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Sure, watching the sunrise above the main temple complex is a breathtaking experience but it’s not all about Angkor Wat. With an area of around 400 square kilometers the Angkor Archeological Park has so much to offer and there is no better way to get a feeling for the surroundings and the size of this empire than exploring it through a bicycle tour.
Discovering the Angkor area by bike is very simple. The temples are about 10 kilometers from the city center which results in a ride about 30-45 minutes. You will be driving many kilometers during the day, but the roads are flat and smooth to drive. A good bike is also super helpful on some of the back roads between temples at Angkor. While the main loops are paved and smooth, you can take less-traveled roads through the forest to break things up and make it more adventurous.

With the bike as your companion you will have plenty of space to escape the crowds. Enjoy the calm atmosphere of a small temple hidden in the jungle and take in the scenery while biking through the forest. If you are looking for a unique way to discover the Angkor Park off the beaten track this is the perfect opportunity for you. Going by bike means you can see all the highlights and hidden attractions. The best thing about it is that you can stop whenever you want to enjoy the surrounding, catching the moment or just for taking a photo with the stunning scenery. Escape the crowds and the busy roads, get yourself on the bike and let the adventure begin.

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