Our 13 day tour has been designed to give you an in-depth look at Cambodia, its people, historical sites and rustic countryside. We wend our way past beautiful rustic scenery, stopping at several kampongs (villages) on our journey to Siem Reap to meet some of the locals and interact with them. Pushing on to Siem Reap to discover and explore the incredible Temples of Angkor and their surrounds. Discover other ancient temples and numerous wonderful sites, before embarking on a cruise to Battambang. Visit Royal Oudong, built in the 17century, and a potter’s village before returning to Phnom Penh and embarking on a guided city tour.

Day 1: Bangkok


Arrive at any time 


Day 2: Bangkok – Battambang 


Start your journey from the heart of Thailand to colonial Battambang by bus

 

 

 


Day 3: Battambang – Siem Reap 


  • Depart to Khmer Empire and prepare to explore the fantastic Angkor Wat complex
  • Spend the morning on an optional motorcycle tour of the countryside
  • Visiting temples, local cottage industries and the unique Bamboo train
  • Hands – on a cooking class then enjoying the rusults with a leisurely lunch. 
  • Head off to Siem Reap

 


Day 4: Siem Reap 


  • Explor the walled city of Angkor Thom, 10sq km in size
  • Discover and explore the massive Angkor Wat complex, built in the first half of the twelfth century, and dedicated to the Hindu God Vishnu
  • Attend to Apsara dance Show with dinner in the evening

 

 


Day 5: Siem Reap – Banteay Srei – Banteay Samre – 3 temples


  • Drive to the Temples of Angkor is Bateay Srei, a Hindu temple dating back to the 10th century
  • Visit Banteay Samre, a Hindu temple dedicated in the 12th century to Vihnou Shiva
  • Visit three Buddhist sites: 
  • Ta Som, east of NeakPean, restored by the WMF, back to its former glory. These three temples were built by King Jayavarman VII and illustrate the pre-eminence of Mahayana Buddhism during his reign
  • The small temple of Neak Pean, a small temple built in the late 12th century
  • The monastery of Preah Khan (“Sacred Sword”), one of the largest complexes at Angkor, with its maze of vaulted corridors and fine carvings
  • Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap


Day 6: Siem Reap – Kampong Cham


  • Travel to Kampong Cham and visit the ancient Angkorian structure of the “Naga Bridge” of Jayavarman VII, a silk farm, and rubber tree plantations before an included local dinner experience.
  • Bike and cruise along the river to explore the countryside and meet friendly locals or visit the 11th century Vat Nokor temple
  • Enjoy an included local dinner to sample more of this delicious cuisine

 


Day 7: Kampong Cham –Kratie


  • Discover this lively riverside town, set on the banks of the Mekong River, close to the border with Vietnam
  • Visit the Vihear Kork pagoda, and Wat Phnom Sambok and admire the Buddhist monastery
  • Continue on to Prek Kampi on the Mekong River
  • Cross the Mekong in a small boat
  • See the rare and protected Irrawaddy dolphins, the only freshwater dolphins known to mankind
  • Overnight at a hotel in Kratie


Day 8: Kratie – Phnom Penh 


  • Travel to Phnom Penh 
  • Hop on a city cyclo tour: Settle in a traditional cyclo and depart from Wat Phnom. Tour busy streets to soak up the real vibe of the city. Pass the post office, a stunning colonial building and make your way to the Royal Palace and National Museum. Go along the riverside road and take in the atmospheric cafes that line the street.
  • Explore some interesting place that caught your eye on the cyclo tour on your own at free time 

 


Day 9: Phnom Penh


  • Visit the National Museum of Fine Arts which shows a collection of Pre-Angkorian and Angkorian sculptures
  • Discover the Royal Palace, resplendent in traditional Khmer Architecture
  • See the Silver Pagoda and its magnificent Emerald Buddha, God inlaid with diamonds
  • Explore Wat Phnom, the oldest of the city and is the origin of the name of the Cambodian capital, and the statue of the Madam Penh
  • Visit the Museum of Genocidal Crime
  • The camp Choenig Ek Killing Field, outside Phnom Penh, the last resting place of many Cambodian people, these killings committed by the brutal Khmer Rouge
  • Overnight in Phnom Penh

Day 10: Phnom Penh - Kampot


  • Transfer to Kampot – home of Bokor National Park, by private car
  • Visit the Rabbit Island or spend some time at the beachside town of Kep, known for its fresh crabs.
  • Visiting a cave, a pepper platation or a fish farm
  • Take a cyclo tour to a waterfall or enjoy a sunset cruise 

 

 

Day 11: Kampot – Sihanoukville     


  • Travel to Sihanoukville and feast on fantastic local seafood
  • Take a day trip to snorkel the coral feefs and explore the islands or just sit back in a deck chair and let warm breeze caress you as the waves splash gently at your feet

 

 

Day 12: Sihanoukville


  • Enjoy a free day in Sihanoukville
  • Option: take a full-day boat and snorkeling trip around the islands or just sit back and relax on the beach

 

 


Day 13: Sihanoukville – Phnom Penh


  • Breakfast at hotel and you will be free at leisure until 12:00. Check-out from hotel and transfer to Phnom Penh
  • Tour ends

Contact us

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Tel: + 84 4 37 15 30 12
Hotline: +84 983 033 966

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