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Number of Reviews: 102 Overall score: *****
Angkor south gate, Cambodia
***** Written
Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Cycle Indochina - 21 March 2015

5
Having just returned from Cycling Indochina, I'm still on a high. This holiday was simply fantastic, with great cycling days, beautiful scenery, interesting sites, delicious food, and lots of laughter. The days flew by far too fast, but because we saw and experienced so much each and every day, it nevertheless feels as if we were there for much longer than just 2 weeks. The trip was very well organised, and the team leader and the local guides and technical support teams were wonderful, always on hand with a smile to help wherever needed.
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
***** Written
Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam - three wonderful contrasts

5
From the beginning, this trip kept you surprised, engaged and immersed. Everyday was an adventure and thoroughly enjoyable. The guides had carefully chosen cycles routes which were fun and fascinating giving you a peek into the lives of real people and at times getting off the beaten track. It was action packed as expected, but still well paced, allowing the occasional afternoon to "chillax". The cycling support teams were exceptional. It was hot, but I adapted quickly and cycling actually had a cooling effect. The enjoyable cycling routes, wonderful scenery, delicious food and memorable sights delivered beyond my expectations.
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
***** Written
Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Cycle Indochina

4
Very good cycling trip especially for "non climbers". Too much on first 3 days especially 90km on first day after long flight no time to acclimatise
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
***** Written
Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Cycle Indochina & Angkor

5
A trip of a life time a great opportunity to see 3 countries from a local perspective. The scenery and the bikes were fabulous even the transition from one country to another was seamless with the support teams really taking care of us all. The snacks on the way provided by them were lovely especially the home made lemonade in Cambodia. We really got to know the support teams as they made us all feel safe and their sense of humour was brilliant. As a group we all got on so well and as I had not paid for a single room our guide arranged that us 3 ladies rotated the rooms so we all had at least 3 nights on our own.
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
***** Written
Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Cycling three countries

5
Cycling trip starting in Thailand via Cambodia to Vietnam. Culture stops at Angkor Wat, Phnom Penh and Saigon. The cycling was back to front with long distances at the start of the trip when I (this was only me, I think!) was struggling to adjust to the high (37 degree) temperatures. It was always possible to stop riding and take the bus, but I didn't feel good about it. I did enjoy the trip immensely once I'd acclimatised and loved the stops at Angkor Wat, Phnom Penh and Saigon. The quality of hotels in these places was really good, too. Would do this trip again in a heartbeat.
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
***** Written
Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Sightseeing and cycling with few hills

4
This trip provides good balance between cycling and sightseeing. The cycling is mostly on the flat, with no real hills to speak of, and at manageable distances with regular snack breaks, at least every 10 to 20km or so - if you are averagely fit it won't be highly challenging, though there are a couple of longish days towards the start. The sights are really worth seeing though - Angkor Wat being the obvious highlight. Ho Chi Minh City is also a great place to visit - it is changing so fast!
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Angkor south gate, Cambodia
***** Written
Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Cycle Indonchina and Angkor

5
A great way to see the three countries visited - up close and personal. Cycling off the beaten track in Thailand takes you to places other visitors don't usually see and allowed for everyone to cycle at their own pace (be that racer or not). Cycling in Cambodia on the other hand is somewhat of a different nature, particularly in Siem Reap. We really enjoyed the exhilaration of dodging the traffic including mopeds riding the wrong way up your side of the road. Viet Nam was different again with endless over excited children running out to wave and say hello..makes you feel like royalty with all that waving :-)
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