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Vietnam & Cambodia Custom

Ho Chi Minh City to Siem Reap

Travel from the bustling South to the more tranquil and conservative North, cycling through some of the most beautifully lush landscapes you can imagine.

Even the simplest of exchanges, meals, bike rides, walks or chance encounters at a market will give you a unique perspective on how the Vietnamese live, work, and celebrate life. We’ll spend the last days of our journey in Cambodia, exploring the breathtaking Angkor Temple complex. What makes Vietnam and Cambodia truly special are the wonderful sights, sounds, smells, tastes and feel of a place so stimulating and different from home.

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Day
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Today's Ride:

Cai Be to Can Tho
Approximately 25 miles with 100 feet of climbing

Description:

Your Trek Travel guides will meet you at the Hotel Park Hyatt Saigon (2 Lam Son Square, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam) at 8:30 AM on the first day of the trip. You will leave the busy streets and buzzing city of Saigon behind and, after a 2.5 hour shuttle, you will arrive at Cai Be, in the heart of the Mekong Delta. You will spend some time getting acquainted with one another and acclimated to your new surroundings, while enjoying a traditional Vietnamese lunch. Once properly fueled, your guides will introduce you to your bike, which will be your primary mode of transportation for the next 12 days. Then cycle along narrow country lanes, through tiny orchards, soaking in the colorful riverside life. At the end of the ride, you’ll take a boat across the river to the town of Vinh Long and shuttle for one hour to this evening’s hotel. Tonight you’ll gather for social hour to discuss some of the highlights that are sure to come your way, followed by an exquisite Vietnamese dinner.

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Hotel:

Victoria Can Tho Resort
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Day
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Day
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Today's Ride:

Can Tho to Phong Dien Floating Market Loop
Approximately 20 miles with 100 feet of climbing

Description:

This morning you will gather for a sunrise breakfast on a local boat to see the floating markets. Then you’ll take to the narrow roads to explore a little deeper into the Mekong Delta, as you cycle along the active riverfront en route to Phong Dien. Take in the sights and sounds of this incredible floating market, where boats converge from all around the Mekong Delta to buy and trade their fresh vegetables and local produce. Witness the cottage industries, such as timber merchants, coconut shredders and the myriad of small docks loading and unloading rice. You’ll make your way back to Can Tho - as you explore the hidden backwaters of the Mekong Delta - in time to get freshened up for the next part of your journey. After a relaxing lunch, you will transfer to the airport and fly north to Dalat, the French-settled City of Eternal Spring. Dalat is situated in the Central Highlands and provides cooler climates, resulting in beautiful vegetable gardens and flower nurseries. Take a stroll around the lake prior to dinner. Tonight you will be treated to a culinary experience with local produce, all coming from Dalat.

Hotel:

Dalat Palace
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Day
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Day
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Today's Ride:

Dalat to Longbian Mountain Loop
Approximately 25 miles with 1,500 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Dalat to Truc Lam Pagoda Loop
Approximately 45 miles with 2,700 feet of climbing

Description:

This morning, you’ll begin with a scenic ride through the pine tree forests and the terraced vegetable farms indicative of the Dalat countryside. At 5,000 feet above sea level, in the Central Highlands on the Longbian Plateau, Dalat’s temperate weather stands in contrast to Vietnam’s otherwise tropical weather. The French colonials, drawn here more than a century ago by the cool, springlike weather, established Dalat as a hillside retreat, as evidenced by the European-style villas. You’ll stop for a visit at the Lat Village, home to one of Vietnam’s 54 distinct ethnic minorities. Your expert guide will share his or her intricate cultural and historical knowledge of the village, its people, and their matriarchal culture, opening up a side of Vietnam few have the opportunity to experience. After a delicious lunch, there are a number of afternoon options to meet your individual desires and needs. Retire your bike and explore Dalat by foot. Experience the spirit of the Dalat Market, visit one of Emperor Bao Dai’s former Imperial Palaces and the ‘crazy monk’ (a true local character with multilingual talents). You may prefer to enjoy a round of golf at the Imperial course or return to your bike and ride through the picturesque Vietnamese countryside. This evening, you’ll head out into town on your own to discover Vietnamese delicacies there.

Hotel:

Dalat Palace
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Day
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Day
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Today's Ride:

Dalat to Khanh Vinh
Approximately 40 miles with 1,000 feet of climbing

Short Option:

Deo Thien Duong (Paradise Pass) to Khanh Vinh
Approximately 20 miles with 400 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Dalat to Nha Trang
Approximately 60 miles with 1,200 feet of climbing

Description:

Today there are lots of riding options depending on your ambitions. You may choose to start from the hotel, or take a boost past some of the more challenging riding in the morning, up to Deo Thien Duong, otherwise known as Paradise Pass (the highest pass in southern Vietnam). After cresting the pass, the next 20 miles of road drops all the way back to sea level, passing through a lush tropical jungle to Khanh Vinh. Following a hearty lunch, you’ll be greeted by acres of lush green rice paddies and other crops. Those who continue riding will cycle to Nha Trang on the south central coast, well-known for its pristine beaches. Your new home is the Evason Ana Mandara, whose name means “beautiful home for the guests.” We are certain that you will feel that the hotel lives up to its name, as the hospitality of the Ana Mandara is second to none. Amid the stunning architecture, peaceful surroundings, and location directly on the beach, you’ll surely be able to relax in this warm, inviting place. Tonight you’ll dine as a group, overlooking the beach of the South China Sea.

Hotel:

Evason Ana Mandara
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Day
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Day
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Today's Ride:

Nha Trang Loop
Approximately 25 miles with 300 feet of climbing

Description:

This morning, after a relaxing breakfast overlooking the beach, opt for a casual ride through the countryside, which offers a fascinating insight into the ‘real lives’ of the everyday people, who are the backbone of Vietnam. You’ll be riding through the quintessential Vietnam with its irrigated rice paddies and roaming water buffaloes. Many of the local farmers harvest their rice crops two to three times a year, sometimes rotating their crops with watermelon or corn. As you explore the smaller country roads, you might encounter some rice paper drying in the open air under the sun’s rays or see a fisherman hauling in his nets in hopes of a good bounty. Stop along the way for a taste of ‘café sua da’ - finely ground, Vietnamese-grown dark roast coffee, served with sweetened condensed milk, and stirred over ice. Simply magical! The afternoon is yours to relax at the hotel and pamper yourself in luxury with one of the many spa treatments at the spa. This evening, you’re on your own for dinner to explore some of Nha Trang’s innumerable restaurants.

Hotel:

Evason Ana Mandara
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Day
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Day
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Today's Activity:

Walking Tour of Hoi An

Today's Ride:

Hoi An Loop
Approximately 35 miles with 300 feet of climbing

Description:

This morning, following an early breakfast, you’ll shuttle over to Cam Ranh airport, a major US military installation during the Vietnam War, for a short flight to the city of Danang. Upon arrival, you’ll take a quick shuttle over to Hoi An, a well-preserved Southeast Asian trading port and now a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, known for its Chinese, Japanese, and European influenced architecture. Take in a walking tour through the old quarter, past the colonial-style buildings, along the riverfront, as you learn about the Cham people and how they controlled the spice trade for centuries from this strategic location. Following lunch, you’ll set out on a ride through some of the agricultural areas before returning to your hotel for the night. Take time to visit some of the local galleries, or stop in at one of the many silk and handicraft shops for a perfectly tailored suit, or simply relax along the Thu Bon River, basking in the atmosphere. Hoi An really comes alive in the evening with its handcrafted lanterns hanging in many of the storefronts. Tonight you’ll dine together and talk about your new discoveries.

Hotel:

Anantara Hoi An
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Day
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Day
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Today's Ride:

Hoi An to My Son
Approximately 35 miles with 800 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Hoi An to My Son Loop
Approximately 55 miles with 1,000 feet of climbing

Description:

This morning, you’ll ride out to My Son, the ancient center of the Cham civilization. The descendants of this kingdom controlled present-day southern and central Vietnam from the 7th century until 1832. The My Son temple complex is regarded as one of the foremost Hindu temple complexes in Southeast Asia. This complex, now a cluster of ruined temples, was constructed between the 4th and 14th centuries. You’ll cycle through the scenic countryside, past rice paddies and through the eucalyptus forest, encountering small villages along the way. Leave the coast behind, as you climb through the lush jungle, alongside the Song Tranh River, until you arrive at My Son, Champa’s greatest city. After lunch, you’ll see evidence of the American bombs that destroyed many of the temples, as you explore this impressive archaeological site. Opt to ride or shuttle back to Hoi An, where you will be on your own for dinner tonight.

Hotel:

Anantara Hoi An
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Day
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Day
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Today's Ride:

Hai Van Pass to Hue with Shuttle
Approximately 40 miles with 2,000 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Hai Van Pass to Hue
Approximately 60 miles with 2,500 feet of climbing

Description:

Today begins with a shuttle to your ride start location, just north of Danang. You can ride or shuttle up the steady and moderately difficult climb of Hai Van Pass, whose name means “ocean clouds.” Enjoy spectacular views of the Southern China Sea along the ride. Your efforts will be rewarded with a glorious descent to lunch at Lang Son Beach, rated one of the most beautiful beaches in the country. After lunch, you’ll ride along a coastal side road, through shaded coconut palms, flanked by sand dunes, and scattered with mini mausoleums, pagodas and war memorials. Energetic riders will make it all the way into Hue, one of the main cultural, religious, and educational centers of Vietnam and the former capital of the Ngu Yen Dynasty.

Hotel:

Pilgrimage Village Hue
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Day
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Day
9

Today's Activity:

Walking Tour of the Imperial City

Today's Ride:

Hue to Khai Dinh
Approximately 25 miles with 400 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Hue Loop
Approximately 40 miles with 600 feet of climbing

Description:

This morning, your local guide will take the group on a walking tour of the Imperial Citadel, which is located on the northern bank of the romantically named Perfume River. As you explore the citadel, you’ll learn more about the Nguyen Dynasty, a feudal dynasty which dominated much of southern Vietnam from the 17th century through the 19th century. Hue’s central location placed the city near the border between North Vietnam and South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. After an informative walking tour and some lunch, you’ll take to your bike to explore one of Hue’s best-known religious sites, the Thien Mu Pagoda. This pagoda is seven stories (the tallest in Vietnam) and is situated along the Perfume River. The remainder of the afternoon is yours to explore at your leisure or simply relax by the pool back at the hotel.

Hotel:

Pilgrimage Village Hue
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Day
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Day
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Today's Ride:

Siem Reap Loop
Approximately 15 miles with 300 feet of climbing

Today's Activity:

Explore Angkor Temple Complex

Description:

This morning, you’ll head to the airport in anticipation for your journey to Cambodia. You’ll arrive at Siem Reap, Cambodia in time for a welcome lunch as you get acquainted with your new local guides. Once you are properly fueled, you’ll ride to the Angkor Temple complex to begin the Grand Circuit, which includes Angkor Thom, the South Gate, the Bayon, Baphoun, the Terrace of the Elephants, and the Terrace of the Leper King. Take time to explore the various temples, as you discover all the history surrounding this magical place. Along the way, you’ll notice that many of the temples are enveloped by large tentacle-like arms from Banyan trees. Recently, Angkor Wat was established as a World Heritage Site and the temples stand as a powerful symbol of Cambodia and are the source of great national pride. Tonight you are on your own to discover Cambodian cuisine.

Hotel:

Park Hyatt Siem Reap
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Day
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Day
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Today's Ride:

Siem Reap to Banteay Srei
Approximately 25 miles with 300 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Siem Reap to Kbal Spean
Approximately 36 miles with 500 feet of climbing

Description:

This morning, you’ll ride back to the temple complex via an alternative route to discover more hidden treasures. After some further exploration, you will head out into the countryside, meandering past many local villages and schools. A noteworthy stop along the way is Banteay Samre, a Hindu temple built in the early 12th century in the Angkor Wat style. As your journey continues, you’ll arrive at Banteay Srei (Citadel of Women). This temple is largely built of hard red sandstone that is carved similarly to wood. Your final destination for the day is Kbal Spean (River of 1,000 Lingas), where you’ll enjoy a hike to discover the riverbed carvings—mythological motifs depicting Hindu gods and animals. Take a well-deserved break for lunch while contemplating your afternoon options. This evening, the group will gather for a final meal together in Siem Reap.

Hotel:

Park Hyatt Siem Reap
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Day
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Day
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Today's Ride:

Siem Reap to Tonle Sap
Approximately 30 miles with 300 feet of climbing

Description:

Today you’ll take one final spin through the countryside, to the village of Kro Bey Real, on your way to Tonle Sap, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. This combined lake and river system changes its directional flow twice a year, and the portion that forms the lake shrinks and expands dramatically, depending on the season. Depending on the tides, you may be able to take a boat cruise through the floating villages that depend heavily on this water system. After the cruise, you’ll cycle along the riverbank and pass through many local communities before arriving back in Siem Reap. You’ll say farewell to your guides at 12:00 PM at the Park Hyatt Siem Reap. Your local guides or the hotel can help you arrange for a taxi to take you to the airport at the conclusion of the trip.

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Dates & Pricing

This trip is available as a custom trip only, please refer to our custom trip page for more details.

What is Single Occupancy?

Sometimes it’s more convenient and comfortable to have your own room while on vacation. We understand and that’s why we offer a Single Occupancy option. The additional price guarantees a private room all to yourself.

Hotels

Victoria Hotel on Trek Travel's Vietnam Custom Cycling Vacation

Victoria Can Tho Resort

Can Tho City, Vietnam

This hotel fuses French Colonial-style architecture with cozy interiors that reflect the warm local influence. It is situated on the banks of the Hau River, one of the estuaries of the Mekong Delta.
Dalat Palace on Trek Travel's Vietnam Custom Cycling Vacation

Dalat Palace

Dalat, Vietnam

The lakeside Dalat Palace was built in 1922 in the heart of Dalat and is set in a private 5-hectare park. It has a gastronomic restaurant, a brasserie, a piano bar, a spa, and a golf course.
Evason Ana Mandara Hotel on Trek Travel's Vietnam Custom Cycling Vacation

Evason Ana Mandara

Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa, Vietnam

Ana Mandara means “beautiful home for the guests.” Reminiscent of an old Vietnamese village and furnished with native woods and rattan, the resort reflects the real heart of Vietnam—warm hospitality, rich culture, and unique tastes. The warm-hearted Ana Mandara hospitality, combined with the stunning architecture and peaceful surroundings, will ensure an unforgettable experience.
Anantara Hoi An Resort on Trek Travel's Vietnam Custom Cycling Vacation

ANANTARA HOI AN

Hoi An City, Vietnam (Quang Nam)

Located along the scenic Thu Bon River, Anantara Hoi An is a short stroll from the colorful and bustling Ancient Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Touches of French, Dutch, Chinese, and Japanese cultures make up the distinct ambiance and atmosphere in the resort. The Senses Restaurant captures the essence of both eastern and western influences and blends these with the exotic flavors of Vietnam’s local cuisine.
Pilgrimage Village on Trek Travel's Vietnam Custom Cycling Vacation

Pilgrimage Village Hue

Hue, Vietnam

The Pilgrimage Village is located in the peaceful countryside, just four kilometers from the centre of Hue. The rooms are simple, comfortable, unique, and stylish, and offer a Zen-like tranquility. We encourage you to enjoy the many amenities of the Stillness Spa located on the property.
Park Hyatt Siem Reap on Trek Travel's Custom Cambodia Cycling Vacation

Park Hyatt Siem Reap

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Experience authentic Cambodian hospitality at the award winning Park Hyatt Siem Reap, recognized as one of the Top 100 hotels in the world.

What's Included

We Include More

Every moment of a Trek Travel bike trip has more than you could have ever dreamed. More romance. More scenery. More choice. It's the little additions to every Trek Travel cycling vacation that make it truly special. And that’s how we help you create more memories.

  • Gratuities for all scheduled special events, restaurants, hotels, local guides and transportation during your trip.
  • Private tours
  • Entrance fees to all group events/activities
  • All transportation during the trip, including private coaches
  • Walking tour of Hoi An and the Imperial City of Hue
  • Boat cruises across the River Tien and through floating villages in Cambodia
  • 11 nights of accommodation
  • In every region we travel, we uncover the area’s best, and most delightful accommodations. On our Custom Vietnam & Cambodia trip, you will stay in luxurious accommodations with personalized service.
  • On our Custom Vietnam & Cambodia trip, the cuisine consists of an abundance of seafood, savory meats, noodle dishes, fresh vegetables and exotic fruits. The French left their culinary influence throughout the country with coffee, baguettes, and gourmet savoir faire! Soups are a common delicacy and will vary, from a noodle soup made with thin rice noodles, to various types of broth.
  • The knowledge, support, and camaraderie of experienced guides
  • Daily route support
  • The use of Garmin Touring Plus GPS cycling computer
  • Paper route guides also available upon request
  • All luggage transfers
  • All transportation during the trip, including private coaches
  • Comprehensive trip literature
  • Trek 4500 mountain bike
  • The use of Bontrager bike helmets and other gear and equipment to make your ride comfortable
  • Coupon valued up to $500 off a new Trek Bicycle. Contact us for details.
  • Trek Travel Bontrager RL jersey and cycling socks

Thank your Guides, by tipping

Gratuities for your Trek Travel guides are not included in your trip price. We recommend tipping 7.5-10% of your trip price for the guide team. Local currency is preferred and unless you want to tip separately, guides will divide tips amongst themselves. Please tip your guides at your discretion, based on their level of professionalism, guest care and service.

  • Airfare and transportation to and from the trip pick-up/drop-off locations
  • Lodging before and after the trip
  • Personal items purchased during the trip
  • Optional activities not scheduled by Trek Travel
  • On select trips some meals are not included. On these trips, Trek Travel invites you to explore the local cuisine at your leisure.
  • Gratuities for your Trek Travel Guides may be given at your discretion in response to their professionalism and leadership. Industry standard is for each individual guest to tip the guide team 7.5-10% of the trip price.

FAQs

Trip Changes

Our itineraries are an approximation of our trips. Trek Travel strives to offer each and every guest a vacation of a lifetime on every trip. At times routes, hotels, activities, etc. listed here may change at the discretion of the trip designer or guides to improve the trip experience.

  • Rider Type | 2
  • Average Daily Mileage | 26
  • Terrain | Hilly
  • Average Daily Elevation | 600 ft.

On all of our vacations, Trek Travel strives to find quiet, paved secondary roads or bike paths to experience a region; busy roads are avoided as much as possible. Vietnam and Cambodia are best suited for our Type 2 Riders. Our Trek Travel guides can also easily accommodate Type 1 Riders, who seek less mileage or fewer uphills, with a boost in the van. Those who wish to ride every mile but are concerned about their physical ability may want to try our electric bike option–you still get a workout but can climb alongside even the strongest rider. Type 3 Riders will enjoy the extra mileage the avid route options offer. See day by day itinerary for specific daily ride distance and elevation options.

On most Trek Travel trips, we offer non-riding options for riders who want to take the afternoon off, or travel companions who want to spend little or no time in the saddle. Some of these options may need to be scheduled before your trip–please contact one of our Trip Consultants for more information. Expenses and/or related transportation to these activities may not be included in the trip price. See Included In The Trip Price for more information. Some non-riding options on this trip are:

  • Hit the beach
  • Opt to visit the spa
  • Market visits
  • Hire a local guide for the day
  • Tai chi
  • Yoga

When a trip is booked, a guest confirmation letter is immediately sent out. One week prior to the trip start you will receive an email containing a trip start meeting location reminder and any last minute information that you will need to know before your trip. Once you arrive at your destination Trek Travel staff will brief you on the day-to-day plan for the trip and provide you with daily route guides and a detailed map allowing you to ride with complete confidence and independence.

We understand things happen in life and sometimes you have to cancel or change your bike tour. We want to make it as easy as possible to do so and below you will find our timeline. If you ever have a question, just give us a call, 866 464 8735. Read our cancellation policy.

Didn't find what you were looking for? Check out our General FAQs section. You will find answers to all the most common questions that don't necessarily pertain to a specific trip.

Meeting & Departing

How to get there

We suggest that you arrive at least two days prior to the trip start, which will enable you to adjust to the time zone and minimize the risk of missing the trip start due to flight-related delays. We recommend that you fly into Ho Chi Minh City Airport (SGN). The airport is located 4 miles north of the city center of Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon. There is a taxi stand in front of the main terminal where you can hail a taxi to take you to the meeting day hotel. The best taxis to take are Mai Linh (green logo) or VinaSun (red logo). The transfer takes about 20 to 30 minutes, depending on the time of day, and will cost approximately $10 US Dollars.

We recommend flying out of the Siem Reap Airport (REP). Your local guides or the hotel can help you arrange for a taxi to take you to the airport at the conclusion of the trip.

Hotel Park Hyatt Saigon | Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam

Your Trek Travel guides will meet you at Hotel Park Hyatt Saigon (2 Lam Son Square, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam) at 8:30 AM on the first day of the trip. We will then shuttle 2.5 hours to Cai Be, in the heart of the Mekong Delta. You should have your cycling gear in a small bag separate from your main luggage or be dressed ready to ride.

If you will be late for the pick-up or are going to miss it altogether, please inform your guides. You will receive an email a week before the trip start with their names and contact details. If you cannot reach them, please call our first hotel, Victoria Can Tho Resort (+84 710 381 0111), and leave a message with your expected arrival time and contact details. A taxi from the city center of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) to the first night’s hotel will cost approximately $150 USD and will take about 3 hours.

Park Hyatt Siem Reap | Siem Reap, Cambodia

You will say farewell to your guides at 12:00 PM at the Park Hyatt Siem Reap. Your local guides or the hotel can help you arrange for a taxi to take you to the airport at the conclusion of the trip.

Before: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

The Vietnamese capital offers a multitude of restaurants serving traditional fare such as pho, the delicious soup that is not to be missed. The French left their mark here—the city center is rife with wide boulevards and historic colonial buildings. The 19th century Notre Dame Cathedral was originally built with all materials imported from France. Take a stroll through the New Ben Thanh Market in the Pham Ngu Lao neighborhood—you’ll find everything here! Approximately 35km from the city, you can find the Ci Chi Tunnels, a testament to the strong will of the Vietnamese during the war. If you are in Ho Chi Minh City on a Sunday morning, you might catch a live band at the Saigon Opera House. Local bands occasionally put on free performances here. We recommend the following accommodations for your pre-trip hotel:

Park Hyatt Saigon

Park Hyatt Saigon hotel is centrally located at Lam Son Square, near the elegant Opera House in downtown Saigon and within walking distance to business, shopping, entertainment and main tourist attractions.

2 Lam Son Square, District 1 | +84 8 824 1234 | www.Saigon.Park.Hyatt.com | ~$300

Hotel Caravelle

Located at one of the most prestigious addresses in Ho Chi Minh, the Caravelle prides itself on offering traditional refinement in an ambiance that is welcoming, warm and offers luxurious modern living. With a fitness center, a spa with a zen-like atmosphere and a slice of the tropics found poolside, you’ll be certain to find something to entertain you.

19 Lam Son Square, District 1 | +84 8 823 4999 | www.CaravelleHotel.com | ~$200

Intercontinental Asiana Saigon

This hotel is close to the colonial sights of Notre Dame Cathedral and the Old Saigon Post Office, a few minutes from famous landmarks like the Reunification Palace, City Hall, and the beautiful Opera House.

Corner Hai Ba Trung Street | +84 8 3520 9999 | www.ICHotelsGroup.com | ~$180

After: Siem Reap, Cambodia

This town, which is actually a cluster of small villages, is the gateway to the world-famous Angkor temples. In the Old French Quarter, the area around Sivutha Street and the Psar Chas, there is Chinese-style and colonial architecture among the shops. The jewelry and craft shops can be found in the Psar Leu area. A visit to the Angkor National Museum will give you a deeper understanding of the archeological finds. If you can, catch an Apsara dance performance, the traditional Khmer dance. These are meant to convey a story or message, and are not merely dance. Check out the floating market on the river to Tonle Sap Lake, either by riverboat or in a guided tour. This freshwater lake is the largest in the country. We recommend the following accommodations for your post-trip hotel:

Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf and Spa Resort

This luxury resort offers five-star accommodations close to the magnificent Angkor Wat World Heritage Site.

Vithei Charles de Gaulle, Khum Svay Dang Kum | +855 63 964600 | www.Sofitel.com | ~$280

Le Meridien Angkor

Le Méridien Angkor hotel has been voted Cambodia’s Leading Hotel and Leading Spa at the World Travel Awards three years running. It puts guests just footsteps from the most legendary sites of ancient Cambodia.

Vithei Charles de Gaulle, Khum Svay Dang Kum | +855 63 963 900 | www.StarwoodHotels.com | ~$150

La Residence d’Angkor

Located next to the Siem Reap River and surrounded by majestic old trees, the charming, resort-style La Residence d’Angkor is a haven of tranquility, comfort, artistry and beauty.

River Road | +855 63 963 390 | www.ResidenceDangkor.com | ~$200


* Hotels listed above are local properties we love. We do not have special rates available.

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