Cycle and Explore the Countryside

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Tour code: UAT-CEC

Tour Details

 Duration: Approximately 4.5 hours

 Distance: 17-20 Km

 Difficulty: Easy Ride

Price: $29.00

Number of Participants*

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Bike through the sample back-road to the countryside

Hop on a bike and explore the countryside along the Siem Reap River. Your guide will take you on a scenic ride to the outskirts of Siem Reap city in order to introduce you to local ways of life. You will visit a local market, learn about rice farming, Cambodian Buddhism, rice wine production, mushroom cultivation, and the history of the villages you will visit. We offer a hands-on learning experience, interactions with local people, and the freedom to explore the Cambodian countryside with your tour guide. This tour is ideal for fit cyclists who want to ride a short distance to see a lot of countryside as the paths through the village.

Important Info

  • Departure time: Morning, 7:30 am to 11:30 am. Afternoon, 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm. This tour departs daily!
  • Departure Point: You will be picked up by our driver at your hotel, then meet your bike and your tour guide at our shop.
  • Dress code: wear a comfortable cycling clothes.
  • We recommend bringing camera, sunglasses, sunscreen, etc.
  • Not recommended for pregnant women.
  • Not recommended for participants with heart complaints or other serious medical conditions.

Tour Features

Your Tour Guide

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Our tour guides were charming, attentive, well spoken English and knowledgeable to share their experience with you. They were trained to give your trip more fabulous and eager to assure each person on the tour had a wonderful day. They are just not an expert of biking, but they intend to offer completely enjoyable, comfortable and informative travel excursions that will ensure the travelers are thoroughly satisfied and appreciative at the end of their trip.

Your Group

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We are accepted from 1 person and the maximum group size of 8 people. In terms of keeping the best quality of our bike tour, we decided to range this tour with small group size as you will get your attention very closely with your tour guide.

Your Ride

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The high quality of Giant XTC Slr 27.5 4 is essential conducted into your ride on this adventure tour. These bikes come with smooth rolling and high-performance bike through red clay road, so we choose this mountain bike because that have the suspension and durability to handle the route with some off road adventures and mini challenging road depend on the road condition.

Snacks and Drinks

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We will include breaks and enjoy eating local snacks and fruits to regain your energy on the bike ride, plenty of pure drinking water will be provided on this tour as well and we also discover local foods, which you are welcome to try!

Note: Any soft drink and alcohol drink are not included on this tour, it will be your own expensed.

Kids’ Price

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If you take your family together on this trip and we will have the special price for your children as the list below: Age 1 to 5 years – 50% off | Age 6 to 12 years – 30% off | Age 13 – 15 years – 10% off.  However, we will range the kids’ bike sizes,  trailers bike, child seat and tandem bikes for your family, so you just let us know that you are booking our tour and just request the bike for your kids.

Tour Itinerary

First, you will meet your tour guide at Unique Adventure shop and find a mountain bike that fits you. We will then head north out of town along charming back roads through the Siem Reap riverbank. After a short ride, we will reach the local market and discover local foods, which you are welcome to try!

After our market visit, we will cycle through farmland in order to learn about rice cultivation on the living lands community farm. You might even be able to join the locals in rice farming! You will find that rural Cambodians are very friendly and welcoming and are happy to share their experience with you.

After learning about farming, we’ll move on to see the old Buddhist temple known in Cambodia as a Wat. We take time to learn about the Buddhist paintings and relics at the Wat and explore the fascinating story of the antique pagoda. We’ll then have a short break before we continue on to learn about the process of making rice wine. As the last stop on this exhilarating bike tour, we will visit a mushroom farm before returning to Siem Reap city.

How to book your tour?

  • Select number of participants

    Upon you decide to book our tour, please scroll to the header above and select number of participants and click “Add to cart” button.

  • Fill out your booking details

    After you are finished, you will get directly to the booking form, let complete your booking details and proceed to summit your booking.

  • Confirmation

    At the end, we will send you an email to confirm your tour booking, so it’s done. Let’s enjoy!

    Note: All payment must be made directly to our office during your tour and you can pay with Riels or US dollar.

What did the guest say about us?

“Seeing the real Cambodia”

Joel, Swiden

If you visit Siem Reap and only visit the temples, you have not really experienced Cambodia. We were two couples who were guided on a half day bike ride around Siem Reap visiting local markets, pagodas and farms. To start off we thought it was bit pricey, 29 $ per person. As it turned out, I would’ve done it again, even at a higher price. The bikes were amazing, I’m not a biker at all but the mountain bikes (brand: Giant) were new and much better than anything I’ve ridden before. Our guide Wat was both humorous, well-informed and spoke good English.

“Chilled out way to see the countryside”

karen, Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Seavyi Yom, our guide was very informative and able to answer our questions. His English was great and it was enjoyable to discuss the Cambodian way of life. The cycling route was not hard and was refreshing as we only saw lots of locals. The bikes were great and I felt safe when we had to cycle on the roads. We were taken to a market where we tried snacks, a mushroom farm, pagodas, rice fields, a fish farm and had a stop for a drink at a local cafe.