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Pedals and Paddles

Kayak and bike Cambodia's countryside

Siem Reap 22 Booked

Discover the key to the Angkor Kingdom's agricultural prosperity and enjoy a day of exercise as you ride the countryside and villages west of Siem Reap and paddle through a small floating community and the great Tonle Sap Lake

  • Embark on a 25-30km biking adventure with a 1 hour kayaking excursion to the villages and lakes outside of Siem Reap

  • Dig in to a local lunch, plus enjoy fruits, snacks and water provided throughout

  • Listen closely to your local English-speaking guide who will tell you all about the area

  • Kid-sized bikes are available too so the whole family can get involved

  • Support a local charity, committed to helping the community through Eco-tourism

What We Love:

Hop out of bed for an early morning ride along the great irrigation reservoirs of the Angkor period, the West Baray. By late morning you find yourself in a small village, where lives are supported by seasonal agriculture. Join a local resident for a walk ‘n' talk explaining the community workings then it's time for a tasty lunch and some hammock chill time. After lunch, you'll paddle through the floating villages by kayak. Explore the neighborhood and the mangrove forest before venturing onto Tonle Sap Lake where the sheer size of this body of water will become apparent. Your guide will explain the phenomenon that has resulted in the lake's eight-meter depth variance and why this lake is vital to Cambodia's survival. This is a tour for any adventurer who wants to explore beyond the tourist crowds of Siem Reap and support a company whose goal is to protect the local Cambodian community.

Activity Details

10 Hours



Pick Up

24 Hours

72 Hours


  • You will receive confirmation of your booking's availability within 1 business day. Once confirmed, we will send you the voucher via email

Inclusive Of:

  • 1 hour kayaking on Tonle Sap Lake & floating villages
  • 25-30km cycling
  • Informative English-speaking guide
  • Village tour from local guide
  • Lunch
  • Snacks, fruit and clean water
  • Bike and helmet rental
  • Return minivan transportation

Not Inclusive Of:

  • Hotel drop-off (tour returns in Siem Reap town, near the old market)


  • Approximate pick-up time: 6:45am (you must provide your hotel details at check out to request your pick up)
  • Approximate return time: 6:30pm (dependent on seasons and time of sunset)

What to wear:

  • Sturdy footwear like sneakers/trainers
  • Comfortable clothing
  • Sunglasses and a hat
  • Bring a camera

Additional Information:

  • Child ticket: Age 10 and below
  • The cycling is recommended for people with a reasonable level of fitness and biking skills as it involves a small hill and some sandy trails
  • The kayaking lasts a little over an hour and is perfectly achievable even for those who have never kayaked before

Insider Tips:

  • Cambodia is warm throughout the year, so if you're caught out in the rainy season, the good news is you'll dry off very quickly! Keeping hydrated and protected from the sun is important at all times of year

How To Use

  • You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity
  • The voucher is valid only on the tour date and time specified


  • Full refunds will be issued for cancelations made at least 72 hrs prior to the activity



Excellent guide. It was actually outsourced to another firm that specialises in Asia cycling tours- grasshopper. The guide went out of the way to make my experience memorable and he was very keen to introduce the Cambodian culture to us.


It was very interesting to see the village in the lake, a whole little community of about 7000 people with schools, shops etc floating in the lake. Absolutely recommend this trip if you want to do something else than just visit temples for your stay at Siem Reap!


This is a really interesting trip - to see the fisherman and their families living in their huts on stilts and to imagine the impact of the huge change in water level during the year and to see how the fishermen manage to continue to live and do their business throughout this change... It is also interesting to think that this has been going on, much the same for thousands of years - the only main difference, is that the boats now have engines (not all)....There are some great photo opportunities. On other reviews i have heard about scams and safety and I can understand how this happens - we had no problems, but were with a guide - so this probably is the best advice - a guide not only gives you lots of good information, but also protects you from such scams.

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