Myanmar is a country with a deep and fascinating culture. Beginning and ending in Yangon, discover the spiritual heavyweight of Shwedagon Pagoda, journey through Bagan and its thousands of pagodas, cross the longest teak bridge in the world near Mandalay and enjoy life lakeside at Inle Lake, where floating markets, leg-rowing fishermen and ethnic minorities make for a unique destination. Mix in delicious food, breathtaking landscapes and people both curious and welcoming, and you have a place that will keep you coming back for more.
Exploring Burma by bike will allow you to see and experience the very best of the country.
Opportunity to meet the friendly locals along the way.
The tour took in Myanmar’s finest landmarks including the surreal Pindaya Caves, a subterranean collection of more than 8,000 Buddhas; an overnight hike to the Yasakyi Monastery in the hills above Pindaya; Mandalay and the world’s longest teak bridge at U Bein; Mount Popa and Tuang Kalat Temple perched atop a volcanic plug; and of course the wondrous vista of Bagan with its 2,000 stupas.
An excellent blend of active adventure and cultural immersion.
Motorbiking in Cambodia
Upon arrival in Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by our guide, who will accompany you to your hotel for check in. Phnom Penh was once considered as one of the most beautiful cities in the Orient, and despite its recent turbulent history, it still retains a colonial charm. Cambodia’s capital is a bustling city, majestically located at the confluence of the mighty rivers of the Mekong and Tonlé Sap. Wide tree-lined boulevards and many colonial-era buildings reflect the glorious days and add to the allure of the city, where Asian and Western traditions meet in a fascinating way.
Enjoy a 1/2 day city tour in Phnom Penh visiting S21 Toul Sleng Museum and Royal Palace.
Overnight in Phnom Penh.
After breakfast we leave the city on the National Road Nº 6 by crossing the Japanese-Cambodian Friendship Bridge continue to Kampong Cham, riding off road to visit local villages along the Mekong river. After Lunch break we continue to visit Phnom Han Chey & Nokor Bachey temple. Ride straightly to Kompong Thom.
Overnight in Kompong Thom.
After breakfast we leave the hotel and ride on off road tracks to visit Sambor Prei Kuk, Koh Ker temple group through Kulen District about 20km, Koh Ker was built in 10th century it is the mountain temple with 7 decks, 35 meters high in the reign of Jayvaraman IV (921-942), On the way back we visit Beng Melea Temple, a very nice remote temple in the jungle. Constructed in a distinctly Angkor Wat style under the same king that built Angkor Wat in early 11th century by king Suryavarman II. After visiting we ride straightly to Siem Reap city.
Overnight in Siem Reap.
We start this day very early on TukTuk and heading from the hotel straight to the entrance to Angkor Wat complex. After getting our entrance tickets you will be guided the hole day around Angkor Wat, Bayon Temple, Angkor Thom, Ta Prom Temple, Elephant Terrace, etc.
In the evening you can optional visiting a traditional Apsara Dancing Show, or just explore yourself the lively town of Siem Reap
Overnight in Siem Reap.
After breakfast we ride with the Motorbikes to Kompong Luck and take a boat to explore the floating villages. We can arrange a BBQ lunch on the boat or near the lake. After lunch we go straight on the highway to reach in the late afternoon Battambang. Founded in the 11th century by the Khmer Empire, Battambang is well known for being the leading rice-producing province of the country. For nearly 100 years, it was a major commercial hub and provincial capital of Siamese province of Inner Cambodia (1795-1907), though it was always populated by Khmer with a mix of ethnic Vietnamese, Lao, Thai and Chinese. Still today Battambang is the main hub of the Northwest connecting the entire region with Phnom Penh and Thailand, and as such it’s a vital link to Cambodia. The city is situated by the Sangkae River, a tranquil, small body of water that winds its way through Battambang Province providing its nice picturesque setting. As with much of Cambodia, the French Colonial architecture is an attractive bonus of the city. It is home to some of the best preserved French colonial architecture in the country.
Overnight in Battambang.
After breakfast we ride southwest to Phnom Sampeau. The killing caves of Phnom Sampeau are caves in Phnom Sampeau, a hill 7 miles (11 km) southwest of Battambang in Cambodia. Major atrocities occurred there during the Khmer Rouge in the 1970s. Many victims were bludgeoned to death and then tossed into holes which served as the skylights to the caves.Men and women were placed in separate caves and clothes in another. Today there is a large glass memorial in the cave next to the skulls and bones and a golden reclining Buddha. It is reached via a staircase. A memorial, assembled from cyclone fencing and chicken wire, contains human bones at the base of the stairway.
After lunch on the top of the mountain we ride south direction Phnom Penh, where we stay overnight.
Farwell dinner and exploring the nightlife of Phnom Penh.
Overnight in Phnom Penh.
Enjoy your day free at leisure to relax at the hotel or to do some last minute souvenir shopping at Phnom Penh’s colorful markets. Transfer to Phnom Penh International Airport for your individual flight home.
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