BMW Motorcycle Tours From Sai Gon to Siem Reap – 10 Days


We will see the greatest contemporary city in Vietnam and the capital of Cambodia on our BMW motorcycle tour from Saigon. Your tour across Indochina’s many civilizations will wow you at every step. In addition, the Cu Chi tunnels will provide you with an explanation for why Vietnam defeated the US. This journey particularly stands out since it includes a loopback for a comprehensive look at Indochina’s everyday life as well as excursions into quiet villages, enigmatic woods, and soaring mountains. Additionally, you will get the chance to interact with the welcoming locals and discover more about their distinctive cultures, traditions, and history. As we get closer to Phnom Penh, it becomes clearer how much Buddhism has influenced this nation. You won’t believe how many different ethnic cultures there are in the Central Highlands until you get back to Vietnam. The BMW Motorcycle Tour from Saigon to Phnom Penh then makes for a fantastic conclusion with some downtime on Phan Thiet beach. ​


  • Discovering Cu Chi tunnels
  • Exploring Angkor Wat
  • Visiting The capital of Cambodia
  • Ethnic Culture in Central Highlands
  • Dakar Rally trip in Phan Thiet beach.
  • Tour Grade : Medium
  • Total Distance : 1740 km
  • Hours of Riding per day : 4 - 6 Hours
  • Support : Disponible
  • Mixed onroad and off-road
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Day 1: Arrive in Ho Chi Minh City

You will be greeted and picked up by BM Travel Adventure at Tan Son Nhat International Airport. You have time to yourself after checking into a hotel in Saigon. We will transport you to Saigon BM Travel’s Brand in the afternoon so you may inspect your BMW GS 1200. Then we have a supper cruise on the Saigon River scheduled.


  • Distance: Free day
  • Accommodation: Standard hotel
  • Meal: Dinner
Day 2: BMW Motorcycle Tours Saigon – Cu Chi – Phnom Penh
Around eight in the morning, the BMW motorcycle tour begins. To understand more about the Vietnam War, we are traveling to the Cu Chi tunnels. You can see on this historical website how little Vietnam gained from France and the US in that year. Additionally, you’ll be astounded at the year-round life found underground.
After the Cu Chi Tunnel, we’ll have lunch in the Cu Chi neighborhoods. A barbecue veal dish, certain beers, and crispy rice are specialties.
Around 1:00 p.m., after finishing lunch, we bike to the Moc Bai Border Checkpoint. We are traveling to Cambodia’s capital when the formalities are over. There is a flat area on the road heading to Phnom Penh. You ride through paddy fields and closely touch an agricultural culture.


  • Distance: 270km
  • Hours Riding: 5 hours
  • Accommodation: Hotel by Mekong River
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 3: BMW motorcycle tour Phnom Penh – Krong Siem Reap
Around 7:30 am, the big adventure begins. Today, enjoy the most breathtaking views of the Cambodian countryside while riding down the Mekong River and seeing Tonle Sap. We will view several historic Khmer temples on both banks of the Mekong river as it flows back to Tonle Sap. For lunch, we’re going to Stueng Sean in Kampong Thum.
You get the impression that the civilizations will be more ancient on the route to Tonle Sap, Southeast Asia’s biggest freshwater lake because there are so many ancient Khmer temples and Kingdoms. We stay one night in Siem Reap, a tourist destination in northwest Cambodia, which serves as the entrance to the Angkor archaeological site, the site of the Khmer monarchy from the ninth to the fifteenth centuries.


  • Distance: 350km
  • Hours Riding: 7 hours
  • Accommodation: standard hotel
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 4: Explore Seam Reap

The mystique of Seam Reap city may be explored in peace on this leisurely day. French colonial and Chinese-inspired buildings may be seen in the Old French Quarter and the Old Market in the Siem Reap region. The well-preserved Angkor Wat, the principal temple portrayed on Cambodia’s flag, is part of the immense complex of exquisite stone temples that make up Angkor. Angkor Thom’s Bayon Temple is covered in colossal, enigmatic faces. In addition to museums, traditional Apsara dance performances, a Cambodian cultural village, handicraft stores, rice fields, fishing villages, a bird sanctuary next to Tonlé Sap, and sophisticated nightlife, there are also silk farms and rice paddies in the countryside. The renowned Angkor temples are located near Siem Reap, which has been dubbed the ASEAN City of Culture.


  • Free day
  • Accommodation: standard hotel
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 5: BMW motorcycle tour Seam Reap to Stung Treng

The day after visiting Angkor Wat, we bid Siem Reap farewell and ride to northeastern Cambodia’s hilly region, which lies upstream of the Mekong Delta. There are still a lot of temples and pagodas in ruins as you leave Siem Reap Province. One of Cambodia’s most famous temples is Prasat Preah Vihear. Prasath Preah Vihear was constructed under the Khmer Empire. The temple has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its distinctive architecture and wonderful setting.


  • Distance: 300km
  • Hours Riding: 5 hours
  • Accommodation: Hotel by Mekong River
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 6: BMW motorcycle tour Stung Treng to Pleiku
We will use the Le Thanh border crossing to enter Vietnam again today. Around 7.30, say goodbye to Stung Treng. Since this is a rural area, plantations, rubber fields, and forests may be found on both sides. In the province of Mondulkiri, we have lunch. Language variety in this area is very remarkable. Tribal languages, Lao, Vietnamese, and Khmer are all spoken. Ten ethnic minorities make up 80% of the population of Mondulkiri, the majority of them being Chunchiet from the Phnong tribe. Our group will take advantage of the wonderful weather to Kachanh & Katieng Waterfall before crossing the border at approximately 3 o’clock.
the cloudy city in the Central Highlands, home to several ethnic groups. Additionally, Pleiku’s cool climate will encourage you to cycle more.


  • Distance: 280km
  • Hours Riding: 5 hours
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 7: BMW motorcycle tour Pleiku to Buon Ma Thuot

The Central Highlands’ capital is Buon Ma Thuot. Your mind will be blown by the food, ethnic minorities, and way of living in this society. We ride a mountain bike through extensive woodlands on the route to the capital. Additionally, the bends are there to test your riding abilities. The Ch Sê Pass, waterfalls, ethnic dance, and Can wine make for a day that is bursting with a color unlike any other.


  • Distance: 280km
  • Hours Riding: 5 hours
  • Accommodation: 3 – 5 stars Hotel
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 8: BMW motorcycle tour Buon Ma Thuot to Phan Thiet

We ride for a little while today, but it is worthwhile to see Mui Ne Beach in Phan Thiet Province. Our group will tackle various passes, including Phu Son and Dai Ninh, which have a lot of tight turns and will test your riding abilities. On a windy ride, you may take in the beautiful view of hills and beaches as the landscape changes from the highest mountain to the shore.


  • Distance: 320km
  • Hours Riding: 7 hours
  • Accommodation: Hotel by Mekong River
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 9: Free day in Phan Thiet

One of Vietnam’s top beaches, Phan Thiet offers a variety of activities. You may go surfing, SUPing, or visiting a fishing community. Or we might ride to wind farms and farms growing dragon fruits as part of a Dakkar Rally in the Vietnamese Sahara.


  • Free Day
  • Accommodation: 3 – 5 stars Hotel
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Diner
Day 10: BMW Motorcycle Tour return Saigon
On the final day of the BMW Motorcycle Tour, say goodbye to Phan Thiet. The journey down the coast to Saigon is scheduled for today. Travelers will experience amazing emotions and gain information about Vietnam’s history, culture, and food over the lengthy voyage. It will be ideal for us to go to Cat Lat Ferry before rush hour in order to avoid traffic congestion.
Around 6:00 p.m., we arrive at Saigon BM Travel.


  • Distance: 220km
  • Hours Riding: 5 hours
  • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch.

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  • English Speaking Tour Guide 
  • Well-Maintained Bikes – Gasoline
  • Safe & Exceptional Routes – No Highway – 20% offroad per day
  • Good Accommodation: 2 – 3 star hotels or homestays based on twins – triple
  • All meals on tour.
  • 1 bottle of water per day.
  • All entrance tickets/ Permits to remote areas – ferry ticket



  • Riding Gears
  • Personal insurance – Travel insurance (this is at your own risk)
  • Motorbike insurance to Cover any damages to the gear or the motorcycle
  • Air ticket – Visa fee 
  • Tip, Drinks, Beers, Wine 
  • Personal Expenses, and Other Expenses not described in the itinerary
  • Single Supplement for Single Occupancy
  • International Airport Pickup – Drop Off
  • Transportation from your hotel to the departure spot 
  • The Hotel at night Before / After riding


  • For a group of from 
    • 5 riders, The professional Mechanic comes for free
    • 8 riders, Free 1 Night Ethnic Entertainment in Homestay (Under 8 riders USD 70 / 1 Ethnic Dance)
    • 12 riders and a Truck is free for escorting ( Under 12 riders, it will be USD 150 / 1 day )
  • A single stay will cost USD 30 / 1 night / 1 single room.
  • The cameraman costs  USD 180 / 1 day.  
  • If tours do not depart/ end at the departure spot, the surcharge for bike shipping to/ back to the departure spot is USD 120 / bike.
  • VAT Excluded from the price, VAT 10% will be added to the total price upon your REQUEST.


  1. Deposits and Payment Policy
  • We require a deposit of 30% of the total upon confirmation of booking the tour. The remaining balance will be paid 45 days before departure. Your booking may be considered canceled if the full balance is not received by Vietnam Motorbike Tours Club by that time.
  • You can choose the payment method by money transfer or credit card payment with all bank transfer charges/ fees to be paid by you. 
  • After receiving your payment, we will issue you the final confirmation of the detailed itinerary and services via e-mail.
  1. Cancellation and Refunds
  • Vietnam Motorbike Tours Club takes no responsibility for any flight delays or scheduled changes at any stage throughout the trip. 
  • We have the discretion to change the itinerary or delay the tour due to weather, local conditions, politics, or various other reasons with our notification in advance.
  • During the tour, should you be found to break any of the rules without the prior exception from the tour leader, we have the discretion to cancel the tour with no refunds applied. 
  • During the tour, should your bike have minor technical problems, our guide/mechanic will attempt to fix it as quickly as possible. In the event that the bike can not be fixed within the day, we will endeavor to substitute a bike of a similar type to ensure your trip is not interrupted.
  • Should you have to cancel the tour due to special reasons, you may transfer your booking to another person. However, you will be liable for your nominee paying their monies in full.

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