Tour code
VCT: MCT-11D - HCM - REP - 1
Travel style
Tour meets
Tour ends
3 - 4 star hotels
Single supplement
Number Of cycling days
8 days
Ages to ride
16 years old
Average distance per day
MTB Bike hire
Total cycling distance
510 km
E-Bike hire
Small group
Large Group
Price in US$
USD $2215.00 2215.00
Price in VND
What's included
Private A/C vehicle takes up all cyclists, luggage
Truck to carry all bikes
All entrance fees, ferry tickets in countryside
Daily cold water, snack, fresh fruits, facial tissues
B = 11 Breakfasts, L = 10 Lunches, D = 9 Dinners
10 nights: double room/ twin room
Speed boat to Phnom Penh
Pick up & drop off at hotels
Airport out
English speaking guide throughout the tour
What's not included
Personal travel insurance
Other personal expenses
Visa to Vietnam & Cambodia
International Flight
Drinks are not included with any meal

Depart at 7: 30, and you will transfer 1.5 hours out of Ho Chi Minh to explore the villages in Cu Chi. The tunnels of Cu Chi are an incredible underground network of 250km that Vietnamese guerilla soldiers against the South Vietnam Government and American soldiers. It's the tunnels not only for flighting but also for living.  We depart at 7:30 am from the hotel and drive a vehicle out of bustling Saigon City for half-day cycling through several hamlets and rubber plantations to Cu Chi Tunnels. See workers harvest natural latex rubber and stop at a local home to see how rice paper is made?

Arrival at tunnels, We enjoy lunch at a nice restaurant by the Saigon River. Then we watch the documentary film about tunnels during Vietnam War. Following are booby traps, secret entrances, fighting bunkers, air-holes, then craw to explore 3 levels of the tunnels. We stop at the weapon gallery and shooting range and return to Saigon in the afternoon. 

North hotel
25 km
Flat- rural paths
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits

Leave Saigon city centre and enjoy the scenic drive on the National Highway. After 1. hours transfer, we will start the ride in Long An, the getaways to Mekong Delta. Thanks to the fertile soils and fresh water all year rounds, the Mekong region offers the big rice bowls for the country, and many verdant fields, numerous orchards on flat land that are easy for you to explore. Enjoy lush scenery on small paths, cross the agricultural land. Discover the most rustic view of hamlets, experience the daily life of farmers. The bike routes are accessible with all terrains, concrete, dirt lance, gravel roads, and through verdant vegetation paddies, and vibrant hamlets in rural Dists of Long An and My Tho. Enjoy lunch at a restaurant locally in My Tho.

Afterward, you will transfer to Ham Luong bridge for the afternoon adventure. The smooth concrete paths under the shadow of coconut trees make your pace through villages and cross numerous rivers by ferries and narrow bridges. We ride through quiet villages, ride on tiny suspension bridges, enjoy ferry crossings water channels, with visiting coconut factories and family businesses. The smooth concrete paths under the shadow of coconut trees make your pace through villages and cross numerous rivers by ferries and narrow bridges. The rural villages offer different sceneries; rustic villages, lush water palms alongside water channels. At last, we have a ferry to Tra Vinh City in the late afternoon.

Cuu Long Provincial/ Nha Khach Tinh Tra Vinh
Brerakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 65km
Flat- rural paths
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits

After breakfast, a 20-minute transfer you out of the town for a morning ride takes you deep into the homeland of the Khmer people (Cambodian). Most of them follow the Buddhism branch, which influenced original Buddhism from the Indian- Theravada. We ride the removed hamlets deeply, passing some of the monks walking along the villages, locals give them food. Visit many old colourful Khmer temples and the home of Khmer Ethnic, learn the history of Khmer Emprise and culture. Meet farmers working on farms, cross irrigation canals and fruit gardens—lunch en route, with a transfer 30 minutes to rural Dist of Vinh Long to continue biking. We explore some vibrant villages by the Mekong River, pedal through fruit orchards, have some ferry crossings, and end up today's ride in Binh Minh for a short drive to Can Tho, the capital of Mekong Delta Vietnam.

TTC Hotel Premium - Can Tho
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 80km
Flat- rural paths
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits

After breakfast, we check out for a motorized boat ride to the bustling Cai Rang floating market. Locals from rural villages usually take their farm products to this market by boat in the early morning. This is an opportunity you can activities surroundings are in action; sellers and buyers are exchange goods from sampans to sampans. Many little wooden boats move up and down and try to find good dealers for business, following the floating marketer, a transfer you to another side of Hau Giang River on the longest suspension bridge. We ride across farmlands of sweet potatoes, enjoy dirt track cycling, visit the home of Vietnamese producing rice and sticky rice powders. We stop off in Sadec town for the highlight visit to Huynh Thuy Le ancient house.

This wonderfully atmospheric 1895 house on the riverfront, near the market. Huynh Thuy Le was the son of a wealthy Chinese family who had an affair with Marguerite Duras in 1929 when she was only 15. She immortalized the romance in The Lover, eventually made into a film. The house is a Sino-French design with intricate interior woodwork, mother-of-pearl inlaid doors, heavy wooden furniture and original floor tiles made in France. Enjoy tasty lunch at the house before we bike through the village of flowers in the countryside of Sadec, enjoy watching colourful plants and flowers. Make some stops, admire the bright flower fields, and experience taking care of plants and flowers. Afterward, we cycle past rustic country and Buddhist pagodas. Finally, you will transfer to Cao Lanh city with a ferry crossing the Mekong River.

Sao Mai hotel
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 75km
Flat- rural paths
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits

In the morning, we explore the wetland of the Mekong Delta and Giang island in An Giang province. Most of the removed village's houses are stilt-houses and built by local materials. This is the way we experience the life of locals through stilt-houses along the country roads. Stop at a crouching market at conners in rural where locals pass by. Enjoy the Mekong river's scenery on ferry boats, explore the islands, explore the peaceful, seemingly undiscovered Gieng island and its rustic villages. Cu Lao Gieng is considered one of the largest and oldest parishes in the Mekong Delta. Spend time to experience local culture, and ride past the Catholic monastery. Take some photos of the Monastery complex, visit one of the beautiful Roman churches on Gieng island.

We escape the island on the new bridge, looking over the catfish farms on the river—afterwards, a-30 minute transfer to Cho Moi for lunch. We explore the charming villages in the afternoon, pass many pagodas, verdant vegetation, and some hamlets along Bassac River, with many catfish farmings. We wander through villages along Bassac River, passing Cham Muslim community, scenic towns, take a ferry to Chau Doc.

Chau Pho
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 75 km
Flat- rural paths
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits

Today we leave Vietnam for Cambodia by speed boat journey. Most international travellers love 4.5 hours on waterways between Vietnam and Cambodia, and it's a fantastic way to admire the natural beauty of the Mekong Delta's timeless scenery. The luxury boat offers comfortable seats, packed lunch on board, and a pro team with a local guide accompanies the group. The local guide will assist travellers' visa documents at Vinh Xuong Water Border Gate and the visa procedure at Kaamsamnor Border Gate before the boat arrives in Phnom Penh. Enjoy watching real life on river banks,  fishing villages, bamboo-stilt houses, colourful floating villages, and regular local ferries take locals across the Mekong River.

After breakfast, say goodbye to the team and board the speed boat at 7: 15 am. Travellers who haven't got the Cambodia visa before the trip! and will get a Cambodia visa at the border. Please take 3 passport photos with you on the trip. Arrives in Phnom Penh at midday, meet your guide and driver transfer to the hotel. Explore the city on your own the rest of the day until dinner in town with your guide, and he will make a trip briefing the following days in Cambodia.

Please keep your passport, visa photos, and other related documents on your day bag for your visa application process. Your guide will help you with exit and visa procedures at both Vietnamese and Cambodian border gates. Please don't keep your passport and its papers in your suitcase.

Double Leaf Boutique Hotel
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
Hang Chau speed boat
Transfer in/out

Oudong is one of the ancient towns in Cambodia, at the base of Phnom Udong Mountain, northwest of Phnom Penh. It was the site of the royal capital from the 17th to the 19th centuries. There are many old Royal Palace and historical sites in Udong. 

After breakfast, you'll transfer to Prev Phnov Bridge. We take a leisurely cycle through many small village communities, farmlands. The routes are varied terrains, from tarmac to gravel through stilt-house villages. Ride through rice paddies and stopping along the way to learn rich culture and history about this region. We explore Oudong Mountain, visit the Phreah Reach Traop Mountain, enjoy the stunning scenery, enjoy the views, looking over the green fields. Have a tasty lunch at a local home.

Following lunch, the ride continues through the Oudong town's outskirts toward to Kampong Chhnang. We back on the vehicle in a rural village on the way, and have a transfer to Kampong Chhnang.

Sovann Phum Hotel and Restaurant
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 65 km
Flat- rural paths
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits

Kampong Chhnang is an amazing tiny town and near the Ton Le Sap. Kampong Chhnang Province centuries ago was a coastal city on the route between China and India; due to sedimentation from the Mekong River, the coastline moved much farther to sea. When the Tonle Sap river changed its course, the city lost its primary water source and thus was deserted, the population moving to a town called Kampong Tralach. A city gradually formed around it, bring new life to Kampong Chhnang. A museum presents the archaeological record of the city's history.

Today we set off a bit earlier because there is a long way to Battambang. We'll transfer 1.5 hours to Krakor township, and we ride to Kampong incredible Luong Floating village. Take a-30 minute composite boat ride to experience local daily activities, pass grocery shops, local schools, petrol stations, pagodas, hospitals, and ice factories. See locals making dried fish. Fish lined up in neat rows on skewers on the sun, and the fish will be kept for up to a year. The entire village life is on floating houses and boats.

Afterwards, we enjoy dirt track cycling through lowland country farms of mixed vegetables, rice paddies, passing numerous ancient temples. The routes are trail, dirt track, and many are shady palm trails. Then we ride along the Pusat river. Lunch en route. Today's ride will end at Pusat town, and you'll transfer to Battambang.

Classy Hotel & Spa
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 45 km
Flat- rural paths
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits

Battambang is a charming small town and a blend of French colonial architecture, surrounded by beautiful countryside. It was founded in the 11th century by the Khmer Empire. Battambang is the leading rice-producing province of the country. The morning lets you explore the smile of locals by bike and the bamboo train with breaks at rice paper production, local Buddhist monasteries, and local rice wine production. Enjoy the scenery as we bike at our own pace. Taste the delicious lunch at the local restaurant before a boat cruise on the Sangker River takes you through the countryside of fishing villages, palm trees, and lush paddy farms. Arrive at the Tonle Sap dock and transfer to Siem Reap in the late afternoon.

In the afternoon, following lunch with two options:

  1. Take the afternoon boat ride from Battambang to Siem Reap in the rainy season- high water levels Cruising to Battambang from late July - early January
  2. Take a transfer from Battambang to Siem Reap in the dry season- low water levels - transfer to Battambang from late January to Early July
Steung Siem Reap Hotel
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
Flat- rural paths
support vehicles
cold water, snacks, fruits

Angkor Wat is listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered one of the largest religious complexes in the world. It's your highlight spot on your trip, and you'll transfer to Angkor Wat's entrance. We ride a circuit around some of the temples and ride to Ta Prohm, the well-known temples overgrown by trees, then to Bayon in Angkor Thom, Bayon temple, the Terrace of the Elephants. Explore many mysterious giants carved faces, incredibly detailed carvings. Enjoy lunch at a small restaurant and continue your discovery of Angkor.

Steung Siem Reap Hotel
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Farewell dinner
25 - 35 km
Flat- rural paths
support vehicles cold
water, snacks, fruits

Enjoy breakfast and spend time shopping in Siem Reap until a pick up for Siem Reap international airport. Tour End!

airport out


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Cycling from Saigon to Angkor Wat 11 Days/ 10 Nights