Unveiling Cambodia’s Ancient Legacy and Embark on a Journey Through Time.
Welcome to Cambodia, the cradle of Southeast Asian civilization! Delve into the depths of history and immerse yourself in the wonders of the oldest country in the region. With our carefully curated historical tours, we invite you to witness the richness of Cambodian culture, explore magnificent ancient temples, and uncover the secrets of its deep-rooted history.
- Visit Angkor Wat, the marvel at the grandeur of the world-famous temple, the largest religious monument in the world and the fascinating stories behind this UNESCO World Heritage site
- Embark on a captivating journey through the ancient city of Angkor Thom, where you’ll encounter iconic temples such as Bayon and Ta Prohm
- Visit Banteay Srei, venture beyond Angkor Archaeological Park to the enchanting pink temple or it’s called the citadel of women
- Embarkation on boat cruise tour on Tonle Sap lake, immerse yourself in the daily lives of local communities as you sail along the shore of the lake and discover the floating villages witness traditional fishing techniques, and floating houses
- Visit Preah Vihear, uncover the remote and mystical temple, perched dramatically atop a cliff at the Thai-Cambodian border
- Visit Phnom Penh, trace Cambodia’s history back to its capital, Phnom Penh.
- Visit the somber yet essential Killing Fields and Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
- Enjoy the peaceful stay in the capital city, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- Private guided tour by expert historians who provide in-depth knowledge about the country’s fascinating past
- Personalised tour itinerary and services
Hotel accommodation in Twin/Double room with breakfast;
English speaking local guide for the sight-seeing;
Private vehicle for transfer and transportation for the sight-seeing;
All entrances’ fee on the sites;
Boat trip at the floating & fishing village on the shore of the Tonle Sap great lake;
Meals as per program;
The visit to Banteay Srei, sugar production in the village and Akira landmine Museum;
Day excursion to Beng Mealea and koh Ker;
Visit the temples at Sambor Prei Kuh;
Bicycle ride experience at Sambor Prei Kuh, (for about 10 minutes);
Personalized program in details;
Cold bottled pure drinking water and refreshing towels during the sight-seeing;
Temple ticket, to be bought at own account (1 day pass = USD 37.-, 2-3 days pass = USD 62.-);
Light cooking class, to be on extra charge as specified on the program;
Personal expenses, ie. drinks and others are not mentioned on the inclusion.
Day 1ARRIVAL IN SIEM REAP FROM ..., MEET YOUR GUIDE AND TRANSFER TO THE HOTEL CHECK IN. DinnerWelcome to Siem Reap, the gateway to a unique blend of cultural heritage and natural beauty. Meet your local guide and driver who will escort you to the hotel for check in.Upon arrival at the hotel, you will be greeted by the hotel staffs at their hospitality desk and follow by welcome drinks during the check-in process. It would take 5-15 minutes depends on the group size. Feel relax and enjoy the moment of time at your arrival.Evening dinner at a local Cambodian restaurant – Khmer Set selected menuOvernight in Siem Reap, selected hotel
Day 2VISIT THE TEMPLES IN ANGKOR GROUP, ANGKOR THOM, BAYON, TA PROHM AND ANGKOR WAT
Morning after breakfast at the hotel
Check your battery and stuffs for the day before leaving the hotel. Your tour will start at around 08:00 am or 08:15 am depends on your wish.
Firstly, take a stop at the South gate of Angkor Thom, or Tonle Om Gate, is one of the five ancient gates dated to the 12th century providing access through the 8m high laterite walls of the great city. The south gate of Angkor Thom is a very famous spot within Angkor Archeological Park and one that shouldn’t be missed. Standing on the causeway, and admiring the sheer scale, as you find yourself drifting back in time to imagine how it must have felt to approach this spectacular city in its heydey is quite simply an experience you will hold forever.
Approaching Angkor Thom you are first met by the grand causeway that crosses the 100 meters wide moat which is flanked on either side by a naga balustrade beginning with a massive stone carving of a seven-headed Naga (mythical serpent) being held by a multi-armed and multi-headed giant. On each side, there are 54 stone giants pulling on the body of the Naga serpent.
Then continue your trip to the center of the city and you will be fascinated with the smiling faces which are atop of the towers of Bayon. The temple is a richly decorated Khmer temple related to Buddhism at Angkor. Follow your guide who will lead you to walk down at the northstairs and continue straight to visit the nearby temple and connect yourself to the peace and the moment of calm smiles by just taking a few minutes looking back to Bayon towers as you are leaving.
Afternoon, visit the highlight temple and the masterpieces in Angkor group, Angkor Wat. The majestic temples in the northwest of Cambodia is a Unesco World Heritage and top of the historic hit list for many travelers to Cambodia and Southeast Asia.Overnight in Siem Reap at selected hotel
Day 3BOAT CRUISE TO THE COMMUNITY FLOATING VILLAGE AND TOUR TO THE TEMPLES / Dinner with Apsara Dance
Breakfast at the hotel
Tonle Sap lake is the heart of Cambodians the giant freshwater lake hosts a number of floating villages. Adapting completely to the nature of the environment they live in locals spend most of their lives floating on the water. This water is their primary source of life and food in their homes. The communities living on the lake represent a combination of movable houses and permanent structures. The movable houses comprise in the floating villages – floating market primary schools, hospital, fish farm and they all can be relocated when the water levels rise or recede. The stilted villages on the other hand are constructed as permanent structures. The tall thin stilts that hold the house high enough to keep the household dry during the wet season. The exceptionally long ladders are made to reach the water when the level is low. However, the moveable houses are floating on the bamboo. The cruise trip will take approximately 1.5 hours to scroll around this small interesting village.
Tour a long the river and visit the highlight compound at the central market, Wat Damnak and spend few minutes at the Khmer center for study. The Center for Khmer Studies (CKS) promotes research teaching and public service in the social sciences, arts and humanities in Cambodia and the Mekong region.
Full details itinerary is to be printed and deliver upon arrival.Overnight in Siem Reap at selected hotel
Day 4SIEM REAP – PREAH VIHEAR
Leaving the hotel a bit early after breakfast and travel by overland on the distance of approximately 210km in about 3,5 hours drive. Your trip will included with the stop for the visit at Koh Ker.
Koh Ker was the capital of the Khmer Empire from 928 AD to 944 AD. This was the only interruption in the almost 500-year history of the Khmer Capital being at Angkor, and is one of the marvels of Cambodian monumental heritage listed on UNESCO Heritage List.
Continue your trip and check in at the hotel in Saem. Time for refreshment and market tour around in the village.Overnight at Saem
Day 5PREAH VIHEAR TO KAMPONG THOM, VISIT SAMBOR PREI KUH TEMPLES
Breakfast at the hotel,
Start your ride to Preah Vihear temple. Arrival at the foot of the mountain, change the bus to a local pickup for the drive to mountain top. Following by the visit and tour around the temple. After about 1,5 hour visit, drive down and continue the trip to kampong Thom.
Drive straight to Kampong Thom town with enroute sight-seeing. Check in at the hotel, selected for your stay.
Day 6KAMPONG THOM TO PHNOM PENH
Visit Sambor Prei Kuh temples zone, is an archaeological site of the Pre-Angkorean period. The site correspondents with Ishanapura, the capital city of the Chenla Empire whose buildings and watercourses influenced later Khmer architecture. The 186 fire-brick Hindu temples remain, showing a mix of regional architectural influences and carrying sculptures and important temple inscriptions in the Khmer language. A particular feature is its octagonal-shaped temples, the oldest of their kind in South-East Asia. Due to the smaller crowds, Sambor Prei Kuk is a more intimate experience.
Drive on the return way back by overland to Phnom Penh. The trip takes approximately 3 hours with a stop at Skun.
Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s busy capital, sits at the junction of the Mekong and Tonlé Sap rivers. It is a hub for both the Khmer Empire and French colonialists.
Dinner is included – served at local restaurant / Khmer set meu.Accommodation in Phnom Penh at selected hotel
Day 7PHNOM PENH, FULL DAY TOUR / Dinner
Follow your itinerary and your local expert escorted guide who will lead the way for the visit of the main highlights and the landmarks of Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia. First, you will visit National Museum, Royal Palace, Wat Phnom, Toul Sleng (former S21) and Cheoung Ek.
Day 8PHNOM PENH TO KAMPOT - INCLUDE SIGHT-SEEING ON THE WAY / Dinner at Kampot
Then continue your long drive from Phnom Penh to Kampot is around 155 km, it takes approximately 3 hours on the normal day. On the way, you will have some stops and encounter with some beautiful landscape in the villages. Arrival and check in at the hotel. Refreshment and dinner at a local famous grab restaurant.Overnight in Kampot at selected hotel
Day 9KAMPOT – SIHANOUK VILLE
Breakfast, in the morning tour and visit the vicinity around Kampot before leaving to Sihanouk Ville. Check in at the hotel – rest of time free at your own pace.Overnight in Sihanouk Ville at selected hotel
Day 10SIHANOUK VILLE OR choose to stay at the Island
Free time at beach or enjoy at the hotel’s pool for your own relaxation Or book the optional tour to Ream National Park.Overnight in Sihanouk Ville at selected hotel
Day 11SIHANOUK VILLE
Beach stay / relaxation.Overnight in Sihanouk Ville at selected hotel
Day 12SIHANOUK VILLE – PHNOM PENH, FLIGHT BACK HOME.
It depends on your flight departure Phnom Penh. Check out time from the hotel is last at 12:00 pm. Travel back to Phnom Penh airport takes around 3 hours by the express way.
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