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(Arrival in SIem Reap/ Departure from Phnom Penh)

Visits: Siem Reap, Sihanoukville, Kampot, Kep, & Phnom Penh.

Beside historic and cultural aspects, breathtaking tropical beaches and precious islands are also factors to help Cambodia attract tourists. From Siem Reap with the marvelous ruins of Angkor, continue our journey to the South West Coast of Sihanoukville to enjoy beaches and cruise off the coast to beautiful remote islands; afterwards explore the charm and peace of Kampot and then Kep with excellent natural benefits. Wrap up a great trip with spectacular sightseeings of the capital Phnom Penh.

Departure: Daily

Tour Highlights:

 - Escape to Koh Tonsay (Rabbit Island) (FIT, GIT) - 1 day - Kep

 - Explore the “Great City” (Angkor Thom) - Siem Reap

 - Explore the mysterious Ta Prohm - Siem Reap

 - Visit one of the jewels of Khmer art (Banteay Srei) - Siem Reap

 - Visit the Roluos group of temples - Siem Reap

 - Visit the symbol of Cambodia (Angkor Wat) - Siem Reap

 - Kampot

 - Kep

 - Phnom Penh

 - Siem Reap

 - Sihanoukville

  • Day 1 - Siem Reap arrival - Rolous Temple

    You will be greeted at the airport and transferred to the city for hotel check in. From 1.30pm onward room is at your disposal. After lunch and your relaxtion, transfer about 30 minutes to discover the Roluos group of temples – one of the most ancient sites of the region. At the begining, pay visits to the impressive Bakong Temple, dating back to 9th century. Keep following your guide to Preah Ko and Lolei (today it is a small monastery). This trip provides you adequate knowledges about the structure of the Khmer City. How great an introduction to Angkor! Afterwards, take a cycling tour around Bakong and the surrounding countryside. Finish your day trip upon arrival at your hotel. Have your own pleasant meals. Spend your night at the hotel.

    Note: For organizing your Angkor entry tickets, it's necessary to spend a while to take a free-of-charge photo right on site.

    Advice: Angkor visitors should  wear a hat and good comfortable shoes .


  • Day 2 - Angkor Wat - Banteay Sreay - Ta Prohm (B)

    Our guide will wait for you at your hotel reception to transfer you to the very famous world heritage site of Angkor Wat. Built up in the 12th century (1112-1152) in honour of Vishnu, with incredible bas reliefs and soaring towers, Angkor Wat is known as one of the most amazing monuments made by mankind in the world. After lunch, continue our trip towards Banteay Srei – a charming small pink temple. Dating back to 10th century and still known as the Citadel of Women, this temple owns a most impressive jewel of Khmer art. In 1923, Andre Malraux returned the Apsara heads that he had removed before and since then they’ve become famous. On the way back, finish your day by discovering splendid sculptured Devatas and immerse in the unique atmosphere in the ancient Ta Prohm Monastery. This site has a nickname of "Jungle Temple", because of its immense branches having taken root in the stones. The atmosphere completely befits this temple and those built during the reign of Jayavarman VII in general. You’re free in the evening and take this chance to find some excellent local foods for your own dinner. Spend your night at the hotel.


  • Day 3 - Preah Khan - Neak Pean - Thommanon - Chau Say Tevoda - Angkor Thom (B)

    This morning we head to Preah Khan Temple, located in the northern end of Angkor. Dating back to 1191, this temple is built up by Jayavarman VII in honour of his father, for the purposes of being both a city and a place for Buddhism studies. Neak Pean, erected in the same era, also known as Entwined Nagas, is the only island temple of Angkor. Four smaller basins, presenting the image of the four great rivers flowing from the earth’s four cardinal points, link and meet together at the large central basin. Angkor will be still many things to explore as we go further south. Built up from the 12th century and during the reign of Suryavarman II, the two spectacular temples of Thommanon and Chau Say Tevoda will be our next interesting destinations to visit. They are prominent for their very beautiful sculptured images honouring Shiva and Vishnu.

    After lunch (your expense)  and relaxation, continue our trip by visiting the Great City of Angkor Thom.  Your afternoon begins with the south gate and the famous Bayon temple. Dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries, the Bayon is dedicated to Buddhism and composed of 216 smiling faces of Avalokitesvara on 54 gigantic towers. Afterwards, pay visits to the Terrace of the Elephants. With 350 meters in length, it was served as a base for the king’s grand audience hall and used as a gigantic reviewing stand in occasion of public ceremonies. Then come explore the Terrace of Leper King, dating back the 12th century, on which many beautiful Apsaras was sculptured. All meals of day are on your own. Night at the hotel.


  • Day 4 - Siem Reap - Sihanoukville (B)

    Take your last time in Siem Reap to explore crowded Pub Street or go shopping in Old Central Market before we transfer to airport for the flight to Sihanoukville. A local driver will be happy to pick you up at the airport and transfer to your hotel for check in. You’re free for the balance of day to explore the town and enjoy the beach. Find some fresh seafoods here for your own meals. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 5 - A day cruise to Koh Rung Samloem Island (B,L)

    Starting at Victory beach,  hop on a wooden boat for your non-private cruise. Since  in 2011, the Bay of Cambodia has joined the most beautiful bays in the world. There are dozen of isolated islands perching in this bay. Koh Rong Samlem is one of the most beautiful islands, really a paradise with its breathtaking spotless long line white sandy beach. Many other uninhabited islands will be passed by along our cruise. Take a snorkeling tour to discover the well preserved rich marine life in the best way. Enjoy lunch onboard. At around 16.30pm, cruise back to the pier and have a free evening. Dinner on your own. Overnight at the hotel.

    Remark: The boat cruise is shared with other visitors.


  • Day 6 - Sihanoukville Free Day (B)

    The whole day is free at your leisure to do whatever you want on your own pace. Meals on your own. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 7 - Sihanoukville - Kampot (B)

    This morning meet your local guide again and drive about 2 hours to a small city of Kampot, situated along the river bank and having many French-colonial buildings. he province's terrain is a mixture of hilly and plain area, covering with salt field, rice fields and other rural plantations as mangosteen, pepper, rambutan, durian,…  Upon arrival at the charming town of Kampot, take a cycling tour to explore the luxuriant countryside nearby Kampot city (around 12-15km riding). Since the French protectorate, Kampot pepper has become famous and is now one of the most expensive spices in the world. Spend your afternoon to observe the one and only processor of the raw products with the farmers, upon our visit to a pepper plantation. Take this great opportunity to learn about the different steps to get Kampot pepper. Meals on your own. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 8 - Surrounding of Kampot - Kep (B)

    Spend your morning time to cruise upstream the Kampong Bay River of Kampot to enjoy its captivated beauty. Try a brand new experience of riding ox cart (about 30 minutes). Then take a cycling tour as well as strolling in the rural area. Enjoy beautiful landscapes and discover the local life all along the river, changing upon every seasons, in a very peaceful way. Have lunch in picnic style. In the late afternoon, drive about 30 minutes (25km) to Kep - a close peaceful town for overnight. Dinner on your own.


  • Day 9 - A day cruise to Rabbit Island (B,L)

    After breakfast, sail to Rabbit Island on a speed boat. Perching isolatedly off Cambodia’s coast (just 5km of the Kep coast), Rabbit Island is really a precious gem for relaxing, but still hasn't been developed yet. Here you can spend time to lazily lay on the beach or do some swimming. Lunch is prepared with a special packed set. In the late afternoon, hop on the speed boat again to return to your hotel. Dinner on your own. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 10 - Kep - Phnom Penh Sightseeing (B)

    In the morning, drive about 3.5 hours towards (170 km) Phnom Penh via a beautiful road. Stops includes beautiful locations to take pictures and a local weaving village near Chisor where you can enjoy rural sights and experience the villager’s weaving techniques. At around noon you will arrive at Phnom Penh for hotel check in.

    In the afternoon, take a discovery of the recent capital city of Phnom Penh, located right at the confluence of the four arms of the Mekong.

    Pay visits to Royal Palace, built up by King Norodom  in 1866. So many different structures are grouped together just in the space of the palace, creating an extraordinary collection of Khmer art. One of the highlights is Silver Pagoda, with remarkable works including a 90-kilogram golden Buddha encrusted with 9584 diamonds, Baccarat crystal conceived in the 17th century and a Buddha featuring emeralds.Have your own meals. Overnight at the hotel.

    + When we visit the Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda our guides are unauthorized to lead, so guides on site will be the ones to do .

    + In case the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda are closed without notice (only sometimes for official ceremonies), we will rearrange the visit with another if possible


  • Day 11 - Phnom Penh Sightseeing - Departure (B)

    After breakfast, travel towards the south of the city and visit the Tuol Sleng genocide museum, you will have the closest and most authentic look of the Khmer Rouge regime - the darkest and forgettable period of Cambodia’s history. Then visit a former secondary school, which was transformed into a detention centre under the Khmer Rouge. Behind the gates with the famous name ‘S21’, thousands of residents and soldiers were detained, tortured and wasted their life here. Continue your history trip by visiting the Killing Fields, locally called ‘Choeng Ek’, 15km from Phnom Penh, where victims of Tuol Sleng were buried.

    Transfer back to Phnom Penh and take a stroll amongst the Russian Markets (Tuol Tumpoung in Cambodian – closed on public holidays). There are souvenirs such as home wares, jewels, fabrics, jewellery, and handicrafts,.. and the diverdity of foods among many other items, that you can try bargaining when wandering along the stands. Have your own meals. Overnight at the hotel.

The price includes   The price excludes

• Accommodation in the category chosen or similar (subject to availability).

• Meals as mentioned in the program. B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner.

• All local boat rentals and cycling as mentioned in the program.

• Transfer from and to the airports by private vehicle with A/C. Transportation by private vehicle with A/C.

• All entrance fees and sightseeing as mentioned in the program.

• Local English speaking guides in Cambodia


• Meals and drinks are not mentioned in the program.

• International flight tickets and airport taxes. All internal flight tickets in economy class with airport tax (Siem Reap - Sihanoukville).

• Visa fee upon arrival in Cambodia (30 USD/ pax).

• Tips & personal expenses. Personal insurance. Any service not clearly mentioned in the program.


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