Angkor temple Riding



Angkor is the word in Cambodian language (khmer) that means city and it was a capital of Cambodia one thousand years ago, the same time when it was strong City there are hundreds of beautiful temples were built during that period such as Angkor wat temple.

There are a lot of tourists go and visiting temple by taking vehicles or other transports so this is now become very traffic on the roads and also not good for the environment.

Biking is another thing to get away from the crowd by taking off roads on the dirt trails through the villages, there are many thing to see on the way till temple and our guides are ready for the great story of Angkor wat and explore around two hours, Angkor wat is the temple was built in the early 12nd century and dedicated to Hindu gods.

After Angkor wat temple take a break 25 minutes for cold water, fruits and snacks then continue riding to the neighboring temple called Angkor thom and this place is place where the king lived so it has a wall to defend this complex and to get away from the bus, the wall is the great way to ride on the top to explore a beautiful landscape of the corner temple and the gate then riding to the Buddhist temple called bayon and visiting around one hour, Bayon temple is the temple was built in the late 12nd century dedicated to the Buddha and it is temple details about the daily life of people how they lived, what did they do on the gallery wall from that period.  

After Bayon temple riding to take a break for lunch one hour with the delicious local foods nearby the temple then in the afternoon continue biking to Ta prohm temple which is rounded by the fascinated green rainforest wall on the way, Ta prohm temple is the temple was built in the late 12nd and early 13rd century and dedicated to the Buddha and the king’s mother located on the low and wet land then over hundred years so many trees and green plantation took over the temple and also selected to film the Hollywood movie Tom Raider, visiting around one hour.

Daily, full day riding from 7:30am till 5:00pm 35km
$45 per person include cold water, fruits, snacks, lunch and cycling and temple guide.
Note: Temple Entry Pass is not included

THE PRICE IN US$ CASH (NO CREDIT CARD) Full Day

1-2 pax

3 plus more pax

$45

$39


Remark:
  • Angkor Entry Pass one day cost $20, two and three days cost $40 and need to pay in cash
  • Please dress properly for visiting temples. If you wear shorts and T-shirts, make sure they are long enough to be knee length and shoulder covered. No scarf or shawl and tank top are allowed.
  • In case, please take camera recharger with you when we have lunch you can recharge it.
  • In Cambodia you needn't to change your money. US Dollar is acceptable everywhere. And even you withdraw your money from ATM it is in USD. SPECIAL NOTICE: No torn or old note of USD cash or coin can use in this country.
  • Sunrise request to add on the day tour is 15USD extra charge and the starting time is 4:45 am (Please tell your hotel to prepare breakfast box for you) and take torchlight with you. Why charge extra? Because it is OT FEE.
  • For the tour fee you will pay when the tour starts or finish it doesn't matter.

 



 



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