Cycle on lesser known paths
Look for these peculiar statues engulfed by massive trees
It's just right that local villagers are proud of these structures that are unique to the region
Have a go with Vietnam's best coffee from the town of Pleiku
Be the like the locals and enjoy the city in the best transport available
Delight in the vast sceneries of the ride
Observe the influences left behind by former rulers whether it's in the architecture or food
The most high-end accommodation in Pleiku with inviting rooms.

Cultural Road from Hoi An to Siem Reap

Duration
14 days
Site savings
$87
From
$2,813 USD

Riding along the Vietnamese coastline, visit the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Hoi An, Southeast Asia’s major trading ports during the 17th and 18th centuries, and My Son, the ancient centre of the Cham civilization. Stop at My Lai for a somber tour of one of the worst massacres of the American/Vietnam War, then head into the central highlands, riding through scenic countryside before reaching Pleiku, home of the best coffee in Vietnam. The next day, cross the border to Cambodia to explore the local Khmer life. Take a cruise on the Mekong River to see the endangered Irrawaddy dolphins and ride through the picturesque town of Siem Reap, which hosts the magnificent temple sites of the Angkor Wat complex.

  • Category
    Adventurous
  • Type
    Fully Guided
  • Duration
    14 days
  • Culture Level
    Adventurous
  • Skill Level
    2 - Novice
  • Activity Level
    3 - Active
  • Elevation
    3 - Intermediate
  • Terrain
    Hilly
  • Distance
    491.5 miles
  • Avg. Daily Distance
    44.7 miles
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5.0
Awesome
from 2 reviews
Accommodation
5.0
Bikes
5.0
Communication
5.0
Meals
5.0
Route
5.0
Scenery
5.0
Service
5.0
Value
5.0
Overall Rating:

One with the environment

Tom Adair — December 2015
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

Great way to be totally in the environment and with the people as opposed to being sealed in a bus with tourists. Great guys (guide and driver). Became friends with both of them.

Overall Rating:

Enjoyable!

Christopher Barnes — January 2012
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

Top ten things I enjoyed:

Biking small back roads.
The small tour group (only 5 people).
All of the children shouting "hello" to us.
Learning about the local cultures.
The support from our drivers- always having snacks and drinks.
The insights from our guides.
Seeing places at the pace of a bicycle.
Visiting anchient temples.
The food.
Great location for the rest day in Banlung.