On this page we attempt to make available the experience of individual bicycle tourists who travel to Cambodia (you can share your experiences here).
Cycling South East Asia
I am building a touring resource for cyclist in South East Asia at www.silkwheels.com. The site is primarily my own routes but will be developed to hold other cyclists tales and experiences. There is also a forum for Q & A.Simon Stewart, October 06, 2007
Cambodia - Phnom Penh
It is perfectly possible to cicle to an from the airport, which is located some 7km west of downtown phnom penh. December 2006 we flew out of Phnom Penh to Bangkok with Asian Airlines and had no problems with our bikes wrapped in canvas.Michael Ruetten, October 01, 2007
Train Thailand (Cambodian border to southern Thailand
We took the train from the Cambodian border to Bangkok and from Bangkok southbound to Suratani. Taking your pushbike on the train is easy. Buy a ticket at the ticket office for yourself, and then purchase one for your bicycle at the same counter or at the special âcargo deskâ (Large stations).
In a 3rd class train put your bicycle at the back side of the train, at the area where the train manager is sitting. In an âexpressâ train, place your bicycle in the cargo wagon at the front/rear side of the train and take a relaxed seat there the cargo master will take care of it (without difficulty). www.railway.co.th.
Expect to pay 70 Baht for the bicycle, what can be more than you pay for yourself on a short trip.