Off the beaten track & Chisor Temple Bike Ridefrom
Get a cycle experience on the off beaten track and explore Khmer local villages life, beautiful paddy rice fields and stunning views of Cambodia countryside from top of Chisor mountain and temple. Phnom Chisor temple was built in the early 11th century by King Suryavarman I (AD 1002-1050), who practiced Brahmanism.
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeCycling, Family, Guided Tours
Activity Level Moderate
Get a cycle experience on the off beaten track and explore Khmer local villages life, beautiful paddy rice fields and stunning views of Cambodia countryside from top of Chisor mountain and temple. Phnom Chisor temple was built in the early 11th century by King Suryavarman I (AD 1002-1050), who practiced Brahmanism. Throughout this cycling journey, we also explore and learn about the manmade lake that was built during the Khmer Rouge Regime and have a chance to try some local street foods along the way to Phnom Chisor temple as much as enjoy a Khmer local lunch served by villagers. This cycling journey is a combination with the Khmer village lifes, paddy rice fields and learning about Hinduism when we visit Chisor Temple.
- Cycling discovery to explore the paddy rice fields, Khmer local villages, lake and buddha temple
- A step up to the Chiso Mountain with a stunning view of paddy rice fields and visit the Brahmanism temple
- We experience with a local street foods, and enjoy a Khmer local lunch
Tour at a glance:
- Depart daily from 7:30am ( hotel pick up and drop off included)
- Cycling distance 35 km to 45km (22 miles to 28 miles)
- Cycling style on flat terrain through the back roads and countryside area
- Min group size: 2 pax
- Max group size: 10 pax (except the private group size or school trip)
- Tour join and end in Phnom Penh
- Photographic Opportunity: Good
- Tour fees (per person):
- Adult: 89$
- Child up to 12 years old: 35$
- Senior ( 13 to 17 yrs): 55$
Noted: Please provide us more information during your make a reservation as following:
- Hotel name with address
- Participants heights
- Dietary restriction if you have
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- English speaking guide
- Mountain bike & helmet
- All street food tasting, and drinking water
- All entrance ticket fees
- Khmer local lunch (vegan or vegetarian are available)
- Return to Phnom Penh by vehicle
- Soft drink & Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
- Travel Insurance
- Personal expense & tips
Off the beaten track & Chisor Temple Bike Ride
We will collect the participants from 7:30am at the hotel, then we drive to the south of the Phnom Penh capital city. Then, we saddle up our bikes and cycle through the local village where villagers grow rice, vegetables and fish. Continuously, we visit some of the Buddha temples, which is the main religion in Cambodia and enjoy some local food tasting when we visit the wet market.
We are still on the route for biking to get a stunning view of paddies, rice fields, man made lakes that were built during the Khmer Rouge Regime and heading to the Chisor mountain which is the early 11th century temple on the top of the mountain. Phnom Chisor temple was built in the early 11th century by King Suryavarman I (AD 1002-1050), who practiced Brahmanism. After refreshing and enjoying a picnic lunch prepared by the local villagers, we step up the mountain and visit Chisor temple. A temple from the Angkorian era, Phnom Chisor is set upon a solitary hill in Takeo Province, offering superb views of the countryside. The main temple stands on the eastern side of the hilltop. Constructed of laterite and brick with carved sandstone lintels, the complex is surrounded by the partially ruined walls of a 2.5m-wide gallery with windows. Inscriptions found here date from the 11th century, when this site was known as Suryagiri. The Off the beaten track & Chisor Temple Bike Ride is concluded with returning to your hotel in Phnom Penh by car or minivan as depending on the group size that we expect to arrive between 4pm or 5pm.
| cycling 35 km to 45km (22 miles to 28 miles)|Lunch included|
Below is a list of equipment that we suggest you take with you.
- Wear comfort clothes and shoes
- Sunscreen, sunhat, lip balm, and sunglasses
- Smartphone or camera and make sure their batteries and memory space are enough
- Small day backpack as it easy to carry something of your personal stuff and water
Well, that is available for your meal option during the trip with us. We has known, some of the most common dietary restrictions include vegan and vegetarianism, peanut allergies, lactose intolerance, and gluten intolerance etc. Therefore, you could mention us during your proceed the booking or direct contact to us via WhatsApp +85512883898.
Well, currently we are available French or Spanish speaking guide beside the English. We need you to make a request in advance for French or Spanish speaking guide with an addition fee 35$ per group.