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  • 1 Day Tour DX

    FUN DAY around Siem Reap



    Trip description

    Nothing much to say - it's all about getting fun around Siem Reap. No temples, no tourist attractions; simple riding and enjoying the freedom; Rice fields, small villages, dirt roads, trails, West Baray lake and a lot more are waiting for you!!!


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $150 $120 $120


    Including

    Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



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  • 1 Day Tour D0

    Floating Village South Siem Reap



    Kampong Phluk is a commune and village in Siem Reap Province in northern-central Cambodia. It is a village built on stilts on the Tonle Sap. The name means "Harbor of the Tusks".


    Trip description

    We leave early in the morning Siem Reap and hit road south direction Kampong Thom. We passing small villages and are mostly on big roads, but can also adjust the route to your needs. Depending on the trails, we're arriving before lunch at Kampong Pluk, a small simple floating village. We will park the bikes and hire a boat to get some insights of the basic lifestyle of the residents, who mostly build their houses on stilts. After lunch we're making a big loop on a different way back to Siem Reap, where we will arrive around 4:30p.


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $150 $120 $120


    Including

    Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



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  • 1 Day Tour D1

    Beng Mealea North East Siem Reap



    Beng Mealea is a temple in the Angkor Wat style located 40 km east of the main group of temples at Angkor, Cambodia, on the ancient royal highway to Preah Khan Kompong Svay. It was built as a Hinduist temple, but there are some carvings depicting Buddhist motifs. Its primary material is sandstone and it is largely unrestored, with trees and thick brush thriving amidst its towers and courtyards and many of its stones lying in great heaps. For years it was difficult to reach, but a road recently built to the temple complex of Koh Ker passes Beng Mealea and more visitors are coming to the site, as it is 77 km from Siem Reap by road.


    Trip description

    We leave early in the morning Siem Reap and hit to road direction eat to Beng Mealea Temple Complex. For more than 70Km we are now away from the tourist stream. We ride on small trails, dirt roads, and ox cart trails. We will have time to stop at local shops to refresh and get in contact with the locals. We can choose different routes to fit the needs for your trip: from beginners to experienced riders. Around lunchtime we reach Beng Mealea where we will have lunch. After lunch we get the tickets (included in the tour price) and you can explore one of the most beautiful temples in Cambodia. It´s a big, hidden temple complex in the middle of the jungle. In the early afternoon, we get ready and start our way back to Siem Reap, where we will arrive again around 5:00pm.


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $150 $120 $120


    Including

    Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



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  • 1 Day Tour D2

    Phnom Kulen Waterfall Siem Reap



    Phnom Kulen has a major symbolic importance for Cambodians as the birthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire, for it was at Phnom Kulen that King Jayavarma II proclaimed independence from Java in 802 A.D.The site is known for its carvings representing fertility and its waters which hold special significance to Hindus. Just 5 cm under the water's surface over 1000 small carvings are etched into the sandstone riverbed. The waters are regarded as holy, given that Jayavarman II chose to bathe in the river, and had the river diverted so that the stone bed could be carved. A lotus flower protrudes from his navel bearing the god Brahma. The river then ends with a waterfall and a pool.


    Trip description

    We leave early in the morning Siem Reap and hit to road to Kulen Mountain. This mountain is widely considered by Khmers to be the most sacred mountain in Cambodia. It played a significant role as the birthplace of the ancient Khmer empire and is around 50 Km away from Siem Reap. Shortly after starting the tour, we get off the paved road and you will find yourself in the middle of the authentic Cambodia; away from tourists and TukTuk´s. We cross some small villages and be most of the time on small single trails and dirt roads. We will have time to stop at local shops to refresh and get in contact with the locals. After around 40 Km we reach the bottom of Kulen Mountain. Here we have to stop and get the entrance tickets (included in the tour price) to enter the national park. Now 12km of hard, steep mountain trails are waiting for us, but don´t worry; also beginners are able to handle it. At the hilltop site, there are many different things to visit or do. We leave it up to you to decide what you prefer to do. We can straight go on trough rough, thick forest trails to visit some hidden spots, or you just relax at the waterfall and refresh. Either way we will have lunch near the waterfall. Things that can be visit on top of Kulen Mountain: The country’s largest reclining Buddha, a large waterfall and above it are smaller bathing areas and a number of carving in the river bed, including numerous lingas. There are plenty of other Angkorian sites on Kulen Mountain, the most important of which is Prasat Rong Chen, the first pyramid or temple-mountain to be constructed in the Angkor area. The most impressive of all are Prasat Ou Pho Ung, Kror beiKrab and stone animals or guardians of the mountain, known as Sra Damrei (Elephant pond), life-size replica of a stone elephant, smaller statues of lions, a frog and a cow and from here there are spectacular views across the plains below. Last but not least, Prasat Krau Romeas, dated in the 9th century. In the early afternoon, we get ready and start our way back to Siem Reap, where we will arrive again around 4:30p.


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $150 $120 $120


    Including

    Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



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  • 2 Days Tour D3

    Beng & Preah Siem Reap



    Beng Mealea is a temple in the Angkor Wat style located 40 km east of the main group of temples at Angkor, Cambodia, on the ancient royal highway to Preah Khan Kompong Svay. It was built as a Hinduist temple, but there are some carvings depicting Buddhist motifs. Its primary material is sandstone and it is largely unrestored, with trees and thick brush thriving amidst its towers and courtyards and many of its stones lying in great heaps. For years it was difficult to reach, but a road recently built to the temple complex of Koh Ker passes Beng Mealea, and more visitors are coming to the site, as it is 77 km from Siem Reap by road.


    Preah Khan, sometimes transliterated as Prah Khan, is a temple at Angkor, Cambodia, built in the 12th century for King Jayavarman VII. It is located northeast of Angkor Thom and just west of the Jayatataka baray, with which it was associated. It was the centre of a substantial organisation, with almost 100,000 officials and servants. The temple is flat in design, with a basic plan of successive rectangular galleries around a Buddhist sanctuary complicated by Hindu satellite temples and numerous later additions. Like the nearby Ta Prohm, Preah Khan has been left largely unrestored, with numerous trees and other vegetation growing among the ruins.


    Trip description

    We will pick you up from your Guesthouse/Hotel at 8:30 am, gear up and start riding east. After a few minutes, we're already far away from tourists and traffic. We're crossing small villages and rice fields, passing riverbeds and riding on small trails. At around 12 pm, we're reaching Beng Mealea temple where we're having lunch. After lunch, we have enough time to explore the hidden jungle temple. In the early afternoon, we ride further east direction Ta Seng Village. We will refill our bikes with gas and stock up enough drinking water. For the next 50 km, we're now on a single track without shops, gas stations, or anything else. We're crossing a few rivers, bamboo forests, and old bridges. During the rainy season, we have to find an alternative route because some tracks are completely flooded. At around 4:30 pm, we arrive at Ta Seng Village where we're staying overnight at the house of the Chef of the commune. It's a very basic accommodation with private bedrooms with fans and a shared bathroom with a kind of a dorm room with mattresses, mosquito nets – but no luxury at allJ. Cold drinks and basic food (noodles, rice, vegetables, etc.) are available. If you book in advance, we can organize a chicken or pork BBQ for you. On the second day, we're having breakfast at around 7:30 am and start riding at 8:30 am. We're riding around 5 km to Preah Kan temple – it's a very remote and hidden temple in the jungle. It's nearly completely destroyed but it's still a wonderful and magic place. No tourists guaranteed – but still a safe place. In 2004, all landmines were removed, and it's nowadays a safe place to explore the temple site on your own. On the way back, we're having lunch at Kulen district. A big dirt road leads us back to Siem Reap, where we'll arrive around 5 pm.


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $180/day $150/day $150/day


    Including

    Accommodation + Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



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  • 2 Days Tour D4

    Beng & Preah Siem Reap



    Beng Mealea is a temple in the Angkor Wat style located 40 km east of the main group of temples at Angkor, Cambodia, on the ancient royal highway to Preah Khan Kompong Svay. It was built as a Hinduist temple, but there are some carvings depicting Buddhist motifs. Its primary material is sandstone, and it is largely unrestored, with trees and thick brush thriving amidst its towers and courtyards and many of its stones lying in great heaps. For years it was difficult to reach, but a road recently built to the temple complex of Koh Ker passes Beng Mealea, and more visitors are coming to the site, as it is 77 km from Siem Reap by road.


    Koh Ker is an Angkorian site in northern Cambodia. 100 km northeast of Angkor itself, it was briefly the capital of the Khmer empire between 928 and 944 under king Jayavarman IV and his son Hasavarman II. After the Khmer empire had been established in the Angkor area (Roluos), Jayavarman IV moved the capital in 928 almost 100km northeast to Koh Ker. Here a vast number of temples were built under his reign, until his successor returned to the Angkor area about twenty years later. The Koh Ker site is dominated by Prasat Thom, a 30-meter tall temple mountain raising high above the plain and the surrounding forest. Great views await the visitor at the end of an adventurous climb. Garuda, carved into the stone blocks, still guard the very top, although they are partially covered now. Across the site of Koh Ker, there are many prasat or tower sanctuaries. A couple still feature an enormous linga on a yoni that provides space for several people. The outlet for the water that was sanctified by running it over the linga can be seen in the outside wall of one of them. In other cases, three prasat stand next to each other, dedicated to Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu. Most of them are surrounded by libraries and enclosures, many also had moats. At that time, the roofs were still made of wood. Today, only the holes for the beams remain in the stone structures.


    Trip description

    We will pick you up from your Guesthouse/Hotel at 8:30 am, gear up and start riding east. After a few minutes, we´re already far away from tourists and traffic. We´re crossing small villages and rice fields. Passing riverbeds and riding on small trails. At around 12 pm, we´re reaching Beng Mealea temple where we´re having lunch. After lunch, we have enough time to explore the hidden jungle temple. In the early afternoon, we ride further east direction Koh Ker. We have two options to go: 1st - a big paved road or 2nd - dirt roads and trails. At around 5 pm, we arrive at Sreaong Village; where we´re staying overnight at the house from the Chef of the commune. We have private bedrooms with fans and a shared bathroom with a shower. Cold drinks and basic food (noodles, rice, vegetables, etc..) are available. If you book in advance we can organize a chicken or pork BBQ for you. On the second day we´re having breakfast at around 7:30 am and start riding at 8:30 am. We´re passing by a few temples which belong to the Koh Ker temple complex. We have enough time for short breaks to take pictures and exploration. We´re looping back on a different track to Beng Mealea temple where we´re having lunch. From there we´re going on different trails back to Siem Reap where we´ll arrive around 4:30 pm.


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $180/day $150/day $150/day


    Including

    Accommodation + Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



    Upgrade

    -Upgrade to Yamaha WR 250cc 50$ per bike per day on top of the above price.
    -Upgrade to Yamaha WR 400cc 70$ per bike per day on top of the above price.

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  • 3 Days Tour D5

    Beng, Koh Ker & Preah K. Siem Reap



    Beng Mealea is a temple in the Angkor Wat style located 40 km east of the main group of temples at Angkor, Cambodia, on the ancient royal highway to Preah Khan Kompong Svay. It was built as a Hinduist temple, but there are some carvings depicting Buddhist motifs. Its primary material is sandstone, and it is largely unrestored, with trees and thick brush thriving amidst its towers and courtyards and many of its stones lying in great heaps. For years it was difficult to reach, but a road recently built to the temple complex of Koh Ker passes Beng Mealea and more visitors are coming to the site, as it is 77 km from Siem Reap by road.


    Koh Ker is an Angkorian site in northern Cambodia. 100 km northeast of Angkor itself, it was briefly the capital of the Khmer empire between 928 and 944 under king Jayavarman IV and his son Hasavarman II. After the Khmer empire had been established in the Angkor area (Roluos), Jayavarman IV moved the capital in 928 almost 100km northeast to Koh Ker. Here a vast number of temples were built under his reign, until his successor returned to the Angkor area about twenty years later. The Koh Ker site is dominated by Prasat Thom, a 30-meter-tall temple mountain raising high above the plain and the surrounding forest. Great views await the visitor at the end of an adventurous climb. Garuda, carved into the stone blocks, still guard the very top, although they are partially covered now. Across the site of Koh Ker there are many prasat or tower sanctuaries. A couple still feature an enormous linga on a yoni that provides space for several people. The outlet for the water that was sanctified by running it over the linga can be seen in the outside wall of one of them. In other cases, three prasat stand next to each other, dedicated to Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu. Most of them are surrounded by libraries and enclosures; many also had moats. At that time, the roofs were still made of wood. Today, only the holes for the beams remain in the stone structures.


    Preah Khan, sometimes transliterated as Prah Khan, is a temple at Angkor, Cambodia, built in the 12th century for King Jayavarman VII. It is located northeast of Angkor Thom and just west of the Jayatataka baray, with which it was associated. It was the center of a substantial organization, with almost 100,000 officials and servants. The temple is flat in design, with a basic plan of successive rectangular galleries around a Buddhist sanctuary complicated by Hindu satellite temples and numerous later additions. Like the nearby Ta Prohm, Preah Khan has been left largely unrestored, with numerous trees and other vegetation growing among the ruins.


    Trip description

    We will pick you up from your Guesthouse/Hotel at 8:30 am, gear up and start riding east. After a few minutes, we're already far away from tourists and traffic. We're crossing small villages and rice fields. Passing riverbeds and riding on small trails. At around 12 pm, we're reaching Beng Mealea temple where we're having lunch. After lunch, we have enough time to explore the hidden jungle temple. In the early afternoon, we ride further east direction Ta Seng Village. We will refill our bikes with gas stock up enough drinking water. For the next 50 km, we're now on a single track without shops, gas stations, or anything else. We're crossing a few rivers, bamboo forests, and old bridges. During the rainy season, we have to find an alternative route because some tracks are completely flooded. At around 4:30 pm, we arrive at Ta Seng Village where we're staying overnight at the house of the Chef of the commune. It's a very basic accommodation with private bedrooms with fans and a shared bathroom with a kind of a dorm room with mattresses, mosquito nets – but no luxury at all. Cold drinks and basic food (noodles, rice, vegetables, etc.) are available. If you book in advance, we can organize a chicken or pork BBQ for you. On the second day, we're having breakfast at around 7:30 am and start riding at 8:30 am. We're riding around 5 km to Preah Kan temple – it's a very remote and hidden temple in the jungle. It's nearly completely destroyed but it's still a wonderful and magic place. No tourists guaranteed – but still a safe place. In the afternoon, we're heading north to a small village named Kuleaen where we're staying overnight. On the third day, we're having breakfast at around 7:30 am and start riding at 8:30 am. We're passing by a few temples which belong to the Koh Ker temple complex. We have enough time for short breaks to take pictures and exploration. We're looping back on a different track to Beng Mealea temple where we're having lunch. From there we're going on different trails back to Siem Reap where we'll arrive around 4:30 pm.


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $180/day $150/day $150/day


    Including

    Accommodation + Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



    Upgrade

    -Upgrade to Yamaha WR 250cc 50$ per bike per day on top of the above price.
    -Upgrade to Yamaha WR 400cc 70$ per bike per day on top of the above price.

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  • 3 Days Tour D6

    Beng, Koh Ker & Preah V. Siem Reap



    Beng Mealea is a temple in the Angkor Wat style located 40 km east of the main group of temples at Angkor, Cambodia, on the ancient royal highway to Preah Khan Kompong Svay. It was built as hinduist temple, but there are some carvings depicting buddhist motifs. Its primary material is sandstone and it is largely unrestored, with trees and thick brush thriving amidst its towers and courtyards and many of its stones lying in great heaps. For years it was difficult to reach, but a road recently built to the temple complex of Koh Ker passes Beng Mealea and more visitors are coming to the site, as it is 77 km from Siem Reap by road.


    Koh Ker is an Angkorian site in northern Cambodia. 100 km northeast of Angkor itself, it was briefly the capital of the Khmer empire between 928 and 944 under king Jayavarman IV and his son Hasavarman II.After the Khmer empire had been established in the Angkor area (Roluos), Jayavarman IV moved the capital in 928 almost 100km northeast to Koh Ker. Here a vast number of temples were built under his reign, until his successor returned to the Angkor area about twenty years later. The Koh Ker site is dominated by Prasat Thom, a 30 meter tall temple mountain raising high above the plain and the surrounding forest. Great views await the visitor at the end of an adventurous climb. Garuda, carved into the stone blocks, still guard the very top, although they are partially covered now. Across the site of Koh Ker there are many prasat or tower sanctuaries. A couple still feature an enormous linga on a yoni that provides space for several people. The outlet for the water that was sanctified by running it over the linga can be seen in the outside wall of one of them. In other cases, three prasat stand next to each other, dedicated to Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu. Most of them are surrounded by libraries and enclosures, many also had moats. At that time, the roofs were still made of wood. Today, only the holes for the beams remain in the stone structures.


    Preah Vihear Temple or Prasat Preah Vihear or Temple of Preah Vihear is a Hindu temple built during the reign of Khmer Empire, that is situated atop a 525-metre (1,722 ft) cliff in the Dângrêk Mountains, in the Preah Vihear province, Cambodia. In 1962, following a lengthy dispute between Thailand and Cambodia over ownership, a majority of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague awarded the temple to Cambodia. Affording a view for many kilometers across a plain, Prasat Preah Vihear has the most spectacular setting of all the temples built during the six-centuries-long Khmer Empire. As a key edifice of the empire's spiritual life, it was supported and modified by successive kings and so bears elements of several architectural styles. Preah Vihear is unusual among Khmer temples in being constructed along a long north-south axis, rather than having the conventional rectangular plan with orientation toward the east. The temple gives its name to Cambodia's Preah Vihear province, in which it is now located, as well as the Khao Phra Wihan National Park which borders it in Thailand's Sisaket province and through which the temple is most easily accessible. On July 7, 2008, Preah Vihear was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


    Trip description

    We will pick you up from your Guesthouse/Hotel at 8:30 am, gear up and start riding east. After a few minutes, we´re already far away from tourists and traffic. We´re crossing small villages and rice fields. Passing riverbeds and riding on small trails. At around 12 pm we´re reaching Beng Mealea temple where we´re having lunch. After lunch, we have enough time to explore the hidden jungle temple. In the early afternoon, we ride further east direction Koh Ker. We have two options to go: 1st - a big paved road or 2nd - dirt roads and trails. At around 5 pm we arrive at Sreaong Village; where we´re staying overnight at the house from the Chef of the commune. We have private bed rooms with fans and a shared bathroom with a shower. Cold drinks and basic food (noodles, rice, vegetables, etc..) are available. If you book in advance we can organize a chicken or pork bbq for you. On the second day we´re having breakfast at around 7:30 am and start riding at 8:30 am. We´re passing by a few temples which belong to the Koh Ker temple complex. We have enough time for short breaks to take pictures and exploration. We´re crossing a couple of small villages and rice fields. After passing a challenging sandy trail we reach Chrom Srea where we´re having basic lunch (noodle soup). We fill up our drinking water and another 30 km of sandy trails are waiting for us. Finally, we´re reaching Sra Em village, where we´re staying overnight in a hotel with air con and Wi-Fi. On the 3rd day after breakfast we´re riding along the bottom of Preah Vihear mountain crossing a checkpoint where we need to buy our entrance tickets for the temple (10$/person, excluded the tour price). Another 10 min ride up the mountain and we reach Preah Vihear temple next to the Thai border. We have 2 hours to explore this wide-spread temple complex after we´re heading around 240 km back to Siem Reap. We should be back in town around 5-6 pm.


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $180/day $150/day $150/day


    Including

    Accommodation + Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



    Upgrade

    -Upgrade to Yamaha WR 250cc 50$ per bike per day on top of the above price.
    -Upgrade to Yamaha WR 400cc 70$ per bike per day on top of the above price.

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  • 4 Days Tour D7

    Beng, Koh Ker, Preah & Anlong Siem Reap



    Beng Mealea is a temple in the Angkor Wat style located 40 km east of the main group of temples at Angkor, Cambodia, on the ancient royal highway to Preah Khan Kompong Svay. It was built as a Hinduist temple, but there are some carvings depicting Buddhist motifs. Its primary material is sandstone, and it is largely unrestored, with trees and thick brush thriving amidst its towers and courtyards and many of its stones lying in great heaps. For years it was difficult to reach, but a road recently built to the temple complex of Koh Ker passes Beng Mealea and more visitors are coming to the site, as it is 77 km from Siem Reap by road.


    Koh Ker is an Angkorian site in northern Cambodia. 100 km northeast of Angkor itself, it was briefly the capital of the Khmer empire between 928 and 944 under king Jayavarman IV and his son Hasavarman II. After the Khmer empire had been established in the Angkor area (Roluos), Jayavarman IV moved the capital in 928 almost 100km northeast to Koh Ker. Here a vast number of temples were built under his reign, until his successor returned to the Angkor area about twenty years later. The Koh Ker site is dominated by Prasat Thom, a 30-meter tall temple mountain raising high above the plain and the surrounding forest. Great views await the visitor at the end of an adventurous climb. Garuda, carved into the stone blocks, still guard the very top, although they are partially covered now. Across the site of Koh Ker, there are many prasat or tower sanctuaries. A couple still feature an enormous linga on a yoni that provides space for several people. The outlet for the water that was sanctified by running it over the linga can be seen in the outside wall of one of them. In other cases, three prasat stand next to each other, dedicated to Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu. Most of them are surrounded by libraries and enclosures; many also had moats. At that time, the roofs were still made of wood. Today, only the holes for the beams remain in the stone structures.


    Preah Vihear Temple or Prasat Preah Vihear or Temple of Preah Vihear is a Hindu temple built during the reign of the Khmer Empire, situated atop a 525-meter (1,722 ft) cliff in the Dângrêk Mountains, in the Preah Vihear province, Cambodia. In 1962, following a lengthy dispute between Thailand and Cambodia over ownership, a majority of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague awarded the temple to Cambodia. Affording a view for many kilometers across a plain, Prasat Preah Vihear has the most spectacular setting of all the temples built during the six-centuries-long Khmer Empire. As a key edifice of the empire's spiritual life, it was supported and modified by successive kings and so bears elements of several architectural styles. Preah Vihear is unusual among Khmer temples in being constructed along a long north-south axis, rather than having the conventional rectangular plan with orientation toward the east. The temple gives its name to Cambodia's Preah Vihear province, in which it is now located, as well as the Khao Phra Wihan National Park which borders it in Thailand's Sisaket province and through which the temple is most easily accessible. On July 7, 2008, Preah Vihear was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


    Anlong Veng is a district and small town in the Oddar Meanchey province of North-western Cambodia. There is a border crossing with Thailand's Si Saket Province 13 km north of Anlong Veng town, but its main claim to fame is its connection to the latter days of the Khmer Rouge revolutionaries. Pol Pot, Ta Mok, Son Sen, and Khiev Samphan, the leaders of this genocidal organization, all had homes here. The district also holds the graves of Pol Pot and Ta Mok, as well as the remnants of the structure where Pol Pot was convicted of 'crimes against the Cambodian people.' What might otherwisebe an overly morbid itinerary is redeemed by the stunning mountain scenery.


    Trip description

    We will pick you up from your Guesthouse/Hotel at 8:30 am, gear up, and start riding east. After a few minutes, we're already far away from tourists and traffic. We're crossing small villages and rice fields, passing riverbeds and riding on small trails. At around 12 pm, we're reaching Beng Mealea temple where we're having lunch. After lunch, we have enough time to explore the hidden jungle temple. In the early afternoon, we ride further east direction Koh Ker. We have two options to go: 1st - a big paved road or 2nd - dirt roads and trails. At around 5 pm, we arrive at Sreaong Village, where we're staying overnight at the house from the Chef of the commune. We have private bedrooms with fans and a shared bathroom with a shower. Cold drinks and basic food (noodles, rice, vegetables, etc..) are available. If you book in advance, we can organize a chicken or pork BBQ for you. On the second day, we're having breakfast at around 7:30 am and start riding at 8:30 am. We're passing by a few temples that belong to the Koh Ker temple complex. We have enough time for short breaks to take pictures and exploration. We're crossing a couple of small villages and rice fields. After passing a challenging sandy trail, we reach Chrom Srea where we're having a basic lunch (noodle soup). We fill up our drinking water, and another 30 km of sandy trails are waiting for us. Finally, we're reaching Sra Em village, where we're staying overnight in a hotel with air con and Wi-Fi. On the 3rd day after breakfast, we're riding along the bottom of Preah Vihear mountain, crossing a checkpoint where we need to buy our entrance tickets for the temple (10$/person, excluded from the tour price). Another 10 min ride up the mountain, and we reach Preah Vihear temple next to the Thai border. We have 2 hours to explore this widespread temple complex. Later on, we're riding around 125 km along Dângrêk Mountains (old Khmer Rouge trail) to Anlong Veng, one of the last strongholds of the Khmer Rouge. We're staying in a hotel with air con and wifi. The next morning after breakfast, we're riding up to the Thai border to visit Pol Pot's crematory place, Da Mok's house (General of the Khmer Rouge in North Cambodia), and Pol Pot's so-called “bunker.” In the afternoon, we're heading back to Siem Reap, where we should arrive around 5 pm.


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $180/day $150/day $150/day


    Including

    Accommodation + Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



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  • 5 Days Tour D8

    Preah, Stung, Tbeng & Preah V. Siem Reap



    Preah Khan, sometimes transliterated as Prah Khan, is a temple at Angkor, Cambodia, built in the 12th century for King Jayavarman VII. It is located northeast of Angkor Thom and just west of the Jayatataka baray, with which it was associated. It was the centre of a substantial organisation, with almost 100,000 officials and servants. The temple is flat in design, with a basic plan of successive rectangular galleries around a Buddhist sanctuary complicated by Hindu satellite temples and numerous later additions. Like the nearby Ta Prohm, Preah Khan has been left largely unrestored, with numerous trees and other vegetation growing among the ruins.


    Stung Treng The Cambodian/Laotian border is located in the north of Stung Treng Province. The Mekong river crosses the province roughly in its midst. It was first a part of the Khmer Empire, then the Lao kingdom of Lan Xang and later the Lao kingdom of Champassack. The province was ceded back to Cambodia during the period of French Indochina, in 1904. Its name in Laotian is Xieng Teng. Owing to its border location and forested mountain areas in the northeast of the province, there was much communist guerrilla activity in Stung Treng during Cambodia's recent past. The insurgency lasted from the Vietnamese infiltration in the 1950s until the late Khmer Rouge years.


    Tbeng Meanchey is the capital of Preah Vihear Province, and about 200km due north of Phnom Penh.


    Preah Vihear Temple or Prasat Preah Vihear or Temple of Preah Vihear is a Hindu temple built during the reign of Khmer Empire, that is situated atop a 525-metre (1,722 ft) cliff in the Dângrêk Mountains, in the Preah Vihear province, Cambodia. In 1962, following a lengthy dispute between Thailand and Cambodia over ownership, a majority of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague awarded the temple to Cambodia. Affording a view for many kilometers across a plain, Prasat Preah Vihear has the most spectacular setting of all the temples built during the six-centuries-long Khmer Empire. As a key edifice of the empire's spiritual life, it was supported and modified by successive kings and so bears elements of several architectural styles. Preah Vihear is unusual among Khmer temples in being constructed along a long north-south axis, rather than having the conventional rectangular plan with orientation toward the east. The temple gives its name to Cambodia's Preah Vihear province, in which it is now located, as well as the Khao Phra Wihan National Park which borders it in Thailand's Sisaket province and through which the temple is most easily accessible. On July 7, 2008, Preah Vihear was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


    Trip description

    We will pick you up from your Guesthouse/Hotel at 8:30am, gear up and start riding east. After a few minutes we´re already far away from tourists and traffic. We´re crossing small villages and rice field. Passing riverbeds and riding on small trails. At around 12pm we´re reaching Beng Mealea temple where we´re having lunch. After lunch, we have enough time to explore the hidden jungle temple. In the early afternoon, we ride further east direction Koh Ker. We have two options to go: 1st - a big paved road or 2nd - dirt roads and trails. At around 5pm, we arrive at Sreaong Village; where we´re staying overnight at the house from the Chef of the commune. We have private bed rooms with fans and a shared bathroom with a shower. Cold drinks and basic food (noodles, rice, vegetables, etc..) are available. If you book in advanced we can organize a chicken or pork bbq for you. On the second day we´re having breakfast at around 7:30am and start riding at 8:30am. We´re passing by a few temples which belong to the Koh Ker temple complex. We have enough time for short breaks to take pictures and exploration. We´re crossing a couple of small villages and rice fields. After passing a challenging sandy trail we reach Chrom Srea where we´re having a basic lunch (noodle soup). We fill up our drinking water and another 30km of sandy trails are waiting for us. Finally we´re reaching Sra Em village, where we´re staying overnight in a hotel with air con and Wi-Fi. On the 3rd day after breakfast we´re riding along the bottom of Preah Vihear mountain crossing a checkpoint where we need to buy our entrance tickets for the temple( 10$/person, excluded the tour price) . Another 10 min ride up the mountain and we reach Preah Vihear temple next to the Thai border. We have 2 hours to explore this wide spread temple complex. Later on we´re riding around 125km along Dângrêk Mountains (old Khmer Rouge trail) to Anlong Veng, one of the last stronholds of the Khmer Rouge. We´re staying in a hotel with air con and wifi. The next morning after breakfast we´re riding up to the Thai border to visit Pol Pot´s crematory place, Da Mok house (General of the Khmer Rouge in the north Cambodia) and Pol Pot´s so-called “bunker”. In the afternoon we´re heading back to Siem Reap, where we should arrive around 5pm.


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $180/day $150/day $150/day


    Including

    Accommodation + Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



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  • 5 Days Tour D9

    Preah, Tbeng, Preah V. & Anlong Siem Reap



    Preah Khan, sometimes transliterated as Prah Khan, is a temple at Angkor, Cambodia, built in the 12th century for King Jayavarman VII. It is located northeast of Angkor Thom and just west of the Jayatataka baray, with which it was associated. It was the centre of a substantial organisation, with almost 100,000 officials and servants. The temple is flat in design, with a basic plan of successive rectangular galleries around a Buddhist sanctuary complicated by Hindu satellite temples and numerous later additions. Like the nearby Ta Prohm, Preah Khan has been left largely unrestored, with numerous trees and other vegetation growing among the ruins.


    Tbeng Meanchey is the capital of Preah Vihear Province, and about 200km due north of Phnom Penh.


    Preah Vihear Temple or Prasat Preah Vihear or Temple of Preah Vihear is a Hindu temple built during the reign of Khmer Empire, that is situated atop a 525-metre (1,722 ft) cliff in the Dângrêk Mountains, in the Preah Vihear province, Cambodia. In 1962, following a lengthy dispute between Thailand and Cambodia over ownership, a majority of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague awarded the temple to Cambodia. Affording a view for many kilometers across a plain, Prasat Preah Vihear has the most spectacular setting of all the temples built during the six-centuries-long Khmer Empire. As a key edifice of the empire's spiritual life, it was supported and modified by successive kings and so bears elements of several architectural styles. Preah Vihear is unusual among Khmer temples in being constructed along a long north-south axis, rather than having the conventional rectangular plan with orientation toward the east. The temple gives its name to Cambodia's Preah Vihear province, in which it is now located, as well as the Khao Phra Wihan National Park which borders it in Thailand's Sisaket province and through which the temple is most easily accessible. On July 7, 2008, Preah Vihear was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


    Anlong Veng is a district and small town in the Oddar Meanchey province of North-western Cambodia. There is a border crossing with Thailand's Si Saket Province 13 km north of Anlong Veng town, but its main claim to fame is its connection to the latter days of the Khmer Rouge revolutionaries. Pol Pot, Ta Mok, Son Sen and Khiev Samphan, the leaders of this genocidal organisation, all had homes here. The district also holds the graves of Pol Pot and Ta Mok, as well as the remnants of the structure where Pol Pot was convicted of 'crimes against the Cambodian people.' What might otherwise be an overly morbid itinerary is redeemed by the stunning mountain scenery.


    Trip description

    We will pick you up from your Guesthouse/Hotel at 8:30am, gear up and start riding east. After a few minutes we´re already far away from tourists and traffic. We´re crossing small villages and rice field. Passing riverbeds and riding on small trails. At around 12pm we´re reaching Beng Mealea temple where we´re having lunch. After lunch we have enough time to explore the hidden jungle temple. In the early afternoon we ride further east direction Koh Ker. We have two options to go: 1st - a big paved road or 2nd - dirt roads and trails. At around 5pm we arrive at Sreaong Village; where we´re staying overnight at the house from the Chef of the commune. We have private bed rooms with fans and a shared bathroom with a shower. Cold drinks and basic food (noodles, rice, vegetables, etc..) are available. If you book in advanced we can organize a chicken or pork bbq for you. On the second day we´re having breakfast at around 7:30am and start riding at 8:30am. We´re passing by a few temples which belong to the Koh Ker temple complex. We have enough time for short breaks to take pictures and exploration. We´re crossing a couple of small villages and rice fields. After passing a challenging sandy trail we reach Chrom Srea where we´re having a basic lunch (noodle soup). We fill up our drinking water and another 30km of sandy trails are waiting for us. Finally we´re reaching Sra Em village, where we´re staying overnight in a hotel with air con and Wi-Fi. On the 3rd day after breakfast we´re riding along the bottom of Preah Vihear mountain crossing a checkpoint where we need to buy our entrance tickets for the temple( 10$/person, excluded the tour price) . Another 10 min ride up the mountain and we reach Preah Vihear temple next to the Thai border. We have 2 hours to explore this wide spread temple complex. Later on we´re riding around 125km along Dângrêk Mountains (old Khmer Rouge trail) to Anlong Veng, one of the last stronholds of the Khmer Rouge. We´re staying in a hotel with air con and wifi. The next morning after breakfast we´re riding up to the Thai border to visit Pol Pot´s crematory place, Da Mok house (General of the Khmer Rouge in the north Cambodia) and Pol Pot´s so called “bunker”. In the afternoon we´re heading back to Siem Reap, where we should arrive around 5pm.


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $180/day $150/day $150/day


    Including

    Accommodation + Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



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  • 6 Days Tour D10

    Anlong, Preah V., Kampong Sralau, Stung, Kampong Thom Siem Reap



    Anlong Veng is a district and small town in the Oddar Meanchey province of North-western Cambodia. There is a border crossing with Thailand's Si Saket Province 13 km north of Anlong Veng town, but its main claim to fame is its connection to the latter days of the Khmer Rouge revolutionaries. Pol Pot, Ta Mok, Son Sen and Khiev Samphan, the leaders of this genocidal organisation, all had homes here. The district also holds the graves of Pol Pot and Ta Mok, as well as the remnants of the structure where Pol Pot was convicted of 'crimes against the Cambodian people.' What might otherwise be an overly morbid itinerary is redeemed by the stunning mountain scenery.


    Preah Vihear Temple or Prasat Preah Vihear or Temple of Preah Vihear is a Hindu temple built during the reign of Khmer Empire, that is situated atop a 525-metre (1,722 ft) cliff in the Dângrêk Mountains, in the Preah Vihear province, Cambodia. In 1962, following a lengthy dispute between Thailand and Cambodia over ownership, a majority of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague awarded the temple to Cambodia. Affording a view for many kilometers across a plain, Prasat Preah Vihear has the most spectacular setting of all the temples built during the six-centuries-long Khmer Empire. As a key edifice of the empire's spiritual life, it was supported and modified by successive kings and so bears elements of several architectural styles. Preah Vihear is unusual among Khmer temples in being constructed along a long north-south axis, rather than having the conventional rectangular plan with orientation toward the east. The temple gives its name to Cambodia's Preah Vihear province, in which it is now located, as well as the Khao Phra Wihan National Park which borders it in Thailand's Sisaket province and through which the temple is most easily accessible. On July 7, 2008, Preah Vihear was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


    Kampong Sralau is a village situated on the border of Cambodia and Laos.


    Kampong Thom is a province of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Siem Reap to the northwest, Preah Vihear to the north, Stung Treng to the northeast, Kratie to the east, Kampong Cham, Kampong Chhnang to the south, and the Tonle Sap to the west.


    The provincial capital is Stung Saen, a town of approximately 30,000 people on the banks of the Stung Sen River.


    Kampong Thom is Cambodia's second-largest province by area. There are a number of significant Angkorian sites in the area, including Prasat Sambor Prei Kuk and Prasat Andet temples. As one of the nine provinces bordering Tonle Sap Lake, Kampong Thom is part of the Tonlé Sap Biosphere Reserve.


    Trip description

    We will pick you up from your Guesthouse/Hotel at 8:30 am, gear up and start riding east. After a few minutes, we´re already far away from tourists and traffic. We´re crossing small villages and rice fields, passing riverbeds, and riding on small trails. At around 12 pm, we´re reaching Beng Mealea temple where we´re having lunch. After lunch, we have enough time to explore the hidden jungle temple. In the early afternoon, we ride further east direction Koh Ker. We have two options to go: 1st - a big paved road or 2nd - dirt roads and trails. At around 5 pm, we arrive at Sreaong Village; where we´re staying overnight at the house from the Chef of the commune. We have private bed rooms with fans and a shared bathroom with a shower. Cold drinks and basic food (noodles, rice, vegetables, etc..) are available. If you book in advance we can organize a chicken or pork BBQ for you. On the second day we´re having breakfast at around 7:30 am and start riding at 8:30 am. We´re passing by a few temples that belong to the Koh Ker temple complex. We have enough time for short breaks to take pictures and exploration. We´re crossing a couple of small villages and rice fields. After passing a challenging sandy trail we reach Chrom Srea where we´re having a basic lunch (noodle soup). We fill up our drinking water and another 30km of sandy trails are waiting for us. Finally, we´re reaching Sra Em village, where we´re staying overnight in a hotel with air con and Wi-Fi. On the 3rd day after breakfast we´re riding along the bottom of Preah Vihear mountain crossing a checkpoint where we need to buy our entrance tickets for the temple( 10$/person, excluded the tour price) . Another 10 min ride up the mountain and we reach Preah Vihear temple next to the Thai border. We have 2 hours to explore this wide-spread temple complex. Later on, we´re riding around 125km along Dângrêk Mountains (old Khmer Rouge trail) to Anlong Veng, one of the last strongholds of the Khmer Rouge. We´re staying in a hotel with air con and wifi. The next morning after breakfast we´re riding up to the Thai border to visit Pol Pot´s crematory place, Da Mok house (General of the Khmer Rouge in north Cambodia) and Pol Pot´s so-called “bunker”. In the afternoon we´re heading back to Siem Reap, where we should arrive around 5 pm.


    Prices Per Person

    Pax 1 2 3+
    Prices US$ $180/day $150/day $150/day


    Including

    Accommodation + Guide + Motorbike Honda XR 250cc + Motorbike Gear + Gas + Minor Repair + Fun


    Not Including

    Personal expenses + Entrance Fees + Insurance + Motorbike Boots + Major Damage


    Map



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  • 1 Day Tour D11

    Scooter Tours Siem Reap



    Dirt biking is too extreme for you? ... No problem, Cambodia Dirtbike also offers Scooter tours to enjoy the country and the people on an easier way!!! We provide 125cc Scooters with 4 gears; easy shifting without a clutch. You never did it - you will learn it from our professional tour guides in 2 minutes!!!


    Trip description

    Many different options available - Just contact us and we will decide together with you regarding your preferences.


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