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Green e-bike

12 Central Market, #C, Siem Reap 17000, Cambodia
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Awesome!

They're awesome!! Cheap, easy to use, so much fun!! Scary driving through Cambodian traffic at... read more

Reviewed April 12, 2017
Esther H
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Untrustworthy equipment and expensive

We rented a bike and took a small tour of angkor (only three temples). The bike's battery was... read more

Reviewed February 27, 2017
Emiel F
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Reviewed April 12, 2017 via mobile

They're awesome!! Cheap, easy to use, so much fun!! Scary driving through Cambodian traffic at first lol but you get the hang of it quite quickly. They go at a good speed, the traffic stops you going fast anyway. They're quiet, comfy and easy. The...More

Thank Esther H
Reviewed February 27, 2017 via mobile

We rented a bike and took a small tour of angkor (only three temples). The bike's battery was highly untrustworthy and the bikes only go slightly faster than a bike. They constantly make an annoying sound when turning a corner or when being stalled. The...More

3  Thank Emiel F
Greene-bike, Propriétaire at Green e-bike, responded to this review

Dear American Girl, I’m boring to see this kind of message from people don’t care of anything and post on tripadvisor just to exist in their world!!! You are not alone in the world… First you came to my shop to take the e-bikes at...More

Reviewed February 17, 2017 via mobile

We were unsure if Angkor park would let motor bikes/cars in the area so we got ebikes just in case. The guy who owns the place was incredibly helpful, he helped us plan what places to see in the amount of time we had. Very...More

1  Thank Laura M
Reviewed January 22, 2017

We rented two e-bikes but unfortunately it was not as good as we hoped. When renting the bikes the staff was friendly and gave us tips, where to go for sunset and so on. They said we can do the mini circuit when the battery...More

3  Thank Anne1617
Reviewed January 18, 2017

I highly recommend it. The green e-bike is great for solo travelers who don't wanna exhaust their feet pedaling or feel worried because you think your tuk-tuk/motodop driver is anxiously waiting for you. You get to explore the countryside and jungle-like places your tuk-tuk won't...More

1  Thank Stef C
Reviewed January 16, 2017

We rented bikes for two days so we could explore the temples at our own pace. The owner gave us a map showed us which routes to take. Riding the bikes was fun and very easy. We had no problems with them. For us, the...More

Thank Amys_opinion
Reviewed January 14, 2017

The idea of e-biking around the temples of Angkor Wat seemed like great one especially since we had previously rented e-bikes in Myanmar for exploring Bagan. Unfortunately our experience with Green E-Bikes Siem Reap was totally disappointing. The main problem is with the quality of...More

3  Thank Natty C
Greene-bike, Propriétaire at Green e-bike, responded to this review

Dear Mrs, I found your message completely outside the reality and your rating also. Our company is present in all travel guides in the world about the quality of our company and e-bikes (Lonely planet (world), guide du routard (France, Belgium, Switzerland), arrukikata (Japan), Bedroza...More

Reviewed January 10, 2017 via mobile

We rented for 2 days and had a lot of fun. Spent one day cruising around the Angkor wat complex and another day out in the countryside enjoying the scenery and meeting lots of friendly kids (they loved the bikes!) The staff were really helpful...More

1  Thank Adam M
Reviewed November 27, 2016 via mobile

My friend and I ended up renting the bikes for 5 days as we had so much fun. They are an amazing way to explore Siem Reap. I had never ridden a scooter before so I was apprehensive at first. But the bikes are much...More

1  Thank JodieS186
Reviewed November 27, 2016

Multiple advantages: its complete freedom and you can access areas the tuk tuk cannot. You plan your own trip and follow your own hours you can also avoid groups. You don't have to haggle with drivers and you can stop anytime you want for pictures....More

1  Thank sevrinebret
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PeeQin
Hi Laura, May i know where can rent e-bike at Siem Reap? Do need our passport copy and license required? Thank you :)
February 26, 2017|
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Response from Greene-bike | Property representative |
Hi there, Our office is at Central market south side in Siem Reap. We need 1 passport as deposit and no need license required See you soon to our shop Regards
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Nisreen J
Can I take my 12 year old son as a passenger on the bike
December 6, 2016|
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Response from Greene-bike | Property representative |
Actually the maximum load capacity is 100kg. If more weight, you have to take 2 e-bikes. Even at 12 years old, he can drive, it is really easy and safe, as bicycle. Thank you
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BrianL5030
Could you give a little more information about recharge points? Also, how late can one return an electric bicycle, I really don't want to have one overnight? My wife and I are planning a trip to Siem Reap (our second), and this mode of transport looks very enticing.
October 21, 2015|
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Response from Greene-bike | Property representative |
Hi! we will provide you the map with all our free charge points, we have 4 free charge points in the temples, 10 in and around the city! The rental period is for a full 24 hours, so if you take at our opeing time 7:30am in... More
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