Cambodia
Cycling in Cambodia
The Ubiquitous Asian Motorcycle
Angkor Temples
Traditional Ways

Cycle Cambodia

Karma Cambodia

Trip Details Cycling Dates
Price: 2150 USD (Bike Not included)
Duration: 12 days
Start Point: Siem Reap
End Point: Phnom Penh
Kampong Cham to Sihanoukville
Cycling Days: 8
Distance: 565 km
Grade: Moderate Moderate Moderate
Quick Itinerary Highlights
Day Activity Location

Angkor Wat – world renowned Buddhist architecture – quiet roads – Khmer people – jungles – coastal riding – beaches – Colonial town of Kampot – lakeside villages – a visit to the Killing Fields – drinks by the Mekong river – fishing villages – picnic lunches

This trip is an all encompassing journey through a land only recently freed from the ravages of a decades long civil war. From the majestic buildings of a long gone empire to the endless 'hellos' that will cry out to you as you pedal your way across the verdant green countryside Cambodia is a place that will never leave your memory. On this trip we cycle 485 mostly flat kilometres through rice paddies and villages, along side mountains and beaches, riding on highways and quiet dirt roads. We visit small regional towns, Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh and explore the ruins of the ancient Angkor kingdom.

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Arrival Day
Cycle Angkor Temples cycling distance 40km
Cycle Angkor Temples cycling distance 70km
Cycle to Kompong Cham cycling distance 45k
Cycle to Phnom Penh cycling distance 60km
Visit sites in the capital
Cycle Killing Fields, Takeo cycling distance 83k
Cycle to Kep cycling distance 100km
Cycle to Kampot cycling distance 25km
Cycle Sihanoukville cycling distance 104km
Free day/beach
Transfer to Phnom Penh

Siem Reap
Siem Reap
Siem Reap
Kompon Cham
Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh
Takeo
Kep
Kampot
Sihanoukville
Sihanoukville
Testimonials

"My first experience of Asia couldn't have been better. I definitely feel cycling was the best way to experience a country."

– Anon, July 2007

"Nice to get off the beaten track and see some parts of the country that many don't see."

– Anon, Sept 2007

"I'm all for as much door to door cycling as possible, so this was pretty good! Highlights were cycling the back roads - especially the road through the rice paddies coming in to Takeo. Oh... the Angkor temples were pretty good too!"

– Jane, Sept 2007