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Cambodia’s biggest draw is undoubtedly Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world.
This journey is great for those who have limited time but wish to get a glimpse of the wonderful world heritage site. Visit the ruins of the imperial capital that ruled an empire for several centuries and was once the center of power and influence across mainland Southeast Asia. In its day this ancient city extended over 400 kilometers, which makes it the largest pre-industrial city in history!

4 Days, 3 Nights: Siem Reap

TRIP OVERVIEW (*UNESCO World Heritage Sites)

 ✦ Customizable Private Tour 
  • National Angkor Museum
  • Angkor Archaeological Park*
  • Angkor Wat
  • Angkor Thom
  • Bayon Temple
  • Bapoun Temple
  • Terrace of the Elephants
  • Terrace of the Leper King
  • Sunset View at Phnom Bakheng Temple
  • Banteay Srei Temple
  • Citadel of Women
  • Srah Srang (Royal Bath)
  • Prasat Kravan Temple
  • Ruins of Ta Prohm
  • Tonle Sap Lake Floating Village & Boat Ride
  • Artisans d’Angkor
  • Siem Reap Market


Ancient stone faces of king Bayon, Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia


The Khmer Empire was the largest empire of Southeast Asia and flourished between the 9th and 15th century. The ultimate expression of Khmer genius is found in a UNESCO World Heritage Site called the Angkor Wat, and is matched by only a few select spots in the world such as Machu Picchu or Petra.


Siam Reap city has been influenced by the Khmer, Siam (Thailand) and the French. It is the gateway to the temples of Angkor and pampers tourists with hip hotels, sumptuous spas and great shopping, making a great base for travel adventure.

Khmer Fish Amok Curry
Khmer cuisine has much in common with Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, with plenty of sugar and coconut but with less chilli. Furthermore, Cambodian food has also been influenced by the Chinese (noodles) and the French (baguettes, pate & coffee).


Cambodia’s cuisine is all about the contrasts — sweet and bitter, salty and sour, fresh and cooked. Fish Amok is a classic Khmer dish that is a must-try when you get here! It’s usually steamed and served on a banana leaf with a little coconut cream on top. Yum!


    Siem Reap | Arrival

    Welcome to Cambodia. Siem Reap is a tourist friendly town that still retains its original small-town colonial charm. Upon arrival into Siem Reap, you'll be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to explore.

    It is a popular resort town and a gateway to the Angkor region.


    The Temples of Angkor

    Today, we see an astonishing profusion of ancient monuments in both size and number. Not to mention the intricate artistry of an idealized representation of the Hindu cosmos carved in stone.
    Visit the National Angkor Museum for an introduction to the story of Angkor and the Khmer empire before exploring the famed temples. Visit Angkor Wat, this iconic temple complex is considered the heart of Cambodia. It is crowned with five soaring towers and embellished with intricate sculptures and cravings. Continue to “Great City” of Angkor Thom with 54 towers, each decorated with 4 huge mysterious smiling faces. Let’s wonder through the extensive grounds including grand Bayon Temple, the South Gate, Bapoun, the Terrace of the Elephant and the Leper King. Hike up Phnom Bakheng Temple complex for a spectacular sunset view of Angkor Wat.
    • Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

    Built in the 12th century, it is dominated by five majestic corncob towers.

    Demons at the south gate of the 'Great City' of Angkor Thom.

    These statues got their name being reminiscent of a person with leprosy. 


    Siem Reap | Banteay Srei Temple, Ta Prohm, Floating Village

    After breakfast, start out for the countryside to Banteay Srei before the crowds arrive. This 10th-century rose-pink sandstone temple is probably the best-preserved and elaborately decorated monument of the entire Angkor complex. With fewer tourists around, there is ample opportunity to enjoy the intricate bas reliefs up close and in the soft early morning light.
    Followed by the Citadel of Women, the royal bathing place of Srah Srang, and the unique brick sculptures in Prasat Kravan. Visit the jungle-smothered ruins of Ta Prohm, one of the most evocative of all Angkor’s ancient monuments. It is half-consumed by the encroaching forest. This was a filming location for the movie Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.
    Take an interesting boat trip on Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake, Tonlé Sap Lake, to observe life on the lake.  Visit the fascinating lakeside floating villages of Kampong Phluk with floating houses and stilted houses
    If time permits, we visit the Artisans d’Angkor which supports Cambodian arts and crafts, and Siem Reap Market. Discover how wood and stone carvings, lacquering, gilding, and silk paintings are made.
    • Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast

    Every element is richly embellished with floral motifs and ancient Indian Ramayana scenes.

    Shrines and pavilions engulfed by giant strangler figs and massive tree roots.

    Complete with grocery stores, schools, barber shops and temples like villages on land.


    Siem Reap | End of Tour

    After breakfast, the tour comes to an end. Transfer to Siem Reap International Airport (REP) for your flight home.
    • Breakfast the most important meal of the day. We select fabulous hotels with both local authentic and western breakfast so you are well prepared to enjoy your travel tours.Breakfast
    Dates & Prices


    We carefully handpick our hotels to ensure they provide you with the best comfort and experience. For Private Tours, you may request a specific hotel as one of the customizable options.
    DestinationComfort ClassPremium Class Luxury Class 
    Siem ReapSokha Roth Hotel
    Hotels mentioned are subject to availability at the time of reservation.

    Accommodation Classification

    • COMFORT ⭐⭐⭐- 3-Star Hotels or Equivalent Accommodations
    • PREMIUM ⭐⭐⭐⭐- 4-Star Hotels or Equivalent Accommodations
    • LUXURY ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐- 5-Star Hotels or Equivalent Accommodations
    Tour Plan
    Dates & Prices

    Dates & Pricing

    YearTour DatesComfort PremiumLuxury
    2019Jan – AprCallCallCall
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    2020Jan – AprCallCallCall
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    2020Oct – DecCallCallCall

    Price Details

    • ‣ Daily departures.
    • ‣ Prices are in USD and are inclusive of all applicable taxes but do not include airfare.
    • ‣ Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply during applicable major holidays. Special rates for single travelers or larger groups are available on request - please inquire.
    • ‣ Note that tour prices vary according to season. If your tour straddles two seasons then each portion will be priced according to that season.


    • ‣ A deposit of $300 per person is required upon booking and full payment to be made 60 days prior to departure date.
    • ‣ Monthly installment plan is available - please inquire.

    Flight Add-On

    • We work with all major airlines for the best routes and competitive pricing.
    • ‣ The nearest airport is REP (Siem Reap International).
    • ‣ Contact us for more details and pricing.


    • ‣ Airport Transfers, Meet and Greet
    • ‣ Hotel Accommodations
    • ‣ Daily Breakfast and Selected Meals (See tour plan for details)
    • ‣ English-speaking Local Guide
    • ‣ Entrance Fees to Monuments & Attractions per Itinerary


    • ‣ Air Fare
    • ‣ Travel Insurance
    • ‣ Medical Expenses
    • Visa Fee
    • ‣ Gratuity
    • ‣ Personal Expenses

    Tour Plan