted or entirely floating houses. Arriving in Siem Reap mid-afternoon, the gateway to the majestic temples of Angkor. After checking into your hotel, we set out for a delicious lunch at Sala Bai, an NGO school training young Cambodians from poor family backgrounds in hospitality in order to give them a future. You will have plenty of opportunities to talk to the students, as you will go on a tour of the school after the meal. This afternoon, your bicycle will take you to one of the definite highlights of your trip to Cambodia: The legendary Angkor Wat. Built during the reign of King Suryavarman II in the early 12th century. Inside the temple, the walls are covered with stone carvings and bas-reliefs depicting Hindu mythology and the wars Suryavarman II fought during his reign. Today, Angkor Wat is featured on Cambodia's national flag as the temple symbolizes the soul of the Khmer people. Enjoy some leisure time in the evening until your Khmer farewell dinner at Viroth's Restaurant.

Overnight in Siem Reap
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.


*Note: This boat trip is only possible in the raining season as water levels would be too low during the dry season and transfer times extremely long. Alternative transport by road.


Day 19: Siem Reap – Departure
The 19days for Cambodia Holiday has passed quickly then this morning is your last breakfast to enjoy here at your hotel. Then enjoy the last lovely day at your leisure until your transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

Breakfast is included.

*Please note that checkout time is 12:00 noon

End of Service with a memorable Cambodia Holiday. 

This tour is private and can be tailor-made to suit your travel needs. As a result the price is quoted in US dollars and shown on a per-person basis. The 'Price From' quoted above is for parties of 2, 4 and 6 people and for accommodation in 3 star hotels.  The final price will be privately quoted, based on the number in your party, your preferred time of travel, grade of hotel and any additional services requested. Please click on the BOOK NOW button and fill in the booking form, after which one of our travel consultants will customize the best value holiday for you.


·         REMARKS:

We are aware that a good tour must have good hotels. In Indochina particularly, hotel price makes up most of the cost of your holiday: Thailand cycling, bikingVietnam, Cambodia cycling, cycling in Laos or Myanmar cycling. All of our prices are calculated on a twin-shared basis. As a guide, Travel Loops defines hotel grades as follows:


>> Superior Level (3 star hotels in good locations): > 60 USD/room/night
>> Deluxe Level (4 star hotels): > 110 USD/room/night
>> Luxury Level (5 star hotels): > 180 USD/room/night


Price based on twin shared accommodation.
Tour price is indicative only, please enquire for a detailed quotation.
More people means more discount. Please enquire for more details


  Tour prices based on superior level (3 Star Hotel)

Group Size Price Per Person In USD based on twin / Double roon share
6 People  US$ 2,935 per person
4 People  US$ 2,177 per person
2 People  US$ 2,136 per person


  • Experienced English speaking guide throughout
  • Private transportation by air-conditioned vehicle
  • Accommodation in double/twin sharing rooms with daily breakfast
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Boat excursion at the floating village
  • Bottled drinking water for sightseeing
  • All sightseeing entrance fee where required in the itinerary.
  • Moutain bike and helmet (First Add)



  • International/domestic airfares & tax
  • Visa fees (US$30). You are able to apply by online for tourist cambodia via just click here
  • 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.


REMARKS: If you travel between 23 December 2015 to 03 January 2016 and 06 February to 10 February 2016; above tour price has not including the additional surcharge of peak season, compulsory dinner on 24 and 31 December may need to appy.

The hotels listed below are just our suggestions offering the best value for this trip according to the hotel category chosen., but Travel Loops also offers more options to cater for different grades, personal taste, and budget. Please let us know if you have any specific choice of hotels, or personal preferences/requirements.

Note: Our first choice for the accommodation has been highlighted as bellow. As mentioned above our selection criteria are based on: prior client reviews, hotel management and staff training, facilities maintenance, location, business relationship and advantages given exclusively to our clients on price and service.



Town View Hotel II, the 3star hotel constructed in heart of Phnom Penh city easily access to the local supermarkets, supermarket, local & western restaurant and many attractive tourists site in town.

View Hotel Site

The Beach House is facing to the lovely beach view in Kep, South of Cambodia with a fantastic pool that will make your stay comfy. Many restaurants just cross the street that you could get many fresh seafood dishes.

View Hotel Site

4 Rivers Floating Lodge is a ecological miracle deserves an environmentally friendly resort that captures the imagination while offering the luxury and high-end facilities of a four-star boutique resort at the conjunction of Ta Tai Rivers, Koh Kong Cambodia.View Hotel Site


Mekong Dolphin Hotel is located in the heart center and facing to Mekong Riverfront in Kratie on the North-Eastern of Cambodia. Closed to the local market and bus station, approximately ten minutes to the rare Mekong Irrawaddy Dolphins Sanctuary… < View Hotel Site


Mornorom VIP Hotel, experience the hotel in Kampong Cham has to offer your unforgettable holiday. The Mornorom VIP Hotel isfacing to Mekong River with its lovely scenery and very nice to walk along the river bank as well as a walking distance to the local mark View Hotel Site


Sambor Village is a unique accommodation in the city center of Cambodia, Kampong Thom. Was built in Khmer style near Steung Sen River in an old village that offering the convinience to acceess dirrect to local culture that you learn more about Cambodia. < View Hotel Site


Claremont Angkor Boutique Hotel located in the heart of central Siem Reap, Claremont Angkor Boutique Hotel is near the airport and close to Pub Street, Psar Chas Market, and Angkor National Museum. Nearby points of interest also include Night Market and Cambod View Hotel Site


Classy Hotel and Spa is the epitome of Character that constructed with a combination of Family and Love right in the heart of the historical city of Battambang, Kingdom of Cambodia. The Hotel has been designed with an exceptional wooden interior along with a C View Hotel Site

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