Biking from the Roulous temples to Tonle Sap Lake

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day tour

Tour Level: Moderate

Tour Comfort: Standard

Tour Period: All day

tour highlights

Ride through picturesque countryside to important ancient ruins
  • See the secluded temple of Wat Trak
  • Visit the largest Roluos temple, Bakong
  • Explore life in a traditional floating village
  • Ride on a wooden boat on the Tonle Sap Lake

tour details

Ride on small sandy trails through villages and rice fields in the lovely countryside of Cambodia. We’ll start in Siem Reap and head to the hilltop temple, Wat Trak, also known as Chau Srei Vibol, where you’ll explore the remote temple grounds and its pagoda. After lunch, we’ll continue to the monuments of Roluos. This area once served as the capital of Indravarman I, and is home to the largest and most interesting of the Roluos temples, Bakong. You’ll also visit the quaint floating village of Chong Khneas and observe daily life within the community before taking a ride in a traditional wooden boat on one of the largest lakes in Asia, the Tonle Sap Lake.

tour description

Cycling distance 32 km Morning: Wat Tschor Pagoda - Puok (14 km on mostly unpaved roads). Bike to Wat Tschor Pagoda south of Siem Reap. Visit the pagoda and cycle through villages and countryside on unpaved roads to enjoy the scenic life in a village. Ride on to the Silk Farm of Puok. Learn the different stages of the complex process of producing handmade silk, including the growing of the mulberry trees, silk worm breeding, and training in the ancient craft of silk dyeing and weaving. Picnic-lunch in the village. Afternoon: Preah Khan - Ta Nei - Takeo (18 km on mostly paved roads, some parts unpaved). Ride through the countryside to Preah Khan temple. The bikes will wait at the East Gate. Ride the bikes from the East Gate of Preah Khan up to Ta Nei temple on a forest path. Visit Ta Nei temple and continue again on forest path to Takeo temple. Transfer back to the hotel.


Private transportation
All entrance fees for the places as mentioned in the program
English-speaking locally-stationed guides (guides in other languages are on request and may be subject to supplements)
Bottled water and cold towels


    Surcharges for other language guides
    Personal travel insurance
    Personal expenditures such as drinks, souvenirs, gratuities etc.
    Meals and services other than mentioned in the programme


      The wet season is not the ideal time for biking. The best season is from November through to April, roughly corresponding to the dry season and the tourist high season. May, June and July need not be a bad time either, as it is hard to predict when the rains will come. We would not recommend a biking trip during August and September.

        Tour code: REPBIFD3

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