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The Royal Palace and Temples, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh Adventure Holidays

Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Angkor Wat
14 Days from NZD 5,279
NZD 4,849

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Cycle through 3 countries from Thailand to Vietnam

Cycling

Cambodia Adventure

Phnom Penh
13 Days from NZD 3,549

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Explore Cambodia's Angkor temples and rural countryside

Culture

Thai Indochina Explorer

Bayon, Siem Reap, Cambodia
14 Days from NZD 3,549

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Travel from Vietnam's Saigon to Thailand's Bangkok

Culture
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Ankor
14 Days from NZD 7,049

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Our classic multi-country Asian cycling adventure – ehanced with upgraded accommodation, extra meals and hand-picked leaders

Cycling

13 days in a small country, not too full of attractions, enables one to delve deeper into this fascinating yet troubled destination. Personally, I found the tour enjoyable and fascinating (not boring for even a minute). If you’re lucky enough to have Bun for your guide, than you hit the jackpot!

Naomi Schwarzbaum Cambodia Adventure

Overall, this was a fantastic trip, best one I have done yet.
First impression, met Rit, our team leader at the hotel. Immediately knew this was going to be a good trip, knowledgeable, warm, funny, engaging.
First couple of Days in Thailand were good, roads reasonably quiet and good quality surface. A couple of long rides, but pretty flat so easily coped. Just a personal preference, but a bit more on the country roads rather than main (although they were quiet) would be nice.
Smooth transition into Cambodia. Again, great cycling, pretty flat and easy. Great countryside. Awe inspiring visit to Angkor – astonishing place. Then the flip side visiting the Killing fields, more pertinent as I can remember this happening while I was a teenager.
Then into Vietnam for the last few days – best cycling here with backroads and paths, via a nice homestay to the craziness of Saigon (so many motorbikes!)

Overall – Great food everywhere, always felt safe, super team leader, made some new friends – highly recommend.

 

Mike Butler Cycle Indochina & Angkor

Though the group, tour leader and support staff were phenomenal throughout the trip and there were many highlights, the rural cycling within Thailand and Cambodia proved to be largely uninteresting, smoggy and garbage was strewn throughout. Mostly we saw different tree plantations of smaller trees for rubber, furniture, etc. and a little bit of off season ground crop areas. On the plus side the accomodation was spotless, the food excellent and the people wonderful. We certainly enjoyed Siem Reap, Angkor Wat and the other temple complexes and Phnom Penh. Also the history of Cambodia during the Khymer Rouge regime, though dark, was extremely educational and offered an understanding of current day Cambodia that we would have not gotten without physically attending the Killing Fields and the S-21 prison. In sharp contrast to what we saw of Thailand and Cambodia, Vietnam was very green and lush and our stay at the Homestay on the island, travel on the Mekong and other cultural highlights was amazing. The very best of the trip was getting to know the wonderful group of people the tour attracted and the care our tour guide Chai gave us.

Randy Marshall Cycle Indochina & Angkor