Untouched Cambodia

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Untouched Cambodia

Cambodia is Angkor Wat, for sure. But it is also so much more! Experience it with this journey through untouched untouched Cambodia, which ends in the bustling capital Phnom Penh.

Distance:

670 km

Level:

1

Stages:

8

Travel time:

2 to 2,5 weeks

Best travel period

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Culture:

8 / 10

Adventure:

8 / 10

Highlights:
1 Angkor Wat, largest temple complex in the world
2 Bustling Phnom Penh
3 Authentic, untouched Cambodia

Explore the freedom!

Your adventure starts in Siem Reap, from where you can visit the beautiful temple complexes of Angkor, listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Everything can be explored by bicycle. Feel free to take a few days, it is very worth your while.

Afterwards, you set off and cycle through an area that is rarely visited by tourists.

Via a slightly hilly route, you cycle to the north of Cambodia. It is relaxed to cycle on the beautiful, quiet roads. Along the way, you can visit a few beautiful (ruin) temple complexes. You pass through many villages and towns. The nature around you is stunning and you can enjoy many spectacular views.

You follow the mighty Mekong River to the south, mostly cycling on the back roads. Several times you will cross the Mekong River with the ferry. The authentic and sometimes simple villages, the frequent markets and the friendly population will surprise you. You will be stunned by all you see. You will most likely be an attraction yourself!

After 8 stages you will reach the bustling city of Phnom Penh, which is a great city to be at. We have set out a nice route passing all sights you cannot miss while in Phnom Penh. You should definitely not miss a visit to the Royal Palace. Actually, the Killing Fields we definitely recommend not skipping! Do you have about 2 weeks and would you like to see an untouched part of Cambodia by bicycle? Then choose this unique cycling trip!

This route can be extended, we are happy to advise you on the various options.
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