Morning tour 8:00am – 12:00pm
Afternoon tour 12:30pm – 4:30pm
An Insight into the “Pearl of South East Asia”
This unique tour offers an alternative insight into the history, the heart, and the soul of this vibrant Capital! Discover the city on our stylish Vespas; cruise down tree-lined boulevards, pass glistening pagodas and Palaces, weave through bustling streets, and meet the locals! We start at a popular coffee spot where we learn a little about the cities Colonial heritage, we also visit the French built Post Office. A short ride takes us to Wat Phnom an iconic landmark from where the city took its name. We then head off the beaten track, winding our way through the back streets to a small community whose neighborhood has become known for some expressive Street Art. Our next stop is S-21 Genocide Museum which gives an insight into Khmer Rouge era which brought the country to its knees in the 1970’s. Leaving this dark time behind we immerse ourselves in one of Phnom Penh’s busiest and least touristic Local Markets where the locals really shop and we’ll sample some local delicacies. We then pay homage to the hero of Cambodia’s independence, King Sihanouk. We visit both Independence Monument and the King’s Statue to learn a little about this colorful figure who remains much revered. Finally, we head to The Riverside an area popular with local residents who come to enjoy the promenade, exercise and make merry. There is also the opportunity to have your final Vespa photograph taken in front of the Royal Palace.
*Phnom Penh Bike Tour Highlights* – Driving around the city on the back of a stylish Vespa, Phnom Penh Post Office, Wat Phnom, Chinese temple, Street Art area, S-21 Genocide Museum, local market, Independence Monument & King Statue, Riverside and Royal Palace exterior.
**Please note that this is not advised for children under 12 due to the unpleasant nature of this chapter in Cambodia’s history. Contact us for an alternative.