Upgrade Yourself to a Four-Star Hotel Stay in Siem Reap, Cambodia

February 17, 2016 in Tours by cipcipTrip

SpiceRoads Cycle Tours, the leading bicycle tour operator in Asia for more than a decade, is pleased to provide riders who join their five-day Angkor Experience adventure a complimentary upgrade to the four-star property Tara Angkor Hotel. This promotion is for all tours between April 1 and September 30, 2016.

“This stylish hotel is a real treat and the perfect place to relax in after a full day of seeing the sights by bike,” says Struan Robertson, CEO of SpiceRoads Cycle Tours.

Tara Angkor Hotel
This luxury hotel is the first four-star hotel built in the mystical land of Angkor and is conveniently located only 6 km from the World Heritage site of Angkor. The hotel interiors are graced with a distinctive and contemporary style which successfully blends Khmer culture with understated elegance and fashion.

For more information, visit Tara Angkor Hotel website.

Angkor Experience
This tour mixes temple experiences with a countryside adventure by bicycle. The tour starts by exploring the iconic temples and learning about the thousands of years of Khmer history. There is a visit to the enigmatic temple of Bayon, known for its many smiling faces, Ta Prohm famous for the filming of Tomb Raider and, of course, the grandest of them all, Angkor Wat. The tour then heads into the countryside to explore local villages, the great sandstone ridge of Phnom Kulen which rises up impressively out of the otherwise flat countryside and a visit to Roluos, home to some of the earlier permanent structures built by the Khmers.

This offer is applicable for all tours between April 1 and September 30, 2016.

Costs and tour details
This five day tour costs US$635 and includes three days of riding. Single supplement is US$145. Tours depart every Monday and require a minimum of two riders.

The trip is fully supported and led by expert guides. An air-conditioned bus with a constant supply of cold drinks and fresh fruit will be on hand to pick up riders in need of a break.

Info on www.spiceroads.com