This overnight bicycle tour is designed for visitors who wish to experience Siem Reap’s countryside beyond our half and full-day tours. Enjoy an overnight stay at a local village, interact with the local community, and experience Siem Reap like no others.Our tour begins with a bike ride to the sprawling fields of paddy, where your guides will introduce you to the day-to-day routines of local farmers. Many of our guides will be able to give you an in depth insight into this agricultura...
This overnight bicycle tour is designed for visitors who wish to experience Siem Reap’s countryside beyond our half and full-day tours. Enjoy an overnight stay at a local village, interact with the local community, and experience Siem Reap like no others.
Our tour begins with a bike ride to the sprawling fields of paddy, where your guides will introduce you to the day-to-day routines of local farmers. Many of our guides will be able to give you an in depth insight into this agricultural activity, having worked in the fields with their parents from a young age.
On our next stop, we will take you to view handmade baskets woven by our local villagers. Get to know our weavers and learn more about this intricate craft, which is traditionally passed down from parent to child.
Our third stop will be at a bustling local market, where you will be able to take in the sights and sounds of locals buying and selling produce. Discover local products not found anywhere else in the world!
By now, it will be time to wind down. Your guides will check you into your local homestay. Once you have settled in, your guides will then head out to market to purchase ingredients for dinner. You are more than welcome to join them as they pick out vegetables and local delights. Back at the homestay, you will be able to enjoy a cooking class and eat a truly local Cambodian meal! We will end the night early, between 8.00PM—9.00PM, just as the village goes quiet.
After a good night’s rest, we begin Day 2 of our tour with a light breakfast, before cycling to a pagoda. Take in the morning breeze and enjoy the peace and stillness of the pagoda, which holds great religious and cultural significance to the local Cambodian-Buddhist community.
On our final stop, we will take you to a local rice wine distillery. Here, you will learn more about the processes involved in the making of rice wine as well as its use in holistic medicine. And yes—if you’re wondering—you will also get to sample a taste!
Cycling Tour Guide, Transportation Pick Up and Drop Off, 1-Night Homestay, 1 Dinner, 1 Breakfast, Top Quality Mountain Bike, Helmet, Drinking Water, Cold Towel, First Aid Kits
Personal Expenses, Travel Insurance, Soft Drink
Due to the physical nature of our trips, it is extremely important that you are of good physical health and therefore able to fully participate in group cycling. Prior to the start of your tour and at every trip stop during your tour, every rider is required to provide details of any pre-existing medical conditions or to inform the tour leader if he/she feels unwell. Disclosure of this information is extremely important so as to ensure that we can act effectively in the case of an emergency.
To give the respect to the locals, we highly suggest you wear a shirt that covers your shoulders and pant that cover your knees.
Any solo traveler who signs in with this tour will be partnered the same sex with other travelers during their stay at the local house.
During this tour, we offer you 100% Khmer meals, so do inform us if you have any special requirement with food while signing up.
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No cancellation fee will be applied if you cancel at least 7 days in advance. Cancelling 3 to 6 days in advance of the scheduled departure will incur a 50% cancellation fee. Cancelling 2 days in advance of the scheduled departure will incur a 100% cancellation fee.