Many visitors to Southeast Asia spend much of their time rushing around clogged city streets. Break free and see the region from a bicycle seat on this 10-day trip. Roll past the temples of stunning Angkor Wat, cruise around Phnom Penh, and enjoy the villages and rural life around Siem Reap. It’s perfect for pedal-pushers of all levels looking to explore less well-known regions at a leisurely pace. Consider this an introduction to the joys of Southeast Asia and cycling.
Ho Chi Minh City
Arrive at any time.
Ho Chi Minh CityBn Tre
Cycle out to Cu Chi and visit the Cu Chi Tunnels, a relic from the Vietnam War.
Bn TreCn Th
Enjoy a morning boat trip before cycling from Bn Tre to Cn Th.
Cn ThChu c
Spend a day in the Mekong Delta, visiting the floating markets and witnessing the hustle and bustle on the boats. Cycle through the Mekong canals between the islands of the Delta.
Chu cPhnom Penh
Cross the border into Cambodia and head for Phnom Penh. Explore the city at leisure.
Cycle the Oudong Trail, starting along railway tracks before passing through the countryside to Oudong Mountain.
Phnom PenhSiem Reap
Take to bikes again and explore the surrounding area, passing through charming village communities, fruit orchards, and a variety of temples. Transfer to Siem Reap.
Explore the temple complex of Angkor Wat by bike.
Bike to Tonle Sap Lake, visit the floating communities who make their home here and observe some of the birdlife before returning to Siem Reap.
Depart at any time.