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Cambodia Motorbike Adventures

#16 of 1,415 Tours in Siem Reap
Siem Reap, Cambodia
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About Cambodia Motorbike Adventures
Top Experience Off-Road Motorcycle Tours ⁃ Riding motorcycle or learning to ride ⁃ Breathtaking view ⁃ Rice field and Sightseeing ⁃ Meet and greet with the local villagers ⁃ Remote jungle Temples If above are on your list, get ready to cross it off with us right here in Cambodia Motorbike Adventures Tours. Located in the heart of Cambodia, Siem Reap. We guarantee that you will not be hesitated to recommend it to your friends whether it’s a multi-day tours or even a day tours. Beside the Scooter tours, we’re the first established dirt bike and 4WD off-road extreme adventures with the top experienced team in Siem Reap Cambodia,
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MrPJG wrote a review Dec 2020
Phnom Penh, Cambodia1 contribution1 helpful vote
I've been meaning to write this review for a while now, so I apologise to all the folks at CMA who have gone so long without due praise. Here's the thing, I'm a 6ft 3, 18 stone newbie with no experience of motorbikes what so ever. So, I took a Saturday morning activity with CMA around late October, to get to grips with some off-road biking. I explained to them that my fears where only matched by my enthusiasm to learn. Basically, I just wanted to learn to ride a 250 bike, safely and get out and about in the beautiful Cambodian countryside. In short, they delivered in heaps. Mrs Kim and Mr Rong welcomed me and made me feel at home. I got a 1-1 tutoring with Mr Rong, a great 250 bike, and I had a great time. I spent 2 or 3 hours on some safe space out of town, learning the ropes and gaining confidence, then we headed out, on the backroads, taking it slow and easy. What a great Saturday morning that was. I'll be booking myself in again, as soon as I can get a free weekend. If you ever fancied learning to ride an off-road motorbike and wanted to get out of town and see the best bits of Siem Reap, well this is certainly one option that you should give some consideration. Many thanks for all your time care and attention. It didn't go unnoticed :) Thank you, especially Kim and Mr Rong
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dave W wrote a review Mar 2020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania3 contributions1 helpful vote
This adventure is the best priced in Siem Reap. My wife and I booked the half day tour and it was amazing. We got to see the "real" Cambodia while also having a blast driving motorcycles. The staff and tour guide was very professional and accommodating. I give this tour an A++.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Darragh O C wrote a review Feb 2020
Ratoath, Ireland13 contributions20 helpful votes
Our guide Mr. Slim picked us up at 8am and brought us to where the scooters are kept. After 15 mins of showing me how to work the scooter (very easy for begginers) we were on our way. Mr. Slim was a great guide and has great English. We did the full day Kulen mountain tour and got to see the beautiful countryside of Siem Reap. We stopped at locals who showed us palm sugar production and got to visit the reclining Buddha. Throughout the day we got snacks, drinks and a lovely bbq meal. We got to spend a bit of time at Kulen waterfall (currently dry season so not much water), I would love to see this again during rainy season as it would be better for swimming. On the way back we enjoyed a refreshing palm sugar juice and were welcomed back by Mr. Po, the owner. We enjoyed a few beers and a good chat with Mr. Po before he kindly dropped us back to our hotel. Thank you Mr. Slim and Mr. Po!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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aeb-bach wrote a review Feb 2020
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We spent five days in Siem Reap and started with the usual temple visits. While that was great, and the town was charming, we felt like we hadn’t really gotten a sense of what life is like for the people who lived there. Taking the country-visit tour invited us into the homes and businesses of a number of residents, and it was a blast besides! We rented a Boxer 150-cc bike and set out with Mr. Roung to explore the countryside. There is no better way to travel in Cambodia than by motorbike! We quickly left the town behind for the red dirt roads. On our adventure, we stopped at a school, a farm where stone was carved in the dry season, a farm that also made palm sugar and rice wine, a rural pagoda, a small woman-run noodle operation, where we got the best noodles of our lives, and even passed a couple of raucous funeral celebrations. We finished dusty but thrilled with our day. We’re thinking of coming back for a multi-day road adventure!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from HAYPo65, Owner at Cambodia Motorbike Adventures
Responded Feb 15, 2020
Thank you very much for your review, we very much appreciate it, thanks for traveling with us to the north west of Cambodia, a lot of Temples Culture and life style, looking forward to seeing you again soon. Po Hay
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Fredrik A wrote a review Feb 2020
14 contributions23 helpful votes
We stumbled upon this via a flyer in our hotel lobby, and boy am I happy that we booked this! Paul picked us up at around 8 am and we went to pick a bike. We had a 125cc 2020 model which was nice. The starting point is not so far from the country side so if you are a bit scared of the traffic, don't be! We had a full day tour to the Kulen mountains which is about 60 km outside of Siem Reap. Throughout the journey you will stop at peoples houses and you'll see how they produce rice, you get to taste palm sugar and palm juice etc. And you will not go hungry when you are with Paul! Throughout the day he will buy different kind of snacks. We had some kind of fried bread, num ansom chek (sticky rice w banana wrapped in banana leaf), a whole pineapple, noodle soup and then you had lunch in the middle of this! It's nice to try stuff that you probably wouldn't had bought yourself. I could write much more about this but I don't want you to waste more time, go and book this fantastic trip already!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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