Daily Life & Culture
Option 1: (Angkor Thom, Bayon, Preah Khan, Ta Nei and Ta Prohm)
We ride around 45 km off road through the jungle to the villages of Angkor Park. We cycle along the moat of Angkor Wat and enjoy the view of the trees and the sound of the singing birds and cicadas. We ride through villages and observe the daily life of the people, who are living in indigent conditions.
After that, we cycle on the laterite wall of Angkor Thom, the big City, which is 3 km long, 8 m high and 25 m bright. We visit the Bayon Temple, which is located in the Center of Angkor Thom.
We visit Preah Khan temple, a former Buddhist convent and university. This temple is surely the most spectacular in Angkor. Then we continue through the jungle to see Ta Nei temple. We end our tour by visiting Ta Prohm, the “Jungle Temple”.
Option 2: (West Baray, Bayon, Ta Prohm und Angkor Wat)
We go by bicycle off road to West Baray, a water reservoir of the Angkor period. On the way we visit a wonderful Buddhist Temple, Wat Romeat.
After that we continue to the Bayon Temple, situated in the Centre of Angkor Thom.
We cycle further to Ta Phrom, the Jungle Temple and we finish our tour at Angkor Wat, the biggest temple complex of the world.