Watch the sunrise over Angkor Wat on a 9-hour bike tour of the Angkor Kingdom, and cycle around the ruins of the temples in the soft morning light.…
What people are saying about Srah Srang
Bikes were great. Suspension, super wide tyres and disk brakes made things easy Sunrise is definitely the time to see anka wat. Stunning. Our guide was very subdied and even disappeared for a bit but luckily there are a few multilingual guides fiving info so we just listened in. We had some detailed info on the reliefs of ankor wat which was really interesting. Kind of got the feeling that our guide was only interested in talking about a few things All meals were great and plenty of ice cold water. Snacks theough the day and a restaurant lunch included. Great vegi curry and beers! The off road sections were made challenging due to their having been a lot of rain but were all totally doable. There were a couple of difficult sections which the guide gabe alternatives to for less confident members of our group. Cycling through the cambodian countryside, with occasional dips into villages was a memory that will last. It also meant less time on buses on busy roads.
Thanks to our great guide Lot, a perfect organisation including breakfast, lunch and riding though lonely paths in the jungle, good places to see the sunrise and the beauty of the temples by avoiding the crowds, good quality bikes, a good blend of history and fun.. we could not have enjoyed it more. Highly recommended and wothwhile going up early!
The tour was extremely professional! Picked us right on time from our hotel, we arrived in time to get amazing sunrise photos, we cycled through the angkor wat complex and were able to see so much more on bikes! Great equipment, great meals, great guides, great tour! Highly recommended!
Every aspect from start to finish was fantastic. Very knowledgeable guide, delicious food. Very attentive to our needs, cold water and fruit was pushed on us (thankfully) at every rest we took. No wait, no lines, biking is definitely the way to go.
Cycling between the temples was a great way to break it up (after 5 temples they begin to look a little the same). There was some fun off trails, but mostly it was really scenic flat cycling.