Cambodia Motorcycle Evangelism

Spend your summer riding motorcycles in Cambodia, sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Khmer people who will greet you with warm smiles and waves wherever you go!

Dates: June 15 – August 2, 2019

Teen Missions Trip (ages 16-19)

Riding a motorcycle from rural village to rural village teaching Sunday schools will be an adventure you will never forget. 

 Travel:  From Orlando you will travel to New York City.  A connecting flight will take you across the Atlantic Ocean and Asia to Hong Kong, then on to Siem Reap International Airport in Cambodia.  You will have a short van ride to the Teen Missions base in Siem Reap.  You will spend a few days repacking and buying supplies before continuing on your journey to the southern Teen Missions base near Kampong Chhnang. Water buffalo, rice paddies and maybe an elephant can be seen during your travel.  

 Ministry: Your days will be spent traveling by motorcycle to rural villages to teach Sunday schools. Your team will use puppets, drama, songs and smiles to engage the children. You will also work alongside the Teen Missions in Cambodia Bible, Missionary & WorkCenter (BMW) students helping with projects around the property.  You may even have the opportunity to help with rice planting! 

 Adventure: Sightseeing will include touring the ancient temples of Angkor Wat, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.  Experience the fun of the night markets where you can eat fried tarantulas, grubs and other local delicacies. Shopping and bartering for wood carvings, paintings and silk items will complete your Cambodian experience.  

Your alert here.Important information: Team members must be at least 16 years old and have a valid U.S. or Canadian Driver’s License..

Project Expense: $4890 U.S. plus $30 Registration Fee


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(Note: Teams are filled on a first come, first served basis.)


  1. If I want to bring a non battery powered camera and have multiple portable chargers to powere it would I be allowed to have them? The chargers would basically be like batteries.

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