Serey Siv

Serey Siv

Khmer-Canadian photographer and barista living in Siem Reap Cambodia.

Siem Reap Scooter Adventure
 5.0 (2  reviews)

I offer one of the most unique services in Siem Reap — experience the city on two wheels with me onboard my 2016 Honda Wave! Instead of going around aimlessly, discover the different facets of the city with an English/French/Japanese speaking guide! For every extra person in the tour, I will assign them to my family members living in Siem Reap, but you can always request a tuk tuk. My customers are my friends, and I want everyone visiting Siem Reap to leave happy! 


  • If you're into eating, let's taste some of the most famous Cambodian dishes from local street food stands to popular restaurants amongst Khmer locals!
  • If you're into vegan food, I can show you the most famous spots for yummy vegan dishes!
  • If you're into the countryside life and adventures, I'll take you to the floating village and we'll go up Krom mountain by scooter (the best spot in Siem Reap for sunsets)! We can also visit the Tonle Sap and the Lotus Flower field and much more!
  • If you're into art, I'll take you to the best traditional and contemporary art galleries in town and much more!
  • If you're into coffee or tea, I'm actually a barista and I'll make you the best coffee in Siem Reap or I can bring you to the best tea shop in Siem Reap!
  • If you're into local craftwork, I'll bring you to small boutiques and workshops around inside and outside the city such as Ammo or the Silk Farm!
  • If you're into street or travel photography, I'll take you to the best possible spots for a short photo walk and/or take you to the best landscapes spots around town!
  • If you want to learn Khmer, I'll teach you a few things you need to know in order for you to get around Cambodia!
  • If you want to learn how to drive the scooter, I'll teach how to change gears and drive safely!
  • Basically, your trip is fully customizable. We can plan the trip carefully — or just wing it for the sake of having fun.
  • Ask me anything!

Tour Information

Location
Duration
3 Hours
Departure
10:00
Price per Participant
2,333.33 TIIM
Languages
Group size
1 - 2 people
Transportation
Motorbike
Includes
English/French/Japanese Speaking Guide Scooter Gasoline High-Quality Helmets Food & Beverage Rain Ponchos (if needed) Parking Fee for Scooters (in some areas)
Excludes
Personal Expenses Tips (optional)
Cancellation

About the creator
Serey Siv

Serey Siv

I offer one of the most unique services in Siem Reap — experience the city on two wheels with me onboard my 2016 Honda Wave! Instead of going around aimlessly, discover the different facets of the city with an English/French/Japanese speaking guide! For every extra person in the tour, I will assign them to my family members living in Siem Reap, but you can always request a tuk tuk. My customers are my friends, and I want everyone visiting Siem Reap to leave happy! 

  • If you're into eating, let's taste some of the most famous Cambodian dishes from local street food stands to popular restaurants amongst Khmer locals!
  • If you're into vegan food, I can show you the most famous spots for yummy vegan dishes!
  • If you're into the countryside life and adventures, I'll take you to the floating village and we'll go up Krom mountain by scooter (the best spot in Siem Reap for sunsets)! We can also visit the Tonle Sap and the Lotus Flower field and much more!
  • If you're into art, I'll take you to the best traditional and contemporary art galleries in town and much more!
  • If you're into coffee or tea, I'm actually a barista and I'll make you the best coffee in Siem Reap or I can bring you to the best tea shop in Siem Reap!
  • If you're into local craftwork, I'll bring you to small boutiques and workshops around inside and outside the city such as Ammo or the Silk Farm!
  • If you're into street or travel photography, I'll take you to the best possible spots for a short photo walk and/or take you to the best landscapes spots around town!
  • If you want to learn Khmer, I'll teach you a few things you need to know in order for you to get around Cambodia!
  • If you want to learn how to drive the scooter, I'll teach how to change gears and drive safely!
  • Basically, your trip is fully customizable. We can plan the trip carefully — or just wing it for the sake of having fun.
  • Ask me anything!

Get to Know the Town (Morning from 8:00 am or Afternoon from 2:00 pm or 3:00 pm)

There's nothing better to do than to ride on 2 wheels inside the town itself at first. Who knows what might catch your interest? I'll pick you up at your hotel or guesthouse, and I will guide you as we cruise around the city. We'll pass through the Royal Gardens, ride by the riverside, visit pagodas and other smaller temples, and visit small districts such as the Kandal Village and Phsar Leu market.

Heading Out of Town — or Just Hang Out!

Siem Reap is a very small town and the countryside is only a few kilometers away from its city center. I highly suggest visiting Krom mountain (especially for sunsets) and the nearby floating village because it's a smooth and nice ride out of town. But we can also ride across rice fields or lotus flower fields. If you want to do something else, just let me know!

Local Street Food

We'll head back into town and grab the best local noodle soup in town. Whether you like fat yellow noodles or white thin vermicelli, we'll eat by the riverside at local street food stands. I'll bring you back to your hotel and guesthouse and of course, if you want to hang out later some more, I'd be more than happy to meet up again! :D

Reviews

 5.0 stars, based on 2 reviews
  • Morena TongMorena Tong
    (21/06/2017)

  • Tom BaileyTom Bailey
    (04/06/2017)

    Serey was knowledgeable and has lived in the west, so his English is perfect. He's also a very talented photographer and showed us a few galleries, including one that was showing his work. He has an insider's perspective on Siem Reap, along with a friendly, laid back attitude that w appreciated. Thanks, Serey!

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