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Our Cycling Holidays In SE Asia, China, & Mongolia

All of our tours in Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, China, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, & Mongolia

Below is the full list of all of our cycling holidays throughout South East Asia, China, and Mongolia. At the time of writing our bicycle touring destinations include Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, China (including Yunnan, Guizhou and Guanxi), Mongolia, Sri Lanka and Taiwan. You can filter tours by country if you know where you want to go, otherwise, we've included summary information to help you choose a tour. We specialize in exploring the lesser known, less touristed parts of Asia and finding routes based around quiet, traffic-free backroads and trails, to give you the most memorable holiday experiences. All of the cycling tours below have been personally researched by us, will be guided by us and include the high standards of personal service that we have become known for.


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  • Cambodia Gravel Roads

    Exploring Rural Kampuchea

    Dates: December 2022

    With a predominantly agricultural population, and an economy still faltering following a tragic recent history, Cambodia’s road infrastructure remains predominantly unsealed and rural. Whilst this may not be an ideal situation for many people, foreign and Khmer alike, for those amongst us who like to explore a country on traffic-free gravel roads, Cambodia offers an increasingly rare opportunity.
    Cambodia’s relatively diminutive size also means that, despite being able to explore the land and meet the people far from the tourist hordes, we are never far from a town boasting accommodation usually exceeding the comfort one may expect of a nation lacking in the material luxury of the West.
    And as we cycle through the beautiful flatlands of Kampuchea, meeting Khmer people, it is the cheery nature, ever-present smiles, waves, and shouted greetings that will likely leave an even more profound impression that the dramatic Angkorian era architecture. It is, however, this architecture that is, with good reason, Cambodia’s number one tourist draw and is the starting point of our adventure. And as if all of this is not enough, the French colonial legacy of fine dining and drinking, along with the local cuisine, make Cambodia perhaps the best nation in the region for hungry cyclists.

    Total Days: 13 | Cycling Days: 9 | Difficulty: 6/10 | Daily Average: 77km | See more information, dates & prices »