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Kingdom Of Ancient Wonders

While Cambodia has moved forward from the horrific devastation it suffered at the hands of the Khmer Rouge, some of that recent history is still in evidence today. But, a thousand years before the Khmer Rouge there was the ancient Khmer Empire, a great civilization that ruled for centuries. It was a civilization where kings were worshipped as gods. It was a civilization that created one of the world’s most spectacular wonders – Angkor. But, though the Angkor temples are reason enough to visit Cambodia, the country has so much more to offer.

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At Southeast Asia Tours, we design tours for any number of people and any length of stay. The focus is always on your special interests and desires. Here are just a few samples of the kind of trip that we can design just for you.

Our Cambodia Sample Itineraries include sightseeing and transfers with private guide and driver. Discounts are available if you have a group of people who want to travel together. A wide range of hotel options are available. Prices are available upon request, based upon your budget and hotel preferences. These Sample Itineraries can easily be customized and expanded. Check out our Off the Beaten Path options and expanded list of Day Tours, including new excursions for 2017.

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As usual, your attention to detail in designing our trip was perfect. All the arrangements went smoothly. All pick-ups were on time, your restaurant recommendations were great and we definitely liked the hotels. The tour guides in Cambodia were knowledeable and professional. In Phnom Penh our trusted guide went above and beyond. In Siem Reap, our guide Leap Lam took us through the temples during the best light for photography purposes, and the least crowds, and showed us perspectives of the temples other tourists may overlook. Leap has a keen insight of the Cambodian culture. Overall it was memorable trip and it was good having you as our travel agent again. You’ve continued to gain our confidence. I will call you again on the next trip. Thanks again.
Remilo Delos Reyes

Angkor Temples

Ancient Angkor

ankor-wat-977693_6403 Days / 2 Nights:

Day 1 – Morning transfer from Siem Reap airport to hotel. This afternoon visit Angkor Thom including Elephant Terrace, Terrace of the Leper King and Bayon. Two nights accommodations.

Day 2 – This morning’s tour takes you to Angkor Wat, which is considered to be the largest religious building in the world and which was inspired by 12th century Hinduism. In the afternoon take a remok (tuk-tuk) tour to Ta Prohm where giant tree trunks have overgrown the temple ruins. Continue to Preah Khan “Sacred Sword” complex. (B)

Day 3 – This morning visit Lake Ton Le Sap, where you’ll take a boat ride to see floating villages. This is the largest fresh water lake in Southeast Asia. Time permitting you can also make a stop at Artisans d’Angkor, a development project that teaches crafts to young adults. Transfer to the airport. (B)

Extend your stay with additional sightseeing.

4 Days / 3 Nights:

Day 1 – Morning transfer Siem Reap airport to hotel. This afternoon’s tour takes you to Angkor Wat, which is considered to be the largest religious building in the world and which was inspired by 12th century Hinduism. you’ll stay at Angkor Wat until sunset. Three nights accommodations.

Day 2 – Full day touring the Angkor Temples. Travel by remok (tuk-tuk) to visit Angkor Thom including Elephant Terrace, Terrace of Leper King and Bayon. You’ll also visit Ta Prohm, where giant tree trunks have overgrown the temples. Continue to Angkor Wat where you’ll stay until sunset. (B)

Day 3 – Today’s touring includes Banteay Samre, a 12th century temple in the Angkor Wat style, and Banteay Srei, which many people consider to be the most beautiful of the Angkor temples. You’ll also take a boat ride on Ton Le Sap, to see the floating villages and fish farms. Continue to Les Artisans d’Angkor, a development project that teaches crafts to young adults. (B)

Day 4 – At leisure until time to transfer to the airport. (B)

Extend your stay with additional sightseeing.

Angkor Off the Beaten Path

banteay-srei-934174_640Day 1 – Early this morning you’ll take a 10 minute tethered balloon ride over the Angkor temples, for a 360 degree view of the countryside, Angkor Thom, Angkor Wat, Phnom Bakheng and Lake Ton Le Sap. You’ll then take an elephant ride from the South Gate of Angkor Thom to Bayon OR around Bayon temple. Continue to the world-class Angkor National Museum. The afternoon is at leisure. This evening attend a performance of the Circus Act at Phare Ponleu Selpak. Two nights accommodations.

Day 2 – Early this morning you’ll visit Koh Ker, one of the lost temple complexes, which was buried in the jungle and only recently discovered. You’ll visit the three groups at Koh Ker, including Prasat Thom, Beng Rahal and the ruins of the walled capital. Following a box lunch, you’ll set out for Boeng Mealea “lotus pond” temple, which is hidden in a maze of jungle. (B, L)

Day 3 – This morning you’ll take a bicycle tour to a Buddhist Pagoda in the countryside near Siem Reap. Cycle through rice paddies and local villages. Stop at the pagoda where you’ll meet the monks to receive a personal blessing. This traditional Khmer ceremony involves being sprinkled with water and lotus flowers. The ceremony cleanses bad spirits from the past and brings good luck in the coming year. Following a picnic lunch, cycle back to Siem Reap.

This extension can be added to any other arrangements in Siem Reap. Or roundtrip airport transfers can be added if you prefer not to add any other tours .

Extend your stay with additional sightseeing.

Ancient Angkor & Phnom Penh

cambodia-603401_6404 Days / 3 Nights:

Day 1 – Morning transfer from the Phnom Penh airport. This afternoon’s Phnom Penh tour includes the National Museum, the Russian Market and the Royal Palace with its Silver Pagoda. One night accommodation.

Day 2 – Morning transfer to the airport for your included flight to Siem Reap. This afternoon’s remok (tuk-tuk) tour takes you to Angkor Thom including Elephant Terrace, Terrace of Leper King and Bayon. Continue to Pre Rup, built in 961, where you’ll stay for sunset. Two nights accommodations. (B)

Day 3 – This morning’s tour takes you to Angkor Wat, which is considered to be the largest religious building in the world and which was inspired by 12th century Hinduism. In the afternoon visit Ta Prohm where giant tree trunks have overgrown the temple ruins. Continue to Preah Khan “Sacred Sword” complex. (B)

Day 4 – This morning visit Lake Ton Le Sap, where you’ll take a boat ride to see the floating villages and fish farms. Continue to Les Artisans d’Angkor, a development project that teaches crafts to young adults. Afternoon transfer to the airport. (B)

Extend your stay with additional sightseeing.

5 Days / 4 Nights:

Day 1 – Morning transfer from the Phnom Penh airport. This afternoon’s Phnom Penh tour includes the National Museum, the Russian Market and the Royal Palace with its Silver Pagoda. One night accommodation.

Day 2 – Morning transfer to the airport for your included flight to Siem Reap. This afternoon’s remok (tuk-tuk) tour takes you to Angkor Thom including Elephant Terrace, Terrace of Leper King and Bayon. Three nights accommodations. (B)

Day 3 – This morning’s tour takes you to Angkor Wat, which is considered to be the largest religious building in the world and which was inspired by 12th century Hinduism. In the afternoon take a remok (tuk-tuk) tour to Ta Prohm where giant tree trunks have overgrown the temple ruins. Continue to Preah Khan “Sacred Sword” complex. (B)

Day 4 – Today’s touring includes Banteay Samre, a 12th century temple in the Angkor Wat style, and Banteay Srei, which many people consider to be the most beautiful of the Angkor temples. You’ll also take a boat ride on Ton Le Sap, to see the floating villages and fish farms. Continue to Les Artisans d’Angkor, a development project that teaches crafts to young adults. (B)

Day 5 – At leisure until time for transfer to the airport. (B)

Extend your stay with additional sightseeing.

6 Days / 5 Nights:

Day 1 – Transfer from the airport to your hotel in Phnom Penh. Two nights accommodations.

Day 2 – This morning’s includes a cyclo ride to the National Museum, Royal Palace with its Silver Pagoda and the Russian Market. In the afernoon you’ll visit Cheung Ek (the Killing Fields memorial) and Toul Sleng Genocide Museum. (B)

Day 3 – Morning transfer to the airport for your included flight to Siem Reap. This afternoon’s remok (tuk-tuk) tour takes you to Angkor Thom including Elephant Terrace, Terrace of Leper King and Bayon. Continue to Pre Rup, built in 961, where you’ll stay for sunset. Three nights accommodations. (B)

Day 4 – This morning’s tour takes you to Angkor Wat, which is considered to be the largest religious building in the world and which was inspired by 12th century Hinduism. In the afternoon take a remok (tuk-tuk) tour to Ta Prohm where giant tree trunks have overgrown the temple ruins. Continue to Preah Khan “Sacred Sword” complex. (B)

Day 5 – Today’s touring includes Banteay Samre, a 12th century temple in the Angkor Wat style, and Banteay Srei, which many people consider to be the most beautiful of the Angkor temples. You’ll also take a boat ride on Ton Le Sap, to see the floating villages and fish farms. Continue to Les Artisans d’Angkor, a development project that teaches crafts to young adults. (B)

Day 6 – Transfer to the Siem Reap airport. (B)

Extend your stay with additional sightseeing.

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh Highlights

phnom-penh-1371236_640Day 1 – Transfer from the airport to your hotel in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. Balance of the day is at leisure. This evening you’ll take a Mekong River sunset cruise aboard a private boat. Two nights accommodations.

Day 2 – Today’s full day tour includes the National Museum, Royal Palace with its Silver Pagoda, the Russian Market, the Cheung Ek Killing Fields and Toul Sleng Genocide Museum. (B, L)

Day 3 – At leisure until time for transfer to the airport. (B

Extend your stay with additional sightseeing.

Phnom Penh & Countryside with Temples & Blessing

kompong-phluk-kompong-953344_640Day 1 – Transfer from the airport to your hotel in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. Balance of the day is at leisure. This evening you’ll take a Mekong River sunset cruise. Four nights accommodations.

Day 2 – Today’s full day tour includes the National Museum, Royal Palace with its Silver Pagoda, the Russian Market, the Killing Fields and Toul Sleng Museum. (B, L)

Day 3 – This morning’s countryside tour takes you to Ta Prohm and Yeay Peau temples located near the small lake Tonle Bati. The afternoon is at leisure. This evening attend the Plae Pakaa show at the National Museum. (B)

Day 4 – Travel to the abandoned Royal Capital of Udong to tour the hills and temple ruins. This area was also the site of the Khmer Rouge’s resistance to the Vietnamese army in 1979. At Udong, receive a personal blessing with traditional ceremony by the local monks. It is believed that the blessing cleanses bad spirits and brings good luck for the year. You’ll receive a gift from the monks of a small string for your wrist. A picnic lunch is included. (B, L)

Day 5 – At leisure until time for transfer to the airport. (B)

Extend your stay with additional sightseeing.

Off The Beaten Path

Adventure Cambodia

cambodia-250287_640Day 1 – Transfer from the Siem Reap airport to your hotel. The balance of the day is at leisure. This evening you’ll take a sunset gondola boat ride around the moat of Angkor Thom temple. (B)

Day 2 – Early this morning you’ll take a 10 minute tethered balloon ride over the Angkor temples before heading out on your quad excursion. Travel through the countryside and to remote villages via quad/all terrain vehicle. This afternoon you’ll visit Angkor Wat, where you’ll stay to see the sunset. (B)

Day 3 – Today’s full day excursion takes you off the beaten path. You’ll travel by army jeep, via back roads. You’ll pass small villages and will see beautiful views of Phnom Bok Mountain. Along the way you’ll stop at ACCB (the Angkor Centre for Conservation and Bio-diversity). At ACCB you’ll see a variety of endangered species and other wild animals that have been taken from poachers and are being rehabilitated to be returned to the wild. Continue to Kbal Spean where you’ll take a 1 to 1.5 hour hike along a jungle trail. Your destination is Kbal Spean Waterfalls, where you’ll have a picnic lunch. Return via the same trail and take a short jeep ride to Banteay Srei temple. Known as the “Woman’s Citadel,” this small red-sandstone temple is the most Indian of the Angkor temples. (B, L)

Day 4 – For this evening’s After Dark Foodie tour, you’ll travel on the back of a Vespa, to experience Cambodia’s real nightlife. You’ll visit areas that are away from the main tourist areas and will have an opportunity to taste food from local street vendors. (B, Food Tasting)

Day 5 – This morning you’ll take a two hour horseback ride in the countryside. You’ll have a chance to interact with local villagers and will also visit Wat Atchvea temple. Return to your hotel for a few hours at leisure. Depart your hotel in the mid-afternoon for your cycling excursion, starting with a visit to a Buddhist Pagoda located in the countryside of Siem Reap. You’ll cycle rice paddies, passing farmers at work, villages, remote schools and water buffalo. You’ll take rest stops at local villages. You’ll also stop at a Pagoda where you’ll meet with the monks for a very special experience: You’ll receive a personal Blessing by a couple of the monks. This traditional Khmer ceremony is performed by sprinkling water and lotus flowers over you. It is believed that the blessing ceremony cleanses bad spirits from the past and brings good luck in the coming year. Return to Siem Reap in the late afternoon/early evening. (B, Picnic L)

Day 6 -Transfer to the Siem Reap airport. (B)

4 Rivers Eco Lodge Adventure

helicopter_view_4Day 1 – Morning transfer overland from Phnom Penh to Tatai. Continue by private speedboat to the lodge. Accommodations are in a floating tent.

Day 2 – A variety of activities (at an additional charge) are offered by 4 Rivers. An optional tour to consider today is an exploration of the mangroves and jungle via a converted fishing boat. The boat is equipped with kayaks for deeper exploration into the mangroves. Visit a local Cham village where the locals see very few foreigners. Return to the lodge in the early afternoon, following a picnic lunch. (B)

Day 3 – A variety of activities (at an additional charge) are offered by 4 Rivers. An optional tour to consider today is a deep jungle trek in the Cardamom Mountains takes you along rarely used trails. You may have the opportunity to spot native wildlife. Picnic and swim at Thmo Baeng Waterfall before driving deeper into the jungle to visit the remote village of Thmo Baeng. (B)

Day 4 – Transfer by speedboat and overland drive to Phnom Penh. (B)

Also see our Southern Coast Exploration, for a combination of Tatai, beaches and colonial towns.

Kratie Extension

cambodia-1350537_640Day 1 – This morning travel overland from Phnom Penh to Kampong Cham with a stop at the Spider Skun Market. Upon arrival visit Phnom Pros and Phnom Srei Hills. Continue to Wat Nokor and Nokor Bachey Pagoda and then to Kratie. (L, D)

Day 2 – Today’s full day excursion takes you to Kampi where you’ll look for the elusive and endangered Mekong Dolphins. You’ll also make stops at Sambor village and Wat Sorsor Muoy Roi. After returning to Kratie you’ll tour the island by bicycle or horse cart. In addition, you’ll participate in a tree planting at a local Buddhist temple on the island. (B, L, D)

Day 3 – Travel overland back to Phnom Penh. (B)

Khmer Way of Life

rice-fields-603416_640Day 1 – This morning you’ll travel overland from Siem Reap, through an area of rice fields and tnrot (sugar palm) trees, to the stone carving village of Phnom Cheng Cheang, following a short detour to Prasat Banteay Torop temple. Continue to Banteay Chhmar. This monastic complex in the jungle is home to a community based tourism center where you’ll meet your guide from the local village. You’ll tour the 12th century complex with its temples and well-preserved carvings, via ox cart along small lanes. You’ll meet your host family at a local Khmer house homestay. Dinner will be on the grounds of Banteay Chhmar temple. (Picnic L, D)

Day 2 – Following a local-style breakfast at the CBT Centre, you’ll visit the Silk Centre, where young Cambodian women are trained in the art of silk weaving. Return to Siem Reap in the mid-afternoon. (B, L)

Battambang Extension

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Roundtrip from Siem Reap:

Day 1 – This morning you’ll travel overland from Siem Reap towards Banteay Meanchey province. Along the way you’ll visit Banteay Chhmar temple. Continue through an area of countryside and villages to the town of Battambang, where the balance of the day is at leisure. (L, D)

Day 2 – Today you’ll visit the 11th century Wat Banon, where you can climb the 358 stone steps for a spectacular panoramic view of the surrounding countryside. Visit Wat Ek Phnom, before returning to Battambang where you’ll tour Wat Kor village, to see the traditional Khmer houses from the 18th and 19th centuries. You’ll also visit the Prahok market and Provincial Museum, as well as the Phare Association. In the later afternoon (subject to it being operational) you’ll board the bamboo train where you’ll take an eight kilometer ride through the countryside. The bamboo train is a unique experience. (B, L, D)

Day 3 – Return to Siem Reap. (B)

Siem Reap to Phnom Penh:

Day 1 – This morning you’ll travel overland from Siem Reap to Battambang, the largest rice plantation city in Cambodia. Along the way you’ll visit local stone carvers at the Preah Net Preah Mountain hill. You’ll also make a short stop to try sticky rice cakes which are prepared using a method called “krolan”. In the afternoon you’ll visit Wat Kor village to see the traditional ancient wooden houses, before taking a ride on the bamboo train.  (L, D)

Day 2 This morning visit Wat Banon, which was built in the 11th and 12th centuries. You can climb the 358 stone steps for a spectacular panoramic view of the surrounding countryside. You’ll also stop to visit a local vineyard before continuing to Ek Phnom, a modern pagoda that sits next to the 11th century Ankorian ruin. Stops will be made at the mushroom nursery and Nehm leaf and Prohok (fish paste) market. You’ll also visit the National Museum. (B, L, D)

Day 3 Depart from Battambang via National Road No. 5, to Kampong Chhnang province, which is known for its fine clay pottery. You can stop at a local home to observe the process of making pottery. The villagers use the off-harvest season to create vases, pots and other types of ceramics. Continue your overland journey with a visit to Oudong, an ancient capital during the latter stages of the Khmer Empire. There are spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and sugar palm trees. At Oudong you’ll receive a personal monk blessing which involves having bowls of water poured over you, to cleanse the bad spirits and bring luck for the coming year. Arrive in Phnom Penh in the afternoon. (B, L)

Extend your stay with additional sightseeing.

Southern Coast Exploration

cambodia-603521_640Day 1 – This morning you’ll travel overland from Phnom Penh to the coast town of Kep, following stops at Tonle Bati, a small lake that’s home to 12th century temples, and Kampong Trach Caves, which boast small shrines and stupas. The afternoon is at leisure to enjoy the beach or explore the town and view the remains of 1960s colonial villas. (L, D)

Day 2 – Today’s boat trip takes you to the undeveloped island of Koh Tonsai. Stroll along the walking trace that circumnavigates the island. Or, just enjoy the beach. Snorkel equipment is available. Return to Kep in the mid-afternoon. (B, L)

Day 3 – Following a stop at the Kep Crab Market you’ll travel overland along the coast, passing through the former colonial town of Kampot, where you’ll stop to visit a pepper farm. Continue to the beach resort at Sihanoukville. The balance of the afternoon is at leisure. (B, L)

Day 4 – Day at leisure to enjoy the beach. (B)

Day 5 – Continue your overland excursion, headed towards the Cardamom Mountains, to Tatai. Take a short speedboat ride to the floating eco-lodge where you’ll spend the next two nights in a floating tent room, with private facilities. This evening you’ll take a sunset cruise on the Tatai River. (B)

Day 6 – Day at leisure. The eco-lodge offers a variety of adventure activities (at an additional cost). Or, simply relax on your private sundeck or swim in the river. (B)

Day 7 – Following at short boat ride you’ll travel overland back to Phnom Penh. (B)

Luxury & Adv Camping Within Angkor Temples

2DAYS / 1NIGHT

Day 1 – This morning you’ll travel to Kulen Mountain to see the ancient statue of Nirvana Buddha, the Khmer Pagoda and thousands of Shiva Linga. You’ll also visit a natural waterfall where you’ll picnic. Continue to Beng Mealea temple for an overnight stay. Camp and the the fire in your private tent. (L, D)

Day 2 – Following breakfast at your camp, return to Siem Reap. (B)

3DAYS / 2NIGHTS

Day 1 – This morning you’ll travel through the Khmer countryside to Beng Mealea temple where you’ll explore this long-abandoned 11th century temple. After a picnic lunch you’ll continue to Koh Ker, a 10th century capital in the remote north of Cambodia. While your camp is being set up you’ll visit the pyramid temple of Prasat Thom and Prasat Krahom, which is covered by jungle. Overnight camping within the temple area. (L, D)

Day 2 – Transfer to Phnom Kulen and join the pilgrim path up this sacred mountain. Swim in a waterfall before continuing to the summit where you’ll camp overnight by the pagoda. (Optional vehicle transfer is available, rather than trekking.) Camp overnight on the mountain. (B, L, D)

Day 3 – Early morning exploration of Srah Dumrei, in the deep jungle. Continue via vehicle and trekking to Kbal Spean, the sculptured river of “thousand lingas.” Continue to Banteay Srei before returning to Siem Reap. Your day ends with a one hour reflexology massage at at local spa. (B, L)

4DAYS / 3NIGHTS

Day 1 – This morning you’ll travel to Kulen Mountain to see the ancient statue of Nirvana Buddha, the Khmer Pagoda and thousands of Shiva Linga. You’ll also visit a natural waterfall where you’ll picnic. Continue to Sras Domrei (Elephant pond) where you’ll camp around the fire. (L, D)

Day 2 – Travel to Beng Mealea temple where you’ll explore this long-abandoned 11th century temple. After a picnic lunch you’ll continue to Koh Ker, a 10th century capital in the remote north of Cambodia, where you’ll explore the local temples. Camp in the Kor Ke area. (B, L, D)

Day 3 – Today you’ll visit Preah Khan Kampong Svay, in the Kampong Thom province. After visiting the Khmer village you’ll camp near the temple. (B, L, D)

Day 4 – Today you’ll visit the ancient temple Prey Kuk. Following lunch at Kampong Thom you’ll return to Siem Reap. (B, L)

Cambodia Beaches

Song Saa Private Island

cambodia-603506_640Day 1 – Transfer overland from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville, with a stop to see the dozens of spirit houses lining the road at Pich Nil. Upon arrival at the pier, you’ll transfer to the speedboat to Song Saa Private Island. Three nights accommodations. (D)

Day 2 – At leisure to enjoy the beach. (B, L, D)

Day 3 – At leisure to enjoy the beach. (B, L, D)

Day 4 – Transfer overland to Phnom Penh. (B)

Song Saa Private Island prices include all meals including snacks, beverages including wine, beer, house spirits and mini-bar restocked daily, in-villa dining, daily laundry, use of kayaks, sailing boats and snorkel gear, high speed internet, taxes, service charges and roundtrip speedboat transfers from Sihanoukville to Song Saa Private Island. We’ve also included private overland transfers from Phnom Penh.

Two-bedroom villas are also available. Song Saa Island accommodations are available for any number of nights.

Sihanoukville Beach Extension

cambodia-603504_640Day 1 – Transfer overland from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville, with a stop to see the dozens of spirit houses lining the road at Pich Nil. Three nights accommodations.

Day 2 – At leisure to enjoy the beach. (B)

Day 3 – At leisure to enjoy the beach. (B)

Day 4 – Transfer to Phnom Penh. (B)

Day Tours

Day Tours From Siem Reap

Add any of these excursions to your itinerary:

  • Hiking & Jeep Adventure to Kbal Spean and Banteay Srei including waterfalls and ACCB endangered species rehabilitation.
  • Helicopter Scenic Flight.
  • Sunset Gondola Cruise at the Temples.
  • Vespa Countryside tour.
  • Vespa After Dark Foodie tour.
  • Local Market tour & Spa treatment.
  • Angkor Bicycling.
  • Jeep tour to Rolous Group of Temples.
  • Adventure tour with via Quad ATVs.
  • Horse Riding in the Countryside.
  • High Tea at FCC restaurant.
  • Dinner with show at a local restaurant or at Raffles Grand d’Angkor or at Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra.
  • Elephant ride from the South Gate of Angkor Thom to Bayon or around Bayon.
  • Tethered or untethered (untethered is subject to frequent cancellation) balloon ride.
  • Local market tour & spa treatment.
  • Circus Act at Phare Ponleu Selpak. The show originated at the Site 2 Refugee Camp, on the Thai Border. The artistic association that presents this show aims to support community development and provide social and educational assistance to street kids, orphans and families in high-risk situations.
  • Monk blessing and Buddhist Pagoda tour by bicycle.
  • Les Artisans d’Angkor Craft College and Puok silk farm.
  • Full day Angkor cycling tour to Ta Prohm, Bayon and Angkor Wat.
  • Market visit and cooking class at a local restaurant.
  • Tour of the Angkor National Museum.

Day Tours From Phnom Penh

Add any of these excursions to your itinerary:

  • Khmer traditional dance at the National Museum.
  • Mekong River sunset cruise with private boat.
  • Sunset cruise on Tonle Sap River.
  • Historical & cultural tour by Remok.
  • Full day visit & biking on Koh Dach Island (aka Silk Island).
  • High Tea at FCC restaurant or Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra.
  • Dinner at Malis restaurant.
  • Plae Pakaa evening show at the National Museum.
  • Heritage and architecture tour via cyclo.
  • Half day countryside tour to Udong or full day countryside tour to Udong including a monk blessing.
  • Half day countryside tour to Tonle Bati and Ta Prohm.
  • Full day countryside tour to Phnom Chisor and Tonle Bati.

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Prices include meals as indicated (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner). Prices quoted are per person, based on double occupancy. Prices are approximate and are subject to change/availability at the time of confirmation. Prices are subject to holiday/high season surcharges including possible compulsory Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve gala dinners. Prices are subject to currency fluctuation. Packages that include flights are subject to airfare changes. In most cases, the prices listed above are based on minimum category hotel rooms unless otherwise specified. Prices in particular accommodation categories may vary greatly, depending upon the dates of travel and choice of hotel. Prices are based upon a cash discount. A visa is required to enter Cambodia. Visa fees are not included in the above prices.