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Grasshopper Adventures offers inspired bicycle adventures of the Siem Reap area and greater Cambodia. Our tours are achievable by all and allow you to not only see a side to the Angkor Temples that many do not, but also to connect with the charming...more
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So much fun! A great way to see the temples and avoid traffic and crowds that come with car/bus and tuk-tuk tours. Also, you ride through local streets and countryside which is additionally nice to see. I had a small group of 3 so there...More
A cycle ride tour is a great way to see Angkor Wat and the other Temples around it.
My four friends and I did our Grasshopper tour today and it was perfect. The guide - Mr Vichea - was charming, knowledgeable and engaging. He was...More
Our group of 9 plus our excellent guide and mechanic set off from the shop after our briefing which starred at 7:30 am. What followed was an excellent day of temple visits, easy off road cycling though jungle and local villages and through the back...More
A great way to get a hint of the “real” Cambodia away from the tourist mecca of Siem Reap. Our guide, Sam, was awesome, excellent English and really knowledgeable about the countryside, culture and he easily answered all our questions. For respect of local people...More
We really enjoyed the bike tour and highly recommend it for travelers looking for a unique way to see the temples. The tour was ~24 miles and included 3 of the most popular temples, breakfast, lunch, and a snack. Our group was 6 people with...More
I was actually doing the trip on early march. So, the weather is good, no rain but start to get hot. The Tour start at 7.30 with a briefing about what we about to do. There are 8 of us with 3 guide as company....More
I’m going to start with the pros because we absolutely loved this tour. Our guide, Wee, was amazing. I had a foot injury and couldn’t stand for long periods and he was very aware of that and kept the pace going. He was kind and...More
We booked this tour a few weeks before arriving in Siem Reap. It all went very smoothly and as planned. Bo was our guide he was very professional with lots of information about the temples. Lots of time for photos and breaks. We left on...More
Our tour data was October 10th. We did the full day temple complex tour, about 35km. It was well organized and our guide Moon was very informative and spoke great English. The meal provided was delicious with a good variety and far more than we...More
What an amazing day this was. Grasshopper Tours were great. The bikes were high quality and our guide Phat brilliant. His knowledge about the temples, history and his advice as to the best photo shots really made the day one of my most memorable days...More
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We booked 48 hours before in low season and we where fine however considering how easy it is to book through trip advisor or their website I'd recommend just booking it. We got a private tour for the price of a group tour... More
We booked 48 hours before in low season and we where fine however considering how easy it is to book through trip advisor or their website I'd recommend just booking it. We got a private tour for the price of a group tour because nobody else booked on the day we booked.
After starting with the sunrise and a tour at Angkor Waht, they take you in a mini van to breakfast in the jungle. The biking is to and around Angkor Thom with a tour of Bayon, and then to Ta Prohm, and then biking to a... More
After starting with the sunrise and a tour at Angkor Waht, they take you in a mini van to breakfast in the jungle. The biking is to and around Angkor Thom with a tour of Bayon, and then to Ta Prohm, and then biking to a small cafe for a meal afterwards. It’s the whole day to take in just these temples. If you wish to see more temples it would be better to take 2 or 3 days in Siem Reap to see them, they are big places.