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Siem Reap, Mini Tour with halfday cycling


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    It is a private tour, escort by a private guide to see some of the main highlight temples in Angkor group. Your program is designed to meet your available time in Siem Reap. Your tour will switch to different activities between the morning and afternoon, tour and cycling with your expert guide to the rural countryside and continue to Tonle Sap great lake,  take the boat ride to the floating village and climb up the hill. Let’s our team bring you all of these through the journey … !

    Tour Highlights:

    • Visit the main highlight temples in Angkor Complex
    • Boat trip to floating on Tonle Sap lake
    • Cycling to the rural and visit the green landscap
    • Inclusion:
      • Hotel accommodation in Twin/Double room with breakfast;
      • English speaking local guide for the sight-seeing and cycling;
      • Private vehicle for transfer and transportation for tour and sight-seeing;
      • All entrances’ fee on the sites;
      • Boat trip at the floating village on Tonle Sap lake;
      • Bicycles and trucks loading the bikes back;
      • Meals as indicated on the day by day program;
      • Oxcart ride 15 minutes on the way back from floating village;
      • Personalized program in details;
      • Cold bottled pure drinking water and refreshing towels during the tour;
      • Taxes.
    • Tour Exclusion:
      • Visa to Cambodia;
      • International flight tickets in/out of Cambodia;
      • Personal expenses, ie. drinks and others are not mentioned on the inclusion above.
      • Tipping
    • DAY 1
      Arrive Siem Reap, intro-tour around in town by remork (Tuk Tuk)
      Arrive at Siem Reap international Airport
      after visa processing
      then meet your local expert guide who is waiting at the exit entrance. Short briefing and transfer to the hotel.
      Take your refreshment and go on an intro-tour around the town to see how the life moving in Siem Reap. Trip takes about 1 and half hour by remork (Tuk Tuk) with your guide. Back to the hotel
      and ready for the dinner at local restaurant.
      Overnight at your hotel in Siem Reap
    • Day 2
      Visit Angkor Complex, Cycling about 12-km Road
      After breakfast
      our guide meets you at hotel and start biking to Angkor Wat
      one of the World largest Monument
      and then heading to pitching road of the Small Circuit including Kravan
      the brick temple set on the same platform. Banteay Kdei
      the flat art style Buddhist temple with several standing towers. Ta Prohm
      the overgrown one with fabulous gigantic trees stood on temple building. Ta keo
      the huge artificial mountain temple with five towers uncompleted. Next to Takeo you can also stop for taking a photo of Spean Thmar
      a ruinous stone bridge and a big waterwheel use for watering a nursery plant station. Enjoy light lunch break in the city of Angkor Thom. After lunch break
      riding to explore temples inside Angkor Thom Complex as well as Bayon Temple which consists of 54 towers
      each with four faces decorated with 216 faces of Avalokitesvara. Elephant Terrace
      Leper King Terrace
      Phimean Akas
      Royal Enclosure
      Baphoun Temples
      and then cycling to West Gate of Angkor Thom
      along the earth embankment to appear at South Gate of Angkor Thom
      on top of this earth embankment. What's a lovely landscape? You can also see sometimes the villagers catching fish in the moat
      others harvest grasses for their cattle's. The last visiting area is moving to the natural hilltop of Phnom Bakheng where you will view twilight and Angkor Wat towers. Back town by car or bus. Refreshment and go for dinner.
    • Day 3
      Tour to the Grand Circuit by Car/Bus
      your guide will be ready waiting at the hotel's lobby. Short briefing about your today itinerary and leaving to the temples. First you will visit Pre Rup
      then take a walking tour through Pradak hamlet where you can see all houses built on stilts covered by thatched roofs and behind the village with greenery of paddy fields and thousand of Palm trees used for producing sugar palms. Continue to East Mebo and Ta Som. Back town for lunch and have the relaxation at the hotel till late at 3:00 pm and start your last two temples visit at Neak Pean and Preah Khan - "one of the largest Buddhist temple built during the reign of King Jayavarman VII
      dedicated to King's farther. Temple was also used for temporary residence of king during rebuilding Angkor Thom City which is burnt down by Cham in the year 1177." Back to the hotel and have your free evening on your own pace.
    • Day 4
      Morning Cycling, Afternoon by Car/Bus
      After breakfast
      go on cycling down to Wat Atvea temple. The temple is an ancient Hindu monument built at the same time and art style of Angkor Wat. Then we're going to Phnom Krom
      by unpaved road through rural landscapes and picturesque of many hamlets where you can explore daily life of Cambodian people along either ways. Upon arrival at Phnom Krom
      leave your bikes at hillside where we can rest a little bit
      and then walk all the way up to the hilltop. On top
      we can see the brick temple (in poor state now)
      it's built in early of 10th century dedicated to Hindu trinity gods
      and another Buddhist monastery built in late period. However we also can see a spectacular view including paddy-fields
      houses on stilts around the area. If time permit
      biking to the dock checkpoint at Chong Khneas
      and enjoy a boat trip to the floating village on Tonle Sap Lake
      the “Great Lake” of Cambodia and one of the largest in Southeast Asia. Before going back to the hotel
      you will have 15 minutes experience the oxcart ride on unpaved road nearby the bank of Siem Reap River. Lunch break Afternoon
      switch to car or bus ride to Banteay Srei temple
      located in about 35 Km north of Siem Reap town Banteay Srei is well-know of its uniqueness
      it was built by pinkish sandstone. It's very delicate carvings as French historians compared as a precious stones"gem" in Khmer arts. The temple was discovered in 1914 and until 1924 that it was restored by European archeologists. More than a thousand years
      but the pinkish sandstone carvings are still well- preserved. On the way back
      take a stop at the village and visit the people making palm sugar and back town.
    • Day 5
      Prepare for Check-out and transfer to airport,
      Breakfast and transfer to airport for flight out ...
      End of Services!


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