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This was a good trip overall to get out of the busy city. Beautiful country side. But the guide did not share much about the area, and I had to look up most of what we saw on the internet when we got back to the hotel. There was also a money issue at the local restaurant, the guide was worthless and did not help.
Explore the natural wonders and ancient treasures of the Phnom Kulen National Park on this full-day tour from Siem Reap. Discover ancient Khmer ruins, receive a blessing at the sacred River of a Thousand Lingas, visit the famous Reclining Buddha, and take a swim beneath the Kulen Waterfall.
Average trip, best parts were a good tour guide (Vanna), sunset on the boat and open bar. Food is average and the boat ride is nothing spectacular. You ride down a pretty dirty river with another 30 or so boats doing similar tours. The actual floating villages were neat to see as well.
Not bad - but please do not set your expectation too high!
, Oct 2019
The wooden boat is smaller compared to what I have expected. Guide explained very routinely on the car drive on the way from hotel and jetty, than nothing more on the boat. I would suggest the guide to use microphone and explained more things along the waterway. We did make a stop at crocodile farm to look at the few dozens of crocodiles piling in a narrow pit and moved on, finally reaching to the two-storeyed Queen Tara boat, the bigger boat to serve food and sunset view. At least, food and drinks are fine and view is spectacular. I am just comparing with sunset cruise at Laung Prabang in Laos which provides better vessel, cuisines and tour guide, as well as community entertainment on the way - at a relatively lesser rate.
Exploring the floating villages of Tonle Sap Lake is a popular choice for a day trip from Siem Reap, but the most atmospheric time to visit is at sunset. On this evening tour, cruise to the floating village of Chong Khneas, glide past lotus fields and stilted houses, visit a crocodile farm, and enjoy a typical Cambodian lunch at a floating restaurant with an open bar.
Our guide Mr. Sin Peng Eang was delightful. Picked up at time stated, warm welcome and comfortable van. Mr Sin was knowledgable and enthusiastic and made the day whizz by. The sights of Angkor are amazing and this was a great way to see them in a relatively short time. Lunch very tasty. Yes it was very warm, but there is iced water and wet wipes each time you return to the van. Also toilet breaks! Highly recommend.
You need to visit the temples with an amazing guide named Mr Sok Chea ! He is one the finest guide I have ever came across. From the history of the temples to taking amazing pictures, he is just perfect. Plus we were a nice lil group of 6 people. Perfect tour for a short stay in Siem reap.
This was a fantastic trip - Sin was a great guide with lots of interesting facts and knowledge! I could not believe how different each of the temples was, and was so grateful to get the opportunity to see some of these world heritage sites!
The UNESCO-listed Angkor Archeological Site is a highlight of any visit to Cambodia, with temples and sculptures that sprawl across 150 square miles (400 square km.). This full-day, small-group tour makes it possible to explore the complex in one day with a professional historian guide. In addition to visiting Angkor’s architectural highlights, take in jungle-shrouded buildings.
This package is designed for those who would like to discover the best temples outside Angkor complex. This is a flexible package giving you the structure of an itinerary, but allowing you to set your own pace. This is based on you purchasing a 3 day temple pass
See Angkor Wat and the best temples outside the Angkor complex too
Travel comfortably between sites with transportation organized for you
Save hours of research time and enjoy having a full schedule taken care of
A private tour ensures a more personalized experience
The agency was easy to communicate with. The tickets were not at our hotel on arrival but came that evening after I emailed. Unfortunately they said there were no three day tickets for my dates so I ended up buying the 7 days which with the agency fee was very expensive. On top of that there was no ticket queue on the day we went (Feb 2029) and tickets were obviously available
well worth paying the extra $23 dollars for the 3 day pass as we wanted it to use from day 1 (After arriving late night the day prior from bangkok). The team at the travel agency were prompt and constantly in touch.. thank you
Save the hassle of visiting the ticket office by buying your 1-, 3-, or 7-day Angkor Archaeological Park pass in advance. Rather than waiting in line to purchase your pass on the day—particularly inconvenient if you’re heading to Angkor Wat for sunrise—your pass is delivered to your hotel the night before your visit, meaning you can go directly to temples such as Ta Prohm and Banteay Samre without wasting time.
Full day Angkor Sunrise Bike Tour Inclusive of Jungle Breakfast & Lunch
Great day but know what you are signing up for
, Jan 2020
I loved seeing the sun rise over Angkor Wat and then touring the temple which had been on my bucket list for many years. The reason I say know what you are signing up for is because we did 22 km through the jungle on a mountain bike which even me who is in pretty good shape was tired and very sore at the end of the day. If you can handle it this tour is a lot of fun.
I loved this day! I thought biking was so fun and a great way to get from temple to temple, as well as take in additional sights such as local landmarks and villages. Grasshopper took care of every detail for us. Would highly recommend! I do think our tour guide could have been a bit more thorough in some places on the temple tours but I think part of that may have been due to a language barrier, and it was great that he was a local of the area.
Get an early start to watch the morning light splash over Angkor Wat’s triple towers, a fantastic beginning to your full-day bicycling tour among the ruins of the Angkor Kingdom. Your local guide leads you through the Angkor Archaeological Park, showing you several iconic temples in the sprawling complex. Stop to stroll around different sites and examine intricate stone carvings and statues. Your small-group tour is limited to six participants, and includes a Western breakfast and Khmer lunch, and round-trip transport by minivan from Siem Reap.
We liked the tour and they did a good job avoiding the crowds whenever possible. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and spoke english well. Everything went as planned and of course, the place is amazing.
Explore the Angkor complex and other Cambodian ruins on this 2-day tour. The itinerary includes the remote temples of Banteay Srei, Banteay Samre, Pre Rup, and the “Big Loop,” a collection of temples outside Angkor Wat. The following day, tour the 12th-century city of Angkor, including the must-see ruins of Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Bayon, Ta Prohm, and Baphuon. Plus, visit a small unrestored temple in the middle of the jungle.
Discover the mysteries of Angkor on this full-day, small-group temples tour from Siem Reap. See the iconic Angkor Wat and the enigmatic faces of Bayon temple. Wander around Ta Prohm, where the trees are intertwined among the ruins, and enjoy a traditional lunch at Sras Srang -- the Royal Baths. This is a perfect tour for those who want to see the highlights of the Angkor temples in one day.
Arranging transport and activities in an unfamiliar country is often difficult. Skip the hassle of advance planning and maximize limited time in Vietnam and Cambodia on a 10-day tour that reveals the highlights of each country. You'll travel between Hanoi, Halong Bay, the Mekong Delta, Ho Chi Minh City and Siem Reap, home to Angkor Archeological Park, with ease, and benefit from a guide's local knowledge throughout.
Spend half a day exploring the rural countryside around Siem Reap with this bicycle tour. After being fitted with a bicycle and helmet, your English-speaking guide will lead you through back roads, across rice fields and farms, and into small local villages where you'll learn about how locals live, first hand.
Guided Angkor Temple Bike Tour from Siem Reap Inclusive of Lunch
Guided Angkor Temple Bike Tour
, Jan 2020
Country side bicycling showing real life and housing. Nice local lunch. Temple visits with beautiful sights and interesting facts and storytelling by our guide Samnang Chan. Excellent way of spending a day
We rode with Chen and some lovely travelers to 3 temples. Chen was a very informative guide - he knew a ton about the temples and shared with us some key insights to understanding current Cambodian culture. Highly recommend!
We are so happy we took this tour! Biking turned out to be a phenomenal way to see the temples because we saw the countryside all around them, more than if we had taken a bus. Biking through the very large, impressive gates on either side of the temple complex was an experience I won’t forget! And the exercise was also nice! Our tour guide was very informative and happily answered our many, many questions (we’re history buffs).
I would do this tour again tomorrow if I could!
Enjoy a full-day bicycle tour to see Angkor’s major temples and experience the lush Cambodian countryside around Siem Reap. Your experienced local guide shows you highlights of the Angkor Archaeological Park including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm Temples, in addition to some lesser-known sights along the route. Get the chance to experience this breathtaking landscape on a small-group tour with a maximum of 14 participants, ensuring personalized attention from your guide. Bonus: this tour includes refreshments and a delicious lunch.
I highly recommend this tour, and I would like to especially commend our tour guide, MR. T!!! The tour guides in Cambodia by our experience are generally passionate and knowledgeable, but Mr T is certainly the best. Very kind, passionate, witty and funny. We experienced a roller coaster of emotions during the tour. Also, he knows where and how to take the best pics. Big thumbs up!
This tour allowed me to see the sites I wanted to see in one day. Be mindful the staff did a good job to cover all the area on my list and the food was also great. Not included with this package but still the food was great. I would recommend you get What’s app to be able to link up with your tour guide about pick up time and location. They only down side was the tour guide when on with personal conversations and minimal knowledge about the locations which I felt it may have taken time away from being able to take more pictures of the sites. Again I was able to cover all sites I wanted to see and depart for a flight later that day. You have to be willing to adjust to a fast pace if you are going to take on a tour like this. All in all pretty good tour.
Explore the key sites of the UNESCO-listed Angkor Wat complex (admission at your own expense) during this small-group tour. Learn about the history of Cambodia and Siem Reap from your tour guide as you visit the Terrace of the Elephants, South Gate of Angkor Thom, the Ta Prohm Temple, and much more. This tour also offers the opportunity to watch the sunrise over the ancient temples as well as hotel pickup and drop-off.
This was my favorite tour of the trip! Kim was great. He was very knowledgeable and friendly. Everywhere he took us the food was incredible. Amazing opportunity to go to one of the villages out of town and have a meal cooked by a local family. Definitely recommend this tour!
Enjoy unlimited food, beer, and soft-drinks on this tuk-tuk tour of Siem Reap's local cuisine. Visit 4 authentic eateries and a bar, including street food from the oldest stall in town, charcoal-grilled water buffalo stuffed in grape leaves in the kitchen of Siem Reap’s oldest guesthouse, and sipping beer and watch the cows come home during sunset outside of the bustling city. This tour features many off-menu and private kitchen experiences that you can't get anywhere else, with Khmer guides and hosts that have deep roots in Siem Reap. The entire 9-course menu is produced within Siem Reap province, down to the home-made fermented rice noodles and garlic-chili sauces. Get a true taste of what Siem Reap is really all about before enjoying historically themed cocktails to end the night just off pub-street.
We had the best time on this sunrise tour and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it. Our guide was super friendly and knowledgeable. The bikes were in great condition. We were given plenty of water and opportunities to stop when we wanted too. The bike riding component was fairly easy, we did about 24kms. But you stop plenty of times so doesn't feel like you ride that far if you're worried about your bike fitness. Was awesome riding through the tracks off the main roads and even saw some monkey's! And of course the temples were amazing.
Thanks for a great tour!
Experience the magic of sunrise over Angkor Wat with this early riser tour. After watching the sunrise, set out to explore the Angkor Temples by bike, allowing you to escape the crowds and admire the scenery as you follow traffic-free trails around the ruins. Take in highlights including Bayon, Preah Khan, Ta Prohm, and Angkor Thom, and enjoy a tasty Cambodian-style breakfast and lunch by the temples.
Do and head over to the buzzing Road 60 Market for some delicious local food. With a local foodie showing you the must-try bites, enjoy ten delicious tastings, from a sandwich so good that it made it into the local paper to delicious coconut flavoured Cambodian desserts.
Explore a local foodie market and soak up the flavours, smells and aromas that fill the air. Then start your tasting experience with a local classic, beef satay. These yummy skewers can either be enjoyed alone, with papaya sauce or in a baguette. The choice is yours.
Then swing by a stall for a delicious sandwich, which was brought to Cambodia by the French many years ago. This particular tasty snack is well known in Siem Reap and has even appeared in the local newspaper and on the radio. Ready for more? This experience has several more delicious tastings guaranteed to make your tastebuds dance.
All our local hosts are passionate foodies and can’t wait to share their favorite local treats with you.
Spend time at some of the outlying temples in the UNESCO-listed Angkor Archaeological Park with this private full-day tour to Beng Melea and Koh Ker. See the rural parts of Cambodia as you travel by private air-conditioned vehicle from Siem Reap to Beng Melea, which is located about 44 miles (70 km) away. Your guide shares live commentary about the highlights of each temple complex.
With two full days to explore Angkor Archeological Site, you can cover Angkor’s most dramatic highlights, including Banteay Srei, a magnificent and little-visited temple set deep in the countryside. Traveling in a climate-controlled vehicle is a great way to keep cool between the sweltering sites, and the tour includes sunrise at Angkor Wat, a classic experience made smoother by pre-arranging your early morning transport.
These activities explore Cambodia's history and you visit and walk into the most attractive sites in Siem Reap, hearing the Khmer Empire story at these temple Angkor Wat, Terrace of Elephants, Bayon to the tomb-raiding Ta Prohm, before devouring a Khmer feast fit for a king and enjoy our traditional Khmer Foods in local village run by a family.
- Full-day tour of Angkor Temple Complex
- Visit the jungle temple of Ta Prohm
- See the iconic Angkor Wat
- See the magnificent smiling stone heads of the Bayon temple
- Enjoy a Cambodian lunch (included)
View the sunrise with Angkor Wat as your scenic backdrop on this full-day tour of the Angkor Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Depart in the early morning by tuk-tuk from Siem Reap and explore architectural masterpieces dating back to the 12th century. Visit the city of Angkor Thom, the Bayon, Preah Khan Temple, and Ta Prohm, as well as lesser-known temples, pavilions, courtyards and reflecting ponds in the Angkor complex.
Travelers who want to avoid spending too long outside during the heat of the day will love this well-timed evening tour. In the late afternoon you’ll be taken out into the countryside around Siem Reap. Visit villages and a Buddhist monastery, getting the chance to interact with the locals and seeing how the monks spend their time in prayer. Top off the evening with magical sunset views over the rice fields.
INCREDIBLE!! Where to start...our guide Ngan Sopheap was absolutely brilliant, her English and knowledge of the temples was second to none. We were collected at 8am and taken to get our entry passes to the temples. Our guide asked us if we didn't mind doing the temples round the reverse way than what was advertised, so Ta Prohm 1st then Angkor Wat she advised we would beat some of the crowds this way round (and that's exactly what we did).
Ta Prohm is beautiful, seeing how nature has taken over the temple and the way the trees have wrapped around this impressive temple is just mind blowing. Next stop Angkor Wat....what a sight to see. In truth its hard to believe how this temple was built let alone knowing it was built in the 12th century. The carvings and the structures were so beautiful and the grounds so well kept. Our guide was so informative and helpful we couldn't ask for anything more. My only advise would be to ensure you have plenty of water and a good hat, Angkor Wat is very open with shade few and far between. Highly recommend this trip.
Whatever you do in Cambodia do not make the mistake of only seeing Angkor Wat as while it is impressive it feels like a tourist trap - Ta Prohm is the true treasure where nature is reclaiming what man hath wrought.
Visit Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm on a private tour of Angkor Archeological Site that’s designed to take in two top Angkor highlights in just half a day of exploring. You’ll see two dramatically varied sites that offer great perspective on the best of Angkor’s architecture and artwork: start with Angkor Wat’s exquisite carvings and shrines, then visit an atmospheric jungle temple where stones intertwine with vines and tree roots.
Set off early and beat the tour groups on this day trip to Phnom Kulen National Park, the birthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire. On this private tour, enjoy waterfalls and swimming holes and explore landmarks like the reclining Buddha at Preah Ang Thom and the River of 1000 Lingas without the strict schedules or stressful crowds of a large tour group. In the afternoon, visit the majestic pink sandstone temple of Banteay Srei and get stunning photos to take back home.
Our tour guide Nil was wonderful and had us experience an array of local food, the normal eats and then the bugs! So much fun and so chilled. We got to see many locals way of life and Nil also engaged us with a lot of interesting info on every day life in Siem Riep. We definitely went to markets and tried food we wouldn't have normally done on our own so it was awesome doing this with a local guide to show us around. Learned so much! Everyone was so friendly too 😊
The tour started great we had some interesting dishes from one the local food vendors then had a very interesting and eye opening tour through the local food market and definitely went places we probably would not have on our own as evidenced by the non existent tourists at the market. From there we went across town to another market that was definitely for the locals looking to buying ever day wears....it was at this market that we had a chance to try locally prepared insects, frogs and worms...yummy!
It was after we left this market and headed to dinner that things got a bit weird. Our male guide suggested we try a local restaurant where local business men congregate and families to celebrate special occasions. It looked suspicious going in with the waitresses' uniforms looking a bit provocative...the restaurant was obviously a place for ladies of ill repute to connect with business men ( We saw it happening) and or others looking for special company...very uncomfortable for our family. Additionally, the guide invited our two drivers to eat with us which in and by itself is ok except they were drinking beers....which also made us feel uncomfortable. Just a heads up.
Eat like a local in Siem Reap on this small-group walking tour. Soak up the atmosphere at the night market, learn more about Cambodian cuisine and culture, and sample an array of tasty snacks, street food dishes, and Khmer specialties.
Check off all Siem Reap’s signature historic attractions in one action-packed day on this private tuk-tuk tour tailor-made for time-pressed travelers. Skip the haggling hassles and enjoy the attentions of your own private guide as you tour Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm, Ta Nei, and Banteay Kdei. Tour includes door-to-door round-trip transfers and guide but excludes entrance fees.