Embark on an unforgettable journey through Cambodia’s rich history, culture, and natural beauty with our exclusive tour package.
Discover the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, sail the tranquil waters of Tonle Sap Lake, and experience the charm of Phnom Penh, the capital city.
With our expert guide, you’ll immerse yourself in the local culture and witness stunning landscapes along the way.
Come and explore the best of Cambodia!
“Siem Reap also has a lively nightlife, with a range of bars, pubs, and nightclubs to suit all tastes. Pub Street is a popular destination for travelers, with its street vendors, live music, and vibrant atmosphere. “
Angkor Wat: Siem Reap is home to Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world, and a symbol of Cambodia’s rich cultural heritage.
Floating Villages: The surrounding area of Siem Reap is home to floating villages on the Tonle Sap lake, where communities live and work on houseboats.
Art and Culture: Siem Reap is a hub of art and culture, with a range of galleries, museums, and performance venues showcasing the best of Cambodian culture.
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A short walk along the road in front of the King’s Residence to see the Main Shrine, where the local people usually worship.
Visit Artisans D’Angkor where young Cambodians are trained to learn how to do the carving.
Go see the city’s lively open market, Psar Chars also called the “Old Market”, where anything and everything is for sale!
Overnight at a hotel in Siem Reap
Visit Angkor Wat – the temple complex covers 81 hectares and is comparable in size to the Imperial Palace in Beijing
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Late afternoon, you will enjoy a Remork ride (Tuktuk) around the city
Overnight at a hotel in Siem Reap
In the morning we will take a one-hour cruise on Tonle Sap Lake, one of the world’s ecological wonders, to discover fishermen’s lake life.
If time permits, we will visit the “School of Artisans” of Angkor, with wood and stone carvers and the picturesque local market.
We take a private vehicle to the capital city of Cambodia – Phnom Penh. On the way, we will have a chance to visit the ancient Naga Bridge. We also see the stone carving workshop at Santuk district as well as a quick visit to the spider market
Overnight at a hotel in Phnom Penh
Visit the Toul Sleng Prison Museum and the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek-both grim reminders of Cambodia’s bloody past under Pol Pot.
It is almost inconceivable to confront the nature of true evil here in this gentle land, but the Buddhist memorial at Choeung Ek commemorates the 1.7 million victims of the 1975-79 Pol Pot regime.
This excursion may prove distressing for some. It is, however, an important piece of this country’s historical and cultural puzzle.
The rest of the day is on your personal options. Free time at your own leisure till departure transfer to the airport.
The best time to visit Phnom Penh is during the dry season, which runs from November to March. During this time, the weather is cooler and there is less rainfall, making it a more comfortable time to explore the city.
The must-visit attractions in Siem Reap include Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm, Banteay Srei, and the floating village on Tonle Sap Lake.
Some of the must-visit attractions in Phnom Penh include the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, National Museum, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, and Central Market.
The best time to visit Siem Reap is from November to March, as this is the dry season with cooler temperatures.
Visitors to temples and other religious sites in Phnom Penh should dress modestly, with their shoulders and knees covered. It is also customary to remove shoes before entering some religious sites.
While it is possible to visit the temples on your own, it is highly recommended to hire a guide to fully understand the history and significance of each site.
Yes, US dollars are widely accepted in Cambodia, along with the local currency, the Cambodian riel.
Yes, the floating village can be visited year-round, but the experience may be different during the rainy season when the water levels are higher.
Phnom Penh offers a wide range of Cambodian and international cuisine, including street food, traditional Khmer dishes, and Western-style restaurants.
Yes, most visitors to Cambodia require a visa, which can be obtained online or upon arrival at the airport.
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