19 Days Vietnam – Cambodia - Thailand bicycle tours offer for active travelers one of incredible way to experience through three fascinating countries in Southeast Asian. Start from “ Rice bowls” of Vietnam – Mekong Delta. 
It is actually rewarding trip for travellers who want to get out the crowded, interact with friendly people, admire stunning rice fields and pristine scenic beauty. 

19 Day Ho  Chi Minh ( Sai Gon) – Angkor-  Siem Reap – Bang Kok -  Thai Land  Bicycle trip will start from  Hochiminh City ( Sai Gon) , We set our way to My Tho  - The gateway of Mekong delta and Vinh Long – the home of Coconut tree and its productions. Experience boat trip through rustic villages to understand their daily life. Then transfer to Can Tho – The western Capital of  Mekong Delta. Can Tho is one of the fifth big cities of Vietnam. It has been well known  as the capital of cat fish, Rice and other agriculture products.
Cai Rang Floating Market is unique public activities. Opening in early morning everyday, Cai Rang Floating Market boast the best scenery and atmosphere for travellers. Joining in this market, you will experience the diversity of productions, cultural activities. 
We kick off our pedal  on paved road and beaten paths through stunning rice paddy and rustic villages, vibrant floating Market to   lush scenic beauty of
Cambodia. Cycling through “ Killing Field” to learn about the Dark chapter of Cambodia history. 
We kick off our pedals  on paved road and beaten paths through stunning rice paddy and rustic villages, vibrant floating Market to   lush scenic beauty of Cambodia.
Cycling through “ Killing Field” to learn about the Dark chapter of Cambodia history. 
19 Day Southern Vietnam - Mekong Delta - Phnom penh - Siem Reap - Angkor - Bangkok Thailand cycling trip continue on single track  and shaddy giant trees through Mother of all temples, Angkor Wat. Believed to be the world’s largest religious building, this temple is the perfect fusion of symbolism and symmetry and a source of pride and strength to all Khmers. Built in the 12th century by King Suryavarman II, this is the most famous temple at Angkor. As we tour, we will begin unraveling the mysteries of the bas-reliefs that tell of tales from Hindu mythology and the Khmer empire. 
Stretching for almost one kilometre, this intricate carv¬ing is a candidate for the world’s longest unbroken piece of art. We then continue to the upper levels of the inner sanctuary. The final steps to the upper terrace of Ang¬kor are quite steep, where pilgrims would stoop on their pilgrimage to encounter the Gods. Finally we see the pin¬nacle, the sacred heart of Angkor Wat. Then, late morning, we continue on to visit Angkor Thom, an immense walled city that was the masterpiece of King Jayavarman VII. 
We begin our visit at the Terrace of the Leper King. We continue along the Terrace of Elephants, originally used as a viewing gallery for the king to preside over parades, perfor¬mances and traditional sports. At the southern end lies the Baphuon, once of the most beautiful temples at Angkor, dating back to the 11th century. 
Our climax is the enigmatic and enchanting temple of the Bayon. Its 54 towers are each topped off with the four faces of Avalokiteshvara (Buddha of Compassion). Our last stage cycling trip is crossing Border to Thai Land and look forward emerald sandy beach.

Day 1: Ho chi minh Arrival

Welcome to Vietnam. Arriving at Tan San Nhat International Airport, Snail Adventure Tours’ guide and driver will greet and pick you up to the hotel at the heart of HoChiMinh City . Ho Chi Minh City or fomer  Saigon  with nickname “the pearl of Far East” . Saigon, the largest and busiest of Vietnam’s cities is surely one of the most evocative place names in Asia. The most Western in atmosphere of Vietnam’s cities, Ho Chi Minh City
Arriving in hotel, do check in and have relax by your own. If the time permits, we will spend half day city to visit some highlights of Ho chi minh city such as War Remnants Museum,  Sai Gon Central Post office, Independence Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral and Ben Thanh Market,, return to hotel for regroup and briefing itinerary before going out for dinner

Activities:Transfer and meeting  group
Accommodations: The Northern hotel****
Cycling distance: Transferring

Day 02: Ho Chi Minh – Ben Tre – Tra Vinh

Following to hearty breakfast in Hotel, Setting off new cycling day from Hotel, Leaving hustle and  bustle city behind, our shuttle bus takes you the south west of Sai gon for over hour. Upon arrival cycling point, we check our bikes and learn the code of riding. 
Setting off the first cycling day on sealed road, passing rustic village , dozen cannals and endless rice paddy fields. Stop on the way to chat with local people or visit school, clinic and temple . have luncch in local restaurant. After lunch meal. Our guide will take you ride on narrow route with kids finished from schools. and our guides are also tell you about education system in Mekong Delta's countryside. Stay your first night in town of Tra Vinh.

Activities: Transferring and Cycling
Accommodation: Coco Riverside Ecolodge
Cycling Distance: 55 Km

Day 03: Tra Vinh – Tieu Can - Cau Ke - Can Tho 

Have hearty breakfast in hotel,  Embarking on new cycling day by riding through endless rice paddy fields. You have  chance to experience why Vietnam is the second export rice after Thailand. Then you will ride past traditional villages of Khmer, most of people here still keep their own traditional way of living style. Thacth houses are still popular used and associated within Khmer communities in Vietnam. Stopping at some colourful Khmer Buddhist temples, right here our bike guides will tell you the big difference between two branches of Buddhism. One is Mahayana and other is called Theravada. Continue your bike adventure in the afternoon with exploring tropical fruit orchards and mingle with crowd on bike on islands of pomelo, longan and orange. The cycling of an afternoon give an opportunity to spend more time on ferry through bendy small river to outskirts of Can Tho city. A 30 minutes transfer will to take to hotel for beers and relax.
Activities: Cycling and Transferring
Accommodtions: Van Phat Riverside Hotel
Cycling Distance: 50 Km- 80 Km

Day 04: Can Tho – Sa Dec - Cao Lanh city

Get up early to join in vibrantly morning boat trip to observe the highlight floating Market of Cai Rang. This is bustling and hustling market in Can Tho. Boats from all corner of waterways arriving to exchange their tropical products. This is amazing time to witness and experience the daily life of Mekong delta people.  
Setting off cycling day from Hotel to explore a low-level plain as Dong Thap where house on stilts mostly seen on all the way to Cao Lanh. Have an hour boat to see fish farms which is also the floating villages along Basac River. Experience a cycling through small rural communities of Muslim. Stopping at Monastery and sharing the country road with local scooters to work and kids biking to school. Travel on bike through peaceful, seemingly undiscovered rural villages among houses which built on stilts with local materials. Stay a night in none tourist city of Cao Lanh.

Activities: Boat Trip and Cycling 
Accommodation: Nguyen Minh Hotel/ Sao Mai Hotel
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance:  45 – 70 Km

Day 05: Cao Lanh - Chau Doc 

Setting off  your bike ride today with exploring beautiful countryside roads through mango orchards, small villages and local market. Spending your pleasure time to pedal to and stop at Monastery, which was built 120 years ago by the French. This is the first Monastery building site in Indochina, established in 1874. Spending 30 minutes to walk around admire the colonial building style in the area, get back to your bike and continue explore the untouched places all the way to Chau Doc border town.
Activities: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
Accommodation: Victoria Chau Doc/ Chau Pho Hotel.
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 50 - 80 km

Day 06: Cruise & Cycle from Chau Doc to Ha Tien

Explore the amazing riverside market at Chau Doc, with all its bustling activity and smorgasbord of sounds, colors and smells. The boat continues through fish farm villages to an ethnic Cham village with its famous Mubarak Mosque. Witness women weaving, using traditional methods. Bicycle along pleasant roads, passing green rice fields and limestone formations, looking out for the Khmer influenced pagodas as you get closer to Cambodia. By late afternoon you will arrive in Ha Tien for your hotel check-in.
Activities:  Crusing and Cycling to Hotel
Accommodation: Green Island Hotel****
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 50 -90 km

Day 07: Bid Farewell to Vietnam, Say Hello to Cambodia

After recharging  fully energy from Hotel, Setting off our bike ride to the border crossing of Vietnam and Cambodia. After completing the customs formalities, meet your Cambodian cycling crew. Cycle along quiet coastal dirt roads, passing through salt flats and small villages. Your first port of call will be the coastal resort of Kep, where you will stop for lunch. Afterwards, bike the final 35 kilometers (22 miles) to Kampot, where you will check-in to your hotel.
Activities: Cycling from hotel - Hotel
Accommodation:  Kampot Riverside Resort/ Sunset Villa
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 50 -90 km

Day 08: Cycle from Kampot to Takeo

Depart from Kampot and bicycle through inspiring limestone karst scenery. See picturesque villages, including some ethnic Cham settlements, and endless rice fields. On arrival in Takeo you will check-in to your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure. You can walk along the waterfront promenade, ideal for a pleasant late afternoon sunset stroll.
Activities: Cycling from hotel - Hotel
Accommodation:  Alice Villa.
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 90 km

Day 09: Cycle Takeo to Phnom Penh

start early in the morning to capture pristine nature. As you leave Takeo you spin north passing through more endless rice paddies. After some time you turn off the main road to visit Tonle Bati, a riverside location where you have time to explore the small, yet picturesque Angkorian temples of Ta Prohm and Yeay Peau. You will then avoid the ‘main’ road as much as possible and upon reaching the outskirts of Phnom Penh you will stop-off at the 'Killing Fields'. This is where Khmer Rouge prisoners were forcibly marched from the Toul Sleng prison in the city centre and then executed; it is now a memorial site located in a beautiful tranquil setting. After some contemplation you can either negotiate the rush-hour traffic into the heart of Phnom Penh, Cambodia's capital city, or opt for taking the support vehicle
Activities: Cycling from hotel -Hotel
Accommodation: Duong Chan Hotel/ Anik Palace
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 75 km

Day 10: Phnom Penh City Cyclo Tour

Today it is someone else's turn to do the cycling! Rest your legs as you are treated to a fun cyclo tour of Phnom Penh. See the city via this traditional mode of transport, and stop at the National Museum, which offers a charming setting for a comprehensive collection of Khmer artifacts. Continue to the nearby Royal Palace and the neighboring Silver Pagoda. Your cyclo driver will then take you to a local restaurant for lunch. Afterwards it is back in the cyclos as you are pedaled through Phnom Penh to the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum, the infamous Khmer Rouge prison. Next stop is the Russian Market, an excellent place to buy some souvenirs. Later you will be taken back to your hotel, where you are free at leisure for the rest of the evening.
Activities: Visting and exploring city
Accommodation:  Duong Chan Hotel/ Anik Palace
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: No

Day 11: Cycle from Phnom Penh to Kampong Cham

This morning you can choose to bicycle through the busy streets of Phnom Penh, or travel in the support vehicle until the traffic thins out. 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the city, turn off the main road and enjoy a shady bike ride following the course of the Mekong River along a mostly unpaved, and at times bumpy, road toward the town of Kompong Cham. Foreigners are rare through these areas, so expect a few surprised faces as you cycle through the many traditional villages. You will witness people busy with their everyday lives; cooking, cleaning, playing, and leading the cows to the river. Pass by cycling school kids, and see pagodas and monks. Watch the sun drying bright red chilies, pepper, rice and fish by the side of the road, and experience the river life of the mighty Mekong, which will keep coming in and out of view. There are plenty of shady and scenic spots for rest breaks, where curious locals are sure to say "Hello." Kompong Cham retains a number of French influenced buildings and trader shop fronts, and given its small size the province is easy to explore by foot, which you are free to do after you have checked-in to your hotel.
Activities: Cycling  and Trasferring
Accommodation: LBN Asian Hotel
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 97 Km 
+ 324 – 320m

Day 12: Cycle from Kompong Cham to Beng Mealea & Siem Reap

Get up early to depart Kompong Cham. Turn off the main highway to bicycle on a road which gradually climbs through shady rubber plantations. After 75 kilometers (45 miles) you will reach the small town of Prey Thom Tratrav and rejoin the main highway. From here, you will travel in the support vehicle for the 150-kilometer (90 mile) drive to the market town of Dom Dek. Re-mount your bikes and cycle the 30 kilometers (18 miles) to the temple remains of Beng Mealea for a truly atmospheric experience. Afterwards, take the support vehicle for the final 70 kilometers (42 miles) to Siem Reap. After checking-in to your hotel and freshening up, you will be taken to a local restaurant for dinner.
Activities: Cycling and transferring to Hotel
Accommodation: Steung Siem Reap Hotel
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 105 km

Day 13: Explore the Angkor Temples by Bike

This morning, begin your cycle exploration of the incredible Angkor temples. Today you will focus on the Small Circuit, which features temple greats such as the Pyramid of Takeo, the jungle-clad Ta Prohm, made famous by the Hollywood blockbuster "Tomb Raider," and Sras Srang, known as the King's Bathing Pond. See the impressive Royal City of Angkor Thom. After lunch, it is time to bike to the majestic Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious building. Return to your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure to experience Siem Reap's lively nightlife and fine restaurants.
Activities: Cycling to explore Angkor Impire
Accommodation: Steung Siem Reap Hotel
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 40 Km

Day 14: Cycle to Beautiful Banteay Srei Temple

Bicycle north towards Banteay Srei. During the trip you will see pleasant Cambodian countryside and friendly villagers. Stop off at a couple of villages to get a closer look at the wooden stilted homes and local life. On arrival at Banteay Srei, be struck by the delicate beauty of the elaborately-decorated temple, embellished with floral motifs and scenes from the Ramayana. Enjoy lunch at a local village nearby, after which you will cycle back towards Siem Reap. If there is still time left you can explore some of the temples on the Grand Circuit, such as Preah Khan, one of the largest temples at Angkor, and Neak Pean, surrounded by fountains and ponds; and Banteay Kdei. This evening, you will enjoy a hosted farewell dinner and mesmerizing Apsara dance performance.
Activities: Cycling from hotel - Hotel
Accommodation:  Steung Siem Reap Hotel
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 80 km

Day 15: Siem Reap – Battambang

We take a rest from cycling and transfer across Tonle Sap by boat. Along the way, we’ll see the local people going about their daily lives, and if we’re lucky, we can spot some wildlife on the banks. During the end of the dry season, lake levels may be too low to allow boat passage to Battambang. In this case, we’ll transfer by van to Battambang. But don’t worry, once we arrive, we’ll have some time to explore the city and surrounding countryside.
Activities: Cycling  and Boat Trip
Accommodation: The Sanctuary Villa Battambang
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance:  30 Km

Day 16:  Battambang - Pailin

We depart for Pailin, cycling directly from our hotel. This is the toughest day as some sections of the road is in poor condition and bumpy (in dry season, can get dusty), but the scenery is the most impressive as we head towards Thailand. The road undulates as we get closer to Pailin, but there is nothing too steep or long. We cycle through stunning countryside, where farms and local villages can be seen along the way, and really get a feeling of riding into unchartered territory. This used to be bandit country, but don’t worry, the area is now completely safe!
Activities: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
Accommodation: Memorrial Palace
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 95 Km

Day 17: Pailin - Chantaburi

A short pleasant ride on the quiet scenic roads to the border crossing. This quiet rural crossing used mainly by local traders makes for a pleasant stop while we complete all the immigration formalities. Once completed, we start our bike tour in Thailand with a ride through the Thai countryside till we reach the main road and transfer with a change of guides, vehicle, and bikes to the beach, with lunch in Chantaburi.
Activities: Cycling and processing the immigration formalities
Accommodation:  Chanchalao Beach Resort
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance:  45 Km

Day 18: Chantaburi - Laem Mae Phim

We have a flat and easy ride through mangroves, shrimp farms, and along the coast. We overnight at a very local Thai beach and have the afternoon free to go for a swim or a walk on the sand.
Activities: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
Accommodation: Grand Blue Resort
Meals: B/L/D
Cycling distance: 65 km

Day 19: Laem Mae Phim – Bangkok

We have the morning to enjoy the beach before we head back to Bangkok. We arrive in the city around 3 pm. IF you'd like to extend your time in Thailand we can help you to plan extra days at the beach or a ne
Activities: Transferring by vehicle
Accommodation: By yourself
Meals: B/L/
Cycling distance:  No

Important Notes:

We strongly recommend the purchase of travel insurance (covering emergency medical evacuation) for trips to Vietnam.
Tour cost will be valided during 45 days from date of offer. Past this date price and conditions may be readjusted.
The cost of air tickets is subject to change without prior notice by the airlines.
Reservations during peak times (Christmas, New Year, Vietnamese Lunar New Year, National Holidays) may be subject to supplementary charges.
Rooms at hotels are available only from 14:00 P.m on arrival day till 10:00 A.m on departure date. A supplement will be added if early check-in or late check-out is desired.
Please note that all the above services & tours have yet to be booked, they are proposed for your information only and we will not make any reservations before we receive your confirmation to do so. If one or some proposed service(s) is (are) not available at the moment of booking, we will try to find other possibilities/options or other similar service(s) in order to avoid changes to the program.

Meals: if you have any specific food requirements ( vegetarian, vegan, food allergies) please inform us in advance so that we can provide notice to our restaurant, tour guide, our partners so that they can server you better. If you are a food lover, Snail Adventure tours can be your culinary guide and provide you opportunity to savor tempting local food and world famous – dishes.

Tour included in:

English speaking cycling guide ( other languges upon requests)
Accommodations are based on double/ twin occupancy
Meals details in itineraries (19 breakfast, 19 lunc
hes, 19 dinners)
 Mountain Bikes with Trek or Cannondale with helmets.
A/C transfer/ and transportation
Van or bus supported during the cycling times.
Truck supported for the group size from 6 and above.
Sightseeing excursions as outlined itineraries
Bike tour pump, bike tools, spares tubes, spare bikes
First aid kit
Cold water box, small fresh towel.
Mineral water for drinking
Fruit and snack for cycling days

Tour excluded in:

International airfare
Travel insurance
Items of personal nature
Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks in meals
Mineral water beyond that supplied
Optional excursions
Additional transport required due to any emergency situation
Personal expenses such as telephone, laundry bills.
Visa fee
Departure  tax

Tip for team and guide
Visa fee in  Vietnam with 25 USD for Single Entry, Laos with 35 USD  and Cambodia with 25 USD per person upon arrival + 02 passport pictures

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 All the touring itineraries on this website have been carefully crafted by our in-country management teams and represent a series of experiences we can certainly recommend. However, we understand that every travel experience should be as unique and individual as each traveler. Our consultants are waiting to hear from you so that we can tailor or custom design a Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Thailand tour to your individual specifications.

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Tours Name: 19 Day Vietnam - Cambodia  - Thailand Bicycle Tour
Tours Start: Hochiminh city ( Sai Gon)
Finish in:  Bangkok - Thailand
Tours Styles: muilt countries Bicycle Tours
Vehicle Support: Bus, cruise, Boat,  Bikes
Tour cost: Contact with us to get best deal.
 Ebikes will be available on request

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