• Family
  • 10 days 9 nights
  • 3
  • 4


(Arrival in Phnom Penh/ Departure from Siem Reap)
Visits: Phnom Penh, Battambang, Siem Reap & Ton Le Sap Lake

This tour offers multiple activities that are suitable your family's joy, with children from 6 to 18 such as a cycling tour in Mekong Island and Battambang, or the very exciting Treasure Hunt Game in Angkor Park to get to know clearer about the temple’s history and structure; as well as special set up for private picnic lunch and soothing foot massage under trees at a remote temple. It’s worth spending 10 days to have fun and happiness among all members of your family through most famous destinations of Cambodia.

Departure: Daily

Tour Highlights:

 - An Adventurous Treasure Hunt through the Temples of Angkor - Siem Reap

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

 - Explore the mysterious Ta Prohm - Siem Reap

 - Visit a floating village of the Tonle Sap Lake - Siem Reap

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

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

 - Battambang

 - Kampong Chhnang

 - Phnom Penh

 - Siem Reap

  • Day 1 - Phnom Penh arrival

    Upon your arrival at Phnom Penh Airport, you will be welcome and transferred by our guide to the city for hotel check in. From 1.30pm onward room is at your disposal. You’re free at your leisure for the rest of day. Go out and find some excellent local foods for your own meals. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 2 - Phnom Penh Sightseeing (B)

    Spend your whole day for the country’s history. Your exciting story of the capital city starts with a visit to the National Museum. Offically inaugurated in 1920, the museum offers an excellent example of Khmer architecture. Explore its development of culture through an fantastic range of sculptures coming forth from all different periods of Cambodian history. This will be an unforgettable introduction to Angkor. Then take a visit 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.

    After lunch on your own, begin your afternoon trip by visiting the Killing Fields, locally called ‘Choeng Ek’. Lying 15km away from Phnom Penh, this is where many many victims of Khmer Rouge communist regime were killed and buried when Democratic Kampuchea ruled the country from 1975 to 1979.

    Transfer back to 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. Upon arrival back to Phnom Penh you are free for the evening time. Meals on your own. 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 3 - Phnom Penh Cycling (B,L)

    In the morning, board a local boat to take a cruise of 1.5 hour towards the small island of Koh Dach to discover the real Cambodia. Perching on the Mekong and completely isolated from Phnom Penh, you will have a firsthand experience of the art of handmade silk weaving, creating very quality products of silk, which makes Koh Dach famous throughout the country. The best way to explore the island is to take a bike ride. Once arrive at Koh Dach, choose yourself a bike and start riding on small paths through lush countryside to meet the weavers and other locals. The clatter of loom will follow you along the trail. Take a lunch break of the tour, prepared by a Khmer family. Continue our trip on the other side of the island. Hop on the boat again in the afternoon to return to Phnom Penh (1h30 cruising). Take a walk around the Russian market, built of a alluring colonial architectural style in 1937, to wrap up your day. Explore the unique culinary world of the capital city for your own dinner. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 4 - Phnom Penh – Kompong Chhnang – Battambang (B,L)

    In the morning, we drive to Battambang via a beautiful path through magnificent countryside scenery of many traditional wooden stilt houses and rice fields dotted by large sugar palms. After two hours driving, you will reach the provincial town of  Kompong Chhnang. Walking through traditional potting villages, you will observe how local artisans make braziers for household cooking along with many other belongings and decorative pieces for the home. You have about 1 hour for that action, before move to Kompong Luong village where you will sail on a traditional boat around the lake to see the real community life of this floating village and all its unique characteristics. Lunch is served at the local restaurant. At the end of the day, arrive in Battambang and check into your hotel. Enjoy dinner on your own. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 5 - Battambang Sightseeing (B)

    Always be responsible to the environment when travel to any region. Here, we offer you a unique way to explore the real Cambodia – taking an off the beaten track cycling tour along Battambang, by which you will experience the local villager’s lifestyle in the hinterland of Cambodia. Riding along a small stream, you will see local workshops, rice paddies, typical houses having stayed there for generations and much more. You will also have the opportunity to experience to be a real local upon joining in local’s daily activities such as : preparing sticky rice, the custom knife making, preparing “Prahok” – the traditional fish paste. And the local children will also give you a memorable experience when they wave along the ride and keep saying 'hello' with very friendly attitude.

    In the afternoon, take a local tuk-tuk tour to explore the captivating Battambang town, beginning by riding along the river to have a view of the graceful colonial French-houses. Then visit the provincial museum before exploring the superb temple of Prasat Banon. Dating back to 12-13th century, this temple towers the peak of the hill you have just climbed up. This point offers you an amazing scenery of village countryside with the plains and pagodas. In the evening, enjoy Circus Art performance at Phare Ponleu Selpak –“the brightness of art” school – a non-governmental organization in purpose of supporting community development through activities of providing educative, social and cultural services to children and their families. Meals on your own. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 6 - Battambang – Siem Reap - Angkor National Museum (B,L)

    Departure for Siem Reap through very ‘Cambodian’ scenery of countryside with traditional wooden houses and rice fields. We will pass through Sisophon in the Banteay Meanchey province, 68km from Battambang. Drive about 100km more and then we each Angkor (Note: some part of the road is in worse condition). En route you will see silk weavers and stone sculptors. At a silk farm (15km away from Siem Reap), you will observe directly all the steps of making silk in the traditional way from the very first step of raising silkworms, then taking their blend to weave the silk and finally dye it. Upon arrival at Siem Reap at around 1.00pm, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Spend your afternoon to visit Angkor National Museum – a profound cultural landmark in Siem Reap. Have your own dinner. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 7 - Treasure Hunt Game in Angkor Park (B,L)

    Discover the amazing temples of Angkor and also the Cambodian countryside by the funniest way – the treasure hunt game. Passing through green rice fields, deep jungles and some of the most astonishing ruins you have ever seen, the journey will offer you an interesting discovery of the ancient Khmer temples . There are clues hidden in different places in the Angkor area temples. On account of the treasure hunter's book and the tuk-tuk as vehicle, the task for the teams is to find those clues. Through questions or games or contacting with the locals on your own, you will have the only way to find the clues – keys of the secret treasure of Angkor. You will meet your guide in some places, waiting the teams for the visit. Everybody joins in 2 different small groups following different tracks and that will create the competing attitude. The one to find the treasure sooner will be the winner! Awards for the winner and also for other team’s dedication will be presented. A delicious lunch will be served at a remote, untouched temple. Enjoy your relaxation under the trees before continue our trip with afternoon activities. You are free in the evening to do whatever you want and have your own dinner. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 8 - Angkor Park Exploring (B,L)

    In the evening, try the feeling to the the first explorer as go deep to the jungle towards the Bang Melea Temple, remote temples of Angkor Park, erected in the middle of the twelfth century during the reign of Suryavarman II, far from the bustling Angkor Wat. Beng Mealea particularly adapts to the meditation and reverie, inhabited by celestial dancers (Apsaras). The tree roots have gently wrapped this temple and create an astonishing symbiotic relationship between mineral and  vegetable.
    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. Some amazingly well conserved sculptured lintels are still housed here. In 1923, Andre Malraux returned the Apsara heads that he had removed before and since then they’ve become famous. Upon arrival back at the hotel, you are free for the rest of day. Meals on your own. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 9 - Tonle Sap Lake (B)

    After breakfast, departure for Kompong Khleang (40km away from Siem Reap) completely by passed by mass tourism to enjoy lovely villages with peaceful atmosphere. Locals here only live on stilt houses, which provides you an unique natural environment and breathtaking views of rice fields, floodplains and water far away to the horizon. Meet up with lovely children and hospitable locals while wandering along the village. Then, hop on a boat and cruise along the canals towards a large lake populated by Vietnamese people. Because of the seasons, those poor but friendly people are displaced from their homes. Enjoy your afternoon when arrive back in Siem Reap. Find some lovely local foods for your own meals. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 10 - Siem Reap Departure (B)

    Take your last time here to relax at hotel's pool or stroll around Old Centre Market for shopping before transferring to airport for your onward flight. Room is at your disposal before noontime only. Meals on your own. Our services end here.

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 as mentioned


• Meals and drinks are not mentioned in the program.

• International flight tickets and airport taxes.

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

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


  • Family
  • 10 days 9 nights
  • 3
  • 4
From: 823$

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