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Angkor Temples Bike Tour from Siem Reap

Highlights
  • See more of Angkor Wat archaeological site in less time on a bike tour 
  • Pedal through the Cambodian countryside from Siem Reap
  • Travel between the temples of Angkor Wat with ease in a small group 
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Angkor Temples Bike Tour from Siem Reap
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Angkor Temples Bike Tour from Siem Reap
From US$45.00
Overview
Cover more ground in less time on a bike tour of Angkor Wat from Siem Reap. Perfect for active travelers, this excursion reveals more of the UNESCO-listed site and offers a glimpse into the Cambodian countryside. See Angkor Wat’s famous temples from a different perspective, and receive personalized attention from your guide in a small group limited to 14. Pack light, as lunch, snacks, and bottled water are included.
What to Expect

After greeting your guide at a central location in Siem Reap, you’ll receive a safety briefing before jumping onto your bike. On arrival at the UNESCO World Heritage Site, you’ll purchase an entrance pass and begin to explore the Temples of Angkor Archaeological Park.

Marvel at the 12th-century Angkor Wat complex before following the main road to Angkor Thom, replete with stone sculptures depicting demons and deities. Learn about the cultural significance of the Bayon Temple, the Terrace of the Leper King, and the Royal Enclosure from your guide.

After a break for lunch and refreshments, you’ll return to Siem Reap via Cambodian villages that offer a glimpse into rural life.

Reviews (191)
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Great way to spend a day in Siem Reap

This your is great. The bike ride was fun, though exhausting. We started in the city and rode out on trails to three major temples, which was completely picturesque. Our guide, Pheach Hun, was amazing and provided a lot of great insight into the area....More

Thank RosaLizbethC
Reviewed 1 week ago
My Amazing Bike Tour

So I went to Cambodia to see the amazing temples and the view. Me and my husband thought that a bike tour would be suitable to enjoy both. It was our first ever bike tour, we did not know what to expect from it. But...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank apurwaningdiah
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Best Experience in Cambodia

It's my first time joining a bike tour. At first, the locals told me it's going to be difficult with 35km route expected. It turned out to be amazingly fun trip! It was not difficult at all, because the tour guide was experienced and gave...More

1  Thank VivianO407
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Amazing Trip - Highly Recommend

An amazing way to see the temples and so much more. Our guide Vichea was amazing, gave us loads of information and was a great photographer. We cycled through the busy street of Siem Reap although crazy we were well looked after and they really...More

1  Thank Sjj968
Reviewed November 6, 2018 via mobile
Incredible day

We had the most amazing day courtesy of Grasshopper Adventures. We set off at 7.30am and cycled to incredible temples, through jungle and past local villages. It was magical seeing the three 900 year old Angkor temples - they really blow you away - and...More

1  Thank MTravelling12345
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Guek-phing L
December 3, 2018|
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Response from ashutoshk393 | Reviewed this property |
If ur doing the cycle tour, this covers about 40 kms distance, would your children be able to cycle so much? For the rates, please confirm with the tour company.
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julie01-TA
November 17, 2018|
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Response from ashutoshk393 | Reviewed this property |
The bike tour covers the short circuit. Total cycling would be about 40 kms during the day, from their office & back. The tour starts at 730 am & ends at about 430pm, depending on the cycling speed of participants.
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Jay_Naugah
November 8, 2018|
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Response from Kathy M | Reviewed this property |
Don't know. I would check with Grasshopper. On our tour, there were 2 children - maybe 7 and 9 years old - and they did great riding bikes.
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