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Angkor Sunrise Discovery Bike Tour

  • Admire stunning views of Angkor Wat at sunrise
  • Explore the temples by bike: avoid the busy main roads
  • Personalized experience: small group of six people
Angkor Sunrise Discovery Bike Tour
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Angkor Sunrise Discovery Bike Tour
USD 85.00
Cambodia’s most visited attraction, the magnificent Angkor Archaeological site is crowded most times during the day. On this small-group tour, you’ll get an early start to watch the sunrise over Angkor Wat before big groups arrive, and have plenty of time for questions. Explore the vast archaeological site by bike, seeing Bayon, Ta Prohm, and the Elephant Terrace, and enjoy included hotel pickup and drop-off, plus breakfast and lunch.
What to Expect
Begin your tour with an early morning pickup from your Siem Reap hotel and transfer to the Angkor Archaeological Park by air-conditioned minivan. Arrive in time to watch the magnificent sunrise over Angkor Wat, then head down to explore the ancient temple at its most atmospheric, bathed in the warm glow of the morning sun.

Set off on your bike tour and benefit from the cooler morning temperatures as you cycle along jungle trails and dirt tracks, avoiding the busiest routes used by taxis and tuk-tuks. Stop for breakfast at a local restaurant, then spend the morning visiting ancient wonders such as the Bayon Temple, Ta Prohm Temple, and the Elephant Terrace.

After an adventurous morning, covering a distance of around 15–18 miles (25–30 km), break for lunch, before returning to Siem Reap, where you will be dropped back at your hotel.
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Reviewed 5 days ago
Fantastic way to see the temples in Siem Reap

This was a great tour, we had a fantastic day. Watching the sunrise over Angkor Wat was beautiful even though it was cloudy. We avoided the worst of the crowds at each temple and had plenty of time to look around and take photos. Our...More

Thank Angela C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
What a day !

I have been travling for 2 months now and this is one of the best things I have done . Sambo had so much knowledge and made every stop interesting and entertaining. We were fed so well including breakfast , fruit and a wonderful lunch....More

Thank matt c
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fantastic Angkor sunrise bicycle tour

We were picked up from our hotel by Lem Phath (he said we could call him Pat). We headed to Angkor Wat and were show where to get lovely pics of the temple and its reflection. Pat showed us round Angkor and was incredibly knowledgeable...More

Thank karenrodham
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Not for me

The activity itself (cycling) was not for me. I am not a good cyclist and am only confident in cycling smooth terrains. As for this activity, you will be going through different terrains that avoid the tourist crowds. So the terrains could be smooth, rough,...More

Thank jezreluy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Amazing way to see the Temples

I booked this as I don't usually like tours that bus you around the sights. We were met very early at our hotel by a smiling Cambodian called Chen, we were pleasantly surprised when we were told it was only 2 of us on the...More

Thank James_Ivor_Bigun
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14 September 2018|
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Response from kathleenbT9943CW | Reviewed this property |
Yes, I’m not much taller and nether was the group leader!
11 May 2018|
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Response from Cora M | Reviewed this property |
Depends on the season. We were there in May, and we were just with 3.
5 May 2018|
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Response from JocSLP | Reviewed this property |
You need to be in pretty decent physical shape to do the bike tour. You spend 6 hours on and off the bike. When you are not riding, you are walking around sites. The road is very bumpy