Cambodia is a nation on the Indochinese Peninsula that Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam all border. Many conflicts have marred its history and landscape, but it has recently become an increasingly popular tourist destination. Suppose you are experienced with riding motorcycles in countries with busy roads and relatively lax traffic laws. In that case, you will have lots of fun on our Cambodia motorbike tours exploring the historical religious sites, trying the excellent cultural food, and meeting the friendly people of Cambodia.
Our Cambodia Motorbike Tour Options
At Big Bike Tours, we currently offer three guided trips in Cambodia. Motorcycle tours are one of the best ways to explore this incredible country, as many of their roadways still require lots of maintenance and upgrades to make them more accessible for larger tour groups and buses.
For the Motorcycle Grand Prix Fans
If you are interested in Motorcycle Grand Prix racing, our 10-day guided tour through Thailand and Cambodia is undoubtedly worth considering. This trip starts in Pattaya, Thailand, and takes you along the scenic southwestern coastline of Cambodia. Our motorbike tours will also take you around the capital city of Phnom Penh and visit the “Killing Fields,” several sites where the Khmer Rouge regime slaughtered and buried over two million people after the Cambodian Civil War. While that may sound morbid, we believe that paying your respects to a nation’s darker history can help you understand the reasoning behind why it is in its current state. Then towards the end of the trip, you can watch Thailand’s Motorcycle Grand Prix at the Buriram International Circuit.
Cambodia Motorbike Tours Culture and Views
At Big Bike Tours, we offer 10-day guided Cambodia motorbike tours on demand to explore the stunning natural beauty and connect with this great country’s warm and friendly people. This tour also begins in Phnom Penh and takes you through some of the infamous “Killing Fields.” We also visit the largest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat. It was initially built as a Hindu temple in the early 12th century but later became a Buddhist temple complex stretching over 400 acres. While cruising around Cambodia’s warm tropical climate, we will visit lovely markets and breathtaking natural areas, such as the Boursa waterfall in the mountains of the Mondulkiri province.
If you want a more extended adventure through the Southeast Asian peninsula, our 50-day Great Indochina Ride may be what you want. This journey begins in Chiang Mai, Thailand, takes you through Myanmar, crosses into Laos, spends over two weeks in Vietnam, crosses into Cambodia for almost another week, then returns to Thailand to finish the seven-week adventure. You must have your visas and licenses for Vietnam sorted out and ensure your passport has at least six blank pages for customs stamps before arriving in Chiang Mai.
Our Promise to Our Clients
Since 2009, we have offered exceptional small guided motorbike tours throughout Thailand and the Indochinese peninsula. At Big Bike Tours, we are committed to providing you with the top Cambodian motorcycle tours full of extraordinary experiences that you will remember for years. Nearly every one of our tours is accessible to clients of all levels of motorcycle riding experience. Regardless of your comfort level on a bike, our tour team members are highly trained in safety procedures while driving and international first aid. Review our FAQ page for common concerns, or reach out to us if you have a question that still needs to be listed. We would be honored to guide you through the stunning culture and nature of Cambodia and other southeast Asian countries.