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Vietnam and Cambodia Cycling Experience

Vietnam and Cambodia Cycling Experience

Embark on an active adventure that lingers through the profound beauty and culture of Vietnam and Cambodia. Uncover the breath-taking landscapes and immerse yourself in the daily life of friendly locals in local villages. Experience the vibrant sights and sounds of bustling markets, savouring the delightful flavours of authentic cuisine. Pedal through picturesque countryside, gaining insights into the history and culture of the regions. Discover hidden gems, from ancient temples to modern-day traditions, as you journey through these enchanting lands. Witness the contrasts between the northern and southern regions of Vietnam, and be captivated by the fascinating allure of Cambodia, our neighbouring country.

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  • Day 1 Arrive Hanoi

    Upon your arrival at Noi Bai International Airport, you will be warmly greeted and transferred to your hotel. After checking in, take an orientation walk of the enchanting Old Quarter, known for its 36 ancient streets where merchants have traded for centuries. Later, gather again to savour an authentic Vietnamese dinner.

    Accommodation: In Hanoi
    Meals: Dinner
    Cycling: No

    Please note: Early check-in at the hotel is subject to availability, as the standard check-in time is 14:00.

  • Day 2 Red River Delta Biking

    Today, embark on a journey to Bac Ninh, a place known for the unique folk music called Quan Ho, which has been sung for nearly a thousand years. Saddle up and pedal through picturesque rice fields and charming local villages. Your first stop is Tho Ha village, one of the few well-preserved traditional villages in Vietnam. Immerse yourself in the rural Vietnamese lifestyle as you visit a local home and learn about their customs. Sample the special local “welcome wine” while villagers perform traditional folk music. Afterward, wander through the maze of narrow alleys in Tho Ha village, gaining insight into the local culture. Cross the river by local boat, enjoy lunch, and then continue by bicycle to meet your bus for a relaxing transfer back to the hotel.

    Accommodation: In Hanoi
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
    Transfer distance: 50 km
    Cycling: Distance - Approx. 40 – 45 km; Grade – Easy

  • Day 3 Cycle to Van Long Natural Reserve & Kenh Ga Floating Village

    Travel south to Ha Nam where you will embark on a 16km bike ride through the stunning landscape of Van Long, the Northern Plain's largest nature reserve. Limestone karsts rise majestically from calm waterways, and locals quietly navigate the fields. Continue cycling through charming villages and lush rice fields until you reach the secluded Kenh Ga village. This floating village is nestled in a water-dominated region, approximately 15km north of Ninh Binh. Witness the picturesque scenery and the unique sight of villagers skilfully rowing boats with their feet, creating a truly memorable picture. After an adventurous day of biking, relax and unwind at your own pace in your Ninh Binh hotel, enjoying your leisure time as you please.

    Accommodation: In Ninh Binh
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
    Cycling: Distance - Approx. 55km; Grade – Easy

  • Day 4 Cycle to Hoa Lu & Tam Toc & Return to Hanoi

    Cycle through local villages and farms to Hoa Lu, Vietnam's ancient capital (968-1009), and explore the history of 10th-century Vietnam at the temple of King Dinh. Pass through unspoiled villages and limestone karsts as you head to the enchanting destination of Tam Coc. Continue the adventure with a 7km ride toward Bich Dong Temple. Ride the quiet country road and experience the picturesque landscape of Vietnam’s rural area. Make your way back to Tam Coc along the same road. At Tam Coc, board a rowing boat and silently glide through Tam Coc (Three Caves), often compared to Halong Bay on land, with its stunning mountains rising vertically from the tranquil water. Immerse yourself in the idyllic landscape of lush green paddy fields. Disembark at Tam Coc’s boat pier and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before transferring back to Hanoi.

    Accommodation: In Hanoi
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
    Cycling: Distance - Approx. 35 – 40 km; Grade – Easy

  • Day 5 Fly to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and Sightseeing

    Fly to Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon by many locals. This vibrant city is situated near the Mekong Delta and stands as Vietnam's largest city. The city centre showcases wide elegant boulevards adorned with historic French buildings, harmoniously coexisting with modern high-rise office towers that symbolize its economic significance. Upon checking in at your centrally located hotel, embark on a fascinating walking tour of Ho Chi Minh City. The afternoon itinerary includes visits to the War Remnants Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, and opportunities to admire the splendid French colonial architecture, including the Saigon Post Office and the former Hotel de Ville. After the tour, return to your hotel to freshen up and unwind.

    Accommodation: In Ho Chi Minh City
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
    Cycling: Nil

  • Day 6 Cu Chi Tunnels Excursion

    Set off on an approximately 60km drive outside of Saigon to the legendary Cu Chi tunnels. An incredible underground tunnel network was constructed by the Viet Cong to fight the American and South Vietnamese forces during the Vietnam War. Learn about how the tunnels were built, the conditions faced by soldiers and guerrillas, and the hardships they endured while using the tunnels. You even have the option to descend into the real tunnels where the Viet Cong hid and fought. After exploring the tunnels, you will be driven back to Ho Chi Minh City. The rest of the afternoon is yours to enjoy at leisure.

    Accommodation: In Ho Chi Minh City
    Meals: Breakfast
    Cycling: No

  • Day 7 Mekong Delta Cycling

    Discover the beautiful Mekong Delta on an unforgettable biking tour. Depart from Ho Chi Minh City at 07:00 and head to Kim Son to begin your adventure. Cycle through orchards and farms, getting a glimpse of Mekong Delta life and contrasting it with the serene Northern Plain. Take a short break near Cai Lay and enjoy a picnic lunch. Continue biking through lush gardens and friendly riverside villages until you reach Cai Be, a charming river town. Visit a workshop to learn about coconut candy, rice popcorn, and other handicrafts. Take a local ferry to Binh Hoa Phuoc Island, ride to Dinh Khao Wharf, cross the Co Chien River to Vinh Long, and end the day in Can Tho City where you'll spend the night. After a rest and dinner, you'll have free time for a leisurely stroll along the city's romantic quayside.

    Accommodation: In Can Tho
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch (picnic lunch)
    Cycling: Distance - Approx. 45 – 52 km; Grade – Easy

  • Day 8 Can Tho Biking and Transfer to Chau Doc

    Awaken early for a visit to Cai Rang, the most famous floating market of the Mekong Delta. As you float along the waterways in a local boat, enjoy the beautiful scenery and the colourful bustle of the market, where hundreds of local farmers and merchants sell their fruits and other produce from small wooden boats.

    Afterward, it’s back on the bikes for a ride along country lanes where you will have ample chance to interact with the locals - by now, you will be able to exchange a few pleasantries in Vietnamese, so this is a fine time to practice them! Following that, enjoy a picnic lunch and continue cycling to O Mon. From here, you will be driven to Chau Doc, a small town near the Cambodian border.

    Accommodation: In Chau Doc
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch (picnic lunch), Dinner
    Cycling: Distance - Approx. 35 km; Grade – Easy

  • Day 9 Cross the Border to Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    Embark on a fascinating six-hour journey along the mighty Mekong to Phnom Penh, aboard an early speed boat. Take a leisurely tour of Phnom Penh's main sights, including the beautiful Royal Palace and the impressive Silver Pagoda. If time permits, you will also visit the genocide museum of Toul Sleng. This visit may prove distressing, even for the most robust of travellers; however, it is an important piece of this country's history. After a rest back at the hotel, you will take a tuk-tuk - an experience in itself! - to a local restaurant for dinner and immerse yourself in Phnom Penh’s vibrant nightlife.

    Accommodation: In Phnom Penh
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch Box
    Cycling: No

  • Day 10 Phnom Penh to Siem Reap

    Travel from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap, a 6-hour journey through Cambodia's lush green countryside and charming small towns. Make a fascinating stop at the ‘spider village’, with intriguing items on the menu! Siem Reap serves as the base for exploring the magnificent Angkor Wat and the ancient capital of the Khmer Empire. Enjoy an orientation walk of Siem Reap's lively open markets, Psar Chas, surrounded by elegant French Colonial colonnades. Discover the vibrant Pub Street before visiting the beautiful Wat Preah Prom Rath and the sacred Preah Ang Chek Preah Ang Chom shrine. The tour ends with the option to walk back or be transferred to the hotel.

    Accommodation: In Siem Reap
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
    Cycling: No

  • Day 11 Angkor Temples Cycling

    Set out on a fascinating bicycle adventure along the back roads and bicycle trails, leading you to the magnificent Angkor Temples—a UNESCO World Heritage site of great historical significance. Begin your day exploring the majestic Angkor Wat, the largest temple in the world, and savour an authentic Cambodian lunch with the temples providing a breath-taking backdrop.

    Pedal to Angkor Thom City through its West Gate and be captivated by the intricate carvings and 216 faces of Buddha adorning the grand Bayon Temple. The adventure continues as you visit the awe-inspiring Ta Prohm Temple, surrounded by a mystical jungle. As the day draws to a close, you will cycle back to Siem Reap, where the evening is yours to enjoy. Perhaps explore the old Siem Reap market or simply enjoy a drink at the pub street in town.

    Accommodation: In Siem Reap
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
    Cycling: Distance - Approx. 30 km; Grade – Easy

  • Day 12 Cycle to Beng Mealea Temple

    The cycling adventure today will take you far away from the typical tourist destinations around Siem Reap. You will ride on little-used roads through small villages and beautiful countryside to reach the hidden temple of Beng Mealea. This moss-covered, shady temple is an oasis away from the hundreds of people who visit the main Angkor temples. According to Maurice Glaize's 1944 book, The Angkor Guide, "a trip to Beng Mealea can be combined with a hunting party" since the region is rich in both small and large game. Wild animals like tigers, panthers, elephants, herds of oxen, and wild buffalo inhabit the forest.' While you may not have a hunting party, you will still experience a great adventure. After exploring this vast temple complex, you will transfer back to Siem Reap for a well-deserved rest before your farewell dinner.

    Accommodation: In Siem Reap
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Cycling: Distance - Approx. 40 – 60 km; Grade – Easy

  • Day 13 Depart Siem Reap

    You'll have some leisure time to explore and enjoy the charming town of Siem Reap before heading to the airport for your departure.

    Accommodation: Check-out time at 12.00
    Meals: Breakfast


A rough idea of the price and what is included in this tour program. The exact price depends on the season, accommodation and activities, it will be provided on your personalised quote.


Valid from Oct 01, 2022 – Sep 30, 2023
  • Prices are quoted in USD per person based on double-sharing occupancy.
  • Prices apply for individual traveller bookings only (FIT, not groups).
  • Single supplement will be added to the package prices for bookings of single occupancy rooms.

What's Included

  • Twelve nights of hotel accommodation
  • All sightseeing as specified, including entrance fees
  • Transportation and transfers in air-conditioned vehicles
  • Knowledgeable cycling guide proficient in either English or French
  • Speedboat ticket: Chau Doc to Phnom Penh (one-way, shared boat)
  • Daily breakfast, ten lunches and three dinner
  • High-quality Trek/Giant Mountain bike with a helmet
  • Bottled drinking water on cycling days
  • Snacks, fresh fruits, and refreshing towels for cycling days
  • Government tax and service charges

What's Not Included

  • Any International and domestic flights
  • Visas
  • Single supplement
  • Optional tours and activities
  • Meals not included in the itinerary
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips & gratuities
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone, drinks
  • Any other services not specified in the itinerary


Below are the departure dates for the Vietnam and Cambodia Cycling Experience Tour:

Start/End – Hanoi/Siem Reap:

  • 04 Jan: 4 seats left
  • 07 Mar: 10 seats left
  • 04 Apr: 10 seats left
  • 03 Oct: 7 seats left
  • 07 Nov: 11 seats left
  • 05 Dec: 14 seats left

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