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Find and create the best bike routes in Cambodia with the bike route planner: The flat southeast Asian state at the Gulf of Thailand is a beautiful country with a lot of history. After Cambodia had been colonised by , the Khmer Rouge ruled and civil wars characterised the country. Today, Cambodia is a green, forested country full of culture and history which’s archaeological sites, colonial cities, tropical beaches and many temples offer quite a few hidden treasures.
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- 149,502 km
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The Angkor Wat temple was built in the 1100s and forgotten until the French colonists rediscovered the well-preserved temple in the 19th century. Here, you can look at beautiful relief walls and observe the sunrise, although you should beware of the roaming wild monkeys.
An 8 kilometre-long circuit meanders through lush forests and past gorgeous viewpoints in Kep National Park. The track is signposted, shows paths leading deeper into the park and is well usable for mountain bikes.
The Koh Ker temple was the Khmer empire’s seat for a short period of time: The impressive pyramid rises out of the surrounding jungle. The temple has only been accessible as of late, it had been hidden in the jungle for almost a millennium.
The rainy season lasts from May until September and can lead to flooded streets and mud. This time is thus not suitable for a bike holiday.
In general, Cambodia’s streets are equipped with a shoulder and the people are used to individuals at the edge of the street. Some streets are unpaved dirt roads, so thick tyres are recommended.
Cambodia’s drinking water’s quality isn’t great and it’s not monitored. However, you can buy water in plastic bottles almost everywhere. An alternative solution is to bring a water filter.