Bicycle Angkor Wat to Saigon
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Bicycle Angkor Wat to Saigon
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Tour Highlights
Our remarkable bicycle expedition offers a great opportunity to experience real Cambodia and Vietnam. Begin in Siem Reap, the famous Angkor exploring temples of the once mighty Khmer empire. Then, cycle past the beautiful countryside and hidden templs to Kampong Thom, Ou Dong Moutain, Phnom Penh and the beach city Kep. Cross the border and cycle on quiet back road through the mighty Mekong Delta. Our trip concludes in dynamic city Saigon.
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Quick facts
Trip Code: 1604770001
Trip Type: Adventure
Duration: 10 days
Departure: Ho Chi Minh
Arrival: Siem Reap
Day 1: Siem Reap
Day 2: Siem Reap- Cycling to Angkor Temples (B,L) (cycle 28 km)
Day 3: Siem Reap- Bang Melea- Kampong Thom (B,L) (Cycled 85km)
Day 4: Kampong Thom- U Dong- Phnom Penh (Cycled 45km)
Day 5: Phnom Penh- Kep (B,L) (Cycled 40km)
Day 6: Kep – Ha Tien (Vietnam) (B,L) (Cycled 20km)
Day 7: Ha Tien- Rach Gia- Can Tho (B,L)       (Cycled 90-100km)
Day 8: Can Tho- Vinh Long- Cai Be (B,L,D)(Cycled 45-50km)
Day 9: Cai Be- Saigon            (B,L)    (Cycled 35-40km)
Day 10: Departure.(B)

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Holiday Itinerary
Day 1: Siem Reap
Arrive in Siem Reap, meet with our guide and transfer to hotel. The rest day is at your leisure. Overnight in Siem Reap
Day 2: Siem Reap- Cycling to Angkor Temples (B,L) (cycle 28 km)
Our morning cycle to the jungle temple of Ta Prohm, and then to the Angkor Thom complex where we see the ornate entrances decorated by gods and demons. In the afternoon, we cycle to the incredible Angkor Wat, and explore this fascinating structure.
Day 3: Siem Reap- Bang Melea- Kampong Thom (B,L) (Cycled 85km)
Today, we cycle on the dirt road 59km to visit Beng Mealea temple. Beng Mealea is an untouched temple hidden in the jungle. Lunch and continue cycle 28km on good sealed road through the villages. Transfer to Kampong Thom.
Day 4: Kampong Thom- U Dong- Phnom Penh (Cycled 45km)
Depart by car to Udong Mountain, the historical capital of Cambodia, enjoy hike up 509 steps up to see the panoramic scnery from the top Oudong Mountain. Picnic lunch, then we'll cycle sienna dirt roads that lead through rice fields, past blooming lily ponds, and into stilted villages. Our cycle will finish in Phnom Penh
Day 5: Phnom Penh- Kep (B,L) (Cycled 40km)
Transfer to visit Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and then cycle to the nearby Killing Fields. Continuing by bike on the village tracks through rice fields, past pagodas, streams and canal to Tonle Bati. Transfer to Kep, once was Cambodia's premier beach town.
Day 6: Kep – Ha Tien (Vietnam) (B,L) (Cycled 20km)
Bid a farewell to our Cambodian team and transfer to the border. Meet with our Vietnamese team and cycle to Ha Tien. Overnight in Ha Tien
Day 7: Ha Tien- Rach Gia- Can Tho (B,L)       (Cycled 90-100km)
Following the coast south from Ha Tien again on quiet roads and where possible byways along canal banks you reach Rach Gia a laid back fishing village, which faces the Gulf of Thailand. Transfer a couple of hours to the thriving metropolis of Can Tho.
Day 8: Can Tho- Vinh Long- Cai Be (B,L,D)(Cycled 45-50km)
Morning boat trip to explore Cai Rang floating market. Our shuttle will bring us our of town and cross Can Tho ferry, we get off at Binh Minh, where we start to cycle on beautiful dirt road passing through local villages, orchards and canals of peaceful countryside of Vietnam. We stay in Cai Be tonight.
Day 9: Cai Be- Saigon            (B,L)    (Cycled 35-40km)
Morning boat trip to visit Cai Be floating market, we then continue cruise to visit local candy and handicraft workshops. We then cycle on quiet road to My Tho. Lunch en route. At My Tho, hop on bus and transfer our weary legs to Saigon.
Day 10: Departure.(B)
At your leisure until transfer to airport or your onward flight. 
Dates & Prices
All Pioneer Asia Holidays’s tours are small group departures and therefore places can fill quickly. To avoid disappointment, we suggest you book your trip as soon as possible.
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(*) All prices quoted on this website and in The Indochina Trekking Company are in American Dollar per person, land only and based on twin/double occupancy.

What is the single supplement?

The single supplement option is available if you are traveling solo and prefer the privacy of your own room. Please refer to the pricing section on the itinerary of your choice within our brochures, to see the supplement. A twin share option is also available, which means you can share a room with another guest of the same gender and therefore avoid paying the single supplement.
What's Included
Accommodation:         8 nights in twin share 3* accommodation & 1 night home-stay.
Transport:                      All transportation by private AC vehicle
Meals:                           9 breakfasts, 8 lunches & 1 dinner. Some snacks for cycling days.
Guided:                         Experienced and professional English speaking guide with maximum support and flexibility.
Entrance fees:               All included
Equipment:                   Mountain bicycle, helmet and water bottle.
Age range:                    18+
Wifi:                                Free wifi available in hotels.
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We had great time in Indochina
On behalf of Kassie and myself, I want to thank you.  The trip was amazing!  The services were great.  You did a wonderful job.  No issues at all!  I would like to let you know that all of the guides were outstanding, but I do want to give Loan, our first guide in Vietnam a special outstanding recommendation.  She was knowledgeable, spoke awesome English, went out of her way for us, and was all around not only a great guide but a great person as well.  A+
I will recommend all my friends to use your services!

Thank you and please keep in touch.
Thank for the great motorbike trip
Hi Tuan, 

You have delivered everything as you promised. I will defiantly recommend you and Pioneer Asia Holidays as a go to provider in the future.

Again thank you for your professionalism and advice.we have enjoyed every aspect of your fantastic country.

Kind regards

Dave from UK