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Discover Cambodia

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In Cambodia, ancient and modern worlds collide to create an authentic adventure. Explore the temples of Angkor and be amazed by one of the world’s greatest architectural showpieces! Be inspired with a comprehensive look into the ancient Khmer culture and how the people here are determined to preserve its history and traditions while welcoming the rebuild for a more modern infused civilization.

An off the beaten track journey to what was once the most powerful empire in Southeast Asia and modern Cambodia.

UNESCO World Heritage Site: Angkor

6 Days, 5 Nights: Siem Reap  ✦  Customizable Private Tour

WHY YOU’LL LOVE THIS TOUR

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

An Empire of Temples

The Khmer Empire was the largest empire of Southeast Asia and flourished between the 9th and 15th century. The remains of this empire can be seen at the fabled temples of Angkor, unrivaled in scale and grandeur. The ultimate expression of Khmer genius is found in a 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.

Apsara: The Cambodian Dance

No visit to Cambodia is complete without watching a traditional performance of this unique and beautiful dance. This dance is an essential part of the Khmer culture. Every single movement of the fingers has a particular meaning and in 2003, the UNESCO recognized the dance as a masterpiece of oral and intangible heritage of humanity.

APSARA DANCE PERFORMERS
This art form was taught only at the royal court with each gesture having its own symbolism.
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).

Khmer Fish Amok Curry 

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! Everyone that we talked to had a family recipe for their own version of this dish. It’s usually steamed and served on a banana leaf with a little coconut cream on top. Yum!


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    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.
    In the afternoon, visit the shrine of two Angkorian princesses (Preah Ang Chek Preah Angkor Chom) and a local pagoda.

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

    SHRINE OF THE TWO PRINCESSES
    Dedicated to Kantha Bopha, one of former King Father Sihanouk’s daughters.

    2

    Siem Reap | The Temples of Angkor

    Today, 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. In the "Great City" of Angkor Thom, visits include the famous Bayon Temple, Phimeanakas Temple within the Royal Palace enclosure, Baphuon Temple, the Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King.
    In the afternoon visit Angkor Wat temple which is considered the heart of Cambodia. This sprawling complex is crowned with soaring towers and embellished with intricate sculptures and cravings.
    • 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

    TERRACE OF THE LEPER KING
    These statues got their name being reminiscent of a person with leprosy. 

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

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

    3

    Siem Reap | Morning Alms, Cooking Class, Apsara Dance Performance

    Monks in saffron robes venture out every morning to receive alms (food offerings) in the city. You can observe the procession before breakfast.
    Learn to cook Khmer style with a local chef. Get to know the traditional ingredients and steps to prepare Cambodia’s signature dishes. Finish off the class by enjoying your freshly prepared meal. Then end the evening and enjoy an Apsara dance performance. The elegant performers, dressed in glittering silk and sequins, evoke the legendary apsara (female spirit of the clouds and waters) of Hindu mythology.
    • 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
     

    APSARA DANCE PERFORMERS
    Taught only at the royal court with each gesture having its own symbolism.

    KHMER COOKING LESSON
    Get to know the ingredients and steps to prepare Cambodia’s signature dishes.

    MORNING ALMS OFFERING
    Where monks accept food offerings from the laymen daily.

    4

    Siem Reap | Ta Prohm & Royal Monasteries

    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 and a movie filming location for Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.
    Explore the Royal City of Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Som, East Mebon, Preah Rup. Thommanon temple, Ta Keo, Banteay Kdei (Citadel of the Cells), Srah Srang (Royal bathing place), Prasat Kravan(unique brick sculptures). Visit Les Chantiers Ecole, a handicraft center, to learn about the art of silk weaving, and stone and wood carving. 
    • 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

    RUINS OF TA PROHM
    Shrines and pavilions engulfed by giant strangler figs and massive tree roots.

    CAMBODIA SILK WEAVING
    Silk weaving was practiced as early as the first century.

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    Siem Reap | Banteay Srei Temple, Kbal Spean Archaeological Site

    A short drive to Banteay Srei, a 10th-century Cambodian rose-pink sandstone temple. It is the most elaborately decorated of all Angkor’s monuments. Continue to the magical area of the jungle, Kbal Spean (Bridge Head). It was a hillside retreat for the Khmer in 11th century where they carved sacred linga and Hindu gods in the river rocks. Continue to a local village, Baray Oriental sites and a monastery.
    • 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

    VALLEY OF THOUSAND LINGAS
    Khmers carved sacred linga and Hindu gods into the river bedrock to bless the water flowing toward Angkor.

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

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    Siem Reap | Floating Village Tonle Sap Lake Boat Ride, End of Tour

    After breakfast, we take a boat ride to visit the fascinating lakeside floating villages with floating houses and stilted houses on Tonle Sap Lake. This is the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia.  The tour ends after the boat ride.
    Please inform us of your international flight details in order to schedule your airport transfer to Siem Reap International Airport (REP).
    • 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

    STILTED HOUSES ON TONLE SAP LAKE
    There are 173 floating villages of stilted and floating houses.

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

     
    Overview
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    Hotel Information

    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
      
    Overview
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    Dates & Pricing

    PRIVATE TOURS
    YearTour DatesComfort PremiumLuxury
    2019Jan – Apr$1,165$1,295$1,380
    2019May – Sep$1,095$1,165$1,285
    2019Oct – Dec$1,165$1,295$1,380
    2020Jan – Apr$1,280$1,425$1,520
    2020May – Sep$1,205$1,280$1,415
    2020Oct – Dec$1,280$1,425$1,520
     
     

    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.

    Deposit

    • A deposit of $500 per person is required upon booking. Full payment to be made 70 days prior to departure date.


    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.

    Inclusions

    • ‣ 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

    Exclusions

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

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