Bicycle is the main means of transport to many in Cambodia so the redspokes cycling tour is an ideal opportunity to experience the country's rich culture and varied way of life.
Our Cambodia cycling holiday offers a broad insight into this exotic, mystical and hugely diverse country. The tour begins in capital city, Phnom Penh where you will have your first encounter with Khmer culture and a chance to visit some of the city's many splendid historic buildings and markets. During the tour we will also witness traces of the more recent turmoil of the killing fields.
In Sihanoukville you will have time to enjoy the coast and sandy beaches. We travel towards Kep, cycling through traditional fishing villages and take a break from our bicycles for a boat trip to Koh Tonsay (Rabbit Island), a lush tropical island with stunning white sand.
We cycle on to the undiscovered north east, beginning with a stunning bike ride along the banks of the Mekong River. Prepare to be over-awed by the religious splendour of the temples at Angkor and enjoy touches of the French colonial past. Cambodia has been described as a beguiling country of great contradictions. The redspokes cycle tour combines experiences of Cambodia's history, tourism, and a view of the true Khmer lifestyle. We end the cycle tour with a relaxing boat trip across the Tonle Sap (Great Lake) in the rural heart of the country. Your departure is from Siem Reap.
Our itinerary consists of approximately 720km of cycling. Unusually for redspokes, the terrain in general is not hilly, but the bike riding is varied. Many of Cambodia's roads are now well surfaced but in the more remote areas we will encounter rougher conditions and cycle on dirt tracks.
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- Phnom Penh: Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, Tuol Sleng.
- Ream National Park.
- Sihanoukville: beach resort on the Gulf of Thailand.
- Siem Reap: gateway to Angkor Archaeological Park.
- Angkor Watt: magnificent temple complex.
- Tonle Sap boat trip: Asia's largest freshwater lake.
This map is for illustration purposes only and may not show the exact route taken on this tour.