Biking to the Roluos Market

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day tour

Tour Level: Moderate

Tour Comfort: Standard

Tour Period: Morning / Afternoon

English, German, French, Spanish, Russian    Siem Reap

tour highlights

See locals going about their everyday life
  • Visit the bustling Ruolos Market
  • Ride along country lanes and through local villages
  • Wander through Kok Srok village, famous for growing 'Kanh Chaay'
  • Explore a local 8th Century pagoda and temple

tour details

Commence your Roluos Market cycling tour with a 15km transfer from town to the outskirts of the city. It is from here that you’ll begin your 20km bicycle trip to the lively Roluos market. As you cycle along, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions and soak up the countryside atmosphere. This is a great chance for you to take photos of village life; of locals selling indigenously grown vegetables, various species of fish and other local produce. You’ll continue biking through villages where you’ll see the small colourful gardens that locals have developed next to their houses. You’ll also have a stop at Kok Srok village to see the special herb “Kanh Chaay”, used heavily in Khmer cuisine. Your final stop before returning back to your hotel is an 8th century temple and pagoda.

tour description

20 km easy cycling on mostly unpaved roads.
Transfer from town for about 15 km to avoid the heavy traffic. Start biking to visit the
Rolous market This is a great chance for you to take photos of locals selling indigenously grown vegetables, different fish species and other local produce. Carry on biking through villages where locals have small colourful gardens next to their houses. Stop at Kok Srok village to see people grow the special herb "Kanh Chaay", much used in Khmer cuisine. Visit a 8th century temple and pagoda on the way. Transfer back to the Hotel before lunch time.


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: REPBIHD6

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