Singapore Slingers: Redux

from $1,400

Categories: ,
All about the Singapore Slingers: Redux.

A bespoke tour, for a bespoke bunch of guys. You will definitely need stamina for this one, especially if Gruff gets “a” round in on arrival. Be warned… not for the faint-hearted!

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Motorcycle Mounted Guide(s) and Mechanic(s).
  • Motorcycle Mounted Medic ( Advanced Wilderness Medicine Trained layperson)
  • Meals – breakfast, lunch and dinner unless otherwise specified.
  • Accommodation on a single share basis.
  • Tickets and passes to all locations with the exception of Angkor Wat.
  • Motorcycle rental and transportation of bikes and team to start of the event and from the end of the event
  • Regular wear and tear to the motorcycles of both rider and guide
  • Airport transfers, unless arriving/departing independently of the main group
  • Tour T-shirt
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Fuel for the motorcycles.
  • Any alcohol consumed during the course of the tour by either guide or participant.
  • Any accident damage caused to a participant’s motorcycle while on tour. All accident damage costs must be paid by the participant.
  • Motorcycle safety gear (e.g. crash helmet, armour, boots etc).
  • Expenses incurred that are not listed as part of the itinerary.
  • Flights.
  • Medical treatment or evacuation of a participant either as a result of being on tour or not as a result of being on tour.
  • Medical or evacuation insurance.
  • Third-party in-country motorcycle insurance
  1. Day 1 – Arrival 31st August 2017

    Arrive Siem Reap.

    Collected from airport, poolside beers in your hotel.
    Briefing and paperwork.
    Then 7pm Welcome dinner.
    Tuk tuks into town and pub street. Team early to bed!

  2. Day 2 – Riding 1st September 2017

    Floating Village OR Beng Melea Rainforest  (@140km)

    Bike hand over, followed by the Khmer traditional Buddhist Journey Blessing at a nearby temple in Siem Reap then leave the provincial capital and head out to villages on the edge of the now swollen Tonle Sap lake (the largest fresh water body in SE Asia), if the weather permits access via the usually wide open sandy trails. If not feasible, the we should have the option to play on some great forest tracks and (almost certainly muddy) trails enroute to the ancient Temple of Beng Melea. Easier routes available as there is now a sealed road to reach this once difficult to visit Temple. Challenging to tough when wet.

    All subject to ground conditions at the time, and last minute revisions.

  3. Day 3 – Riding 2nd September 2017

    Rock Lake Ride – (@220km)

    A long ride out to Trapeang Thma, the biggest lake in the most North Westerly province of Banteay Meanchey, just an hour from the Thai border. Hopefully on a mixture of great single track and wide open trails. Will most definitely involve mud, and water.

    All subject to ground conditions at the time, and last minute revisions

  4. Day 4 – The Source 3rd September 2017

    Source of Angkor (@150km)

    A great ride, out to the most sacred of mountains in all Cambodia – Phnom Kulen. Renowned by historians as the birthplace of the mighty Angkor Empire that ruled SE Asia from 802 for just over 600 years. It is on this very mountain that King Jayavarman II, proclaimed his divine right to rule independent of Java, and the last stronghold of the Khmer Rouge when their horrifying regime ended with Vietnamese occupation in 1979. With time and weather on our side we should be able to fit a visit in to arguably the most detailed temple in Angkor City, Banteay Srei, with maybe a bat cave visit thrown in along the way.

    Small trails and single tracks.

    Note: Massive waterfall!

    Farewell dinner.

    All subject to ground conditions at the time, and last minute revisions.

  5. Day 5 – Farewell 4th September 2017

    Transfer to Siem Reap International
    Travel homeward with your heads filled with “tales of derring do!”


The accommodation included is 5 star rated. Please bear in mind that Cambodia has only really had a tourism industry for 17 years, and star ratings may short fall of similar rated hotels in the West.

Your accommodation is included from the evening of the 31st August up until the evening of the 3rd September inclusive.

Based on single supplemented accommodation, including breakfast each morning.



The hotel will have a swimming pool, bar, restaurant and spa facilities.





Whilst we do have a limited array of riding gear, we strongly urge you to bring your own. Mainly because it will probably smell nicer than the hire kit we have available, and it will undoubtedly fit you better too.

Having said that, please don’t turn up in road riding gear, MTB gear, or brand new and ill-fitting riding gear! Ensure you have suitable protection for the high risk sport of off-road motorcycling that you will be embarking upon.

If you need to hire riding gear from us, please let us now before you arrive for your tour.

Official currency is the Cambodian Riel. But you won’t be able to find any outside of Cambodia.

Good job then that the mighty greenback is accepted everywhere here.

So do bring US dollars with you for buying all your beer and souvenirs.

The simple answer is yes. There is a slight risk, but not a very big one, like back in the early days!

We ride tracks that are well used by the locals, except in the jungle, and we steer you clear of areas that have not been demined by the government or NGOs. However, the general advice is that landmines are a danger.

Best advice is listen to the team on the ground each day. Areas that are still being demined will be pointed out to you, and re-iterated wherever necessary.


You need to arrive with two! Your license to drive a motorcycle over 250cc from your country of residence, and an International Driving Permit.

These 2 items are used to apply for your Cambodian License! We organise Licenses for all riders, though there is an extra charge for this of $80. The time to issue a license is over a month, so you will not have your License whilst you are riding with us. You will have a receipt for one though, so you will be legal on the road here.

Your Cambodian License will be valid for one year, and we will forward it on to you when we receive it if you so wish (though we might ask you for some more cash to cover the postage!)

Absolutely yes. You must have a travel policy that specifically covers you for medical emergencies and repatriation to your country of treatment should you be involved in an accident whilst travelling on or off road on a motorcycle over 250cc in Cambodia. If you have trouble finding suitable policies, drop us an email and we can put several options in front of you.

Overall Rating