Full day Angkor Sunrise Bike Tour Inclusive of Jungle Breakfast & Lunch

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Full day Angkor Sunrise Bike Tour Inclusive of Jungle Breakfast & Lunch
from USD $93.50
Watch the sun rise over the triple towers of Angkor Wat and experience an unforgettable day bicycling among the ruins of the Angkor Kingdom. With an entertaining and informative local guide, you’ll ride the back roads to iconic temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park. Walk around one of the world’s great monuments at its quietest and most inspiring, and enjoy a delicious Western breakfast and Khmer lunch. Includes round-trip transport by minivan from Siem Reap. Numbers are limited to six participants to ensure a personalized experience with a small group.
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In Brief

Siem Reap, Cambodia
10 hours
Important InfoInfo
Start your full-day tour with an early morning pickup from your hotel in Siem Reap, and purchase an Angkor Pass upon entry to the archaeological park. You’ll meet the rest of your small group at the iconic Angkor Wat, where your guide will pick out the perfect spot to watch the dawn break. If the weather cooperates, watch the sun rise behind the monumental temple to provide the most stunning of silhouettes. Even in the wet season, this is a magical time to see Angkor.

As the early crowds thin, take an unforgettable walk through the temple, where the morning light and cool temperatures present Angkor Wat at its best. After your guide provides an overview of Angkor, get fitted with your quality mountain bike and helmet for a short ride to breakfast, provided just outside the temple area in peaceful surroundings.

After a delicious breakfast spread, the rest of your day is spent riding around hidden back trails past ruins in the Angkor complex. With your guide, visit some of the best kept secrets and premier sites including the Bayon, Ta Prom and the Elephant Terrace.

As the day heats up, stop for lunch by a small reservoir called Sra Srang, enjoying delectable dishes of Khmer cuisine. Then return to Siem Reap by minivan, with drop-off at your hotel in the afternoon.

Note: This bike tour covers a distance of approximately 15–18 miles (25–30 km). The ride is mostly on flat paths and small roads without hills, with some small dirt trails unsuitable for beginning riders.


  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • Bike and safety equipment
  • Professional guide
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Snacks and refreshment


  • Angkor pass ($37 for single day entry)
  • Gratuities

Departure Time

5:00 AM

Departure Point

Traveler pickup is offered

Additional Information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Air-conditioned van will travel alongside bikers on this tour to provide water and relief
  • Though this tour has a relatively low difficulty rating, there is some trekking on dirt paths and a reasonable amount of biking skill is required
  • Angkor pass is required to enter the Angkor complex.
  • Pickup time changes by season so please contact the operator a few days before your travel date to confirm your pickup time.
  • We recommend participants wear comfortable clothing and shoes.
  • Sleeveless shirts and see-through shirts are not allowed, and pants and shorts must be at least knee length long in order to be permitted entry to temples
  • Bringing a pair of sunglasses and sunscreen is also recommended
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Infant seats available
  • Most travelers can participate

Booking Information

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

Cancellation Terms

This trip is fully refundable up to 96 hours prior to the commencement of your trip.

Booking Terms and Conditions

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Scoring an average traveller rating of 5 out of 5 based on the last 24 recent reviews

The guys were very knowledgeable and great guides. The equipment was great and better than I expected! I would book this again
• Submitted 14 Feb 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.
• Submitted 17 Jan 2020
this was a great tour! Roem our tour guide was great. there was one other couple with us, so a small group. We were able to see the sunrise and Angkor Wat and then had breakfast and got on our bike to see the other temples. Getting to the other temples by bike was awesome. we went through trails to get there so we weren't on main roads. And we were able to see parts of cambodia that we would never have seen by foot or by car. Also it was cooler under the trees and one bike then just walking around so the bike portion was a great way to break up the trip.
• Submitted 16 Apr 2019
This was really a worthwhile excursion! It was a long day, but the best way to see all the sites in a single day. So glad to have found this!
• Submitted 02 Apr 2019
Mr. Soda was our guide. He was so fantastic, and I do not have enough kind words to say about him. He was happy, funny, extremely knowledgeable of history and legend combined, and he was wonderfully patient with my 10 year old daughter. This was THE HIGHLIGHT of our entire trip in Asia. Soda took us to all of the temples and knew exactly where to take the best pictures which were ALL MIND BLOWING shots! It was truly an adventure of a lifetime, and we will never forget it. This is a MUST DO activity. Worth every penny.
• Submitted 09 Apr 2018
I was kind of dreading this tour once I got to Siem reap and I felt the heat. However when tour day came, little did I realize how cooling it would be to bike in between the temples. We got to go through local villages, see water buffalo, monkeys and elephants. I highly recommend this tour. It was very much relaxed and while no one was racing you should be in decent physical shape. You go up and down a few hills and its very sandy. It is not a flat paved road. Also we got lucky and it didn't rain while we were biking but bring a poncho in case. Also listen to your tour guide, it was so worth the money to have someone educate us about each temple.
• Submitted 29 Jan 2018
Awesome experience! Terrific Guide!
• Submitted 16 Jan 2018
Awesome!!! Words cannot express how amazing this tour was for my full experience in Cambodia. I enjoyed every single minute, tour guides were not only very knowledgeable of the history but also very friendly and helpful. I had lots of fun on my ride with a family from New Zealand. Food was delicious and up to the standards. Although I have not ridden a bike for quite a long time due to a back problem and I even fell a few bruises a few days later on my trip : , I was able to make it to the end... thanks to the help and patience of the entire group. I would definitely recommend this tour at a 100 for solo travelers like myself or families, it was a very different but a pleasant way to visit Angkor Watt. BIG THANK YOUUUU!!
• Submitted 15 Jan 2018
In my opinion the best way to discover and enjoy the temples
• Submitted 24 Dec 2017
Well paced trip through the temples. Guide leads you through the off-beaten tracks to get away from the crowds and experience the sights and sounds in a natural way. Well organised and executed!
• Submitted 18 Dec 2017
This tour was amazing!
• Submitted 03 Dec 2017
Very good and informative tour. Highly recommended.
• Submitted 02 Dec 2017
AMAZING TOUR!!! Doing this on a bike was for sure the best way to do it. It felt like we were going backstage to see things no one else gets to see. And the guide was fantastic!! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
• Submitted 31 Oct 2017
Would highly recommend this tour if traveling with teenagers or adult children. Away from most of the crowded touristy spots - the bike guide took us behind the scenes of the park and biking through the beautiful green forest gave us more shade and quiet off the main road ways. Even with a little rain shower, this was the highlight of our trip. Totally worth the 4am wake up call.
• Submitted 04 Oct 2017
This was everything we expected and more
• Submitted 13 Sep 2017
Got excellent very personal service. Guide Sophat Phal was very good, particularly in the biking portion through the jungle trails. He knew all the best spots to take photos.
• Submitted 02 Sep 2017
Amazing guide, he had a wealth of knowledge and was very friendly. We loved cycling around all the temples on our bikes, going through forests and seeing small villages along the way as well. Stunning routes and learning a lot, can't get any better.
• Submitted 13 Aug 2017
This tour was fantastic! There was only 3 people in my group. The ride was quite easy and was a great way to get from location to location and see some sites that other tours would not see. I have recommended to all my friends to see Angkor this way.
• Submitted 02 Aug 2017
Amazing tour. I really enjoyed the mountain biking element of the tour. Our guide, Som, was particularly knowledgeable about each temple and knew the best angle and positions to get amazing photos at each. His passion for tourism was clear and his energy and enthusiasm made the 25km fly by. It was a nice inclusion that Som had a GoPro and took photos of us all along the way. I over estimate the dresscode for the temples and wore long pants, but due to the mountain biking element, I would highly recommend having a pair of shorts. Our water bottles were filled up regularly, and the support car would meet us a most of the temples. The included food was delicious.
• Submitted 10 Jul 2017
Mr Sambo is awesome. He is a non assuming guy who loves his country heritage and this is shown in his account of history he told throughout the day. The tour is as it described, i even had a flat tyre on the day which got fixed by Sambo in no time! Lovely cooled breakfast and lunch at local resto!
• Submitted 10 Apr 2017
This Tour was one of the highlights of the trip. I highly recommend you take this bike tour. My group of 4 really enjoyed the sunrise and ease of being picked up for the trip,the lunch that was provided was all very delicious with fresh local fruit as a added bonus.
• Submitted 07 Apr 2017
A relaxing beautiful ride, great snacks along the way and a fantastic guide with tons of awesome information. You are welcome to explore the sites at your own pace or follow along with the guide whom can give you a bit more context. Lots of fun! The ride was not difficult but its certainly requires some riding experience at least.
• Submitted 27 Feb 2017
We cannot fault this tour in anyway we had an amazing day! Our guide, Sammy, was wonderful! Even when I lost my entry ticket into the National Park, he went out of his way to help me find it but when we couldn't find it, Sammy asked our driver to take me back a 45 minute return trip to buy another one. Unfortunately we didn't get to see the sunrise as there was too much cloud cover, but it didn't spoil our day. If you can ride a bike, then you will enjoy this tour there are no hills, just flat riding, through the bush and along the side of the roads. The tour included a tasty breakfast fresh fruit for morning tea bottled water and to finish off, a very nice lunch. This bike tour was so much fun we highly recommend it!
• Submitted 16 Feb 2017
After a scare regarding our pick up at 4:50am, when our guide was given the wrong hotel name, our trip went perfectly to plan. We arrived at Angkor Wat and our guide took us to a perfect spot to see the sunrise away from the majority of other tourists. He then walked us through the temple and gave the most incredible detail regarding the history of this amazing place, his knowledge was incredible. We then drove to a secluded spot for a freshly prepared breakfast which was delicious and include omelette, toast, fruit, tea and coffee, as much as you could eat. We then took to our bikes which had been prepared for us and headed off on our magical cycle through the country side surrounding the temples. The cycling was not demanding, for an average male in mid fifties, but our guide was most attentive to the pace we preferred to travel, we had a small group of only three people. I would recommend this tour if you wish to see the temples on Angkor Wat, have and expert cycle/history guide and want to enjoy the amazing countryside from the saddle. Sambo, our guide is an asset to grasshoppers and even forwarded on some amazing photos for us when our camera battery let us down.
• Submitted 12 Feb 2017

In Brief

Siem Reap, Cambodia
10 hours