Experience Cambodia, Laos & Vietnam
Siem Reap, Luang Prabang and Ha Long Bay—with us, these very different destinations come together in one beautiful journey. We start in Siem Reap to explore the ancient Khmer temples of Angkor and visit the friendly people of Cambodia. Laos offers a UNESCO-protected city, colonial architecture, a Buddhist legacy and miles of Mekong-side riding. And there’s Ha Long Bay, Vietnam’s famed limestone islands rise magically from the water’s surface, offering floating villages that stretch the limits of believability. There’s nothing on earth quite like it.
Indochina Biking is a signature B&R Biking trip—expertly guided, small groups, premium hotels.
Easygoing to Moderate
Siem Reap to Hanoi
8 Days / 7 Nights
Price per person from: $7,995
Single supplement: $900
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Day by Day
Head to the Temples of Angkor and venture into the heart of the Cambodian countryside to discover the local Khmer temples of present-day Cambodia.
Explore the ancient temples of Bayon and Bantai Srei the best way possible—by elephant! Later, discover the park by bike, traversing trails lined by a jungle of silk-cotton and strangler fig trees.
Make your way through the wild jungle temple of Ta Prohm, bike past the temples and the gates of Angkor Thom one last time and immerse yourself in Luang Prabang’s undiscovered heritage.
Board a morning boat ride bound for nearby Pak Ou cave and cruise down the Mekong River. Embark on a walking tour to Vat Xieng Thong, a beautiful temple dating from the 16thC.
Take an early morning market walk through the enchanting city of Luang Prabang followed by breakfast under the picture perfect, multi-tiered cascades of the Tad Kouang Si waterfalls.
Embark on a ride around Luang Prabang to take in the local culture, and later catch a flight to Hanoi and enjoy dinner at sea in Ha Long Bay.
Spend the day soaking in the tranquil views and magnificent limestone formations on board our private boat, go sea-kayaking amongst the secret caves or take a meandering bike ride on Cat Ba Island.
Disembark, say your farewells and tam biêt in Hanoi for your departure home.
Grand Hotel d’Angkor, Siem Reap
The Grand Hotel d’Angkor is the area’s finest colonial landmark and provides the perfect base for our temple visits. At the end of each day’s explorations, your elegant guestroom awaits you—not to mention the historic Elephant Bar, fine restaurants, a beautiful pool and spa. The Grand is tastefully appointed with Art Deco-style furnishings and Khmer art objects. View hotel website »
Hotel de la Paix, Luang Prabang
Built upon a UNESCO site, this former Governor’s mansion is a beautifully redesigned oasis of calm. Centrally located in the bustling city of Luang Prabang, this boutique hotel offers 23 tastefully designed suites in addition to a spa and pool, blending classic colonial design and contemporary Asian style. This is serenity and magic in the heart of Luang Prabang. View hotel website »
Indochina Sails 1, Ha Long Bay
This luxurious wooden junk boasts three decks and 15 cabins, affording guests the opportunity to explore the waters and islands of Ha Long Bay in quiet, perfect comfort. The Indochina Sails features spacious, well-appointed cabins and suites with large ensuite marble bathrooms, a large sundeck with comfortable lounging furniture and an elegant dining room and bar. View ship website »
Easygoing to Moderate
This trip is rated Easygoing to Moderate. The longest ride is about 45 kms (28 miles). The riding in Laos is gently rolling and the temperature should be quite comfortable. In Vietnam, the riding on Cat Ba Island will be gently rolling and the ride around Hanoi will be flat.
You can't enjoy a great biking trip without a really great bike. On this trip, you'll be riding customized Rocky Mountain Hybrid Bikes. Click here for a detailed description. We also equip you with handlebar bag, helmet and water bottle.
- All breakfasts, all lunches and five dinners, including wine
- Services of B&R guide(s) and support vehicle
- All special events, private tours, guest experts and entrance fees
- Use of a bicycle and helmet
- Detailed maps, route suggestions and water bottle
- All transportation from rendezvous to drop-off, including flights, vans and boats
- All baggage transportation
- All gratuities for baggage, porters and hotel service
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