Awesome Cambodia Motorbike Tour From Angkor To The Coast – 10 Days

10/DaysAngkor Wat → Beng Mealea → Siem Reap → Kampong Thom → Phnom Penh → Kep → Sihanoukville via Rabbit Island → Phnom Penh → Battambang → Siem Reap via Banteay Chhmar

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  • Hours of Riding per day : 3-5 hours
  • Support : Disposible
  • Off-road
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Welcome to Siem Reap, the pearl of Cambodia that is known for its magnificent temples of Angkor Wat. Today is a fantastic and acting day since you will discover some of Angkor’s most beautiful temples. We will visit Ta Prohm temple, which is famous with cruciform corridors and wonderful carvings adorning the walls; Preah Khan – built by King Jayavarman VII in the late 12th century; Srah Srang – the royal bathhouse that was once used for ritual bathing, Banteay Kdei, which is surrounded by four concentric walls; Takeo, Chao Say Tevoda; and Tommanon.

After having lunch, we ride on the single trails to visit the former capital of Angkor Thom, including Baphoun, Bayon, Phimean Akas, Terrace of Leaper King, Terrace of Elephants. Finally, we explore Angkor Wat – one of the seven natural wonders of the world and admire the brilliant sunset here. At the end of the trip, we will enjoy our first traditional Khmer meal at a village house. Overnight in Siem Reap.



After having breakfast at the hotel, we hit the road to Beng Mealea Temple. If the Angkor Wat temple complex gradually lost its authentic beauty due to a large number of tourists coming each year, Beng Mealea Temple is completely different that still retains its ancient charm. Riding a motorbike to Beng Mealea is a great way to learn about the daily life of locals and discover the forgotten temples that are not even shown on the map.

On the way, we will stop at the foot of Phnom Bok for a drink and short rest before visiting the abandoned Srey Vibol Temple, which was built around 1100 A.D. Continue to conquer the rest of the path until you meet the Beng Mealea, a remote and hard-to-visit temple located in the heart of the Cambodian jungle. Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere here and then head to the hotel to have dinner and relax to regain energy for the next ride.

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We start the 3rd day of our 10-day Cambodia motorbike tour by riding to Kampong Thom, the province located between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. With this unique geographical position, most tourists consider it a transit point between these two big cities. However, Kampong Thom is a very pleasant place and an ideal starting point for exploring the countryside and the temples of Sambor Prei Kuk.

It takes more than 5 hours to reach Sambor Prei Kuk, one of the most impressive pre-Angkor monuments in Cambodia. Built between the 6th and 7th centuries, Sambor Prei Kuk consists of more than 100 brick temples scattered throughout the forest, among them some of the oldest structures in the country. Our crew will arrive Kampong Thom in the late afternoon. Enjoy dinner with local specialties, and have a good night’s sleep at a local hotel.

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It is a long ride today, so make sure you have a full breakfast before you leave. We will ride on the tarmac road through the town of Skun to reach Phnom Penh. For adventurous foodies, one of the must-try dishes in Skun Town is the fried spiders. Locals catch spiders from rice fields, then deep fry and sell them to tourists. Coming to Phnom Penh, we will have a delicious lunch before hopping on an exciting afternoon exploring the most famous tourist destinations in the capital city. The first site travelers cannot miss is the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda. Built-in 1866, the Royal Palace is one of the most outstanding architectural works of the Khmer. It was a complex of buildings where the King and his family lived. You will also pay for a visit to the Silver Pagoda, which was impressive with more than 5,000 pieces of silver.

Another spot to visit is the National Museum, known as the top museum of history and archeology of Cambodia. It was built in the early 20th century with an amazing combination of French and Cambodian architecture. Have dinner and overnight in Phnom Penh to prepare for the upcoming adventures on the dirt bikes.

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Breakfast at the hotel before we hit the road to Kep, a stunning coastal town in southern Cambodia. On the way, we will pay a visit to the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum and Cheung Ek Killing Field. Under the dictator Pol Pot, the Khmer Rouge killed a quarter of the Cambodian population with the aim of creating an agrarian society. Independent thought and education were strictly prohibited, and anyone who considered a risk was taken away to camps, tortured, and killed. Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (also known as S21) and Cheung Ek Killing Field are commemorative places to these atrocities.

Then, our team keeps riding on small dirt roads, crossing the beautiful villages and rice fields to reach Ta Phrom Temple. Built-in the 12th century, local people preserve but do not clean it because they want to keep the ancient appearance of the temple. Coming here, visitors will feel like archaeologists exploring the mysterious site. After lunch, we continue to conquer another dirt road to the tranquil town of Kep. After a long day of riding, enjoy dinner and a good night’s sleep at a hotel in Kep.


Before riding to Sihanoukville, we will take a boat trip to Rabbit Island, one of the most beautiful offshore islands in Kep. There is no traffic on the island, only boats carrying passengers and supplies to and from the mainland. With no electricity from dusk till midnight and no wifi, Rabbit Island is truly an ideal place to relax and stay away from modern life. We spend the morning of this 6th day relaxing, swimming, and enjoying divine seafood dishes. In the afternoon, our motorbike team return to the mainland and continue hopping on the motorbike heading to Sihanoukville. Overnight at a hotel in this city.

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We will have some time to explore Sihanoukville before heading back to Phnom Penh. “Emerging resort destination” or “beach town” are phrases that people often use to describe Sihanoukville. Romantic white sand beaches, warm Gulf of Thailand waters along with fresh air make this town a splendid tropical getaway. Enjoy seafood, take snorkeling, lay back, chill-out, and then get ready for a 230 km long trip to Phnom Penh. Spend a night at a hotel in this capital city to regain energy for the next ride.


After many days of roaming the dirt roads, it is time for us to rest and relax with a short ride in the capital city. Since we visited Phnom Penh’s famous tourist spots like Silver Pagoda, Killing Field and National Museum on the fourth day of this 10-day Cambodia dirt bike tour, this time back to Phnom Penh, our crew will pay a visit to a quiet island in the Mekong River called Silk Island or Koh Dach Island.

Only 15 km north of Phnom Penh, Silk Island is still a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Well-known for its silk weaving villages and peaceful lifestyles, this island is really a perfect place to explore the charming Cambodian countryside and engage in conversation with the local community.

Later in the afternoon, take a boat trip back to the capital, and you will be free for the rest of the day. If it falls on the weekend, do not forget to visit the Phnom Penh night market, located at 106 – 108, Preah Sisowath Quay. This is a place gathering the largest quantity of goods and tasty local food so that you can see and enjoy it. Overnight at a hotel in Phnom Penh.


Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, and then we will travel to Battambang, the leading rice-producing province of Cambodia. For nearly 100 years, this was a major trading hub and the provincial capital of the Siamese province of Inner Cambodia. On the way, we can take some time to visit Kampong Chhnang and Pursat.

Upon arrival, we check in the hotel, have lunch and spend the afternoon experiencing “Nori” ride and visiting the hilltop of Phnom Sampov. Nori, also known as Bamboo train, refers to a flat bamboo platform on wheels powered by a small motor and travels on train rails. Nori can accommodate up to six passengers. Today, it is a full-time tourist destination for international travelers who want to experience a unique but bumpy ride through the Battambang countryside. Surrounded by majestic limestone caves and peaceful countryside, the hilltop of Phnom Sampov is the ideal place to see the sunset.

Then, we return to the hotel for dinner and overnight.

Battambang - Cambodia motorbike tours


The last day of the tour will take you to Siem Reap, and you will ride about 3,5 hours today. Because today’s trip is quite relaxing, we will have enough time to visit Banteay Chhmar, the remote temple built by Jayavarman VII – a famous Cambodian King. Never excavated, Banteay Chhmar fits the image of a lost Khmer city with ruined carvings, towers, and forest surrounding the temple.

After discovering Banteay Chhmar, we have a short stop to get gasoline at Sisophon and then keep riding towards Siem Reap. We arrive Siem Reap in the late afternoon and finish the 10-day Cambodia motorbike tour full of fun and enjoyable experiences. Tour Ends.

Awesome Cambodia Motorbike Tour From Angkor To The Coast – 10 Days





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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.