This 145km Cambodian motorbiking adventure will not only seriously pump up your adrenalin and let you ride freely through the beautiful countryside but it'll give you a good dose of historical insight too!
Discover the true Cambodia, far from the tourist trails, with a full-day motorbike tour
Visit the historical Phnom Kulen where the 'Age of Angkor' began, swim in a waterfall and see a giant reclining Buddha
Take in the incredible scenery of the Kulen Mountain plateau and visit hidden temples
Practice riding before setting off or share the bike with your experienced guide instead
Tap into the local knowledge of your Khmer guide and make the most of his translator skills!
Up for an adventure? If you're feeling daring and want to really get off-road, we've got the perfect tour for you. Drive to the place where it all began, where Jayavarman crowned himself godking in 802AD. Rich in history, Phnom Kulen is where the ‘Age of Angkor' began, and is one of only two places in Cambodia where Buddha is reputed to have set foot. Visit a giant reclining Buddha and a scenic waterfall (don't forget your swimwear!) Then push on further, exploring kilometers of complex back trails, deep jungle tracks and hidden temples, including the stunning and sought-after stone elephant and lion statues. Tours are fully customizable, so if you want to take it easier, an alternative route takes you to the isolated pagoda of Preah Kral, with beautiful views of the Kulen Mountain plateau. This is the ultimate moto experience but if you're not feeling confident, not to worry, just hop on the back of the guide's bike instead.
My guide was very experienced and friendly. Motorbiking through the Cambodian country side was beautiful and humbling. I fell in love with Cambodia and its happy smiling people. Swimming in the waterfall at Kulen Mountain was an awesome experience and a great cool-off. Lunch near the waterfall was also delicious. My guide was kind enough to take me to see the Elephant statues in the jungle, even though it was a difficult trek (and maybe not for everyone). I had a minor accident on the way back, but my guide was very attentive and had a first aid kit handy. He was also able to perform quick repairs on the bike. He went out of his way to give me a good experience. I would recommend this to anyone in relatively good shape who is looking for an-out-of-the-way experience that not every tourist gets at the more heavily trafficked sites. I think it might be better to offer this as a half day trip as it can be very tiring and challenging for beginners, but otherwise awesome!
Klook had a great portal and user interface, and was really fast and efficient to use. They had a strict 24 hour pre-booking policy and the booking calendar reflected that timely. They were able to work on a tight timeline, and managed to arrange the motorbike tour two days prior to the activity date. The guide who took us out to Phnom Kulen was also very friendly and made us feel very safe throughout the tour. We did have some slight payment confusions though, as we only required 1 motorbike for 2 persons, instead of of 2 motorbikes. Whilst they were prompt to clarify that and confirm that a partial refund would be made, they were unable to get back to us on the exact amount of the partial refund. All in all, an activity in Siem Reap very much worth it!
The country side ride in rough terrain was good. The guide especially was speaking better than expected English and was able to share his knowledge on Buddhism and the history of Cambodia.
I made a tour on a honda with my guide Benny to the Kulen mountains and it was absolutly amazing.We met nice natives & the landscape is phantastic. The best: Pure adventure an no overfilled crowds of tourists !!!! It`s very easy to drive the motos and you see the real combodia (which became one of my favorite countries) If you go to the Kulan mountains-take a swim under the waterfall-An event you`ll never forget!!!!!!!
i can really recommend this experience!! We booked the moto tour to Kulen an incredible mountain range,were we swam under a waterfall.The views from the vast and remote roads is amazing. As was our guide Benny, a really cool guy. We were welcomed in the small villages by the locals; they probably don't get many tourist up here! Riding a moto, is like being on a bicycle, really easy to handle. It was a very good way to explore Cambodia.