Cycling Vietnam to Cambodia-Saigon to Siem Reap

Introduction

Travelling from Ho Chi Minh to Siem Reap by bicycle is a great way to experience local life, cross the Mekong River network and travel through the charming villages of Vietnam and Cambodia. Begins a fantastic journey from the famous historic Saigon through the most Delta's beautiful countryside, speed boat upstream Mekong River to the Phnom Penh Capital city before spending a couple of days in Siem Reap. The only bicycle allows tourists to meet locals at their homes, cross many small rivers by little ferry boats, and cycle into removed hamlets. Enjoy every moment of your cycling adventures, and travel through inland waterways, and discover the Unesco World Heritage Site of Angkor before going back home.

Tour details

Price
USD $2025.00 2025.00
Tour code
VBR: MCT11F- HCM - REP- 1
Duration
Number Of cycling days
8 days
Single supplement
400.00$
Average distance per day
45km
Bike Hire
US$120
Total cycling distance
495km
Destination
Ages to ride
16 years old
Tour meets
Tour ends
Small group
04
Large Group
14
What's included
Private A/C vehicle takes up all cyclists, luggage
Truck to carry all bikes, spare bikes
New Giant MTB, wheel size: 27.5" hydraulic brake
Helmets, new bottles of water
All entrance fees, ferry tickets in countryside
Daily cold water, snack, fresh fruits, facial tissues
9 nights: double room/ twin room
Speed boat to Phnom Penh
English speaking guide throughout the tour
Bicycle mechanic
Pick up & drop off at hotels
Airport out
What's not included
Personal travel insurance
Other personal expenses
Drinks are not included with any meal
Visa to Vietnam & Cambodia

Full Itinerary

Day
1
Meet in Ho Chi Minh

Enjoy a full-day tour to explore Ho Chi Minh or Saigon, the largest city in Vietnam, situated in the south, and covers 2,061 square kilometres. In the morning, visit the historic Reunification Palace, War Remnant Museum, Saigon Post Office, Notre Dame Cathedral, and Ngoc Hoang Emperor Jade Pagoda, have lunch in the city center, and continue to travel China Town. Stop at Thien Hau Temple, and spend the rest at Binh Tay wholesale market.  Return to the hotel, dine with the team, get a trip briefing from the tour leader.

Northern Hotel Saigon
Lunch/ Dinner
Day
2
Ho Chi Minh - Cai Be

We commence with an hour's drive south to the rural village of Tan An City to see the lushly green Mekong Delta by bicycle. We cycle through beautiful farmlands where locals grow many dragon fruits and kinds of rice. Then we ride cross through a network of farming canals and rustic villages to the high road. The morning is about 35km, but it could make flexible from 20 - 35km—lunch en route before we enjoy a boat trip from Cai Be to An Binh Island where we stay a night local home. The boat journey is about 2 hours with many stops at small villages where villagers make cottage roofs and fruit gardens and visit the oldest house in Cai Be township before the boat crosses the Mekong River to An Binh Island.

Ut Trinh home-stay
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 40km
Easy/moderate
Day
3
Cai Be - Tra Vinh

The countryside and paths we ride through today are lush countryside of fruit orchards, farmlands of coconut trees and some backwaters. We ride through the An Binh Island from the homestay, pass local markets by the canals, cross many small creeks on narrow bridges, pedal on the dirt tracks alongside Mekong River to Cai Mon. In the afternoon, we explore Ben Tre's countryside and rustic villages on smooth paths. The routes are smooth through thousands of coconuts trees, water palms, and cross irrigational canals. We will stop at some local family businesses that produce coconut jellies and fibres before we enjoy a ferry crossing to Tra Vinh City.

Cuu Long/ Nha Khach Tra Vinh hotels
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 70km
Easy/ moderate
Day
4
Tra Vinh - Can Tho

Tra Vinh populated with many members of the Khmer Krom ethnic group. They were partly members of the old Khmer Empire, later divided under political and historical turmoil. It is one of the most beautiful countrysides to travel by bicycle. The morning ride is exciting for us to explore and learn about Khmer and Vietnamese's local culture directly from people's homes. We cycle on paths, cross the rice paddy fields through Khmer villages and green farms, stop at some colourful Khmer temples. Enjoy lunch in a small town in Cau Ke. The afternoon ride is more enjoyable, with some tiny ferry boats crossing small branches of the Mekong River. We ride on trails along the Mekong River, through lush orchards and rustic countryside to Binh Minh, where we have a support vehicle drive to Can Tho City.

TTC Hotel - Premium Can Tho
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 70km
Easy/ Moderate
Day
5
Can Tho - Long Xuyen

Cai Rang is the largest wholesale floating market in the Mekong Delta. It’s a real floating market. It starts around 05:00 and runs until 8:30 AM, meaning boat tours pick up around 05:00. It’s a six kilometer around a 30-minute boat ride from Can Tho. You really need to see the market in action. After a boat ride you to this market, this boat will get through this market slowly so that you see people exchanging farm products from small boats to big boats. On the morning ride, we ride along rivers, farmland of orchards, passing timber factories, rice husking mills and kindergartens and middle-schools along countryside back road. In the afternoon, we ride cross rice fields, through villages of thatch houses, house on stilts by rivers, canals and stopping at Bang Lang stork garden before a transfer takes you to Long Xuyen city

Hoa Binh I/ Dong Xuyen hotels
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 80km
Easy/ moderate
Day
6
Long Xuyen - Tri Ton - Chau Doc

Chau Doc is a small border town, but it is a tourist place because it has many gateways to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, by boat and land.  Chau Doc is about 65km by car from Long Xuyen and by bicycle is about 85km. The routes are lush green farmlands that were abandoned lands before 1975. It's an excellent opportunity to explore the removed hamlets, meet friendly farmers, and have a boat ride through Tra Su Natural Forest Revere. Depart from the hotel at 7:00 with a 30-minute transfer to a selected village where we start riding. Views the peaceful rice bowl of Mekong delta, enjoy the natural sceneries, rural scenes on the whole. Visit Buddhist pagodas, and stop at some small markets besides the paths.  Lunch en route. In the afternoon, we ride on various dirt tracks through communities along channels to Tra Su Forest. We arrive at the perfect time to explore this forest when many birds return to their homes to sleep. Explore this forest by a quiet motorboat ride and sampan boat paddling by locals. Then, cycle to Chau Doc. Stay the last night in Vietnam.

Victoria Chau Doc
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 80km
Easy/ moderate
Day
7
Chau Doc - speed boat to Phnom Penh

After breakfast, say good bye to the team and board on the speed boat to leave Vietnam for Cambodia. The boat journey is upstream of the Mekong River, and it takes about 4 hours and a half. It is the perfect time to watch locals living, several small routine ferry boats cross through, and floating villages along the river banks. Enjoy a healthily packed lunch on board with the crews. There is a local guide accompanying the group to help you with some visa documents at Vinh Xuong Water Border Gate and then the visa procedure at Kaamsamnor Border Gate before the boat journey to Phnom Penh- the Capital City of Cambodia. You are welcomed at the dock by Vietnam Backroads Team and taken to the hotel to check-in. Take  a rest, and explore Phnom Penh on your own until having dinner in town. 

Palace Gate Hotel & Resort
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
Kiwi standing on oval
Victoria Speed Boat
Day
8
Phnom Penh – Oudong - Kampong Thom

Depart from the hotel with a quick transfer on Asian High Way 1, along Tonle Sap River to Prek Phnov.  Then we cycle through the beautiful backwater countryside of Prek Phnov, cross the lake, through vibrant villages with stilted houses, rice paddies, local communities farmlands, learn the local culture and customs before we continue to Oudong Mountain. This is a comfortable ride on dirt tracks and country back roads with rustic countryside along the way and mountain views in Oudong surroundings. We have lunch before we visit the temple, enjoy the views from the mountain, look over the immense farmlands. The temple on the hill was the capital of Cambodia around 200 years until the King moves it to Phnom Penh, and it is now the capital city. Then we continue to bike toward Kampong Thom. Finally, we have a transfer to the City centre to check in the hotel.

Glorious Hotel & Spa
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
30 - 65km
Easy/ moderate
Day
9
Kampong Thom – Sambor Prei Kuk - Siem Reap

After breakfast, we travel by support vehicle, just about 15 minutes from the hotel. We cycle to Sambor Prei Kuk, a ruined complex that dates back to the Pre-Angkorian Chenla Kingdom from the late 6th to 9th century. The property comprises more than a hundred temples, ten of which are octagonal, unique specimens of their genre in South-East Asia. The countryside to Sambor Prei Kuk is beautiful with stilted house villages, colossal rice paddy fields, and plenty of palm trees.  The roads are mixe of dirt tracks on rural and country roads, with less traffic through the small towns. We visit the temple on foot, walk-on track, and learn about the site of Sambor Prei Kuk, “the temple in the richness of the forest” in the Khmer language, has been identified as Ishanapura, the capital of the Chenla Empire that flourished in the late 6th and early 7th centuries AD. Then we carry the ride moving to Siem Reap. Lunch en route and have vehicle transfer to Siem Reap. There is a coffee break at Kompong Kdei bridge for the opportunity photo taken. 

IBIS Styles
Breakfast/ Lunch/Dinner
30 - 60km
Easy/moderate
Day
10
Angkor Watt Discovery

Angkor was the capital of the Khmer Empire that evolved from the 9th century north of the lake Tonle Sap. The Empire encompassed much of south-east Asia, and it had a lot of political and cultural influence on the whole region until its downfall in the 14th century. Because of this influence of the Khmer Empire and because several artistic masterpieces are still left, the site was placed on the World Heritage List. Today, we explore the incredible Angkor Temple complex, it's surroundings, including the jungle by bicycle. We first travel to Angkor by bus to watch Angkor Sunrise. Then we explore the Angkor temple, Ta Prohm, followed by famous sites of Angkor Thom; Victory Gate, the Bayon, Baphuon, Phimean Akas, the Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King. Next, we ride through the jungle and explore many ancient Angkor sites. Finally, we return to Siem Reap by vehicle.  

IBIS Styles
Breakfast/ Lunch
25km
Easy/moderate
Day
11
Siem Reap - Deparute

After breakfast at the hotel, a pick up and transfer to the Siem Reap Airport for International flight home. Tour End!

Breakfast/

More Info

Road Condition

Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta, Vietnam, has rural path network systems, and they had very well-developed by governments. All country back roads are asphalt, concrete paths connecting villages to villages as it's a vast network. The rest are dirt tracks, so do not worry about exploring the Mekong Delta by bicycle, even you are a beginner. Depending on the regions, lowlands, or jungles, and rural villages of each province, our hand-picked routes are the best for your biking trips


Flexible route - The most important key is to your trip

You do not have to ride the exact kilometer distance as it's showing on the daily biking of each itinerary. It will be flexible as you want. Even you could choose the longest distance that more than 80km per day if a whole day ride. You could spend more time cycling if you think the biking distance is too short! Or you can enjoy short routes and spend more time taking photos, stopping at villages/ small markets, or the home of locals to find something interesting.


Throughout the Mekong Delta and its rivers with thousand branches! You will ride on various roads; flat trails, paths, rural roads, and country back roads where they are too small for vehicles. However, the Mekong Delta River network has natural creeks and canals that small ferry boats are such essential ways of travelling in the countryside, and riders have no choice!


Cycling routes

We tailor-make unique bike trips depend on the specific route and terrain of your tour. Vietnam Backroads is the first cycle tour operator to explore and build up many adventure trips to Soc Trang, Bac Lieu, Ca Mau, Rach Gia, Vi Thanh, Cao Lanh, and Sadec and removed villages. Our top cycle tour operator and the pathfinder are Mr Van, nicknamed "Van the man" Each cycling route has to be meticulously well-scouted, investigated, scouted out, and mapped out beforehand by Mr. Van the man. Our guides are licensed, well trained in bike maintenance and navigation and know all routes as they are on their hands. All bike guides can tailor a custom route suitable to your wish and levels of cycling skills.


How were the backup vehicles support cyclists on the trip?

Most routes are small, narrow, just wide enough for two bicycles OR mopeds. There are vehicles to support riders on the entire trip (van/minibus to take up all cyclists and truck to carry all bikes and spare bikes), but they are too big to drive on, follow riders along through the countryside. Do remember! All support vehicles are permanently closed and not far from the group. Where are the support vehicles during the trip? Depends on routes, vehicles sometimes move along the high roads, second highways, or country roads as close to riders as possible. If one of the riders wants to relax on A/C vehicle, the tour leaders will find the shortest route that leads he/she to the support vehicles that are always on standby. That is very easy and also the way Vietnam Backroads organized. 

Weather

The temperatures in the Mekong delta are all year round, about 25-28°C with only slight variations. The climate of the Mekong River Basin ranges from temperate to tropical. In the Upper Mekong Basin, some of the taller peaks of the Tibetan Plateau are glaciated. Much of this part of the Basin is snow-covered in winter. Melting snow from the Tibetan Plateau feeds the Mekong River’s dry-season flow, especially in the middle reaches. In the relatively lower elevations of the Yunnan province of China, the climate of the Mekong River Basin changes, and the temperature gradually increases.


  • The dry season is from October to the last of April. Farmers make three rice crops per year, so travelers meet them at their homes and see them working on farmlands. Significantly, the dry season is closed to the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, and it makes locals doing more and trying to work hard to get more money. The weather is nice, low temperature and more relaxed than other seasons.

  • The wet season is called the flooded season or the monsoon season. It is the time of year when most of a region's average annual rainfall occurs. Sea level is higher than usual by heavy rains from upstream countries; Tibetan- China, Laos , Thailand, and Cambodia. Provinces in southwest of Mekong Delta have yearly flooded but not so long. It's from last of August to early of Nov. That is the best way to see Mekong Delta on back roads by bicycle.

    In general, the preferred travel time is the dry season. But even during the rainy season from May to October is also a perfect time to travel by bicycle of very short rains. The rain usually comes in short, heavy showers, mainly in the afternoon, and only lasts for an hour. Only a few days a year, the temperature is below 20°C. It usually takes around one hour, then gone, and sunshine turns back to normal.

Vehicles

Private Support Vehicles

2 to 4 riders in a group

There is only one A/C 16 seater van to take up all riders, luggage & suitcases, and bikes. There are four rows of seating for passengers on the A/C 16 seater van. Two people sit on each row. The third row is for luggage and suitcases. The last row of seats will be folded up, so all bikes will be uploaded here.

A medium group tour: from 5 to 7 people

There will be two vehicles to support riders on the entire trip. One 16 seater van to take up all riders, luggage & suitcases. Another truck to carry all bikes, spare bikes, tool kits, icebox to keep cold drinks, and so on




A large group tour: 8 to 14 people

One minibus to take up all riders, including luggage & suitcases, and one truck to carry all bikes, spare bikes, water, cold drinks, and snacks...Iceboxes



A group has more than 15 riders and more than 20 people

We provide two vans and one minibus, and one truck to escort large groups of riders and help ensure their safety. Our pro guide will motivate a team with support vehicles to bring the best services to riders.

 

27.5 Giant MTB bikes & Trek Hybrid Touring Bikes

1. There are 60 pro MTB bikes and hybrid MTB bikes and available in store and they are ready for all cycling tours

MTB Bikes for kids: wheel size 20", 24" with  suspension seatpost. Kid heights: 120cm, 130cm, 145cm

Pro Giant Mountain Bike - 650B/ 27.5" wheel size

27.5" Pro mountain bikes are use for off-road cycling; on dirt track and hilly single track narrow paths and also country back roads.

27.5" wheel size and MTB tires 27.5" x 1.95 is the best choice and suitable and good for challenge and technical mountain biking. 

1 - Good quality and lightweight Alloy MTB 27.5" frames 

2 - 27.5" Rockshox XC30 , 100mm travel, manual lockout

3 - SR Gel saddle - Very soft and comfortable for riding

4 - Deore Shimano Group set

5 - Shimano hydraulic disc brake

6 - Shimano Deore hubs - 32 holes

7 - 27.5" Alexrims disc brake rims - 32 holes

8 - Maxxis Cross Mark 27.5 x 1.95 - Good quality and suitable for both on road and off-road riding

9 - Soft grips

10 - FSA sealed bearing headset

11 - Cycle Track, massive MTB flat pedals with sealed bearings

12 - All bikes are well-maintained by Mr Van and his team



2. There are 25 Trek hybrid mountain bikes available in our store.  Hybrid bike tires 700 x 38- Good choice for a long trip: Saigon to Hanoi and Hanoi to Saigon

Hybrid bikes are use for an off-road cycling through countryside, dirt track and but working on muddy road. Its really good for touring a long trip, it moves faster and easier. Hybrid bike gives you an easy to pedal uphills, smooth bicycle riding on quiet concrete paths and country back roads. The best choice to challenge mountain and serious hills

1 - Good quality and lightweight alloy hybrid frame

2 - 29" Rockshox XC30 , 100mm travel, manual lockout

3 - SR Gel saddle - Very soft and comfortable saddle

4 - Deore Shimano Group set

5 - Shimano hydraulic disc brake

6 - Shimano Deore hubs - 32 holes

7 - 29" Alexrims touring rims, disc brake - 32 holes

8 - Schwalbe CX Comp 700 x 38 - Good quality and suitable for both off-road cycling and touring a long trip

9 - Soft grips

10 - FSA sealed bearing headset

11 - Cycle Track, massive MTB flat pedals with sealed bearings

12 - All bikes are well-maintained by Mr Van and his team


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Reviews

We have just returned to South Africa from our trip to your wonderful country. First off let me say that our cycle experience with your company was absolutely first class. From the very beginning, when we met Thang at the airport, to when we parted company with your Cambodian guide, Art Siem Reap airport we were treated so well. Let me start at the beginning. Our initial booking and all the subsequent hundreds of emails I sent were answered promptly and with exact information. Thang is an asset to your company. Everyone absolutely loved him. He has a super sense of humor, he is courteous, well informed and always helpful. We also appreciated that we had the other guides with us. They too always looked after us. The few times one of us got lost was sorted out quickly. Our cycles and helmets were perfect. The iced towels at the end of each section of our ride were such a nice touch and so welcomed as were the abundance of cool drinks, cold water and snacks. I would recommend your company to everyone and will write an article about our experience in one of our magazines. I will also write a reference on Trip Advisor. (please let me know if you have a link) Let me also say that we enjoyed it when you joined us on the trip. Please thank Thang for us. We won’t forget him. He is a fine young man. We realised how much went into planning this trip. The driver with the bikes was always there when we rode up sweating and in need of a rest. The driver of our bus and his little assistant were so pleasant and helpful. Please let them know we appreciated them so much. Some of our party, in fact only two, found Art a little difficult to understand and I think they wrote this in their assessment of him. I, personally think they were far too critical as I found Art a wonderful guide. He too was courteous, well informed and went out of his way to see that we were looked after. I recommend him highly. Please let him know that we enjoyed him as a guide. His tour of the Anghor Wat and the other temples was fantastic. We loved riding around in that area. The cycle ride on the wall of the dam was so beautiful and we have wonderful pictures of us cycling in that area. Van, thank you for all the planning that went into this trip. Thank you for giving us Thang and Art as guides and thank you for an amazing insight into your country and its people. If I have one criticism it will be that the litter all over is out of control and if both Vietnam and Cambodia want to promote tourism the governments must go on an all out campaign to get the communities to clean up their areas. The people involved in tourism should also get together to ensure that your government takes a strong stand on this. What a pity to spoil such a beautiful place. 06 Mar, 2016

Moira Clark gr…

We are both back home and into our normal work routines - our two weeks holiday flew by. The whole trip was very enjoyable, well organised and we would certainly recommend it. The two parts (Vietnam & Cambodia) were very different with the Mekong Delta providing the most rewarding part of the trip for me. The Cambodia part had some challenges but overall was still good. In Vietnam, Dat was a superb guide and riding with him was a great experience. He was enthusiastic and made a special effort to explain to us what we were looking at, helped us to engage with the local people and also found us a huge selection of fruit and snacks to try. I felt that he genuinely wanted to give us the best tour that he could and to show us as much as he could. He balanced his time between Tamar and us well and kept us all happy. The hotels were all OK – the Chau Doc Hotel was spectacular and (for us) it would have been good to have arrived a little earlier so that we could use the swimming pool and facilities. The only part of the Vietnam tour that we didn’t enjoy was the visit to the Khmer Rouge Killing Fields memorial. It is a painful and difficult topic and I understand why it was included with his office and arranged the trip but I am sure with a little more advance planning we could have had an even better day and visited some more out of the way places. Siem Reap is more of a tourist super highway than a back road so the end of the trip was very different to the start. The temples at Angkor are superb and Siem Reap has a very lively ‘backpacker’ nightlife which was good fun and it was a good way to finish. On a more serious note, Chek unfortunately had an accident towards the end of our first day in Siem Reap and had to have 6 stitches in his knee so he could not ride. I am very pleased to say that we saw him again on the last day and he was making a good recovery. The loss of our guide was handled very professionally. Chek found an alternate guide (Chouy) who was very good and made our next day visiting the temples very enjoyable - even if he was a bit shaky and slow on his bike at times. Our hotels in Cambodia were all fine without being great. I hope that this feedback is useful and feel free to ask for more details. We both hope that we can find a way to come back visit you all again soon. April 2, 2014

Nick and Jonat…

We had a most memorable time with Vietnam Backroads, we would do it again and certain would recommend your company to others. Here a few things we enjoyed as well as some other feedback. Hotels were great and trip organization was fantastic - this allowed us to focus more on the vacation/site-seeing aspect of the adventure Guides and drivers - wonderful people. The bikes in Cambodia were more comfortable than the bikes we used in Vietnam. Food was excellent but at times too much - we hate to waste food and we felt because of the large portions, we were wasting some of it. The guides in Cambodia would stop and educate us along the way about the culture, people, history, etc. The same thing occurred in Vietnam but not as much. Day to Day flexibility was perfect allowing us to ride at our own pace. We would have liked to stop at some of the smaller markets in remote towns, we missed some of those opportunities. Overall, the experience was excellent, we would love to do it again someday. Nov, 2012

Jason Kuczek a…

I will send through the valuation form, very tired but wanted to send you a quick note to say how happy we all were with the trip. You and your staff did an amazing job organizing our cycling over 3 countries, 3 languages and all worked efficiently. Everyone had such a good time and I am sure I will get a few more to come back next year. Cycling Mekong Delta Vietnam Cycling Cambodia Thank you again, will be in touch. November 10, 2013 Leonie Leonie's group of 15 from Australia Cycling 10D/9N HCM - Mekong Delta - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap Overall your arrangement is very good. The back up, the food, the accommodation are all superb. And most of all the guide provided is excellent. He speak very good English, very knowledgeable, very easy to get along and very diplomatic. Great job, we definitely like to recommend to my friends. 21st - 30th April 2013 Tan Lye Hock party from Malaysia Cycling 10D/9N HCM - Mekong Delta - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap I took a rest when I choose Vietnam Backroads for myself and my team, but its the best from the internet. It turn out more than I expected and your guide Mr Thang is very professional and very knowledgeable. There is not a boring moment with him around. He made us feel very comfortable and we enjoyed our ride very much. The numerous coffee break is good and dinner is excellent. On behalf of my team, I would say "Big thank you" to Vietnam Backroads Bicycle Tours. 21st - 30th April 2013

Chan party of …

We arrived back home yesterday. Had a great time on our trip! Thank you for leaving the cycling jersey's for us at our hotel room in Chau Doc, we really appreciated those. We left our feedback form with Thai for the Vietnam portion of the trip. Overall we really enjoyed our experience. Both guides were great. Thai was extremely professional, educational and accommodating while we were there. Our guide in Cambodia, Po Leak, was maybe not as professional as Thai but was very informative, friendly, and helpful as well. The one thing that would have made the trip even better is if we were provided some kind of detailed map to follow along with where we came from and went every day that had descriptions about our destinations. I had a little trouble remembered where we were and where we were going each day because we went so many places in such a short time. Otherwise the trip was great and we will definitely recommend it to our friends. We also plan to write a review for you on Trip Adviser at some point in the next week or so to help promote Vietnam Backroads. 28 Nov 2011

Michael Jazwie…

Hi Van,

It was good to be able to get on the bus to skip a section of the day's ride when it was very hot or an uninteresting bit along the tar road.
The back roads through villages and countryside were excellent, very interesting. The guides were all terrific, also the drivers.
Vietnam Backroads did a great job returning our luggage that was lost by Malaysian Airlines.
Colin & Joanne Burke, November 10, 2013

Leonie's group…

Overall your arrangement is very good. The back up, the food, the accommodation are all superb. And most of all the guide provided is excellent. He speak very good English, very knowledgeable, very easy to get along and very diplomatic.

Great job, we definitely like to recommend to my friends. 21 - 30 April 2013

Tan Lye Hock p…

I took a rest when I choose Vietnam Backroads for myself and my team, but its the best from the internet. It turn out more than I expected and your guide Mr Thang is very professional and very knowledgeable. There is not a boring moment with him around. He made us feel very comfortable and we enjoyed our ride very much. The numerous coffee break is good and dinner is excellent.
On behalf of my team, I would say "Big thank you" to Vietnam Backroads Bicycle Tours. 21 - 30 April 2013

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Photos

At the primary school outside Cai Be
CaiRang floating market
Khmer monks walking through villages to get foods, Tieu Can
Mekong cycling trails
Daily ride on the trip; pick the bike, get water
Relaxing boat ride through Tra Su forest after along day ride
Ride deeply into removed villages of Cambodian
So beautiful and friendly Cambodian lady in fornt of her house
Cyclists joined in the Cambodian Wedding Ceremony
At the Banteay Srey Temple - Citadel of Women