Millions of visitors pass through Siem Reap and the temples at Angkor each year, but it is fair to say that only a fraction of these do more than scratch the surface. To really get a handle on the amazing temple complex and the gorgeous countryside of which it is the centrepiece, it pays to exert a little energy and widen the scope of a visit. This active journey sees guests use pedal power and hiking to reach places most tourists rarely see. In addition to the relics of the once-mighty Khmer Empire, guests will encounter timeless Cambodian village scenes, immerse in traditional arts and crafts such as rice paper production and sample local cuisine. Highlights of the epic journey, which covers well over 150 kilometres, includes: a homestay, a visit to the relatively undiscovered Beng Mealea temple and the chance to bathe in a cool waterfall pool near the summit of iconic Kulen Mountain.
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