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Bike the Angkor Sunrise

  • DURATION:Approx. 9 Hours
  • DISTANCE:Approx. 25 - 30 Km
  • DIFFICULTY:Leisure

From USD 75

Tour Code: SRT-BAS


Experience an unforgettable morning cycle the hidden trails of Angkor park

Witness the sunrise at the extraordinary Angkor Wat and bike your way through the vast collection of ancient temples. Learn about Cambodian history by visiting the main temples such as Bayon, Preah Khan, Ta Prohm and hidden temples surrounded the complex. This exciting bike tour allows you to uncover the rich history of Cambodia while enjoying the beautiful views of the ancient Angkor temples.

Let our experienced English-speaking guide take you away from the touristic route as you will take part in a bike ride through Angkor off-road to see the ruined temple and explore the hidden trails around Angkor complex.

Bike the Angkor Sunrise tour is designed for anyone who is looking to learn about Cambodian history and local culture as well as capture the best sunrise spot at the main temple.

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What’s included

  • Hotel pick up & Drop Off
  • Support vehicle
  • Professional English speaking guide
  • Bicycle & Helmet
  • Local breakfast & Lunch
  • Bottled water & Local snacks

What’s excluded

  • Entrance to the Angkor Archeological Park
  • Personal expense



You will be met our guide and driver at your accommodation, then take a short transfer to Angkor Wat in time to see the sunrise. Your guide will take you to the best spots to witness the colourful sunrise. Afterwards, you will go through the Angkor central complex and talk about the history and symbolism of the temple. Ask as many questions as possible to ensure you get the information about the place you’ll visit.

8:00 AM – 1:00 PM 
When you have finished discovering Angkor Wat and had breakfast, you will be met with your bike. Then start the bike tour down single trails behind Angkor Wat. On your bike, you will follow tracks that take you through small villages hidden in the Angkor Wat complex, where you’ll see a different perspective of lives surrounding the complex. From there it’s a straight cycle to discover other temples such as Angkor Thom City, Bayon Temple, Preah Khan temple and Ta Prom temple better known as the Tomb Raider temple.

1:30 PM – 2:00 PM 

After all that crawling, you will appreciate a big traditional Cambodian meal with a large spread of local dishes. After lunch, a quick siesta will be in order before heading back to the city.

Note: Cambodia is a conservative country, especially when you visit the main temple, Angkor Wat, we would like all of the participants to wear clothing that covers shoulder and knees, due to the cultural respected.

Activity Highlights

  • Admire stunning views of Angkor Wat at sunrise
  • Great value: supported vehicle, breakfast, and lunch included
  • Experience an unforgettable morning riding the back trails of Angkor archaeology park
  • Discover the temples by bicycle - avoid the busy main roads
  • Personalized experience with our professional English speaking guide
  • Temple Highlights: Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Bayon temple, Ta Prohm, and other hidden gems.
  • This tour is limited to 6 participants to ensure a more personalize experience for our guide and to ensure you receive the best experience that we commit to.


Angkor Wat Sunrise

Angkor Wat has become a perfect spot for a sunrise that will take some effort through your holiday in Cambodia which you should not miss. Through this tour, your guide will take a lead to the best spot to stand and photograph Angkor Wat at sunrise.

Angkor Back Trails

Cycle beyond the main roads and escape to the jungle trails to discover the hidden treasures at Angkor complex which the bus can't go.

Your Tour Guide

You will be led by an English-speaking guide who is offering local insight, pursuing great experiences and make every tour exceptional.

Our guides are well informed in the local culture, history and religions of the area where you are biking and are skilled at passing that knowledge on to you.

Siem reap local tour guide

Your Ride

The bikes you will be riding are top quality of mountain bikes with disc brakes and Shimano components. Our mountain bikes all have front suspension.

Siem reap local tour guide

Water & Snacks

Cold water, local snacks & fresh fruit are included in the tour price to keep your energy levels up while riding.

Siem reap local tour guide

A Delicious Meal

Breakfast will be served at the outside of Angkor complex. After all that crawling at the temple, you’ll appreciate a local lunch with a large spread of local dishes.

Siem reap local tour guide
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1 – 6 People


All of our tours are commented in English.


9 hours approximately. Includes a 60min snack break & meals.


Everyday at 5:00 AM – 2:00 PM


Do I have to be fit to do this bike tour? Is it only for sporty people?

This tour is for people who know how to ride a bike and want to have some fun! It is not a physically intensive activity and we have had people of all shapes and sizes take part in it and everyone has always loved it. The trail is 100% flat and the pace is not at all fast. If you’re not sure how you’ll fare, we invite you to come to our office about 30 minutes prior to your tour start time to try the bikes.

Is this tour appropriate for children?

Yes! We welcome children to participate in the tours and can provide any necessary equipment. If you are joining as a family, an adult must accompany the children. In addition, we have special prices for children:

● Age 0 to 6 years – %50 off
● Age 7 to 12 years – 20% off
● Age 13 to 15 years – 10% off

Do you have smaller bikes, baby seats, tandems?

Yes, we had smaller sized bikes for kids and adults who are too short to use our bicycles. We also have baby seats for kids that are between the ages of 1 and 3 years old (max weight 22 kg)

The tandem bike also available with attachment bikes that are suitable for little kids who are too big for the baby seat but too small to cycle on their own (max weight 38 kg – max height 137 cm).

What do I need to bring?

Camera, sunscreen, sunglasses, insect repellent, wear comfortable cycling clothes, small backpack, etc.

What is your cancellation policy?

We are happy to offer full refunds for our tour if the reservation is cancelled more than 24 hours before the scheduled tour.

What is a dietary requirement?

If you have any specific food requirements (vegetarian, vegan, food allergies), please inform in advance so that we can provide notice to our tour guide.

What is your weather policy?

Our tours run rain or shine, and we have raincoat available at our office or during the tour for anyone that needs them. We encourage all guests to consult the weather forecast and to dress accordingly.

Is this tour offered in any other languages, or only English?

All scheduled tours are in English, but private tours can be scheduled in other languages as you request.

Can I make it private tour?

Yes! If you want a totally private tour and we ensure no one else joins your tour, please contact us

Are there any bathroom break during the tour?

Yes, It is. The bathroom is available at every stop we visit.

Customer Reviews

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Nice way to experience Angkor Wat

This tour was well planned and executed. The pickup was on time and we picked up the Angkor Wat pass on the way. We saw the sunrise from outside the moat area and walked inside the complex later. Got a decent breakfast and Right, our tour guide, showed us around the temple and explained the architecture details. It was well paced and not rushed at all. From there we picked our mountain bikes and biked towards Bayon temple through the local villages and stopping along the high walls of inside the moat few times. After the tour of Bayon we had a delicious plate of tropical fruits served and it was really good amidst the rising temperatures. We biked towards a the famous Ta Prohm and Ta Nei where we could spend a good amount of time enjoying the timeless ruins. The lunch spot was picked by our tour guide and we were dropped back at our hostel. A good tour.

January 17, 2020



Angkor sunrise bike tour.

Me and my partner booked this tour through our hotel and certainly were not disappointed. Our guide, Ben and driver Ven were excellent throughout. We loved getting off the beaten track and away from the busy crowds. We hit the temples at just the right times all down to Ben’s local knowledge. The cycling through the jungle was amazing, we even caught sight of two elephants, Ben knew just the right spot. Ven was on hand at every stop with fresh local fruit and snacks and the two stops for breakfast and lunch were just the right start and end to a busy day.
I would say if you are short on time and want to miss some of the crowds with an excellent guide and driver, this is the tour for you.

January 16, 2020



Unforgettable experience exploring the Small Circuit at Angkor on bikes!

Exploring the temples of Angkor has been on my bucket-list for some time – and this incredible tour far surpassed all my hopes and expectations! We were met by our guide, Ben, at our hotel in Wat Bo while it was still dark and travelled to Angkor by tuk-tuk, first to buy our pass and then on to Angkor Wat.

Arriving at the temple in the dark, I felt that the air was heavy with excitement and anticipation to get a first glimpse of Angkor Wat at first light. Ben took us to a fantastic viewing spot, slightly elevated to avoid the crowds and get a good view of the temple. We passed the time chatting to Ben about the history of the temple and life and Cambodia. He is incredibly knowledgeable about Angkor and passionate about Siem Reap and it felt that the three of us had been friends for years!

It was beautiful to see the temple emerge in the dawn. Once the sun was up we then spent time exploring the temple with Ben pointing out interesting facts and insights answering our many questions.

After a hearty breakfast we picked up our bikes and started cycling, first heading to Angkor Thom passing through a local village. Inside Angkor Thom we took a cycle route off the beaten track – it was just us and nature and no other people for a long stretches – incredibly peaceful.

There after we stopped at Bayon, and Ta Nei – both incredible. The detail and intricacy of the bas relief carvings at Bayon blew my mind. Ta Nei is a smaller temple and what made it special for me was that there were very few tourists there so we could explore and snap pics at our leisure. Ben played photographer for us and aside from being a top-class tour guide, he is also a super photographer! We also were lucky to spot a family of gibbons chilling in the trees.

Our final temple stop was Ta Prohm. The temple is stunning, with enormous Spung tree roots wrapping themselves around the ruins and towering over the site. It is a very popular site (thanks Tomb Raider!) so be prepared to fight the crowds.

At this stage we were pretty hungry and devoured one of the most delicious fish Amoks I ate while in Cambodia.

We finished the day feeling exhausted (cycling is hard work, especially if you are not used to being on a bike!) but elated. Ben was a phenomenal guide and we cannot recommend him highly enough. The tour is planned carefully to give tourists the best experience without having to fight the crowds, and drink and snacks to quench our thirst and replenish our energy levels. Thank you, Ben, for such an incredible experience, we had the best time!

January 11, 2020



Incredible experience!

Toured on 05/01/20 with the team of Trevor (tuk tuk driver) and Chum (guide). All I can say is WOW!!! First off, Angkor Wat and the surrounding area is remarkable, but you probably already know that in reading about this tour. We were picked up promptly at 4:40am at our hotel and traveled by tuk tuk to the ticket counter and then to the entrance to Angkor Wat. Walked across the footing bridge into the property to settle into a spot to watch sunrise over the Wat. After that beautiful experience (marred by the number of smart phones trying to capture instead of experience the gift), we toured the temple and Chum gave us a great Khmer, Buddhist and Hindu history lesson. He was able to answer just about EVERY question we had all day!! After a light breakfast, it was off on the bikes. None of the “legs” of the ride were too long but be aware this tour requires 1) good comfort on a bike and 2) decent physical shape as you’re working through sand, bumps and more to get from spot to spot. After visiting Angkor Thom and several others we stopped for a snack and then several guides started speaking in a very animated way with one another. Gibbon monkeys had made their way from the deep jungle into the park so we spent a bit of time at that spot observing nature instead of the ruins. Loved it! After finishing our ride we were treated to a lovely 5-course lunch (wow!) including fresh spring rolls, sour chicken soup, pork and eggplant, morning glories with garlic and a fresh fruit plate (they were already sold out of the sweet pumpkin that was supposed to come with the meal). The restaurant has a social/cause approach and the staff was kind and accommodating. On the tuk tuk ride back to our hotel, we chatted with Chum about his experience. I would LOVE to tour with Chum again and highly recommend the organized approach the Siam Reaper takes to planning tours. Their use of WhattsApp was great for communicating. One thing to note, we booked through TakeMeTour where it lists that park admission is included. This is a typo so you DO need to pay for your entrance to Angkor Wat ($36 USD for a 1-day pass as of the time of writing this review). I did communicate both with Siam Reaper and TakeMeTour about this and felt the communication was very good. Highly recommend!!

January 6, 2020

Kevin C


Perfect way to see Angkor Wat

Our guide Prathna Son was excellent. If you can ask for him. He is an ex-monk who lived in Angkor Wat from the age of 14 to 21. He has excellent English and a passion for his country. The tour was great because we got to see the sunrise over the temple and then immediately after went inside. We left by 8:30 when most tourists (especially the Chinese busloads) start coming. Seeing the rest of the complex by bike allowed us to get some exercise and see parts of the complex that others didn’t.

November 25, 2019