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    Cycling from Bangkok to Saigon

    A cycle tour is undoubtedly the best way to really connect with a country, its people, to experience the tempo of village life, and escape the well trodden tourist trail. This Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) cycle tour is fully supported and fully guided, and it keeps you away from the main roads which many similar tours follow. Your cycle tour of Thailand begins by hugging the coast and passing some beautiful beaches, before heading inland towards the Cardamom Mountains. You cross into Cambodia at a remote border crossing and follow dirt roads to laidback Battambang. After a relaxing cruise passing fascinating floating villages you arrive in Siem Reap and discover the spectacular ancient Angkor temples of the mighty Khmer Empire. After resting in charming Phnom Penh, you head south passing endless rice paddies, and taking breaks in everyday villages, before reaching quiet colonial coastal towns. After another remote border crossing you are in Vietnam where you explore the fascinating and wonderful watery world and traditional lifestyles of the Mekong Delta, before finally arriving back into the hustle and bustle of dynamic Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon). For anyone wanting to discover the real Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, this is the tour for you!

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    bicycle tours myanmar
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    enjoy cycling

    I visited the sites you mentioned in your post description. If people want to enjoy and make fun then they must visit CAMBODIA, here you will also enjoy cycling as well as tours through streets..
    bicycle tours myanmar

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