Roll through some exquisite architecture and history on this incredible tour
Pedal around some of the ancient wonders of the world
Feel the peace and tranquility of this lovely region
Witness natural and manmade splendour in this part of the world
Taste the local cuisine, as fresh as it can get
Visit some of the most revered and spectacular landmarks of the region

Cycle IndoChina and Angkor

14 days
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$3,100 USD

Cycle through awe-inspiring ancient monuments across 3 countries over a 14 day biking adventure. This journey takes you through three countries with divergent histories and subtly different cultures. From the bustling streets of Bangkok to the serene tranquillity of the shimmering paddy fields, to the magnificence of Angkor’s temples, you will see a little piece of everything these amazing countries have to offer.

  • Category
    Cultural & Historical
  • Type
    Fully Guided
  • Duration
    14 days
  • Culture Level
    Out There
  • Skill Level
    2 - Novice
  • Activity Level
    3 - Active
  • Elevation
    2 - Moderate
  • Terrain
  • Distance
    308.8 miles
  • Avg. Daily Distance
    34.2 miles
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  • Where does the tour start and end?

    The tour starts in Bangkok, Thailand, passes through Cambodia, and ends in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) in Vietnam. Fly into Bangkok International Airport (BKK - Suvarnabhumi) and fly out of Tân Sơn Nhứt International Airport (SGN) in Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City.

  • How long is the tour? How many cycling days?

    The tour is 14 days long with 9 days cycling.

  • What's the tour like?

    This trip is rated Activity Level 3- Moderate and classified Road. The terrain and road quality is generally good tarmac in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, with some easy dirt roads in Thailand and Vietnam. Conditions will be hot and humid and there are some long days, but there are very few hills. Traffic levels in South East Asia are higher near the larger towns, so you should be comfortable riding occasionally in traffic. Though many of the roads are in good condition you should expect potholes and occasional poor road conditions.

  • Is a bike available?

    Yes, either late model Trek Marlin 7 or late model Specialised Pitch Comp 650B Hard Tail Mountain bikes with disc brakes, all-terrain tires and lockable front suspension are included for the Thailand/Cambodia rides. Giant Rincon disc mountain bike with front suspension are available on Vietnam rides.

    Alternatively, you can bring your own bike (BYO) but this is on a request basis and additional charges may apply to cover the transportation of your bike during the tour.


    1. The equipment remains the property of the supplier and you may not sell, hire out or part possession with the equipment.

    2. You must not misuse the equipment and must return it in the same condition as when received (ordinary wear and tear excepted). The supplier is entitled to charge for any damage caused to the equipment during the period of hire.

    3. You must ensure that the equipment is adequately secured when not in use. In the event of the equipment being lost or stolen, you may be liable for the replacement value of the equipment

    4. You must not use the equipment whilst under the influence of drink or drugs and should immediately notify the Supplier in the event of breakdown or loss.

    Extra Bike Bits

    You may like to bring your own pedals and saddle (excluding the seat post) or gel saddle cover to fit to the hire bikes. The tour operator encourages this, if it is your preference. However, please note that you are responsible for your own equipment, and removing your saddle/pedals at the end of the trip. They cannot guarantee the return of any bike parts left behind.

  • Do I have the wear/bring a helmet?

    Wearing a helmet is mandatory for anyone taking part in this cycling holiday. Group members must bring their own helmets, as they are not available for hire.

    Cycling of all kinds has its dangers and accidents can happen from time to time. Please ensure that you are properly prepared for the riding you are going to undertake.

    Recommended Cycling Clothing

    Padded cycling shorts (with loose 'over-shorts' where recommended), breathable clothing, and a lightweight waterproof/windproof top. Shoes with relatively stiff soles are better for biking but are not essential unless you are cycling long distances. Most people want to carry certain items with them during the day while cycling, for this we recommend a large bum-bag or small close-fitting daysack.

  • Should I have travel insurance?

    Yes. It is a condition of joining this holiday that you must be fully insured against medical and personal accident risks (to include repatriation costs and air ambulance or helicopter rescue services where appropriate). On arrival in destination for your trip, you will be asked to present details to your leader or local representative of your policy.

  • Can I have a private room? What is the single supplement cost?

    A single supplement is applicable if you are travelling alone or wish to have your own room. The price varies depending on the dates chosen and this information can be found in the tour overview page of the website on the bottom right of the screen in the "tour options and upgrades".

  • Are transfers from and to the airport free?

    Yes, on this specific tour, transfers are free if you're staying at the same hotel as the tour's designated hotel on Day 1 and the last day.  Please provide us with your flight details so it can be organised. 

Overall Rating:
Cycling through Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam
Nicki Ashenden
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

This was our third cycling trip with Exodus. It was an amazing journey and adventure and we loved every single moment of it. It was a fantastic way to see some ‘highlights’ of three beautiful countries.
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?
Without a doubt Cambodia - it's such a beautiful country; cycling through villages in Cambodia and Vietnam; the wonderful night in the homestay; the food and the border crossings!
What did you think of your group leader?
Nut - what we can we say, he is an absolute star and gave us such a wonderful holiday from start to finish. We have been really lucky to have had fantastic group leaders in our previous trips but Nut just stands out there. He has a wonderful sense of humour, makes you feel incredibly safe and well looked after, has such patience when he has to tell you for the third time as you are so tired when and where we are meeting for dinner or the morning, his knowledge is incredible. He’s amazing!!!
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?
The heat - this has been said in previous reviews about the heat and this cannot be underestimated. We went early March and the cycling in Thailand was tough due to the heat. Nut was brilliant and shortened the distances between refreshment stops due to this but it is hard going. Don’t however let this put you off, the cycling is relatively flat apart from a few rolling hills, take padded shorts, there are plenty of opportunities for washing so pack light. Insect repellent is also a must. Be also prepared for long days - it’s a tiring trip but definitely worth it.
Is there anything else you would like to add?
This was a wonderful cycling holiday - we were a group of 5 and became a “cycling family” very quickly even spending our free evenings together. We laughed our way round and supported each other through three different countries. We can not recommend this trip enough.

A fantastic adventure!
Mark Walker
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

The trip was great from beginning to end, the cycling was great, the guides were knowledgeable, the support crew looked after us, the other adventurers were class acts and it was an amazing way to see Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?
Seeing the children of Cambodia cycling to school was amazing, in a country that has suffered so much this was heartwarming to see. Cycling through the rural Vietnam and seeing village life was a privilege and put the rest of the country into context.
What did you think of your group leader?
Seen was outstanding, his knowledge, helpfulness, caring attitude and sense of humour got us all through.
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?
Get some sun sleeves, they’re like arm warmers but just keep the sun and uv off during the heat of the day, they’re like £6 on Amazon. Drink plenty of fluid, there’s always some on offer, don’t take clip on pedals you don’t need them. (IMO) take something to clean your water bottle and do this every night. Enjoy the company of your fellow travellers and don’t pack to much on our trip the lightest packer packed 6kg and the heaviest around 30kg. I came in at 12 and took way too much stuff.
Is there anything else you would like to add?
I was nervous about booking this trip, but it was the best decision I’ve made in a year, there was no reason to worry. I did no prep and had a fantastic time.

Cycling across Cambodia and Vietnam
Mark Mills
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

The trip took us through some rural scenery in the Far East. It was a treat to see the real country as well as the big cities. I was pleasantly surprised by the level of back up from the support team. They seemed to have thought of everything.
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?
It had been a bucket list thing for me to visit Angkor Wat. It was a serene moment when we first set eyes on the temples and even more so when a buddhist monk blessed our cycling team.
What did you think of your group leader?
Our group leader Seen was outstanding. His professionalism, helpful nature and positive attitude was inspirational. Does this man ever have a bad day?!? He handled the situations presented by our group with discretion and efficiency. I give him top marks.
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?
My best advice is to pack only the basics. The bikes are suited to normal street shoes/trainers and there’s only a need for one water bottle on the bike as there are plenty of refreshment stops along the way from our snacks kitty. They even supplied electrolyte powder for the water. I took a tumble in Vietnam and destroyed my crash helmet in the process. Thankfully, my skull survived.
Is there anything else you would like to add?
I’m glad that the Exodus philosophy to responsible travel extends to home stays and stopping for lunch with local families. It’s great to support these communities with our custom. As a bonus, the food was delicious and authentic. I hope that you enjoy the experience as much as I did.