Check off this iconic heritage site from your bucket list
Sniff the fragrant fruits and immerse yourself in Vietnam and Cambodia's colors
Roll those wheels in the countryside and have glimpse of the local life
Maximize your vacation and explore two countries
Have fun and at the same time learn history
Spend some time in majestic places that tell stories of the past

Road Biking from Saigon to Angkor

Duration
13 days
Site savings
$57
From
$2,850 USD

Hop aboard your road bike and glide through the glorious backdrops of both Vietnam and Cambodia on this spectacular journey of a lifetime. Marvel at the jaw dropping beauty of Angkor Wat, delve into the dark and fascinating history of Vietnam, kick back on beaches and explore fine hilltop cities. Along the way, enjoy the encouragement and welcoming approach of locals as you tackle this superb bicycle adventure.

  • Category
    Road Cycling
  • Destination
    Vietnam
  • Duration
    13 days
  • Culture Level
    Adventurous
  • Skill Level
    3 - Intermediate
  • Activity Level
    4 - Challenging
  • Elevation
    3 - Intermediate
  • Terrain
    Mixed
  • Distance
    674.8 miles
  • Avg. Daily Distance
    68.4 miles
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  • How many days is the tour?

    You have 13 days and 12 nights of fun on this tour, 10 of which will be spent on the bike.


  • Where does the tour start and finish?

    The Grand Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City is the starting point of the tour, beginning at 3:00pm. There will be a city tour to kick things off. Ho Chi Minh City can be accessed via Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN).

    The tour ends in Siem Reap where your can take in local activities in the morning and then jet off in the afternoon. The tour operator can provide transfers to Siem Reap International Airport (REP).


  • How many riders will be in the group? Is there a minimum age to join this tour?

    We can't say for certain how many will be joining; keeping the tour personal, there are never more than 16 participants. This tour runs with as few as 2.

    The minimum age to participate is 18 years old.

  • Can you describe the tour?

    The tour is 100% on road, and the route was designed with road bikers in mind. You'll start cycling on Vietnam's coast with a flat warm-up ride to get used to your bikes, then the riding begins in earnest. The toughest day will be early, with a 2,641-m climb on Day 3. It's downhill after that and then flat once you enter Cambodia.

    The total distance is 1,096 km in 10 cycling days on smooth tarmac roads. The trip is fully supported, and your guide’s expert knowledge of the area and terrain means that you always know what is coming up in terms of distance and difficulty. This makes a tremendous difference, as does the constant supply of cold drinks, ice, and fresh fruit.

    Suitability: This is a tour for cyclists possessing a moderate to high level of physical fitness. Fitness will be a huge asset on those long days and on the climb to Dalat. The tour is fully supported, and the bus is always close at hand for those that find the riding too difficult.

    Biking Conditions: You'll ride between 30 km and 160 km a day. The roads are 100% tarmac and overall in good condition, but there can be short, rough, potholed sections. You can slow down through these and ride carefully.

  • Are bike hires available?

    Yes, you can hire bikes locally. The bikes are Trek road bikes with Shimano components. If you bring your own bike, please make sure it is a road bike and that it is in good mechanical order.

Overall Rating:
5.0/5
The food was a wonderful surprise
Elizabeth Austin
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

I was a little nervous to eat 'food on the road' but every choice that was made for us was easy and delicious. The teams took every dietary consideration into account. I found the food part of our trip a wonderful surprise.

Awesome camaraderie
Russell Brimelow
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

Brilliant trip, ably guided and a great spirit of camaraderie. Vietnam was a great place to visit, with friendly people and great food. Will definitely be back

Experienced the real Cambodia
Simon Obel
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

Fantastic and dedicated guide and support crew, got to see and experience the real Cambodia and their way of life, far more than normal tourists would see. Loved getting to visit locals in their properties, or just stop by a stall on the side of the road to try their goods