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Siam Reap & Angkor Cycling tour

Siam Reap & Angkor Cycling tour

Tour length:5 days
Tour style:Active travel
Tour themes:Local Life, Heritages
Physical rating:*****
Start / End cities:Siam Reap / Siam Reap
Price from:Upon request
Place(s) visited:Siam Reap - The Angkor - Kulen Mountain - Tonle Sap Lake

This 5-day tour offers the ultimate chance to tap into the real beauties of Cambodia's historical land. Cycle off the beaten paths, soak up the rural tranquility & discover an intoxicating mix of ancient temples, captivating nature, and enthralling country landscapes.

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FAQs for Cambodia tours 
+When is the best time to travel to Cambodia?

Cambodia is warm all year round, but the cool season from November to February is the peak season and considered to be the best time to Cambodia. From March to May, the weather is much hotter, but still good to travel

+What is the official language of Cambodia?

Khmer is the official language of the country, spoken by nearly 90% of the population.

+Is English spoken throughout Cambodia?

Aside from tour guides and tourism workers, not many Cambodian can speak English, especially in the rural area

+What currency is used in Cambodia? Do I need to exchange my money?

The Cambodian Riel is the official currency. You can exchange your money to Riels at the international airports. However, USD is widely accepted in Cambodia and is preffered in tourism services. You can easily withdraw US dollars at the ATMs in all major cities (check with you own bank for transaction fee)

+Do I need a visa to travel to Cambodia?

Yes, a tourist visa is required for Canadian and American passport holders. A pre-arranged e-visa is the best option, but a visa can also be obtained on arrival

+Is Wi-Fi available in Cambodia?

In Cambodia, Wi-Fi is available in major cities, but it may be slow and there may be a fee to use Wi-Fi in public areas

+Is it safe to drink the tap water in Cambodia?

We do not suggest you drink tap water in Cambodia. It’s best to bring along mineral water, which can be found in hotels and restaurants