Angkor Off Road Tour + Sunset


Cycle through a stunning scenery while learning about history, culture and religion of Cambodia then and today. Finish the perfect day by watching the sun painting the temples in a soft golden light before slowly disappearing behind the horizon.


General Information

  • Duration: 8:30am – 7:00pm
  • Length: 45km
  • Difficulty: medium

General tour information


  • Mountain Bike
  • Helmet
  • Big Bottle of Water
  • Local Guide


  • Travel Insurance
  • Angkor Ticket
  • Food

Tour Starting Point

Our guide will be waiting for you at Bayon Pastry School at 8:30 am. He will give you a short introduction of how the day will look and shortly afterwards you will be on your way to the Angkor Park. After arriving in the park, you will first explore the moat of Ankgor Wat. The next stop is a remote village, where you will be introduced to the Cambodian way of life. Afterwards you cycle to the south gate of Angkor Thom from where you will visit 5 more temples before enjoying the beautiful sunset at Temple Pre Rup. After this real highlight we will return to our office by bike. Alternatively, we offer the possibility to enjoy the sunset at the corner temple called Prasat Chrung.

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We explore the wall of Angkor Wat before we continue to a small hidden village, which is almost inaccessible for normal tourists. Your guide will then lead you through the jungle to the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Our first temple we visit in Angkor Thom is Bayon which is one of the popular temples in Angkor but very beautiful. That’s why we don’t want to hide this to our customers. Due to the reason that we try to avoid the crowds we are also going to a smaller temple within Angkor Thom if we have the time e.g. Preah Palilay Temple.
After lunch the tour continues through the jungle to Preah Khan. There are a few other tourists, but it’s not as crowded as Bayon. Next stop is Ta Nei Temple also known as Ghost Temple because it is very hidden and quiet in the middle of the jungle and therefore rarely visited by other tourists. Last stop is the Ta Keo Temple before heading back to town. 
With our tours we show the customer the hidden places of Angkor and try to avoid the main temples with their mass of tourists. What customers love about our tours is that they are leading through the jungle on off road paths and that they are also able to see the local village.
We show a high flexibility to our customers and try to deliver every wish. For example, if a customer wants to see Angkor Wat we can add this to the schedule.

Pick up from your accommodation:

If you want to start (and) end the tour in the Angkor Park we offer a pickup / drop off tuktuk service for you.
This will save you a (approx.) 7km bike ride from the starting point to the Angkor park.
Start in Angkor Park = 10$
Start and end in Angkor Park = 20$

If you like to book, please note in the booking notes. You'll have to pay the amount in cash on the day of the tour.