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Mountain bike ride

Mountain bike ride

The 800km Bangkok- Saigon mountain bike ride across Cambodia will start on November

6 and is expected to finish on November 21.

This annual fundraising event supports deprived children in the three countries,

and the price of joining the trip is $ 2,250 per pedaller. The price covers almost

everything except air tickets.

Each participant in the event, organised by Symbiosis Expedition Planning, will donate

$100 to four children's charities in the three countries in which they cycle. The

charities are: Rejoice (Thailand), Krousar Thmey and Mith Samlanh in Cambodia and

the Saigon Children's Charity.

The challenge will start from Khao Yai National Park in Thailand and take five days

to reach Siem Reap, then Phnom Penh and continue to the south along the Mekong River

to Saigon.

Entry enquiries to the Symbiosis Phnom Penh office on 023 993 092 or [email protected] symbiosis-travel.com.

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