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Phill Skyba


Indotrek offers a wide selection of adventure travel options in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand. Indotrek offer the following services: 3* – 4* - 5* – ultra luxury accommodation.

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Take a journey off the beaten path and visit lands unknown. The trip begins with a visit to the famous temples of Angkor in Cambodia. Next is Southern Laos, a beautiful region seldom visited, take time to explore the forests along the Cambodian border and enjoy the languid sunsets of the Mekong River on 4,000 Islands, before heading East into Vietnam finishing up at the coast in the fascinating ancient town of Hoi An.


Arrive at Siem Reap Airport, meet with your guide and transfer to hotel. The rest day is at your leisure. In the evening, trip briefing before a welcome dinner at a traditional Khmer restaurant and cultural Apsara Dance show.

Siem Reap, 3 nights


We spend the whole day to explore the beautiful Angkor temples by bikes. We first cycle on scenic back roads through the typical rural of Cambodian countryside to Ta Prohm Temple. After visiting the ruins of Ta Prohm, we continue to Bayon temple passing Ta Keo, the twin temples of Thommanom and Chau Say Thvoda, Victoria gate, terrace of the Leper King, Terrace of elephants. Following lunch, we visit the most famous Angkor Wat temple, which was built by the Khmer civilization between 802-1220 AD, represents one of humankind’s most astonishing and enduring architecture achievements. After visiting this fascinating temple, then it’s back to the hotel with an optional stop at a Khmer Rouge era killing field. Read more


After breakfast, we ride on quiet countryside roads to the rose sandstone temple of Banteay Srei, explore the temple’s magnificent carvings and continue on the 31km Grand Circuit to the ruins of the jungle temple of Preah Khan. Bike to Neak Pean Temple, famous for its sacred pools, breaking for lunch before riding to Kbal Spean, the River of a Thousand Lingas, lying under the river bed, people believe it brings fertility and blessings to the Angkor area as the river flows to Siem Reap. Walk for just over 1km to visit the Lingas and on the way back, cycle to the Landmine Museum of Mr. Akira. Mr. Ra is dedicated to clearing the Cambodian countryside of landmines laid during the years of conflict and relies entirely on visitor’s donations to fund his work. Overnight in Siem Reap. Read more


Our day begins with a 2 hour cycling trip to Kampong Kdei, which is renowned for its 12th century Naga bridge. After a walking to the site, we pick up our cycles and pedal along beautiful countryside roads, passing through local villages and alongside rice paddies fields. We stop at the pre-Angkorian temples in Sambor Prei Kuk. This is an ancient city where monuments of Sambor Prei Kuk are found, it was identified as Isanapura, the capital of Chenla in 7th century. Following lunch, we cycle to Kampong Thom, a picturesque town on the bank of Steung Sen River. Dinner and overnight in Kampong Thom. Read more

Kampong Thuom, 1 night


Enjoy a full day’s ride on a good tarmac road passing through Khmer villages, rubber plantations and paddy fields. We first cycle northwest to Prey Pros village. Visit Phnom Pros and Phnom Srey. Amazing views from the top of the hill. Arrive in Kampong Cham later in the day.

Kampong Cham, 1 night


Today we enjoy a great cycle ride on a small dirt road along the Mekong. Along the way, we will see fisherman’s houses on the river banks, white cows towing wooden carts and other countryside scenes. Kratie is a friendly, 'sunset' town on the banks of the Mekong River with a bustling central market. After checking into our hotel, we ride 16km north of Kratie and visit the Kampi pools, take a boat trip to spot the rare Mekong River Dolphins with some luck. Enjoy spectacular river scenery and the rural, friendly villages. Return to town and overnight. Read more

Kratie, 1 night


The ride today takes us through two ‘biodiversity hotspots’ along the Mekong River, where local organizations are working with communities to protect the strongholds of nature’s richness. We first take a short ride out of Kratie, then take a local ferry to the other side of the river, continue on very quiet trails running along the scenic Mekong River. We need to cross on local ferries until we reach Koh Khnear where our bus awaits and transfers to Stung Treng, a little town by the Sekong River, a tributary of the Mekong. For dinner, there is an option to try Stung Treng’s specialty Nhem, parcels of raw, spiced fish wrapped in banana leaves. Overnight in Stung Treng. Read more

Stung Treng, 1 night


After breakfast, we will transfer by car from our hotel into the countryside where we will start cycling from there to Ou Svay community. Enjoy lunch with a local family to experience rural Cambodia at its most authentic. After lunch we cycle to the border for immigration processing, and say goodbye to our Cambodian driver who has supported us along the way. We meet our Laos guide and continue our cycle trip to Khon Phapheng waterfall about 7Km from the border. This waterfall drops 3 million liters a second, a massive force. Continue north to the town of Nakasang and take a boat over to the Island of Don Khone. Cycle down to Liphi Waterfall and onto Hang Khon where you can take a boat ride to spot the Rare Irrawaddy Dolphins. Return to Don Khone where you will spend the night in bungalows overlooking the Mekong. Dinner at the hotel. Read more

Don Khone, 1 night


After breakfast in Don Khone cycle north with views of the 4000 Islands, cycle across the Railway Bridge to Don Det and then Island Hop through the Islands to Don Som, cycling on narrow dirt tracks past villagers going about their daily life. Cross the river to Don Khong. Don Khong is the largest of the Islands and you will have time to cycle around part of the Island and to enjoy its tranquil lifestyle. Read more

Don Khong, 1 night


After breakfast cross over the Mekong River to the mainland and transfer to Ban Kiat Ngong the heart of the Xe Pain Protected area. Take a short walk 3km (per way) to visit Phou Asa temple and enjoy the views over the wetlands. Return to Ban Kiat Ngong. Cycling around the village in the afternoon. Have dinner and stay overnight at Kingfisher Ecolodge. Read more

Ban Kiat Ngong, 1 night


Depart Ban Kiet Ngong and enjoy a cycling day through pleasant rural scenery of hills and local villages to the former capital of the Kingdom of Champasak (1713–1946) which is now a small town set on the banks of the Mekong. Have lunch in Champasak then cross the Mekong River by ferry and continue cycle to the picturesque pre-Angkorian Wat Phou Temple. Built between the 6th and 13th centuries, the temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, inscribed for being an outstanding example of the integration of symbolic landscape of great spiritual significance to its natural surroundings. Notice how the temple is divided into two parts: the lower section consisting of two ruined palace buildings at the edge of a pond and the upper section, which is the temple sanctuary itself. You have the option to climb the old staircase adorned with nagas (mythical snakes) to admire the surrounding scenery. Hop on the bus and transfer via Pakse to Paksong which is called the coffee capital of Laos. The town sits 1,300m up on the Bolaven plateau. Read more

Paksong, 1 night


Today’s ride is a highlight of our journey as we will take the loop ride from Paksong - Attapeu, which used to be a part of the Ho Chi Minh Trail during the Vietnam War. It provided another North South connection when the two other roads were bombed out. This ride on winding, occasionally just dirt roads, passes through Laos’ hill tribe villages, coffee and tea plantations. We ride with dramatic mountain backdrop scenery stopping at Tat Katamtok, a giant waterfall, hidden between small bridges. Lunch en route and once we get to Sekong we board the bus to transfer to Attapeu, where we spend the night. Read more

Attapeu, 1 night


Today is a transition day as we bid farewell in Laos and head toward the border into Vietnam. We leave after breakfast, and continue riding on paved road passing through jungle and coffee plantations. Once we get to Phou Cua International border, we bid farewell to our Laos team and meet with the Vietnamese team on the other side of Bo Y border. Transfer all the way to Kon Tum. Read more

Kon Tum, 1 night


Today is a long day ride on the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail. The winding road is makes for an incredible ride passing through jungles and the Truong Son mountain range. Enjoy a full-day riding on undulating hills and through some of the most spectacular scenery in Vietnam. The route takes us through mountain valleys and thick forests adjacent to national park land and covers sections of the famed Ho Chi Trail. Hill tribe villages dot the landscape and we will make stop at the village of the Ba Na and Sedang ethnic minority groups along the way. Dinner and overnight in the small town of Phuoc Son, set in a mountain valley near a cascading river. Read more

Phuoc Son, 1 night


After breakfast at our hotel, we continue our cycling along rolling hill roads heading to Hoi An. The first section is a little challenging as we tackle some of the hills but there is lush scenery to ease the pain. Lunch along the way, then on to Ai Nghia and a short transfer to Hoi An, a delightful old trading town and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Overnight in Hoi An. Read more

Hoi An, 2 nights


Today is yours to celebrate your cycling achievements in beautiful Hoi An. This small friendly town with a beautiful beach nearby is an ideal place for some well-earned relaxation. Wander through the old town, shop or have a tailor make you a new outfit or two. You can also spend time at leisure on the beach. Hoi An is a great place to end your Vietnam tour. Overnight in Hoi An. In the evening, enjoy a farewell dinner at a fine restaurant in Hoi An. Read more


At your leisure until your transfer to the Danang Airport for your departure flight.



Day in trip
Day 1
Location Siem Reap
Day 4
Location Kampong Thom
Day 5
Location Kampong Chan
Day 6
Location Kratie
Day 7
Location Stung Treng
Day 8
Location Don Khone
Day 9
Location Don Khong
Day 10
Location Ban Kiet Ngong
Day 11
Location Paksong
Day 12
Location Attapeu
Day 13
Location Kon Tum
Day 14
Location Phuong Son
Hotel Guesthouse
Day 15
Location Hoi An


Package includes

  • Experienced English speaking local guides.
  • Private transportation by air-conditioned vehicle for transfer and support truck for cycling days (from 05 pax up).
  • Bicycle rental and helmet for cycling days.
  • Boat trip as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Bottled drinking water for sightseeing.
  • Snack and fresh fruit for cycling day.
  • All sightseeing entrance fee where required in the itinerary.
  • Mechanic support from 07 pax up.
  • Accommodation in twin/double shared room in hotel with daily breakfast.
  • Basic first aid kit.
  • Entrance fee

Package excludes

  • International flight to Siem Reap/ from Danang.
  • Visas where required.
  • Travel Insurance. We highly recommend purchasing travel insurance from home.
  • Personal expenditure (telephone, laundry, shopping and so on…)
  • Tips for guide, driver, porters. We recommend 5 USD/person/day for guide, 3 USD/person/day for driver and 3 USD/person/hotel when you check in/out. This is for guidance only.
  • Beverage and alcoholic drinks.
  • Any other services not clearly mentioned on itinerary and trip inclusive portion.


5 Reviews

Chris Eckett, United States

Went on a day cycle trip to the Cu Chi Tunnels, opting for something different rather than the run-of-the-mill coach tours from central Saigon. This tour left the city in a premium van and stopped on the outskirts of the city in a lovely village setting, and we rode all the way to the tunnels, stopping at various scenic points along the way. A fab lunch was served for us after visiting the tunnels too. Awesome operator and a great day out! Recommended! Read more

Deborah, United Kingdom

When I booked this I couldn't find much on the internet about Indotrek. However, their service was so fantastic during the inquiry/booking process that I went for it anyway. We were a group of 4, different level of cycling skills. The whole trip was excellent. From the start, Kim and Richard in the office gave us a wonderful service. Emails were replied to quickly and spot on. All the pre-travel arrangements were excellent. On arrival, we were met by our guide, Thang, who stayed with us up to Hue. Our driver was excellent. Both friendly and knowledgeable. We could cycle as much or little as we wanted each day which was great for our different skill levels. Hotels, on the whole, were better than we expected. From Hue we flew to Hanoi and finished the trip with an overnight on a boat in Ha Long Bay - that is a must do! Overall, brilliant service, brilliant value for money. Read more

Jenny, Spain

Just back from a trip organised by Indotrek. We cycled South to North Vietnam. From start to finish Indotrek provided an excellent service. Prompt reply to emails, good information. The guides and drivers were great - the guides spoke good English. We had some wonderful days cycling off the beaten track. Just what we wanted. We were not interested in just main roads and high mileage. The trip they organized for us was perfect - we did what we wanted and saw some lovely villages and had great interaction with local people. Hotels were on the whole better than we expected. Value for money was excellent. Definitely, would recommend this company. Read more


Indotrek offers a wide selection of adventure travel options in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand. <br><br> Indotrek offer the following services: accommodation from 3* – 4* - 5* – ultra luxury. <br><br> Price indication: <br> US$ 190.00 – 250.00 per person per day. <br><br> At Indotrek, we excel in delivering a truly bespoke experience. Our offerings are meticulously customized, encompassing products, itineraries, and experiences tailored to the specific desires and requirements of our valued guests and partners. We acknowledge that each traveler possesses distinct interests and unique needs. While you can explore our sample itineraries for a glimpse of the region, we urge you to reach out to our experts for your own exceptional journey. Allow us to curate the most exhilarating trips in these extraordinary destinations, crafting a personalized experience exclusively for you.

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