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Biking Cambodia Day Tours

Siem Reap, Cambodia
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About Biking Cambodia Day Tours
Biking Cambodia is a local tour operator that offers Siem Reap cycling tours of half or full day or longer. Both MTB and eBikes are available. You can visit the temples of Angkor and surrounding countryside. Our experienced guides will show you the wonders of this region of Cambodia. Biking Cambodia is the only local Tour operator specialized in biking and cycling in Cambodia. We are situated in Siem Reap and are managed and operated by a Swiss, French and Cambodian team since 1998.
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RobLeeViaCom wrote a review Sep 2019
Los Angeles, California3 contributions2 helpful votes
I've never tried an electric bike before. So funny. Really enjoyed the group tour. Met some fantastic people. The bicycles seemed to be in very good condition. We didn't have any problems. The cycling supervisor was very professional. We had an official temple guide too, who gave great oratory. The temples, of course, were impressive too.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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andrew w wrote a review Jul 2019
Winnipeg, Canada4 contributions
I only had a half day to visit the Angkor Wat site, and really wanted to make it to Ta Prohm. I also wanted a bit of exercise and a decent pace. Most of the tours on offer did not fit my needs, so I was thrilled to find Biking Cambodia who allowed me to visit the major temples, ride a reasonable pace, and took,e off-road on some interesting trails and pathways. The guide was happy to chat, but also gave me space for a quieter, contemplative engagement with the site, which I appreciated.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Joart18 wrote a review Mar 2019
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A pleasant cycling tour of Preah Khan and some of the less well known historical sights. We joined with another couple, who took the eBike option, but its less than 30km and no hills. We had a cycling leader who spoke very good English. It was a well organized tour and was very enjoyable.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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ana s wrote a review Mar 2019
Metro Manila, Philippines24 contributions36 helpful votes
We were feeling lazy so we tried the new eBikes. There were 4 of us plus 2 more from another group and the cycling supervisor led the way. Weather was warm but since we use eBikes, we didn't spend too much effort and didn't get too hot. The bikes were clean and in good condition. The cycling leader spoke English and made sure we were all safe. The temples are amazing, of course. Lots to see. Excellent lunch was provided at a restaurant. All in all, highly recommended.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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TonyaKNZ wrote a review Dec 2017
Auckland Central, New Zealand9 contributions1 helpful vote
Unfortunately our experience wasn't the best. First our bikes weren't delivered to our hotel, but went straight to Angkor Watt temple. Then the owner didn't want to offer a refund for the tour distance from our hotel to the temple. I literally had to make him descrease the price (which he argued with me for a while because of), as it wasn't our fault that the cycling guide went to the temples. Then we finally got the bikes and they were the oldest, most uncomfortable bikes you could ever ride.. We had our kids with us and I couldn't ride my bike with my child on the back, as the seat couldn't adjust to my height, so I kept falling over. Thanks to the cycling guide riding that bike with my child in it, I was riding his, which still didn't adjust, so I had the worst ride ever - definitele felt every bump with bruises for a week afterwards.. If you go with these guys, check the condition of bikes before paying/agreeing to take their tours.. Oh and I'm not sure if that's the thing with every "tour" they have - but ours was "a rental" still called a "tour".... We had to get another guide to actually do a tour for us, as the cycling guide did nothing, but rode with us.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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