In Cambodia, scooters are the main mode of transportation for everybody in the city and countryside alike, mainly as they are so convenient for everyday trips such as going to the market, restaurants, entertainment centres, work andschool.Travelloops can now recommend this scooter adventure activity. This is an amazing experience to add to your time in Cambodia. You will drive this scooter on your own through the stunning greenery, villages, crossing wooden bridges with some stops at the village storesto let you meet and chat to the locals. You can also explore Phnom Kulen (Kulen Mountain), which dates back before the Angkorian era.
In the morning you will drive through the stunning Cambodian countryside where you will see traditional Khmer houses, friendly local inhabitants as well as cattle and livestock in the fields. You start the day with a nice packed breakfast or sometimes we opt to have a simple bowl of noodlesat the village restaurant. On the way we can make several stops for photographs of the rice paddies, water buffalo and cattle andmany other things you won’t see back home. You will drive up the fairly steep hill, eventually arriving at the foot of Kulen Mountain. You will explore the thousand Linga River, visit a very holy place, home to a giant reclining Buddha and finally enjoy a refreshing swim at the waterfall followed by a picnic lunch on the riverbank. You will drive through the forest on a small trail to see Srah Damrei and the bats cave surrounded by many beautiful wild flowers, trees and vines. Srah Damrei has several gigantic statues of elephant, lions and frogsin thisreligious centre, which is also thebirthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire. You can see all the way back to Siem Reap from this high viewpoint with an amazing panorama.Mid-afternoon we head back to Siem Reap where your unforgettable experience ends.
Bicycle Tour from Cambodian Border to Siem Riep with Siya
My family and I (3 of us) just spent 6 fantastic days cycling through Cambodia with Siya and our driver. We had an excellent trip - Siya was an outstanding guide, very friendly, very fit and very knowledgeable. He genuinely seemed happy to be guiding us "tourists' around and loves cycling and photography. Siya was a pleasure to spend 6 days with. I would highly recommend him to anyone who wants to spend quality time in Cambodia and learn about the culture and see the countryside. He has great knowledge of the local bike routes too. Thank you, Siya.
Siem Reap best guide
We spent 2 days in Siem Reap with best guide, Siya Pouv! He and his wife Kim took great care of us. Ankor temples were fantastic and as my wife has vision and balance problems, Siya tailored the walking to our capabilities and gave us a great appreciation for the complex. We also visited floating village on the lake and walking thru the markets. His knowledge of Cambodian life and history gave us a real understanding and insight of this country. He truely went beyond our expectations! Great command of English. Ask for him if you want a superb and fun tour—he is also a guide for other Cambodia’s cities and would do a great job!