Cycling & untouched Beaches

9 Days, exploring Cambodia, from Vietnam Border through untouched beaches to the capital and ended in Siem Reap Angkor Wat.

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This Adventure is designed for Beaches, mountains, the modern capital and Cultural heritages on Half Cycling and half on seat belt with air-cons.
Day 1Pick up from Prek Chak border at noon, bike 20km (you feel like 70km as its strong wind) to Kep. During this bike ride you can see: Fish market nearby border, beautiful green rice field with mountain way behind, Salt field which the main economical production in the area, local lives and if luckily you can see plenty of fishing boats along the beach while you get back home.Take the boat to Rabbit Island.Check-In Bungalows, dinner will be cooked by our team by the beach.Overnight in Kep!
Day2In the morning will take the boat back to Kep for Breakfast. Afterward, visit Crap market. And you bike for 45km to Kompot. In this areas you can see: Wat sorsei pagoda which you can go up and do a little adventure in caves (don’t forget your mosquito spay), real locals villages and their sugarcane plantation, rail way from French colonization, Secret Lake( complicated system lake built during Pol Pot regime) and Phnom Cha Ngok where you can see nice view and a little 6th century brick temple inside as well as you come back down by Adventuring in dark rocky caves.Lunch in Kompot city, visit local market later. Check –in Hotel. Everyone enjoy free afternoon…Dinner on Program, overnight in Kompot !
Day 3After breakfast, we head on to Sihanouk ville till Ream Beach we start to bike for 20 km (this is hilly road, the most exciting…). You will bike along Ream Beach. You will visit a village nearby where we have to across a river by boat. Later on, go up to the mountain which great view up here and bike down to Otress beach and straight to Ochheu Teal beach where you have lunch as well as check-In in hotel. Everyone enjoys free afternoon…Dinner in town, overnight in sihanouk ville!
Day 4After Breakfast, we bike for 45km (hilly road) to Teuk Chhur , a beautiful water fall, you can swim there. The way to get here ,there 2 options , to those who are serious adventurer can take short cut (straight up to mountain) while the normal adventurer take an easy ride (40 minutes faster) Afterward, you bike back to city as well as enjoy Lunch in town.Everyone has free afternoon.Dinner on your own, overnight in Sihanouk ville!
Day 5After breakfast, we go on by bus to Phnom Pehn , the capital city. Lunch will be in the capital. Later on, you will visit Wat Phnom (the origin of Phnom Pehn), Royal Palace, and S-21 prison.Finally, Check-in in hotel. Everyone enjoy free evening, dinner on your own. Overnight in Phnom Pehn!
Day 6After Fancy breakfast, you head on and bike from Odung to Kompong Chhnang for 75 km. Lunch will be cooked by our team in the village. Afternoon, you will visit Pottery and Airport during Pot Pot regime.Finally, you head straight to Siem Reap by Bus . Check-In in hotelDinner will be awesome in hotel. Overnight in Siem Reap!
Day 7After fancy breakfast in Angkor, we bike to Angkor.Angkor Thom(the capital city during king Jayavaman 7th ,1181-1218, it was 10 times bigger than London), Ta Prohm ( very fascinating with trees and its roots , shows us how nature takes over human creation, Tom Raider movies filmed here) . Lunch at Srah Srong Finally Angkor Wat, the largest Hindu complex in the world, built during 1112-1150 by the king Soryavaman 2nd.Dinner on your own!
Day 8After breakfast, you will visit Tonle Sap lake, Kompong Kleang floating village, the largest lake in South East Asia.Lunch in a local family house on Floating area. Come back to city and Everyone enjoys their own shopping or spar in town! Farewell Dinner (All guests can cook whatever they want for our team in my home, and listen to them what they got from this trip), overnight in Siem Reap!
Day 9Everyone fly out , end the Trip
Note our team:Two English Speaking Trip Leaders,one Truck Driverone Bus driver

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